Brief writings, comments, updates and vignettes.
A great irony of media reform is that people decry profit-driven corporations for subverting the Fourth Estate, but also don’t trust the journalists themselves to cover their issues in a meaningful way. This issue of trust remains a serious hurdle, but change is in the wind. Bloggers have effectively established a new accountability dynamic between […]Read More
[Guest commentary, GradeTheNews.org, April 16, 2007] “The Critical Press / Inflamatory coverage of mishap at a bicycle protest boosts paper’s readership” By Josh Wilson SFGate.com, the Web site of the San Francisco Chronicle, last week provided a fascinating look at how both initial newspaper coverage and Web 2.0 technologies can help shape perception of a […]Read More