Stuff from the web:
- Is News A Fundamentally Shared, Social Experience? Scott Karp suspects so and, if he’s right, that means online publishers will have to take that (not personalization) into account.
- NBA’s Dallas Mavs Ask Fans to Wiki Every Game. Not much at the wiki yet, but if the team is gathering and hosting the community of fans, what does that mean for sports media?
- UK: BBC plans to provide journalism training to the public. The plans are to take the internal site — “…500 pages with over 40 video clips giving practical exercises, how-to guides and theoretical discussions on the practice of journalism to stimulate debate.” — public sometime in 2007. Wow.
- Note to journalism schools: give us new heroes. Martin Stabe with a second post on the need to reimagine journalism education in light of new realities to give students a realistic look at what media is becoming — whether they want it or not.
- News is what matters, not newspapers. Martin Stabe again: two high-quality, to-the-point posts in a day.