HOW I ENDED UP LEAVING POYNTER … That email pressured me to disclose something I intended to keep to myself for a few more months. — My response to Julie: … She came back with this: … The changes she refers to were launched on April 18, the first day of my earlier vacation.
Discussion: LA Observed, @pkafka, TechCrunch, @kvox, @jonhenke, @palafo, @moorehn, @jpodhoretz, @johnemcintyre, @markdubya, @mathewi, @mattderienzo, Gannett Blog, Future of Journalism, Media Nation and ShortFormBlog
Kevin Roderick / LA Observed: Romenesko launches his new media (and other things) blog
Peter Kafka / @pkafka: Even if, for love-your-mother-check-it-out sake's skepticism, you wonder if @romenesko isn't telling full story, poynter comes off terribly
John Biggs / TechCrunch: The Tick-Tock: When Big Names Leave, Who Wins?
Karen Wickre / @kvox: Reading @romenesko's excellent tick-tock ‘How I ended up leaving Poynter’ http://t.co/M6fxnAfW - No respect for Poynter. H/t @Ed.
Jon Henke / @jonhenke: In the Romenesko/Poynter divorce, Jim Romenesko just won http://t.co/tz6xqA4a
Heidi N. Moore / @palafo: I think Poynter's going to fire me and try to ruin my rep so none of their advertisers will go w/ me on the new site." http://t.co/chhY2urS
Heidi N. Moore / @moorehn: I think Poynters going to fire me and try to ruin my rep so none of their advertisers will go w/ me on the new site. http://t.co/chhY2urS
John Podhoretz / @jpodhoretz: Oh, Julie Moos of Poynter. You are not going to enjoy what happens to your reputation after this. http://t.co/t23p1ISR
John McIntyre / @johnemcintyre: Jim Romenesko describes his break with Poynter: http://t.co/EzvjxLR5
Mark W. Smith / @markdubya: Jim @Romenesko returns, with a blog post about Aggre-gate http://t.co/RXNqZPKv #seewhatididthere
Mathew Ingram / @mathewi: finally, we get Jim Romenesko's version of how he was forced out by Poynter — sad end to a great career there: http://t.co/xquwZ4gC
Matt DeRienzo / @mattderienzo: .@romenesko's new site launches with: “How I ended up leaving Poynter” http://t.co/x6eN8Ny5
Steffen Konrath / Future of Journalism: Jim Romenesko: how I ended up leaving Poynter
Dan Kennedy / Media Nation: Romenesko and the perils of aggregation (III)
Jay Rosen / Pressthink:
Occupy PressThink: Tim Pool — “Being a livestream he acts as ‘eyes and ears’ for the viewers. Literally. People will tell him to move the camera somewhere and he'll do it. They'll ask for interviews with someone, and Tim will go over and do so... The viewers will ask him questions …
Discussion: Quote and Comment and The latest episodes …
Kenneth P. Vogel / The Politico:
James O'Keefe's plans derailed by infighting, lack of funding — After pulling off the brazen hidden camera sting credited with bringing down the liberal organizing group ACORN, James O'Keefe dreamt up an even bolder plan: to build a permanent undercover video operation that would expose institutions of the American left.
Steve Myers / Poynter: Someone is bound to do a video sting of James O'Keefe
Mathew Ingram / GigaOM:
What happens when journalism is everywhere?
What happens when journalism is everywhere?
Discussion: VentureBeat, Forbes, Future of Journalism, Business Week, ReadWriteWeb, The New Yorker Blog, City Room, CJR and The Awl, Thanks:mathewi
E.D. Kain / Forbes: Police Response to Occupy Wall Street is Absurd
Steffen Konrath / Future of Journalism: OccupyWallStreet - What happens when journalism is everywhere? News out of control
Mathew Ingram / Business Week: What Happens When Journalism Is Everywhere?
