[hackademic.net » Journalism education: matters of principle(s) from WJEC](http://hackademic.net/2007/07/11/journalism-education-matters-of-principles-from-wjec/)
“I wonder who will be using the declaration, and how. Some at WJEC suggested it might be of most use to journalism educators in developing countries and emerging democracies, particularly where they face state controls and other constraints.”
[The Inksniffer >>What would the CEO of Kodak do with US newspapers?](http://blog.inksniffer.com/2007/07/09/kodak-innovation-perez-newspapers-disruption.aspx)
John Duncan asks what Kodaks CEO Antonio Perez would do and picks up on his rather cool concept of ‘notorious decadence’
[paidContent.org: The Economics of Content – Newspapers Continue to Lose Ad Dollars To Online Media; TV Ad Spend Up Slightly: Report](http://www.paidcontent.org/entry/419-newspapers-continue-to-lose-ad-dollars-to-online-media-tv-ad-spend-up-s/)
“Collectively, newspapers saw those advertisers decrease their ad spending by 14.3 percent last year with only financial services increased their spending on newspapers.” Oh dear.
[paulconley: A new way to measure up](http://paulconley.blogspot.com/2007/07/new-way-to-measure-up.html)
Paul Conley looks at the recent announcment in a change of web metrics.
[The lessons from BackFence.com | Mike Butcher – mbites](http://mbites.com/2007/07/10/the_lessons_from_backfence_com)
“social networks which give local people the tools to connect and create knowledge selfish/selflessley will win in this game. That’s also why local newspapers are potentially screwed.” – I love that conclusion
[News and jobs for journalists :: NUJ lowers fees for local online journalists](http://www.journalism.co.uk/news/story3418.shtml)
The NUJ lower prices to up their presence in the online world
[howardowens.com: media blog »Eight reasons to be hopeful if you work for a newspaper company](http://www.howardowens.com/2007/eight-reasons-to-be-hopeful-if-you-work-for-a-newspaper-company/)
|Howard in a more possitve frame of mide. Especially for video: When you combine our reach, resources and our fresh outlook on video, you have an opportunity to dominate local web video in a way TV will struggle to match.”
[Scott Rosenberg’s Wordyard »Nielsen vs. Andreessen on blogging](http://www.wordyard.com/2007/07/11/nielsen-andreessen/)
“Nielsen starts from the assumption that your goal isn’t self-expression or persuasion or enjoyment or anything besides customer acquisition. People won’t pay for blogs; therefore, blogging is a waste of time.” I agree.
[How video online is set to reach 1bn people « reportr.net](http://reportr.net/2007/07/12/how-video-online-is-set-to-reach-1bn-people/)
…the challenge for news organisations is working out what to offer as moving images, as opposed to in text or other formats. And as the experience of the BBC shows, video over the Internet is not the same as video produced for TV.
[The Journalism Iconoclast >Technology is the key to journalism](http://patthorntonfiles.com/blog/?p=20)
I can’t agree with the premise and something about the argument rubs but you cant help but agree with – “Newspaper for far too long have been in the business of giving users what they want to give them.”
[MediaShift .>Topix Capitalizes on Forums, Reaches Rural Areas](http://www.pbs.org/mediashift/2007/07/digging_deepertopix_capitalize.html)
It’s more about revenue than content but there is the nub of a model here that many will emulate
[Organ Grinder >Microsoft on the threat (or not) of the internet to TV and newspapers](http://blogs.guardian.co.uk/organgrinder/2007/06/cannes_microsoft_on_the_threat.html)
“As for newspapers and magazines he doesn’t know whether there is a ” god given right” that they should be as big online as offline” Says Professor Jeffrey Cole