Financing multicultural media: New collaboration positions publishers of color as catalysts for equitable community development
A robust, resilient and diverse media ecosystem is as essential to a community’s well-being as affordable housing, reliable transportation and accessible capital.
Social enterprise leader urges local media to embrace the role of educator, anchor institution
Maurice Jones says running the Virginian-Pilot was one of the most fun jobs he’s ever had. That was years before the newspaper was sold to TRONC which was sold to Tribune Publishing which barely thwarted a takeover by the hedge fund Alden Global Capital, known for buying and pillaging local newspapers. Jones left the Pilot … Continued
Privacy: The evolving meaning of a single word for our networked news and information economy
Privacy. It’s hard to think of another word that is simultaneously at the center of journalism, technology and Internet policy. Privacy is increasingly thought of broadly, and encompasses trust and networks. It’s a big story now, involving the White House, Edward Snowden, data breaches and research. Balancing identity, marketing and privacy is a quagmire for … Continued