Jobs With Justice March at Capitol Hill Calls for Higher Minimum Wage

America has 45 million people living in poverty. Yet their experiences are rarely told by the media, except to paint them as parasites or victims. The Center for Community Change — […]

How Local Independent Online News Publishers Can Make Money on Mobile

The best teacher is real-world experience. Thanks to Joe Hyde, the publisher of San Angelo LIVE! in central Texas, we ran a mobile experiment for local news and learned some valuable […]

NYU Journalism Students Capture 360-Degree View of Pope’s Visit to NYC

History happens once. But you can relive Pope Francis’ first visit to America as often as you want. New York University’s Arthur L. Carter Journalism Institute made sure of that by […]

USC Journalism Students Learn How to Use Evrybit

A lot of cool stuff is happening at USC Annenberg’s Media Center. I got to see firsthand this week. On Monday, I spoke to students about Evrybit in JOUR 499: Journalism for […]