Post Tagged with: "journalism"

In The News / Interviewed

Sudan Reporters Go Online to Challenge Crackdown on Press

Contributed to a story about Sudan and online journalism for Bloomberg. Online media faces fewer restrictions because Sudan’s government may not want to spend substantial amounts of money to monitor it, given the low number of Internet users in the country, Philip Howard, a communications professor at Central European University in Budapest, Hungary, said in an […]

Book Chapter / Other Public Writing

Islam for Journalists

Just contributed to the Islam for Journalists e-book project with a chapter called “Digital Islam”.  The crisp looking pdf of the whole e-book is mirrored here, and it is also available on the cataloge page of the Reynolds Journalism Institute.  It was a neat project because we were supposed to anticipate the […]


Joining the Tow Center for Digital Journalism

I’ve accepted a research fellowship at the Tow Center for Digital Journalism at Columbia University’s School of Journalism.  They are developing a great network of scholars all doing various kinds of work on the impact of digital media on the organization of news rooms, the production of content, and the […]

Commentary Essays / In The News

TechPresident: Singapore Doesn’t Always Need Internet Censorship to Silence Critics

(This originally appeared as “Singapore Doesn’t Always Need Internet Censorship to Silence Critics” on TechPresident.  Redux + additional links on Freedom to Tinker.)   Singapore likes to promote itself as a business-friendly country where the government has a soft touch. But by firing a professor known for criticizing the government’s censorship strategies, […]