A single, subtle editorial decision (which has no right or wrong answer), led to two drastically different charts showing the same database.
As the news industry streamlines out of necessity, we will survive by creatively using convergence tools to simplify our acts of journalism.
Lately, I’ve been expressing many opinions about best practices for online media. It was high time that my website and resume reflect my latest ideas.
“As long as I keep getting complaints from both sides, I know I’m as close to neutral as humanly possible.”
In an attempt to explain Colorado’s four statewide voter issues, I spent the morning creating these simple videos.
This gallery contains 18 photos.
I brought my DSLR on my recent vacation to Europe and thought these were some of my most interesting stills.
I found many of ONA’s speakers were motivational, even though many did not directly apply to work in local newsrooms.
For the second consecutive year, I’m headed to the Online News Association’s conference for three days of reflection on the industry and lessons for the future.
For all its optimistic prose and preaching about moralistic cooperation, Star Trek’s captains didn’t always set a good example for future managers.
Today I test drove a new video app my company aims to use to increase production of news videos for our digital platforms.
Simply put, it is easier for people to be assholes online. A troll whisperer wins people over by reminding them they are still dealing with real people on the web.