With fewer journalists and a punishing real-time news cycle, news is increasingly composed of information that is easy, fast and inexpensive to get -- like coverage of crime and trials, opinion, celebrity, and syndicated stories.
I can assure you that BuzzFeed isn't destroying the Internet. They're re-creating world-class journalism, but just targeting a younger audience.
A blocky, pixelated video game with no advertising at first, Minecraft has now dominated the video game-playing populace.
In yet another dramatic revelation flowing out of whistleblower Edward Snowden, a journalism textbook from 1983 has been sent to several large media outlets, including the Washington Post, New York Times and the trailer park where Fox News is thought to originate.
If a journalist is debating a reader about a fact, let's hear from other journalists. If that's not in the public interest, what is? Not just on Twitter, but also in comment boards.
Social media communication tools and practices are beginning to mature, so it makes sense to discuss and debate values that underlie behavior.
The "new" (to me) Newseum offers an amazing array of displays and information in its airy galleries packed with information on America's history, geography, politics, international relations, and media-related technological advances.
Miccolis shares that Ephraim is the inspiration behind her award-winning, Philadelphia-based social venture, that's bridging to the gap between foster care and interdependence, while providing great coffee in a supportive community-driven environment.
The "what ifs" surrounding President John F. Kennedy's death have fascinated historians and history buffs like me for half a century. Yet they almost always presume reelection.
He didn't know what the word entrepreneur was, but that didn't stop him from starting his own puppet show business in sixth grade and grossing a .50 cent profit, which he divided amongst his friends to buy chocolates.
Dear List Articles, you are killing us. You know who you are --the type of article shared on Facebook at an every-other-status-update clip: "22 Things Right Behind You That Could Kill You Right Now."
Journalists are constantly told "don't be biased," "remain objective," and "no opinions." What about reporting on human rights issues? Do the same standards of objectivism apply here?
While most people are familiar with the political tension between Iran and the United States, the world knows very little about the daily lives of Iranian children and adults.
Have you ever read something in a newspaper or magazine about something which you happened to have firsthand knowledge of and realized that what was r...
if you want to embrace optimism as your strategy for health, happiness and success -- and you should because there's not a more efficient one -- I suggest you turn away your newspapers and turn off your television.
One might have thought that a traditional print newspaper like the Financial Times would be getting a little less arrogant as it slides toward economic extinction, but if anything, the opposite is the case, as I have experienced in the last few weeks.