editor on the verge

Online musings from the newsroom and beyond . . . by Yoni Greenbaum

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Entries Tagged as 'Industry'

Palm Beach looks to the future

February 13th, 2008 · 5 Comments

The Palm Beach Post has decided to actually do what so many people in journalism have only been willing to talk about. But with the exception of a few blog posts including one from Erica Smith of graphicdesignr.net fame, that news has largely gone ignored. Just about a week ago, Managing Editor Bill Rose announced […]



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Tags: Industry · Innovation · Leadership · Online · Organization

Online story presentation: Give me a break

February 12th, 2008 · 4 Comments

Too many newspaper websites are simply online recreations of their printed products. These sites do little to take advantage of the opportunities being online provide. And worse, what bad habits they have in print, they replicate online. Case in point — long stories. It is well known that “lack of time” is one of the […]



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Tags: Audience Development · Best Practices · Industry · Innovation · Online · Reporting · Traffic

How the newspaper industry squandered the writer’s strike

February 11th, 2008 · 3 Comments

I wonder if, during the height of the writer’s strike, newspapers missed out on an opportunity to reintroduce their printed products and/or websites to readers looking for alternatives to reruns and Reality TV? It just seems to me that, as more people were turning to their computers and/or picking up books, newspapers could have used […]



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Tags: Audience Development · Industry · MySpace · Online · Traffic · Video · YouTube

TMZ has more to offer… No, really

February 9th, 2008 · No Comments

So evidently someone was thinking that there’s more that TMZ could teach newspapers then just how to run a story meeting. On Friday, TMZ Founder Harvey Levin spoke to journalism students at NYU. You can find coverage here and here. If you were in attendance, feel free to add your own take on his appearance.



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Tags: Education · Industry · Leadership