Inspiring talk on so many levels. Where to find recurring value: business cycles; ongoing, value-generating costs; highly dynamic environments.
Check out the video from the entrepreneurial journalism information session last week for the full details from Jeff Jarvis and Jeremy Caplan. We’ll also be at Hacks/Hackers NYC’s Epic Holiday Fête on December 20th; come prepared with questions about the program.
Entrepreneurial Journalism curriculum at CUNY. Detailed information on the courses for the new M.A./Certificate in Entrepreneurial Journalism. There will also be an information session at the J-School on Monday, November 29th from 6 to 7:30 pm you can attend in person or watch live.
I’m moving to Brooklyn at the end of the month, more on that later, and need to unload the bulky household items I’ve accumulated over the past few years. These include: TEAC stereo, 125 watt KLH subwoofer, two bookshelf speakers, and four floor speakers Matching dresser and night stand IKEA standing desk and chair IKEA […]
“See, the big guys have, and this has always been the case, when you have an existing business, whether you’re the record industry, the television business, or the movie industry, and you don’t want to cannibalize it so you stay away, or the New York Times [even], from these new distribution media because you go, […]
Three news items that caught my eye in the last couple of days: Building a Social Entrepreneurial Garage Startup in India – PBS MediaShift Update from a pretty cool project to bring community radio stations to rural India. If it’s not too prohibitive to launching one of these (who knows what it takes to legally […]
If you wanted to build a completely digital student news organization from scratch, how would you do it? Which beats would you cover right off the bat? Would you cover club sports and campus sustainability, or the common news the student newspaper already covers? What form would your content take? Would you focus on text, […]