Cultural inertia threatens newspaper revenues

New research from the Pew Center for Excellence in Journalism lays bare the struggle being endured…

Self-published reporting: journalism’s next frontier

Interview by Alex Klaushofer. Marc Herman couldn’t have been more surprised by the success of his…

From frontline to publication – the rise of news e-books

Report by Alex Klaushofer. It’s comforting, if you’re in the words business, to remember that ‘crisis’…

New download mag for Northern Ireland’s community sector

Report by Tim Dawson. With 27,000 people working in the voluntary and community sector in Northern…

Public interest journalism takes a kangaroo leap forward

Review by Alex Klaushofer. Today brings the launch of Australian news websiteThe Global Mail, one of…

Think of a number and double/halve it: the science behind online subs pricing

Comment by Tim Dawson Deciding whether it makes business sense putting online publications behind paywalls is…

From cooperation to crowd-funding: The case of Port Talbot

Report by Alex Klaushofer. Its bleak industrial landscape was the inspiration for Ridley Scott’s Blade Runner,…

Profit is dead. Long live Public Interest: Journalism in 2012 and beyond

Comment by Alex Klaushofer. With the first week of the New Year bringing only warnings from…

Under the spotlight: Citizen journalism site Blottr

Report by Alex Klaushofer. Since launching a little over a year ago, Blottr, or ‘the people…

Leveson v. the moguls – can the lawyer who let Ken Dodd slip, outwit Murdoch?

Review by Tim Dawson. The British press has rarely been in such a fix.  During two…