Online Journalism Blog :: investigative journalist Boris Kartheuser won a right-to-information case against the German government. In a guest post for OJB, explains how he came to use a new crowdfunding site to raise money to pursue the case after the government appealed.
Buzzfeed :: Today, the image messaging app announced that it is going to become a new kind of publisher. Publications such as National Geographic, CNN, Vice, and Yahoo, amongst many others, will be pushing content directly to your phone through Snapchat.
Poynter :: By any editor’s standards, Jan. 14 was a difficult day for the staff of Boston.com. The night before, the outlet published an article which wonderedwhether anyone would notice had House Speaker John Boehner been poisoned by a bartender.
Russia Today :: Google’s willingness to surrender the private emails of WikiLeaks staffers to the United States government amounts to an “attack on journalism,” a representative for the whistleblower group says
Condé Nast is enlisting its editors to consult with advertisers and help them create articles and images
AdAge :: Glossy magazine publisher Conde Nast, which owns Vogue and Vanity Fair, is enlisting its editors to consult with advertisers and help them create articles and images.
To avoid being banned throughout Turkey, Facebook has blocked Turkish users’ access to a number of pages
New York Times :: To avoid being banned throughout Turkey, Facebook has blocked Turkish users’ access to a number of pages containing content that the authorities had deemed insulting to the Prophet Muhammad.