The Associated Press announces agreements to expand access in North Korea — The Associated Press today announced agreements with the Korea Central News Agency, including one to open an AP news bureau in Pyongyang. — Leaders of the two news organizations held discussions during …
Discussion: On Media's Blog, The Huffington Post, The Wire, The Atlantic Wire and Future Journalism Project
Burgess Everett / On Media's Blog: AP to open bureau in North Korea
Michael Calderone / The Huffington Post: Associated Press Opening Bureau In North Korea
Jen Ortiz / The Wire: AP To Open News Bureau In North Korea
su2011: New online open newsroom a hit for Swedish newspaper — A pioneering Swedish newspaper that involves its readers in the daily editorial decision-making process says the new approach has been a massive hit with users and advertisers. — Norran, a large regional daily in the north of Sweden …
Discussion: Future of Journalism
Matthew Creamer / AdAge:
Twitter's Real Lesson for Newsrooms — The Chapter Missing From Twitter's New Newsrooms Guide … #Enrage — We know that a core part of your day is spent wallowing in a deep depression, brought on by the collapse of your profession's business model and the realization that you'll soon …
Kat Stoeffel / The New York Observer:
Awl Publisher David Cho Heeds the Call of Grantland [Updated] — David Cho is stepping down from his position as publisher of The Awl. He is relocating to Los Angeles on Sunday to work for Bill Simmons at Grantland, he told friends in a mass e-mail. — Mr. Cho did not specify whether the position is business side or editorial.
Discussion: paidContent and FishbowlNY
Amanda Natividad / paidContent: Industry Moves: Grantland; Bleacher Report; Payfone; Kenshoo; Kantar; Feed
Chris O'Shea / FishbowlNY: David Cho Leaves The Awl for Grantland
Social Media Brings New Engagement to TV — Live-tweeting supports live viewing — Social media is bringing dramatic changes to nearly every aspect of the TV business. Viewers are using Facebook and Twitter to comment about shows before, during and after they air.
Discussion: GigaOM, MediaPost and AllTwitter
Janko Roettgers / GigaOM: Could Twitter have saved Arrested Development?
Phyllis Fine / MediaPost: Could Social Media Have Saved ‘Arrested Development’?
Amanda Chang / Inside Search:
Highlighting content creators in search results — Many of you create great content on the web, and we work hard to make that content discoverable on Google. Today, we will start highlighting the people creating this content in Google.com search results. — Why?
Megan Garber / Nieman Journalism Lab: Ben Parr, romantic swing dancer: Google now highlights individual authors in its search returns
Steffen Konrath / Future of Journalism: Value of authorship - Google highlights content creators in search results
Aaron Wall / SEO Book.com: Social Spam Required by Bing & Google
Lance Whitney / CNET News: Google feature now links authors to their content
Florence Pichon / Editors Weblog: Google+: the new social media platform trying to take on Facebook?
Tim Stevens / Engadget: Google starts highlighting content creators, will never forget that music blog you had in college
Frederic Lardinois / SiliconFilter: Google's Search Results Now Highlight Content Creators
Jim Romenesko / Poynter:
Fark creator: 'MSM is still in the driver's seat' — Romenesko Misc. — I recently noticed from Facebook status updates and Foursquare check-ins that Fark creator Drew Curtis was spending some time at UC Berkeley. I asked him about his recent travels away from Fark's headquarters (Curtis' home) in Lexington, Kentucky.
Justin Ellis / Nieman Journalism Lab:
Orlando's WESH-TV finds success with top-selling Casey Anthony app — News can make for some odd, and at time competing instincts in journalists: The responsibility and the opportunity. — Look at a story like the trial of Casey Anthony, the Florida mother who is accused of killing her 2-year-old daughter Caylee in 2008.
Discussion: Lost Remote and Forbes.com
Cory Bergman / Lost Remote: Local TV iPhone app tops the iTunes charts
Kiri Blakeley / Forbes.com: Why I Won't Follow The Casey Anthony Trial
Gabriel Sherman / New York Magazine:
Jill Abramson's First Task: Stop the Times Defections — When Jill Abramson replaces Bill Keller at the end of the summer, she will not only be the first female executive editor to run the Grey Lady, but the first Times editor who will have to really sweat keeping the paper's talented journalists from jumping ship.
Discussion: Yahoo! News, The Wire, FishbowlNY, The New York Observer and On Media's Blog
Joe Pompeo / Yahoo! News: Reuters poaches star Times reporter David Rohde
Glynnis MacNicol / The Wire: Jill Abramson's Top Priority: To Stop Everyone From Fleeing The NYT
Kat Stoeffel / The New York Observer: Morning Links: Whack-A-Mole HR and Telepathic Reporting at the Times
Keach Hagey / On Media's Blog: Abramson's retention challenge
Rem Rieder / American Journalism Review:
Gate of Hell — Can't the news media stop tacking “gate” on every scandal― and “scandal”― that comes down the pike? Wed. June 29, 2011 — Rem Rieder (firstname.lastname@example.org) is AJR's editor and senior vice president. — It's time to show “-gate” to the gate. — Ever since a certain
Jim Romenesko / Poynter: Enough already with every scandal being a ‘gate’!
Peter Cohen / The Loop: Enough with the *gates already
The Atlantic Wire:
Chuck Todd: What I Read — How do other people deal with the torrent of information that pours down on us all? What sources can't they live without? We regularly reach out to prominent figures in media, entertainment, politics, the arts and the literary world, to hear their answers to these questions.
Betsy Rothstein / FishbowlDC: When ‘Nature Calls’ for Chuck Todd
Keith J. Kelly / New York Post:
Daily News firings fuel white knight rumors — While the Daily News com pleted its move to new and nicer facilities downtown in recent weeks, that hasn't stopped some familiar themes from emerging: longtime executives are still getting whacked and the ever-present rumor mill is churning …
Emma Bazilian / Adweek: Firings, Takeover Rumors at the ‘New York Daily News’
David Kaplan / paidContent:
Caroline Little To Succeed John Sturm As Head Of Newspaper Association — Caroline Little, who stepped down as the head of paidContent parent ContentNext last March, will succeed John Sturm as president and CEO of the Newspaper Association of America. Sturm announced last week that he would be stepping down in September.
Phyllis Fine / MediaPost: Caroline Little To Become Head Of Newspaper Association
David Goetzl / MediaPost:
Falco To CEO, Univision — Randy Falco, the former NBC Universal executive who joined Univision earlier this year, has been elevated to president-CEO at a time of expansion for the Spanish-language programmer. — The genial Falco, who joined as COO in January, replaces Joe Uva, who left in April.
Discussion: Media & Entertainment
su2011: Forget hyperlocal, the future's ‘hyperpersonal’ — A new era of online publishing where readers are served ‘hyperpersonal’ news directly linked to their interests is taking shape, according to a consultant for world publishing body WAN-IFRA. — Stephan Minard told …
Chris Schreiber / Mashable!:
5 Ways the Advertising Industry Is Preparing for a Digital Future — Chris Schreiber is director of marketing at social video advertising company Sharethrough. A leading expert on social content strategy, Chris recently presented a two-hour workshop on viral video at the Cannes Lions festival …
Discussion: Future of Journalism and AdPulp
Steffen Konrath / Future of Journalism: Cannes - advertising industry: we're ready for a digital future
David Burn / AdPulp: Is Your Content Strategy Liquid And Linked?