Blogs by Journalism
Jay Rosen, an associate professor and former
chairperson of New York University's Department of Journalism,
has been posting to his blog, PressThink, since 2003.
This blog is by Mindy McAdams, the Knight chair in journalism
technologies and the democratic process at the University
of Florida, in Gainsville, and well-known online as a leading
new media educator. It is a fabulous resource for anyone teaching
online journalism, and is updated with almost daily.
This blog is written by Paul Bradshaw, a Senior Lecturer
in Online Journalism and Magazines at University of Central
England in Birmingham (UK), who teaches courses in the Web
and New Media.
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Mark Hamilton is a former journalist and currently a journalism
instructor in Vancouver, B.C.
This blog is by Alfred Hermida, who teaches multiplatform
journalism at the University of British Columbia. Hermida
worked with the BBC for 16 years in TV, radio and online journalism
and was a founding member of BBCnews.com before joining the
UBC faculty in 2006.
Another blog about online journalism, digital media and
newspaper video -- this one by Andy Dickinson, who teaches
Digital and Online Journalism at the University of Central
A blog by Rebecca McKinnon, a former CNN reporter now an
Assistant Professor at the University of Hong Kong's Journalism
and Media Studies Centre.
Jeff Jarvis blogs about media and news. He is associate
professor and director of the interactive journalism program
at New York's City University.
A blog from News University with lots of tips and links
to online training courses.