Jessica Roy


New York Times Writer David Carr Tells The Colbert Report, “We’re Doing Better”

Last night David Carr, New York Times media reporter and star of the documentary Page One: Inside the New York Times, stopped by The Colbert Report to chat. Before diving into […]

New Study Provides Insight Into Best Practices For Journalists On Facebook

A new study conducted by Facebook examines how users interact with Journalist Pages in an attempt to decipher the best methods of engaging an audience on the social platform. The […]

Knight Foundation And NEA Announce Challenge For Innovative Models of Community Arts Journalism

Knight/NEA Community Arts Journalism Challenge from Knight Foundation on Vimeo. In a press release circulated this afternoon, the Knight Foundation and the National Endowment for the Arts announced a joint […]

USC And The New York Times Collaborate On A Continuing Education Program

In a press release yesterday, the University of Southern California and The New York Times Knowledge Network announced a partnership to offer extensive continuing education classes for adults looking to […]

Twitter Announces Twitter For Newsrooms, A Best Practices Guide For Journalists

Today in an e-mail from Twitter’s PR team, the company introduced Twitter for Newsrooms (#TfN), a compelling resource akin to Facebook for Journalists that will help optimize the platform’s reporting […]

Easily Manage A Digital Newsroom With Kapost

Even the most seasoned newsroom vet can have trouble handling an army of remote freelancers without the right software. Kapost, a new digital newsroom service, is seeking to change all […]

Nieman Report: Communities, Not Paywalls, Are The Key To A Successful News Business Model

In an age when news organizations are scrambling to keep up with technological innovation, it is easy to lose sight of the original strain that kickstarted social networks in the […]

Google Releases Authorship Markup To Help Connect Authors With Their Content

Yesterday on their search blog, Google announced the release of Authorship Markup, an attribute which publishers can tack onto link tags to help Google’s algorithm better connect authors and their […]

Google Rolls Out +1 Button To Publishers

Despite its reputation as a search giant, it’s no secret that Google has fallen behind in the social media game; even the company’s former CEO and current Executive Chairman Eric […]

Humans vs. Cyborgs: Four Ways @NYTimes Has Changed This Week

On Monday, New York Times social media editors Lexi Mainland and Liz Heron announced from the @NYTimes account that all week long, they would be engaging in a social experiment: […]