Beyond news: understanding the role of archives in journalism businesses Paid Members Public
Most news publishers are terrible at maintaining their archives. But their are solid business and journalistic reasons for doing so.
Tom Petty, from News UK's archives Paid Members Public
This is lovely: > R.I.P Tom Petty, scanning negs from archive today from a London visit in the 1990's...#TomPetty [https://twitter.com/hashtag/TomPetty?src=hash&ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw] #TomPettyRIP [https://twitter.com/hashtag/TomPettyRIP?src=hash&ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw] #travelingwilburys [https://twitter.com/hashtag/travelingwilburys?
Digital journalism's history replaced by a spam blog. The irony. Paid Members Public
Finishing the day’s blogging on a sad note: > So it appeared that Lim (or someone working for him) had obtained control of OJR.org — presumably just by buying the domain once it had expired, although we don’t know that — and created as close of a facsimile of the
The FT fills Tumblr with 125 years of hot air Paid Members Public
An e-mail arrived from the FT yesterday, telling me all about their 125th anniversary, and with some lovely photos to run – all of which I had no intention of doing until: 1. My journalism MA students [http://www.interhacktives.com] seemed to think the whole think was quite cool, making
Cool Content: Sarah Ellis is digitising Shakespeare Paid Members Public
Live-blogged notes from Sarah Ellis’s talk at the Cool Content conference in Brighton.
The UK's cultural heritage as digital public space Paid Members Public
Liveblogged notes from sessions at the Open Data Cities Conference
There's gold in them there content archives Paid Members Public
Don't let a focus on news blind you to value in your archive.