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Who said only hot tech start-ups should make the news? Here’s how to get...

Does your business belong in the media if it is not a cutting-edge tech start-up or multi-million dollar global enterprise? If you send journalists...

Here’s some news on Newsmodo and Superman, too!

Newsmodo is a new resource that pools the talents of professional journalists, videographers, and others to break stories at break-neck speeds. Legit newsrooms can search for an purchase white-hot, fresh stories from around the globe for use in the full spectrum of digital and legacy media platforms. When contributors capture something newsworthy, they set a price and upload the images, footage and/or story to Newsmodo’s marketplace. Newsmodo facilitates the sale, copyright exchange and payments across all currencies.

Should we blame Twitter for the rolling coverage of every disaster? What should television...

Is the real-time coverage of every natural disaster an attempt by television news executives to try to be meaningful in the era of social media? If it is, then I don't think the strategy is working. Personally, I blame Twitter.

Free news app enters the market… yes, not a pay wall in sight!

Local, state, national and global headlines are updated throughout the day for Local Today users to access at any time for free. Given the current state-of-play this is a valuable offer as most media outlets have begun to charge for content.

The budget, the mining tax, falling shares… why is the government "all over the...

RMIT economist Sinclair Davidson talks about the latest employment figures, which look positive. He criticises the mining super tax, saying the government is all over the place on the issue and questions assertions in the Federal Budget that we are headed back for a surplus.

The budget, the mining tax, falling shares… why is the government “all over the...

RMIT economist Sinclair Davidson talks about the latest employment figures, which look positive. He criticises the mining super tax, saying the government is all over the place on the issue and questions assertions in the Federal Budget that we are headed back for a surplus.

TV news reporting by the book (spoof)

The format for composing TV news reports contains less than meets the eye. Much less, as English satirist Charlie Brook reveals in this searing exposé.

Great Reads… from Beyond the ‘Hill

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Great Reads… from Beyond the 'Hill

More Great Reads from Beyond the 'Hill

Great Reads from Beyond the ‘Hill – August 5, 2009

Interesting posts from everywhere we just had to share. 100 Terrific Twitter Feeds for Young Entrepreneurs Select Courses Amazon Should Let Kindle Go Business Week A third of young...

Great Reads from Beyond the ‘Hill – August 4, 2009

Interesting posts from everywhere we just had to share. ANZ joins NAB and Westpac to windback private equity Herald Sun National Australia Bank and Westpac...

Great Reads from Beyond the ‘Hill – August 3, 2009

Interesting posts from everywhere we just had to share. Weird Advice on How to Win Any Argument AllWeirdNews The Great American Bubble Machine : Rolling Stone...

Great Reads from Beyond the 'Hill – August 3, 2009

Interesting posts from everywhere we just had to share. Weird Advice on How to Win Any Argument AllWeirdNews The Great American Bubble Machine : Rolling Stone...

Great Reads from Beyond the ‘Hill – July 29, 2009

Interesting posts from everywhere we just had to share. How To Hack Your Brain, Part 1: Sleep DustinCurtis.com Too much networking? MSNBC A network expert argues that less social...

Great Reads from Beyond the 'Hill – July 29, 2009

Interesting posts from everywhere we just had to share. How To Hack Your Brain, Part 1: Sleep DustinCurtis.com Too much networking? MSNBC A network expert argues that less social...

Great Reads from Beyond the ‘Hill – July 28, 2009

Interesting posts from everywhere we just had to share. Monetising social networks: Tweeting all the way to the bank The Economist Can virtual communities make billions...

Great Reads from Beyond the 'Hill – July 28, 2009

Interesting posts from everywhere we just had to share. Monetising social networks: Tweeting all the way to the bank The Economist Can virtual communities make billions...

Great Reads from Beyond the ‘Hill – July 23, 2009

Interesting posts from elsewhere we just had to share.

Great Reads from Beyond the 'Hill – July 23, 2009

Interesting posts from elsewhere we just had to share.

Great Reads from Beyond the ‘Hill – July 22, 2009

The psychology of overconfidence The New Yorker Banks, battles, and the psychology of overconfidence. by Malcolm Gladwell Google Says Mobile App Stores Have No Future...

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