BLOGS

The most comprehensive list of blogs by journalists is on CyberJournalist.net's wiki.

Here's where we pull out -- and find other -- blogs that advance ideas and discussion about the development of entrepreneurial journalism that embraces social networking. That doesn't mean that some of these blogs don't address the downfall of traditional media....but what we're doing here is growing the new journalism.

Beatblogging.org Patrick Thornton examines how social media and other Web tools can help beat reporters in newsrooms -- or on their own.
Biz Blog Rick Edmonds tracks the latest developments and trends on the business side of journalism.
BuzzMachine Jeff Jarvis explores the implications of the Internet as "connection machine" to media, commerce and, well, most everything else.
Contentious Amy Gahran serves up daily links to commentary, tips and news about communications in the online age.
DigiDave David Cohn reports the future of news with more than 100 brief video interviews and posts on various journalism topics.
E-Media Tidbits A group blog about the intersection of news and technology
Journalism That Matters - Convening, connecting, inspiring, building bridges to a new news ecology
MediaShift A group blog by Knight News Challenge award winners
News Pay Bill Mitchell looks at emerging economic models for news, big and small.
Nieman Journalism Lab Josh Benton leads a collaborative attempt to figure out how quality journalism can survive & thrive in the Internet era.
ReJurno Jane Stevens provides in-depth case studies of local news start-ups and other enterprising new sites.
My Post-Newspaper World Jennifer Baldwin looks at citizen journalism, local news sites and more.
Pressthink Jay Rosen provides provocative analysis of journalism topics and trends.
Teaching Online Journalism Mindy McAdams posts notes from the classroom and observations & tips about today's practice of online journalism.
Wistowns- Building cooperation in Wisconsin New Media
YouTube Biz Blog - YouTube offers tips and updates for its partners, advisers and advertisers.

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