Jon Mitchell / ReadWriteWeb: How Storifying Occupy Wall Street Saved The News
Wendell Steavenson / The New Yorker Blog: Tahrir Square: Men with Beards
Jillian Dunham / City Room: OccupyWallSt Roundup, Day 63 — With Occupy Wall Street taking …
Erika Fry / CJR: New York Tries to Defend Journalist Arrests
Choire Sicha / The Awl: The Banks and New York City and the Media
John P. Mello Jr. / PC World:
Publisher Drops Copyright Claim, Favors Fair Use — Fair use online is recognized when a newspaper plaintiff drops its appeal in a case pushed by third-party copyright enforcer. — If you've ever copied an excerpt from an online publication and pasted it in a public place on the Internet …
Discussion: VEGAS INC, Electronic Frontier Foundation, Future of Journalism and Techdirt
Steffen Konrath / Future of Journalism: Stephen Media drops copyright claim, in favor of “Fair Use”
Dan Hirschhorn / AdAge:
Pandora Opens Box of Targeted Political Advertising — Targeting Congressional Districts With Audio Ad Breaks and Display Ads — The latest catchy “Foster the People” tune may soon have a different introduction on Pandora: vote for this guy. — The streaming music service announced Friday …
Discussion: Future of Journalism, Wall Street Journal, Press and rbr.com, more at Techmeme »
Steffen Konrath / Future of Journalism: 2012 presidential election (US) - Pandora opens box of targeted political advertising
Suzanne Vranica / Wall Street Journal: Pandora Tells Candidates It Can Help Locate Voters
Jeff Sonderman / Poynter:
In the year of the e-book, 5 lessons from — and for — news organizations — Mark 2011 as the year news organizations discovered e-books. — Sure, Time Magazine tried one back in 2010, but this year at least 10 other newspapers, magazines or news websites have published at least 17 electronic …
Dan Kennedy / Media Nation:
A rant for the ages against the corporate media — Following the most recent round of layoffs at GateHouse Media, one newly unemployed journalist decided he'd had enough. James Craven, who worked for GateHouse's Norwich Bulletin in Connecticut, wrote a blog post headlined “Goodbye Norwich” …
Discussion: Gannett Blog
Occupy vs Tea Party: what their Twitter networks reveal — According to some political commentators, Occupy Wall Street is the left's answer to the Tea Party - driven by a similar anger towards elites. But the social networks of people tweeting about the two movements suggest that they have rather different dynamics.
Discussion: Future of Journalism
Duncan Geere / Wired.com:
200+ Labels Withdraw Their Music From Spotify: Are Its Fortunes Unravelling? — Following a study that claims that streaming music is damaging to record sales, a distributor representing more than 200 labels has withdrawn its entire catalogue from Spotify, Napster, Simfy and Rdio.
Discussion: VentureBeat, Business Insider, Gizmodo, Future of Journalism, Washington Post, Between the Lines Blog and The Verge
Meghan Kelly / VentureBeat: Spotify gets canned by over 200 labels, citing detriment to music industry
Mario Aguilar / Gizmodo: Why More Than 200 Indie Record Labels Just Bailed on Spotify for Cannibalizing Their Money
Steffen Konrath / Future of Journalism: STHoldings labels to leave Spotify, Napster, Simfy, Rdio - they're “detrimental to music purchasing”
Hayley Tsukayama / Washington Post: Spotify, other streaming services lose more than 200 labels
Rachel King / Between the Lines Blog: Digital music streaming hits major snag as over 200 labels sign off
Peter Kafka / AllThingsD:
Wenner Media Digital Boss Michael Bloom Leaves After Six Months — Wenner Media's chief digital officer is out after six months. — Michael Bloom joined the publisher, which owns Rolling Stone, Us Weekly, and Men's Journal, in May. On Friday afternoon, he sent out a memo announcing his departure.
Drew Olanoff / The Next Web:
Netflix to resurrect Arrested Development in 2013 as part of content play — In a serious content play, Netflix has announced that it is bringing the wildly popular show Arrested Development back exclusively on its platform. — The exclusivity is the key here, as it shows that Netflix …
Discussion: NETFLIX STREAMING, GigaOM, AllThingsD, VentureBeat, TechCrunch, The Verge and Deadline.com
Ryan Lawler / GigaOM: Netflix bringing back Arrested Development
Meghan Kelly / VentureBeat: New Arrested Development episodes headed to Netflix!
Devin Coldewey / TechCrunch: Netflix Makes Up For All Its Past Mistakes By Resurrecting Arrested Development
Dieter Bohn / The Verge: Netflix backs new season of ‘Arrested Development’ in exclusive, streaming-only deal
Nellie Andreeva / Deadline.com: Netflix Picks Up New Episodes Of ‘Arrested Development’