Tag Archives: JTM

mind stretched open – eyes wide

Submitted by jamesian on Fri, 01/08/2010 – 3:56pm I was the host of a session that I did not want to host. (cue music from Twilight Zone) because someone came up to me and asked, “Will you host a session>” First surprise. His name is Lion, and he has a scientist’s education but a philosopher’s […]

The Right Conversation

Submitted by Mike Fancher on Mon, 01/04/2010 – 7:14amin Journalism That Matters/Pacific Northwest is the right conversation, in the right place, at the right time, with the right people. I say that because of work I’ve done in the past year with the Aspen Institute and the Knight Commission on the Information Needs of Communities […]

Demystifying Advertising in Hyperlocal News Communities

Submitted by Michelle Ferrier on Thu, 10/01/2009 – 11:21am Two hyperlocal efforts described their advertising strategies in a recent conversation sponsored by the Journalism That Matters collaborative. Tracy Record of WestSeattleBlog.com and Barry Parr of Coastsider.com discussed the advantages of ad servers, pricing, and some do’s and don’ts of ad sales in the hyperlocal space. Do •   […]

In this corner, Journalism as Conversation

Submitted by Jay M. Young on Fri, 03/20/2009 – 11:46am This is a gloves-off, newsroom style conversation from a JTM discussion group this week. The honesty is refreshing, the conversation is necessary and hopefully continues. Jay Maurreen Skowran Mar 15, 2:53 am 1. My perception is that news organizations are relatively blind to journalism as conversation, that […]