Journalism is changing. Due to the meteoric rise of mobile, anyone can be a reporter now. The trend is only going to increase as more people get smartphones and continue to […]
Mobile journalism has been around for decades, but smartphones have opened up a whole new world of possibilities for news production and consumption. On Oct. 7 at the USC School […]
These are transitive times. Just like the turn of the 20th century when William Randolph Hearst, Joseph Pulitzer and Edward Willis Scripps revolutionized the newspaper business and pioneered the rise of […]
We live in a mobile-first world, yet journalists lack an effective mobile-first content management system.
We believe transformational global change begins by having informed citizens at the local level. That is why Moblish is working with community news organizations such as El Observador — the largest […]
Good information is a valuable commodity. Getting good information is becoming a difficult proposition because the cost of discovery has gotten very high and continues to rise. What if we […]
John F. Kennedy’s assassination forever changed every aspect of America. That includes journalism, for with the president’s death, live coverage was born.
We are going to begin having Q&As with people who have interesting things to say about journalism. Our first conversation is with Simone Collins, the founder of Gigaverse.
Transforming the journalism industry — and world — requires capital. The hunt for funds has begun.
We continue to make progress at Moblish. Each day, we get closer to giving a voice to the voiceless and power to the powerless.
Changing the world isn’t a one-person job.
I am taking a Management Science and Engineering class at Stanford called Technology Venture Formation — MS&E 273. We are learning the process of entrepreneurship by doing.
Life at Stanford as a husband and father is a little different from roaming The Farm as a single, wet-behind-the-ears freshman in 1992.
Journalism faces a challenge.
Are you a programmer? Do you dream in code? Do you want to change the world?