Sunday, May 29, 2005


Online News Association Newsletter April 22, 2005 (fwd)

* On April 5th, Reuters convened a panel of experts at its Times Square
headquarters to discuss the impact of blogs in journalism and the media.
The result was a fascinating discussion about the role that blogs are
increasingly playing in covering the news. Here's more information on the
story, and a link to a video recording of the discussion so you can watch
it yourself.

* The Pew Internet and American Life Project reports that more than 22
million American adults own iPods or MP3 players and 29 percent of them
have downloaded podcasts from the Web so that they could listen to audio
files at a time of their choosing. Several ONA members are experimenting
with podcasting on their own sites. Here's more information:

* Online journalism pioneer and OJA judge Merrill Brown provides some
provocative answers to the question "What's the future of the news
business?" in this report to the Carnegie Corporation of New York. You
might not agree with everything Merrill has to say, but this is a piece
well worth reading. Here's more information on the article:

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