This week on the MediaShift podcast, Mark talks to Connie Guglielmo, editor-in-chief of CNET News about Apple standing up to the government and diversity in tech. Plus, this week’s biggest digital media stories: Media stocks get hit by cord-cutting; The Independent ends its print edition; and Mark Luckie joins Reddit. Mark also digs into what BuzzFeed is doing right in his Rant & Rave.
Don’t have a lot of time to spare but still to get a roundup of the week’s top news? Then check out our Digital Media Brief below!
Digital Media Brief
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Mark Glaser is executive editor and publisher of MediaShift and Idea Lab. He is an award-winning writer and accidental entrepreneur, who has taken MediaShift from a one-person blog to a growing media company with events such as Collab/Space workshops and weekend hackathons; the weekly MediaShift podcast; and digital training, DigitalEd, in partnership with top journalism schools. You can follow him on Twitter @mediatwit.
Connie Guglielmo is Editor-in-Chief of CNET News and is responsible for overseeing the global news team as they cover breaking news, and deliver analysis and features. She’s a veteran tech reporter and editor who has worked in around and Silicon Valley for MacWEEK, Wired, Upside, Interactive Week, Bloomberg News and Forbes. Follow her @techledes
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Jefferson Yen is the producer for the Mediatwits Podcast. His work has been on KPCC Southern California Public Radio and KRTS Marfa Public Radio. You can follow him @jeffersontyen.