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Keith Stuart | The Guardian | 9/2/2014
There are no doubt 22 cool reasons why Buzzfeed, the leading purveyor of list-based online news, is forming its own games studio.
Butch Ward | Poynter | 9/2/2014
This weekend, Florida International University opened its 2014 football season at home in Miami against Bethune-Cookman University. The game was close, ending when FIU fumbled a field goal attempt that would have won the game as time ran out.
Molly Yanity | PBS | 9/2/2014
As we embark upon the 2014-15 academic year, it seems every time we turn around, another announcement is made that a school is launching a sports communication program of some sort.
Fred Ritchin | TIME | 9/2/2014
A recent slew of situations resulting in catastrophic violence and death, including the Israel-Gaza war, the armed expansion of the Islamic State, the downing of a Malaysian Airlines plane in the Ukraine, the ongoing conflict in Syria, and also the spread of the Ebola virus, has led to a renewed debate as to what kinds of imagery media outlets should be expected to show.
Craig Hoyle | Pacific.Scoop | 9/2/2014
New Zealand journalists are being urged to play a part in Myanmar’s press freedom as the Southeast Asian state approaches its first democratic elections in nearly 60 years.
Robert L. Smith | | 9/2/2014
CLEVELAND, Ohio--Belt Magazine, a Cleveland-based, online publication focused on life in the Rust Belt, practices principles that ring almost quaint in the new media age.
Michael Depp | NetNewsCheck | 9/2/2014
Look under the hood of The Dallas Morning News’ digital platform, and you’ll find data as the engine driving everything forward.
Press Release | The Washington Post | 9/2/2014
The Washington Post today introduces The Most, a new feature that lists the most popular stories from The Post and partner publications around the web. Readers can expect to find a mix of content on The Most, surfaced by a diverse group of readers from a variety of sites.
Chris Buckley | The New York Times | 9/2/2014
The dropping of Mr. Chin’s column comes as Occupy Central is trying to sustain public commitment to its protest plans.
John McDermott | Digiday | 9/2/2014
Ross Hoffman reveals how Twitter’s recent design changes have affected user behavior and how it’s hoping to one day take advantage of other sites embedding tweets.
Press Release | The Washington Post | 9/2/2014
Fred Ryan will become publisher and CEO on Oct. 1.
Press Release | Editor and Publisher | 9/2/2014
The deadline has been extended to midnight Friday, Sept. 12, 2014.
Tom Grubisich | Street Fight | 8/29/2014
Ten years ago, Newell Nussbaumer owned a shop in Buffalo, N.Y., selling everything from Mexican wrestling masks to leather goods made in New York City, plus locally made products.
James Estrin | New York Times | 8/28/2014
Eric Blattberg | Digiday | 8/29/2014
Om Malik | | 8/29/2014
Susannah Nesmith | Columbia Journalism Review | 8/28/2014
Tom Grubisich | Street Fight | 8/29/2014