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Articles tagged WNYC (21)

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Ken Doctor    December 12, 2013
How can public radio prepare for a life beyond radio? In California, one local powerhouse is betting on a tablet app that tries to bring together all that public media can do.
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Ken Doctor    October 24, 2013
Is the economic power of star journalists growing or shrinking? Depends on the news organization.
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Jan Schaffer    July 10, 2013
Montclair State’s Center for Cooperative Media is betting there are returns on getting newspapers, broadcasters, bloggers, and wire services all in the same building.
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Nieman Lab Staff    June 27, 2013
These are some of the projects and discussions that caught our attention at this year’s MIT-Knight conference.
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Caroline O'Donovan    June 3, 2013
We have the hardware, the software, and the crowds. What’s next?
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Caroline O'Donovan    March 19, 2013
Cheap, easy-to-use hardware is making it simple for journalists to create their own data sets. But what should they do with them?
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Ken Doctor    December 20, 2012
2013 could end up making 2012 seem calm by comparison.
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Ken Doctor    November 15, 2012
Some of the world’s biggest news organizations, once rocks of stability, are showing signs of unstable foundations.
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Justin Ellis    October 3, 2012
Developers from The Chicago Tribune, WNYC, and The Spokesman-Review will expand Census.IRE.org to include more data.
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Andrew Phelps    October 4, 2011
“If we’re not doing the Wayne Gretzky thing, of skating to where the puck is going on the distribution side, where our audience wants to find our content, we’re going to be out of business.”
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Andrew Phelps    September 21, 2011
“It needs more anarchy. And it needs more moods. The range of human experiences is covered and reported about on NPR, but it’s not reflected in the tone, and it’s not reflected in the style.”