Posts tagged with International Training

First posted at Journalism, Journalists and the World. Interesting story in the Times magazine this weekend: Digital Diplomacy. It got me thinking that just 10-15 years ago the State Department was at the absolute bottom of rankings in use of technology. The main State HQ in Washington and the embassies around the world still depended […]

First posted at Journalism, Journalists and the World and the SPJ International Committee blog. I have to admit, from the time I heard CNN had fired Octavia Nasr for her Tweet on the death of Hezbollah spiritual leader Sayyed Mohammed Hussein Fadlallah I was upset she wrote what she did and at the same time […]

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Just saw a graphic display of the BBC annual report. Very cool and very easy to read. Click on the image to see the full page report.

The other day I posted a couple of notes about the new Pew Research Center’s Project for Excellence in Journalism report on new and old media. Pew report shows gap in international views of old and new media Pew Report: Old Media/New Media I saw in that two key issues that journalists and their bosses […]

A recent study in Korea showed that Twitter was more than narcissistic recordings of one’s breakfast choices. It is a news service the provides timely information about global events. One of the researches, Haewoon Kwak, presented the paper at the WWW2010 conference in South Carolina last week. Joad Jackson at ITWorld reported on the paper: […]