The blogger/journalist debate, Newseum to publish front pages of weeklies & more: Editor’s media picks – 4/18

Appeals court says blogs are not only media, they’re an important source of news and commentary By Mathew Ingram It would be nice if the debate over whether bloggers are journalists could be put to rest, more than a decade after it first began, and especially after bloggers like Glenn Greenwald have not only broken [...]

Kushner and Spitz hand deliver Los Angeles Register, NYT and Starbucks team up & more: Editor’s media picks — 4/17

Editorial: We’re in good hands with these 25 under 35 By Ed Zintel Do not panic. Do not worry yourself about the future of newspapers. Like Allstate Insurance says, “You’re in Good Hands.” At least that’s what we here at E&P gathered after reviewing the nominations for this year’s 25 Under 35 feature. Not just [...]

Broadcasters to have hard time getting JSA waivers, most powerful people in media & more: Editor’s media picks – 4/16

A look at the state of local public media via Localore The Association of Independents in Radio released a review of their Localore project, an initiative meant to provide support for local public media producers working on entrepreneurial projects. The report, called What’s Outside, looks at the impact of the project — including digital, broadcast, [...]

Freedom Communications to launch more papers, AOL puts video on front page & more: Editor’s media picks – 4/15

Boston Globe gathers people touched by bombing at marathon finish line By Andrew Beaujon “Nobody wanted to leave,” the Globe writes about a photo shoot that gathered “survivors, police, firefighters, EMTs, doctors, nurses, runners, political figures, store owners, the Boston Athletic Association, Red Sox and Bruins players” for a photo — with an interactive presentation [...]

Photographers make money with Instagram, The Guardian to launch paper in U.S. & more: Editor’s media picks – 4/14

Another photographer just made $10K-plus with an Instagram flash sale A few weeks ago, I wrote about Daniel Arnold, a Brooklyn photographer who was nearly flat broke until he held a one-day sale of prints through Instagram that netted him more than $15,000… More via Forbes.com FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler leans on candor to get his [...]