Contributors



What’s up at Patch?
Sep 21, 2012

What’s up at Patch?

While Patch is no stranger to change, the recent flurry of activity from the hyperlocal news network and its more […]

Changing of hands: newspaper ownership trends
Aug 24, 2012

Changing of hands: newspaper ownership trends

Ever since Warren Buffett’s surprising purchase of the Omaha World-Herald at the end of last year, newspaper ownership trends have […]

Newspaper, newspaper quite contrary…
Mar 23, 2012

Newspaper, newspaper quite contrary…

It seems like every week another newspaper is cutting back in more ways than one. Whether it’s eliminating content, closing […]

Journalism collaboration merges journalists with students
Feb 15, 2012

Journalism collaboration merges journalists with students

The students won’t be the only ones going back to school this fall at Mercer University in Macon, Ga. Journalists […]

Veteran journalists can kick it with social media too
Jan 13, 2012

Veteran journalists can kick it with social media too

This year’s new crop of young journalists might have been brought up on the intricacies of Twitter and Facebook, but […]

Q&A: Newsroom cafés go north
Oct 19, 2011

Q&A: Newsroom cafés go north

The “news café” has officially become an international trend. Just as the Register Citizen in Torrington, Conn., made waves in […]

Inside a one-man newsroom
Sep 16, 2011

Inside a one-man newsroom

        Armed with nothing more than a vague story idea or brief news tip, reporters and editors […]

Picking favorites: unique media outlets worth pitching
Aug 10, 2011

Picking favorites: unique media outlets worth pitching

With more than 82,200 outlets to choose from in the Vocus Media Database, it’s only natural to have favorites. But […]

Newsroom café update
Jul 01, 2011

Newsroom café update

When the Register Citizen in Torrington, Conn., opened its newsroom café more than six months ago, the paper found a […]

Arizona State University’s Cronkite News Service to open bureau in D.C.
May 11, 2011

Arizona State University’s Cronkite News Service to open bureau in D.C.

Beginning May 31, five new faces will join the ranks of Washington, D.C. reporters who fill the halls of the […]

Pay Per View
Nov 10, 2010

Pay Per View

November 10: Many traditional terms that were once the norm in newsrooms have now been replaced with phrases like “unique […]