What will happen when only the journalism is left?
This is the wiki home for the “Journalism That Matters: The DC Sessions,” an ongoing effort to critique and create “The Next Newsroom Prototype” — an operating experiment which will launch in a U.S. community.
BLOGGING THE GATHERING
POSTS ABOUT THE JTM-DC GATHERING AUG. 7-8, 2007
- John Hamer: Visit with Kilpatrick/Means raises key “Journalism That Matters” issues (Seattle Times, Sept. 23, 2007)
- Dale Peskin: How the Wind Blows — A critique of JTM
- Jeff Crigler: Chris Peck and the entrepreneur journalist
- Len Witt: Early thoughts on what we learned
- Beth Lawton: Leaving with clarity about citizen journalism
- Russell Okamoto (a/k/a Gauss): JTM-DC wrapup: Demonstrating the camera phone
- David Cohn: Welcoming an “unconference” for journalists
- Steve Petersen: The dreariness is about the business, not the journalism
- Steve Petersen: Keep an eye on future Journalism That Matters convenings
- Erin Teeling: Summing up the two days of “Journalism That Matters”
- Clyde Bentley: Wondering if he has been wrong
- Jennifer McClure: Blogging the first-day panel
- Jennifer McClure: Summarizing/listing the second-day action commitments
- Paul Bass: Schism between MSM and new/citizen media evaporates at JTM-DC event
- Paul Bass: Are MSM and bloggers coming too close for comfort?
- Russell Okamoto takes a cameraphone picture of a JTM breakout and posts it in minutes on his PublicPress.org site.
- Russell Okamoto summarizes JTM experience on his Citizen Journalism Column
- Steve Brant blogs about Day One on The HuffPost and about DAY TWO
- Josh Wilson’s Illuminated Media blog on JTM-DC] and interview Paul Janensch
- Ilona Meagher, ePluribus Media, Convention, Conference and Confluence
- Beth Lawton: Setting up the JTM-DC purpose and resource documents
GENERAL BLOG LINKS
- “Official” JTM-DC news/update blog
- The Media Giraffe Project alumni blog
- Doug Thompson’s Media Blog
- The Newspaper Association of America’s Digital Edge blog
- Multi-user blog where Andrew MacRae occasionally writes
- Wally Bowen describes his non-profit local model