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Apr 15

“There’s nobody in this room that wanted to cover this story. And each and every one of us hopes that nothing like it ever happens again on our watch.” — Editor Brian McGrory speaking to The Boston Globe staff about their 2014 Pulitzer Prize for the marathon bombing coverage. (Source: BostonGlobe.com)

Apr 14

How Journalism Professors Are Bringing Google Glass into the Classroom
via American Journalism Review
AJR recaps the Journalism Interactive conference’s Google Glass demo and Glass’s ability to teach “first-person” reporting.
(Image by lawrencegs/Flickr, used under CC by 2.0)

How Journalism Professors Are Bringing Google Glass into the Classroom

via American Journalism Review

AJR recaps the Journalism Interactive conference’s Google Glass demo and Glass’s ability to teach “first-person” reporting.

(Image by lawrencegs/Flickr, used under CC by 2.0)

Blogs We Love: Environmental and Green Blogs

Ahead of next week’s Earth Day, our latest blog profiles focus on green blogs TreeHugger, Grist, Earth Day Network, Inhabitat, and The New York Times’ Dot Earth.

Continue reading Blogs We Love: Environmental and Green Blogs

If you or a blog you know would like to be profiled on Beyond Bylines, let us know.

Apr 11

Did you see that news release?

With thousands of news releases published each week on PR Newswire for Journalists, no one can possibly keep up with every one of them.

We’ve rounded up some of our favorite releases that ran in the past week such as CBS’s Stephen Colbert-Late Show announcement.

Continue reading Did You See That News Release?

Around the Wire: Twitter Tips for Journalists, Why College Media Matters, and More Media News

Every Friday, we round up 5 media stories from the week. The latest Around the Wire includes:

Continue reading Beyond Bylines’ Around the Wire in Five

Apr 10

Green Media Q&A with the Mother Nature Network
"If anything with the ‘green’ movement, we’ve seen ideas that were once considered edgy move quietly and fairly briskly to the middle," says Mother Nature Network’s Matt Crenshaw.
We celebrate Earth Day early with this Q&A between ProfNet and Crenshaw on green media’s impact.
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Green Media Q&A with the Mother Nature Network

"If anything with the ‘green’ movement, we’ve seen ideas that were once considered edgy move quietly and fairly briskly to the middle," says Mother Nature Network’s Matt Crenshaw.

We celebrate Earth Day early with this Q&A between ProfNet and Crenshaw on green media’s impact.

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Apr 09

designthenews:

3 Digital Trends For Publishers in 2014
blog.realmatch.com

designthenews:

3 Digital Trends For Publishers in 2014

blog.realmatch.com

7 Questions to Answer Before You Start Blogging

There will always be growing pains for a new blog, and you’ll probably change many things in the days (and months and years) after launch. But, whether you’re starting a blog for personal or professional reasons, asking and answering these seven questions will help prepare you.

Continue reading 7 Questions to Answer Before You Start Blogging

(Image by Drew Coffman/Flickr; used under CC by 2.0)

Apr 08

fastcompany:

After months of teasing, Twitter officially confirmed that its new redesign is nigh. And—brace yourselves—it looks a lot like Facebook.

fastcompany:

After months of teasing, Twitter officially confirmed that its new redesign is nigh. And—brace yourselves—it looks a lot like Facebook.

PR Newswire for Journalists Tips and FAQs
There’s a lot to take in on the new PR Newswire for Journalists site, which connects media and bloggers with breaking news, free photos and videos, and subject matter experts.
If you’re new to the site or need a refresher, check out our how-to page.

PR Newswire for Journalists Tips and FAQs

There’s a lot to take in on the new PR Newswire for Journalists site, which connects media and bloggers with breaking news, free photos and videos, and subject matter experts.

If you’re new to the site or need a refresher, check out our how-to page.