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BuzzFeed raises another $50 million to fund expansion

BuzzFeed wants to expand, and just raised the money it needs to do so thanks to venture capitol firm Andreessen Horowitz. shares soar

Sydney - The stock market debut of, the Australian on-line jobs site, has been a success. The share price rose 400 percent on Friday.

Big rise in worldwide tablet computer sales

Tablet computer sales increased substantially in the first quarter of 2013, growing by 142.4% worldwide., compared with the equivalent period in 2012.

Scientists use Twitter as a medium to be 'open and honest'

A scientist has started a Twitter feed using the hashtag "#overlyhonestmethods" to allow researchers, openly or anonymously, to profess some of the background to their research.

Italy: Comic turned activist shakes political establishment

Rome - As Italians' faith in political parties declines, an allegedly populist movement led by a former comedian is set to become the third political force.

New-times for Sun-Times: Chicago's No.2 newspaper is sold

Chicago - Chicago's second best-selling newspaper Sun-Times has been sold to a local investor group in a deal valued at more than $20 million.

Covering the world from a Texan countryside: Profile of a Digital Journalist Special

He writes news articles from a library computer and wakes up to mountains and sunrises every morning. He's been published in Time Magazine. Find out more about a very busy Digital Journalist, Lynn Herrmann.

Op-Ed: Visionary Marshall McLuhan's Son Eric Speaks At CrossmediaTO Special

July 21st marks the 100th birthday of Marshall McLuhan, the famous Canadian media visionary. Last night's CROSSMEDIATO event hosted by Gavin McGarry of JumpWire Media featured McLuhan's son, Eric as a speaker.

Op-Ed: Tokyo OK, foreign media’s sensational coverage shameful

Tokyo - Foreign news reports bring preconceived notions to the forefront of the stories. Combined with on-camera theatrics and selective video and photos, the parachute journalists present a distorted version of the Fukushima effects on Tokyo.

Digital Journal announces 'Future of Media' event on April 6

Toronto - Digital Journal today announced its Future of Media event will return to Toronto on April 6 at the Drake Hotel. The event is free and boasts an incredible lineup of speakers and prizes. Don't miss it!

Google donates $2.7 million to International Press Institute

The International Press Institute was awarded $2.7 million in funding from Google today in an effort to help grow innovative journalism.

Social media promotes unique methods of communication and news Special

Cloutierville - Everyday there is a plethora of new online resources, magazines and features. As the media evolves it attempts to grab the public's attention by creating unique ways of producing information and stories. Such is the way with PokeSalad Granny.

nextMedia Liveblog: Creating conversations, marketing new media Special

Consumers have never been so powerful, nor have they ever been so connected. But how can companies properly market to the new media audience? Digital Journal is liveblogging this keynote presentation from the annual nextMEDIA conference in Toronto.

Canadian New Media Awards Deadline Falls on Oct. 2 Special

Achilles Media announced the deadline for entries to its Canadian New Media Award. Interested digital companies have until Oct. 2 to submit applications among 19 categories.

Journalists gearing up for Toronto's 'Future of Media' event Special

On Sept. 24, is hosting a panel discussion to uncover the new media strategies and business models behind the media biz. The free event will also explore citizen journalism and its role in reshaping journalism as you know it.

Study: Journalist views on the new media differ

Journalists' perceptions with social media and blogs differ based on their beat. That is one of the findings from the study released by Brodeur, and Marketwire,

Bloggers Make History By Gaining Access to CIA-Leak Trial

Digital Journal — Bloggers are joining the media elite, as a handful of these citizen journalists have been granted press credentials to cover the CIA-leak trial in Washington this week.

Creative Content Expected to Dominate the Media Industry

LOS ANGELES (voa) - The head of one of the world's largest media empires says creative content, not technology, will determine which companies dominate the field. Peter Chernin, who is president and chief operating officer of News Corporation, notes...

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Society of Professional Journalists - Northern California Chapter president  Liz Enochs greeted the ...
Society of Professional Journalists - Northern California Chapter president, Liz Enochs greeted the audience with an opening address at the SPJ Town Hall Meeting on Wed. April 6, 2011 at the Koret Auditorium at the Main branch of the San Francisco Public Library

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