More from Daniel Jacobson on NPR’s content management ecosystem

Programmable Web: Daniel Jacobson: “Content Portability: Building an API is Not Enough” Previous entries in the series: Programmable Web: Daniel Jacobson: Content Modularity: More Than Just Data Normalization Programmable Web: Daniel Jacobson: COPE: Create Once, Publish Everywhere You can read much more from the NPR team on their blog at Inside NPR.org. A recent post […]

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Two obits at NPR: one worthy, one not

NPR: In Memoriam: Sweet, Sad Rocker Vic Chesnutt NPR: The Man Is Gone, But Long Live The Blogosphere (via Garret Vreeland). Jeff Jarvis knows blogging as well as anybody, but NPR should have talked to people who knew Brad Graham, or, as Garret suggests, were at least among his contemporaries in that first wave of […]

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NPR is in trouble

Blame it on changing technology, blame it on the journalists, blame it on shortsighted management, blame it on missing that oncoming glacier, blame it on the economy (everyone is WAY to concerned with throwing stones right now if you ask me) everyone is feeling pain right now and many institutions people rely on are being […]

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Technology and business model shifts can drive innovation

David Cohn, contributor at Columbia Journalism Review, Seed Magazine and Wired has been exploring the future of journalism for a long time now, notably on his blog, at NewAssignment.net and NewsTrust.net. His latest effort, funded by the Knight News Challenge, is Spot.us – a service founded on the principal that journalism is a process and […]

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