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Media Links of the day

Media Links of the day

The Media Links are a daily round-up of media-related postings from across the web offering updates, opinion and analysis of current topics in media and journalism. Check back here every day for a new selection of links.

A monkey sighting offers a lesson in finding user-generated content for newspapers. [Poynter]

The Daily Telegraph wins paper of the year, a Guardian journalist wins reporter of the year, and London mayor Boris Johnson likens politicians to "pitiful blue-nosed Avatar characters" at this year's British Press Awards. [Press Gazette]

Guardian Media Group CEO Carolyn McCall leaves to run EasyJet. [PaidContent]

The Wall Street Journal ramps up its competition with the New York Times by adding a sports beat, but can it keep up now that the NYT has launched its video cast? [Observer, Guardian]

New York University's Arthur L. Carter Journalism Institute released its nominees for the top ten works of journalism of the decade, but missed a whole subset of the media landscape. [Reason]

Is the media's coverage of the war in Afghanistan inadequate? [Journalism.co.uk]

International efforts to keep coverage of Haiti alive are necessary in light of the devastation of the news media across the country. [Huffington Post, Committee to Protect Journalists]



Alexandra Jaffe


2010-03-24 18:44

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