In the wake of public questions about trust in science, Angela Cochran had a conversation with Dr. Jamie L. Vernon about the challenges of communicating science to the public and how the SciComm community could do better.
While more scientific information than ever is available, science itself is struggling for funding, for cultural footholds, and for priority in society. What has gone wrong?
The publisher of Harper’s proves himself an anachronist, while O’Reilly scolds other publishers to wake up!
Blogs, Twitter, and YouTube feast on traditional media, but they change the agenda for millions in the meantime, as a recent Pew study shows.
The Guardian is doing what every news organization — every publishing organization — should do. Are you listening?
The collapse of media is captured succinctly and brilliantly in this interview with Bob Garfield, an Advertising Age critic, NPR personality as co-host for “On the Media,” and author of “The Chaos Scenario.” This interview with Chris Kinneally nicely sums […]
Perhaps “print” isn’t dying, but mass media is. If that’s the case, is it a mistake to look to newspapers and their ilk for lessons?
Blogging, like journalism, amplifies the dissemination of scientific information. But tensions still exist between bloggers and the mainstream media.