The Onlinejournalism.com blog publishes comment and analysis on developments in online journalism and online news, data journalism, citizen journalism, blogging and all things internet. It tends to go through phases based on the current interests and activities of the contributors.The blog is published by Paul Bradshaw (UK) and written by Paul, Matt Wardman (UK), Malcolm … Continue reading Review of a blog : onlinejournalism.com
Finding the Frame is a website dedicated to giving feedback to multimedia producers and video journalists. At the start of the multimedia project, Brian Immel, a former multimedia producer at The Spokesman-Review, decided to build a website for the purpose of connecting journalists in need feedback on their multimedia, to professionals willing to share some … Continue reading Review of FindingtheFrame.com
Who would not want to spend one hour with Marylin Manson or eight minutes with the delicious Beyonce Knowles? Music journalism sounds the ideal association of two passions, but passion might be the only thing left after a decade of dramatic changes in the music industry. Meeting Ben Gilbert, a music journalist working for Yahoo! … Continue reading Music Journalism: the only thing left is passion.
Even if I am not a big fan of the editorial line of the Telegraph, their website is a good example of a simple, efficient and user-friendly news website. The scanability and the site’s structure make it easy to find quickly the piece of information you are looking for. The way the content is organised … Continue reading Best Design of a News website: and the winner is ….. The telegraph or the triumph of simplicity