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Author Archives: Ed Sussman
The FTC condemns the data brokerage industry’s collection practices
Those auto-calls seem to be worse than ever.
AJR Highlights My “Manifesto”
American Journalism Review highlighted my “social journalism manifesto” in their round up of news about the media. http://ajr.org/2014/04/03/ajr-news-wrap-end-derp-gawker-swearing-new-york-times/
Giga Om Covers my Social Journalism piece
A nice pop in recognition for my social journalism analysis. A really nice piece.
Traditional media is still a great business to be in, if you’re selling video
Green publishing sites
A few lists:
Plus this one: http://ecowatch.com/2014/03/31/un-warns-climate-change-global-security-mankind/
Dutch PayWall Experiment
“The Dutch revolution in journalism: all newspapers behind one paydike.” by Alexander Klöpping https://medium.com/p/a2031594e430
Pando Daily Article on Social Journalism
Follow up to my Observer article on Pandora. The New Rules of Social Journalism.
Re-tweets/favs of my Op Ed by Marc Andreesen, Tim O’Reilly and Nick Bilton
I’m pleased http://observer.com/2014/03/why-michael-wolff-is-wrong/ is getting a good response in some quarters. Romenesko.com also included the column in their roundup. And I’ve been invited in to talk to execs at a couple traditional media brands, which is encouraging.
My New York Observer Op Ed today
Here are the tags, which give you a pretty good idea of the piece: Michael Wolff, Business Insider, New York Observer, Social Journalism, Forbes, Fast Company, Platforms, Old Media, New Media For more, go to: http://bit.ly/OAXj6J