Starting on January 21st, my journalism-focused blogging is moving to The Nieman Journalism Lab, thanks to a gracious invitation from Josh Benton, the director of the lab. I’ll be joining Martin Langeveld and Mathew Ingram as the new additions to the Lab.
In case you haven’t already discovered it, The Nieman Journalism Lab is a terrific site focused on the future of journalism. It’s a welcome island of hope and energy in these relatively bleak times for daily journalism. As explained on the site, this is the mission:
We want to help reporters and editors adjust to their online labors; we want to help traditional news organizations find a way to survive; we want to help the new crop of startups that will complement — or supplant — them.
We are fundamentally optimistic.
For now, I’ll also be cross-posting j-blogging links from here to the Nieman site. And remaining forever optimistic.
I’ll also be stepping up blogging around higher ed digital communication and web strategy. Those posts will have their home here.
Confusing enough? At least you don’t need to remember all the WordPress passwords!