What Are the Four Types of NYT Headlines? Is Twitter an Overrated Tool for Journalists? Does Flattr + Twitter = Money?


For today’s mix of journalism and media news, we have a humorous insight on the New York Time’s headline strategies, a theory of how micropayment site Flattr could succeed at getting bloggers money, and a report on the Audit Bureau of…

BlackBerry or iPhone, Which is Better for Journalists? UK Reporters’ Tweets To Be Regulated, Social Media as ‘First Draft’ of History


For today’s serving of media and journalism stories, we have some insight into new tools of the trade for journalists and website copywriting services. We also have an interesting piece on the way social media shapes the way history is…

Can Online Ever Generate More Revenue Than Print? Does Twitter Need an Editor? Where Does Your News Come From?


For today’s media and journalism roundup, we have some new hires at Patch and Thomson Reuters. We also have some media analysis that examines how print and online revenue have evolved, and a study by MSNBC.com that investigates where our…

Can You Tweet While on Vacation? Radio Reporting Via iPhone? Top Newspapers on Twitter


Can you report entirely from an iPhone? Are newspapers and copywriting services missing the boat when they don’t engage their readers via blog posts? How do you tweet while on vacation? For today’s media roundup, we found some stories that…

From Idea to Real Business


We have discussed becoming a publisher (sales) and reaching the intended public (marketing) for your new venture as an entrepreneurial journalist, and now it’s time to get down to the fun part: making your idea a real business entity.