Here’s my talk on CUNY’s New Business Models for News at our summit in New York:
Jeff Jarvis on New Business Models for News 2009 from CUNY Grad School of Journalism on Vimeo.
And here’s my latest Prezi:
I’m quite interested to know what JJ thinks about Andrew Breitbart’s ventures.
Breitbart is the most prominent publisher to be doing original reporting in the new media, but it might be that complimenting him might reduce one’s invitability to MSM shindigs.
I’m starting to be reminded of President Bush’s (the first) tagline: “1,000 points of light.”
Xerxes sat on a golden thrown and watched his bloated fleet humbled by the smaller faster Athenians. The city of Westfield, Massachusetts is known as the “Whip City” because of all the factories that once produced whips for the then gold standard of transportation, the horse and buggy.
Thanks for the presentation, Jeff!
Which hyperlocal blog is garnering up to 200k in ad revenue? You mentioned this in your presentation and I’m wondering which blog it is.
we assured the sites involved in research confidentiality.
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Which blog is garnering up to 200k in ad revenue?
We gave the blogs confidentiality to get their data.
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I don´t know about hyperlocal, but I just started a website for political comment in Germany (www.starke-meinungen.de) a couple of months ago in Germany. A dozen fairly well known journalists and other are commenting there and the site is developing very well. I do it because I love it but most my colleagues could not understand why someone would leave a job as political editor of a large national daily and sunday paper to set up her own business. I am in NYC right now and would like to meet you to get a perspective on how entrepreneurial journalism will develop further. Would you have an hour for a meeting?
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