Job leads, News, and Conversations with Those Who Write and Edit
The Recovering Journalist blog itemizes the 900 or so staff cuts among the newspapers in the U.S. That is just in the past week!
He also lists 10 "fixes," most of which are very sensible.
This is one of the saddest descriptions of the disruption now going on in journalism, especially among newspapers. It throws down the gauntlet among young journalists now in college or just out getting their feet wet. "You must pick up the slack!" This is the most important, crisis-laden period of time for journalism in memory! It is not for the weak. It is a time for deep reflection…Continue
Vanity Fair has a schematic of the Blogopticon, their version of blogs that have somehow risen to the top. Almost all of them I'm familiar with but I read most in the "Earnest News" area. I'm still waiting for that break-through that proves that the Net transforms opinion and writing. What we are witnessing is akin to the explosion of the suburbs in the 50's and 60's. It's important because it impacts a…Continue
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Outside magazines takes a look at some of the best jobs of 2008, including "emancipation occuptions," like an Itinerant Blogger .
There are fun and interesting ideas to look at!
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Colleen Eddy at Poynter.org has advice for college graduates about to embark on their job search. This is not the same job market as when you entered college and requires a fine-tuning of your strategy.
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Some decent tips on how-not to mess up a query letter to a literary agent.
Mother Earth News carries an article about the "economics of self-publishing" for those who have the aspiration. Devotion is the key word. …
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If you have access to the New York Times you might check out this advice to add social networking to your job search tool box.
In France, when there are layoffs, the journalists go on strike.
At least that is the way…
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