Editorial Board Transparency (And Tech Incompetence)

Posted on 27 April 2008. Filed under: From WiredPen |

In prep’ing for digital journalism workshops for our UW undergrads, I discovered that the Seattle PI has opened up at least some editorial board meetings to the public via “podcasts.” (I challenge you to try to find the podcast archive/description via the masthead links, however.)

The NY Times Caucus blog reported Saturday that a Friday afternoon […read the complete post…]

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http://www.indystar.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=2008804250488

There’s your video at the bottom of the story, broken into nice little chunks.

And most of your issues are related to a) the corporate CMS Gannett forces on its papers and Maven, their video vendor. Maven = http://www.maven.net/

Indy.com is another site separate from IndyStar.com, btw, developed locally without corporate interference (mostly).

Hi, Chris:

First, I updated the post with the two links available from the paper’s blog — an opening and closing, just like the search engine.

Nothing in my searches of the site (IndyStar.com – I didn’t use Indy.com) led me to this story! Thanks. How in the world did you find it?

I used the site’s search box and looked up “obama editorial board” … as much as I dislike Planet Discover (the search provider Gannett bought and forces on its papers), the article with the videos was the first story result.

You had a better search string! I know I used Obama, but I think I used “video” because that was the noun used in the article.

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