The Forbes watch list for 2014, the Online Journalism Awards winners, how one professor is using a new classroom resource and more from this week's Digital Media Mash Up, produced by the Center for International Media Assistance (CIMA).
Here are IJNet's picks from this week's stories:
Inside Forbes: My watch list for 2014, a defining year for the business of journalism
The news business is finally beginning to regroup after a decade of turmoil. Here’s what the outlet's Chief Product Officer is watching as Forbes evolves its own new models for both content and advertising. (Forbes, 10/23)
Surveillance looms large at the Online News Association conference
It’s been the story of the year, and it led to two Online News Association awards for the Guardian as well as a keynote breakfast session at the 13th annual ONA conference in Atlanta. (PBS MediaShift, 10/21)
How one journalism educator is already using "Searchlights and Sunglasses" in the classroom
"Searchlights and Sunglasses" has become one professor's new go-to resource. Here are some ways she's already putting a new digital book to use. (Knight Foundation, 10/21)
Tech wealth and ideas are heading into news
Producing serious news is an expensive enterprise with a beleaguered business model, one that remains tied to the tracks as a locomotive of splintered audiences and declining advertising hurtles toward it. (New York Times, 10/20)
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