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The New York Times’ Pay Wall

The New York Times announced Wednesday that within one year it will start charging for access to its site, Print subscribers will retain free access, but other readers will need to pay a flat fee for unlimited access. The paper will use the metered model of pay wall wherein site visitors can read a […]

Kim Kardashian’s Twitter Trouble

Kim Kardashian, famous for being famous and for starring on the unscripted TV show Keeping Up with the Kardashians, is at the center of a lawsuit that could become legal precedent. She is not the first target of a defamation suit involving Twitter — that honor goes to musician Courtney Love — but it’s the […]

Journalism After Print

Paul Krill, editor at large of the information technology blog InfoWorld, has posted a pretty good summary of a panel session that took place this past Friday. The session, entitled “Journalism after Print,” was presented by the Churchill Club, a Silicon Valley business and technology association in Palo Alto, California. Panelists included Rebecca Buckman, a […]

Social Media Coverage of the Haiti Earthquake

Since I lived in New Orleans at the time Hurricane Katrina hit, I can easily tell you the ways that social media have advanced in the past 4.5 years, and how those developments greatly impact news coverage of a disaster. The surge of popularity in Facebook and Twitter alone is huge. These two sites are […]

ESPN & Twitter: The Good and the Bad

Twitter has grown tremendously since its creation in 2006. This year, it will be interesting to watch its growth as more media outlets figure out how to harness its potential to their advantage. ESPN reporter Adam Schefter (@Adam_Schefter) has amassed over 82,000 Twitter followers since he first started using the microblogging site. His incorporation of […]

Arkansas Department of Corrections giving restrictions

Gregory Holt, an inmate at the Arkansas Department of Corrections, wants to grow his beard as a practicing Salafi Muslim. But Arkansas Corrections restricts beard length to a quarter of an inch. In protest, Holt filed a petition, arguing that the policy is a violation of his religious liberties under the federal Religious Land Use […]

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