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How The Squiz is taking media briefings to the masses 

How The Squiz is taking media briefings to the masses 

Morning news digest The Squiz has been quietly appearing in more and more inboxes across the country for over a year. But, creator and former spinner Claire Kimball tells Crikey, it's not easy work.

Meet the publishers ripping up the Australian media playbook

Meet the publishers ripping up the Australian media playbook

What's a defamation suit worth when you have nothing to lose? In this four-part series we meet some of the Australian journalists massively disrupting the mainstream.

Idiot’s Guide to the Convergence Review: content standards

Idiot’s Guide to the Convergence Review: content standards

How does the Convergence Review balance its deregulatory vibe with its assertion that content standards are still necessary, because the community expects them and because failing to restrict access to some content can do harm?

No comment: killing online discussion?

No comment: killing online discussion?

Most articles on news sites (including humble little Crikey) run comments below the stories. What's the point? Only one comment in a 100 is worth reading and they are a financial burden, says Joel Johnson.

The enthusiastic future of new media

The enthusiastic future of new media

Founder of pop culture site The Enthusiast Mel Campbell explains the difficulty of running an news site that takes time but pays no money and how unwilling readers are to pay for online media.

New Kid on The Block: the enthusiasm of The Enthusiast

New Kid on The Block: the enthusiasm of The Enthusiast

The story of bright indy publication The Enthusiast is sobering for those who embrace the possibilities of new media.

Kiwi pointers on how to define news media, beef up regulation

Kiwi pointers on how to define news media, beef up regulation

The New Zealand Law Commission recently released an issues paper that elegantly deals with the very same issues the Finkelstein inquiry is considering in Australia, including how to define "news media" in the internet age, and what a beefed up regulation system might look like.

Simons: being first, or being right?

Simons: being first, or being right?

If mainstream media outlets spend their diminishing resources in a futile battle to be first, then they will race themselves out of business to no useful end. That is not where resources should be deployed.

Simons: will Fairfax apps change the fundamental outlook?

Simons: will Fairfax apps change the fundamental outlook?

Can the slick new Fairfax apps for The Age and The Sydney Morning Herald save the newspaper journalism business model?

New media v old media: a question of moderation

New media v old media: a question of moderation

The question of pre-moderation vs post-moderation of reader comments on a publisher website is a fascinating one. It’s also increasingly integral to modern news outlets, writes Jonathon Oake at blog The Spongeist.