Journalism.co.uk is trialling a new service via the Editors’ Blog: a daily round-up of all the content published on the Journalism.co.uk site.
We hope you’ll find it useful as a quick digest of what’s gone on during the day (similar to our e-newsletter) and to check that you haven’t missed a posting.
We’ll be testing it out for a couple of weeks, so you can subscribe to the feed for the Journalism Daily here.
Let us know what you think – all feedback much appreciated.
News and features
- Chicago Tribune: Bringing news innovators on board; drawing the audience in. Journalism.co.uk talks to the team behind the Tribune’s new blog network and News Applications Team
- Customer demand for fake but funny news billboards at Horsham’s Candy Box, says owner.”I enjoy making people laugh and that’s why I do it,” John O’Sullivan tells Journalism.co.uk
- The Chronicle: University of Alaska journalism students to embed with US troops in Iraq
- The New York Observer: Daylife, an aggregator newspapers like
- Out-Law.com: ECJ rules that 11-word clippings can infringe copyright
- Photographers sue Met Police for treatment at Greek embassy protests
- New Statesman’s senior editor (politics) responds to accusations about his religious beliefs
- Comedy of errors? Richard Herring’s complaint with Guardian article
- #datajourn: Simon Willison’s ‘hack day’ tools for non-developers
- RSF: Yemen’s ‘harassment and denigration’ of Al Jazeera
Tip of the Day
On the Editors’ Blog
- @more4news challenges government on Twitter
- VentnorBlog shows us high-quality hyperlocal reporting with the Vestas story
- The Candy Box fake news billboards: the pics and video
- Former Shiny Media site Pies back in action
- Opposition to BBC’s newspaper video-sharing plans grow (the links)
- Wandsworth Guardian reporter overturns gagging order in court