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Craig Newmark on Journalism, Media and Craigslist

The MGP has edited and added a new video to our archives. Here, Craig Newmark, founder of Craigslist.org, talks about journalism, the economics of media, and Craigslist in August of 2005. Visit Newmark's giraffe profile for a link to a longer video, and also recent links that talk about Newmark's view of his role in the media, and the 2008 Ebay lawsuit.Newmark is interviewed by the Media Giraffe Project's Bill Densmore.

Craig Newmark on Journalism, Media and Craigslist -18 min.

Craigslist.org founder, Craig Newmark. Newmark discusses media ownership, journalism, and his project, Craigslist, with Media Giraffe Project director, Bill Densmore.

 

The demand dilemma and news literacy in schools

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Does the publisher matter?

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Leonard Witt: Representative Journalism

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Wayne Sutton: Multimedia Citizen Connect

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Wayne Sutton says he's not a journalist by training. But as community-content manager for http://www.mync.com at NBC-affiliate WNCN in Raleigh, N.C., he's pioneering new techniques and technologies for bringing citizen input into the newsroom and onto the web and airwaves. Watch as he discusses and shows some of those techniques.

Dave Mathison -- Be The Media

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Sharing the News: Who's in the room?

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A round-the-circle introduction of nearly 40 people assembled for the New England News Forum's "Sharing the News: Reaching Students, Training Citizens" June 28, 2008 in Lowell, Mass. See: http://www.newenglandnews.org/?q=sharing

AP v. Drudge Retort: Copyright & Blogs

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Doug McGill: Xenia and Citizen Journalism

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Douglas McGill, former New York Times reporter and director of the Largemouth Citizen Journalism Workshops, in a dialog on the Greek concept of "xenia" (community), and the future of journalism, during the New England News Forum's "Sharing the News: Reaching Students, Training Citizens" symposium June 28, 2008 in Lowell, Mass. (http://www.newenglandnews.org/?q=sharing

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