Newspaper economics in the digital age

Leading Organizations class

The ability of Apple and Google to collect unique information from their users — and keep it exclusively — gives them a great advertising advantage over smaller players in the market, like regional newspapers.

A case for constructive news: a passion finally defined

Ulrik Haagerup in the JSK Garage

Lack of in-depth analysis means the media is inclined to go for confrontational journalism, which provides for great entertainment but adds little value to the lives of people and alienates many.

JSK launches pilot innovation workshop for top newsroom leaders

Michael Isip

Over two days a select group of leaders from U.S. news organizations stepped away from their newsrooms and moved through an active, hands-on process, each digging into a challenge they had identified as a top priority.

11 ways to cure bad meetings – and be more creative and productive

Meeting in JSK Garage

When I heard a piece on NPR about how bad meetings are taking up more of our workdays, I tweeted the story. And when fellow journalists re-tweeted it, I learned that I’m not the only one in our field who feels this way.

Journalists’ love-hate relationship with social media


Many journalists used very negative terms – “I got dragged in” or “I gave in” – when describing how they first signed up to sites like Facebook or Twitter.''

What millennials want: ‘To show the world our world’

Getting footage

"It’s just easy to assume that millennials don’t care about real news ... The news should be the same for each generation.”