Category Archives: television

Pew Study Says Internet Overtakes Newspapers For News

“The internet is now the third most-popular news platform, behind local and national television news and ahead of national print newspapers, local print newspapers and radio. Getting news online fits into a broad pattern of news consumption by Americans; six … Continue reading

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Journalistopia on Local6′s Flashpoint

A quick aside for a self-plug… Yours truly appeared as a guest last Sunday on Flashpoint, a local-affairs discussion show on Local6 (CBS affiliate) to discuss how social media is influencing the 2008 election. We talked about the candidates’ outreach … Continue reading

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Political ads, powerfully archived

The Washington Post has a neat feature called Mixed Messages in which they have archived televised campaign ads and archived them according to various criteria, such as state, party, characters, topics, narrator gender and so on. I can just imagine … Continue reading

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TV station citizen journalism

Check out this TV Technology.com story about how TV stations are getting into all the citizen journalism rage. (via Online Journalism Blog) Being that there are only so many folks out there with cameras, it seems as if though media … Continue reading

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