Category Archives: Steve Buttry

Is linking a ‘keystone habit’ that can convert newsrooms to ‘open journalism?’

Elaine Clisham was shaking her head at the latest dust-up over whether media organizations should link to other news outlets and sources of information in their reporting on the web. Clisham said that newspaper industry leaders such as her former … Continue reading

Posted in Charles Duhigg, CMS, Elaine Clisham, Linking, Mathew Ingram, Saxotech, Steve Buttry | 8 Comments

Journalism School of the Future: Where You Start On the Job and Never Graduate

In a great #wjchat hosted by Jay Rosen Wednesday night on “radicalism in the newsroom,” this question was posed: “Are J-schools today part of the problem or solution? How should they change? Should something replace them?” I’ve gotten a lot … Continue reading

Posted in Community Journalism School, Jay Rosen, Jeff Jarvis, Joy Mayer, Newsroom Cafe, Steve Buttry, University of Missouri | 4 Comments