What does it cost to add the Associated Press, or their Youth Oriented Feeds to a website, does it include videos, and is it worth it? [more inside]
What other business news coverage is similar to NPR's Marketplace? [more inside]
I need new websites from which to get my daily dose of interesting links, articles, pictures etc. [more inside]
What's the best news site to link to for AP articles? Are there any free news sites that permanently archive their wire stories? [more inside]
Is there a source of just general national (U.S.) stories from the AP and Reuters wires, spanning roughly the 1980s-2000s? Plaintext news is needed. [more inside]
Failing college editors? Where did I read this article? [more inside]
What is that alarm-like sound that you hear in the background when the news is showing footage of fires. (This question is not as stupid as it looks... look inside) [more inside]
Wow! Did that news ticker really just say that? Is is true? What effect is it going to have? What website can I go to for the real info as it happens, including discovering what the courts have just banned from being published locally? [more inside]
I'm looking for good examples of how a newspaper's reader discussion forum should be managed. [more inside]
Sometime in the early late 60's and 70's I used to read a medical news magazine MD edited by Dr Felix Marti-Ibanez in the medical library. [more inside]
I enjoy reading the Knight Science Journalism Tracker, an MIT website that gives timely peer review to popular science journalism. Can anyone recommend similar sites or blogs that do the same for other types of news. I'd love to find a site that uses a similar format to both cover world events and critique their coverage at the same time, for example.
I find that I don't read enough news. When I look at the headlines I am lost about the history of the situation. Does anyone know of a news site that has the news with good historical link-outs to give me a broader understanding of the situation?
Which old guard news organizations have the best internet policy? [more inside]
What's a good, off the shelf CMS for newspaper/magazine publishing? [more inside]
What are the benefits of following the news? [more inside]
Within the past year, I read an article about a corporation where employees set their own pay. Other functions are similarly innovative. I vaguely remember a connection to Brazil/Latin America. What is this company? Where can I find more?
I'm looking for some good Mandarin Chinese online reading -- news, blogs, etc. Very simple -- no fancy academic language. [more inside]
How can I automate the exporting of Keep New blog posts from Bloglines to del.icio.us? [more inside]
Awhile ago I found a link to an RSS reader called Good News on this site. It was fun while I had it, but thanks to a reformat due to overly gregarious bluescreens, I lost the installer. It's one of those independent open source thingers with an address buried deep on a personal website, if I remember right, and its name is making it impossible to search for. Could anyone help me find it again?
Who is this black man on the Today show? [more inside]
A good friend of mine spends each evening with her Mom in a nursing home. An aide told her that they had a staff meeting due to murders in Colorado (perhaps she has state wrong). [more inside]
Does anyone here remember an incident that may have happened during the filming of Titanic? I remember a story that I read in the newspaper around that time saying that several people were taken to hospital after unknowingly ingesting a hallucinogen at a cast party. [more inside]
Where can I find intelligent, non-partisan (or, failing that, bi-partisan) explanation of the recent Military Commissions Act of 2006. [more inside]
How easy would it be to set up some PCs to record the local news on several channels for purposes of offering a media clipping service? [more inside]
Storytelling, deep news stories, themed narratives: Podcasts in this vein wanted. Think "This American Life" but not always as funny or quirky, or the longer news stories on NPR that use the lens of a smaller story-within-a-story. Artsy takes on news also welcome. In addition, which Latino podcasts (in the same general format) have caught your ear? [more inside]
Do you know of any good news sites that provide full articles, or at the very least decent sized excerpts, in their RSS feed? [more inside]
I'm looking for high resolution video of the Mission Accomplished moment, from network perspectives. [more inside]
Have there been any situations (either real or in fiction) where the media interfered enough with a criminal investigation that it actually changed the outcome of the investigation? [more inside]
Are there any particularly good RSS feeds for Latin American news? [more inside]
What’s wrong with The Register? [more inside]
Let's say you've been living in a hole for the last two weeks or so and have no knowledge of current events and limited reading time. Where would be a good place to gain information quickly? [more inside]
I start a new job next week at a local newspaper in the production end of ad sales...ie. design. This will be the first time I've worked in three years. I dumbed down my resume a lot to get the job, which I really want. It's in a small town, which I moved to three years ago and the paper publishes twice a week....small town....really small town. I used to work at a high profile 24 hour Cable News Network located in Atlanta, GA, which shall remain nameless, wink. wink, in a very stressful, high responsibility position... [more inside]
There's a site somewhere that archives a ton of news video from 9/11 -- before, during and after the planes hit. It's network news, CNN, that kind of stuff. Anyone know where that site is?
What are your favorite blog/news sites on a specific subject? [more inside]
[Newsfilter] How would one go about finding out who and when broke the big news? [more inside]
I need some examples of (major) news stories that were either generated, or kept alive, by blogs and bloggers. but my mind has gone blank. Can anyone help? All suggestions welcome..
I see corrections in newspapers all the time. And now come to think about it Ive NEVER seen my local TV news do a correction. Nobody is perfect. So how do they deal with mea culpas? [more inside]
My ISP will be discontinuing news services at the end of May. They are doing this because Giganews is increasing their fee to my ISP to the point where their news service would be offered at a loss. Who do you use as a news server? I download both text and binaries.
I'm trying to get into the spirit of "Web 2.0"-ish news sites -- the ones that let users tag, vote on, share and produce their own stories. But contrasted with the fireside feeling of reading blogs, the news-aggregator experience has seemed sort of cold, fragmented and short on users. What hot, promising or lively user-generated news services have you discovered?
Who can tell me anything about a company called Newstex? Are they legit? [more inside]
I need an easy-to-sign-up mailing list for my neighborhood's breaking news. [more inside]
I’m looking for a special kind of news website or resource. [more inside]
A newspeak / new language question. [more inside]
So my (relatively) new campus has no good student newspapers. The student body has no voice, and very little community. I am thinking of founding a simple paper, printed on 11 X 17. I should mention that I have no experience in journalism layout and design and advertising and whatnot. So what resources, programs, links, suggestions, tips, etc. does the MeFi crew have? [more inside]
how or where does one sign up to receive UK press releases? Are there centralized sources or do the releasing parties pick who to send news to? [more inside]
Recommend me good PC gaming websites. [more inside]
Positive stories about Africa. [more inside]
Next Friday I will be the producer for a 30 minute radio newsmagazine. What should the theme of the show be? [more inside]
Did the President's Advisory Panel on Tax Reform radically change their plans at the last minute? I read through the first few chapters of their report (released November 1), and then googled to try to find some independent analysis. Several of the top links are angry articles from around October 14, talking about how the panel is going to recommend nothing more than a couple of minor tweaks to programs to pay for repealing the AMT, and won't "seek a wholesale reform of our tax code." But the report that came out on November 1 seems to recommend drastic changes, essentially throwing out most of the existing tax code and rewriting it from scratch. (Not that that's a bad thing.) What happened between October 14 and November 1?