Rather than have a big long list of blogs in the right column like most others do, this is my page of recommended new-media-focused blogs (and websites). It’s a collection of ones that I simply like to read, plus those of friends, colleagues and new-media industry gurus.
Alan Abbey’s blog
Alan is a new-media consultant in Israel, and former Internet honcho for a couple of Israel’s biggest newspapers.
Amy Gahran – Contentious
Amy is an online-content and citizen-media guru, and self-described “provocateur.” Amy and I started the E-Media Tidbits blog (now published by the Poynter Institute) in 2000.
Ask Derek Scruggs
An Internet entrepreneur based in Boulder, Colorado, Derek is my former business partner on the Enthusiast Group. This is his blog.
BlogNetNews News Innovation
Aggregated feed of bloggers who cover new media and the general theme of news innovation.
Jeff Jarvis’ media/new-media blog. Jeff’s a prolific and influential blogger, former mainstream-media executive now a media consultant, and he often touches on citizen-media and social-networking topics.
Blog and website for online content and community consultant Joel Fugazzotto.
Blog of online community/social media/new media guru Dan Pacheco.
Dan Gillmor’s blog
This is the citizen-media guru’s blog. Dan is director of the Center for Citizen Media, director of the Knight Center for Digital Media Entrepreneurship at Arizona State University, and a former San Jose Mercury News technology columnist.
David Berkowitz’s Marketing Blog
Interactive marketing insight and trends from marketer, columnist, speaker and strategist.
Editor on the Verge
Online musings from the newsroom and beyond, by Yoni Greenbaum.
Danish online journalism resource (in Danish!).
A group blog (20+ contributors) covering online news and new media, published by the Poynter Institute. Amy Gahran and I started this blog in 2000, then it moved to Poynter when I took a job there as a senior editor. I was Tidbits’ editor for 4 years; I continue to write for it periodically.
Brad Feld is a managing director at Mobius Venture Capital and lives in Boulder, Colorado (and Homer, Alaska). His blog covers the Internet investment world and is a must-read for Internet entrepreneurs.
Covering mostly newspapers online, by an online news pioneer.
Imagining the Future of Newspapers blog
Great group blog of news new-media thinkers by the Newspaper Association of America.
It’s the End of the Publishing World as We Know It, and I Feel Fine
B2B publishing executive Dan Blank on publishing, innovation and the Web.
Jay Small’s Blog
Part of his Small Initiatives consulting practice. Jay is an online news guru whose day job is with E.W. Scripps.
JD Lasica’s New Media Musings
JD is a star new-media blogger and co-founder of OurMedia.org.
K. Paul Mallasch’s thoughts and views on media in general and grassroots journalism (or independent media) in particular.
K. Paul Mallasch’s community where independent publishers can share ideas, information, stories, etc.
Consultant Peter Krasilovsky’s take on what’s important and why, especially in the local search and media space.
This is a great group blog (led by Cory Bergman) about new media, with special emphasis on the intersection of the Internet and broadcasting.
Matthew Buckland’s blog
Matthew is a South African online-news pioneer and guru, and is general manager of the Mail & Guardian Online.
PR digital guru Steve Rubel on how technology is revolutionizing media and marketing.
New Media Bytes
Blog about changing face of news media online by Shawn Smith of MLive.com.
How to adapt the practice and business of journalism to the Web, by Michael Amedeo Tumolillo.
NYU’s Jay Rosen on the transformation of media in the digital age. Consistently thoughtful.
Mark Potts is a consultant and entrepreneur. These are his thoughts on the media, the Internet, Web 2.0 and changes in how we create, receive and interact with news, information and advertising.
Roger Fidler: Up Front
Periodic essays from a news industry digital pioneer.
If you’re in the news business and you don’t read Jim Romenesko’s blog on Poynter Online … well, what’s wrong with you?