Special Series: Year in Review 2010

    by Mark Glaser
    December 23, 2010
    Image by "Big Grey Mare":http://www.flickr.com/photos/biggreymare/4228929530/in/photostream/ via Flickr

    It’s holiday time, and that means travel mania, less work and yes, year-end roundups. Yes, they are the lazy way to finish out the year for journalists and bloggers around the world, the ultimate in traffic catnip. But we thought we could take a different approach, doing year-end roundups for each niche we cover at MediaShift, giving our correspondents the space to talk about important trends that happened in 2010, and pointing us toward what we might expect in 2011. And in one case, for the Top 10 media stories, we even collaborated with our audience using iEtherPad. Happy reading, and happy holidays!

    All the Year-End Posts

    > The Social Network, Streaming Boom Dominate Film in 2010 by Nick Mendoza

    > iPads, Print-on-Demand Slowly Transform Magazines in 2010 by Susan Currie Sivek


    > Online Censorship Grows in 2010, Showing Power of Netizens by Clothilde Le Coz

    > Top 3 New Media Legal Battles of 2010 by Jonathan Peters

    > 2010 – The Year Self-Publishing Lost Its Stigma by Carla King


    > Top 10 Media Stories of 2010 – WikiLeaks, Facebook, iPad Mania by Mark Glaser, as done collaboratively on the EtherPad


    What do you think about our series? Did we miss anything? What were your top media moments of 2010 and where do you see things heading in 2011.

    Mark Glaser is executive editor of MediaShift and Idea Lab. He also writes the bi-weekly OPA Intelligence Report email newsletter for the Online Publishers Association. He lives in San Francisco with his son Julian. You can follow him on Twitter @mediatwit.

    Tagged: e-books freedom of speech holidays ietherpad magazines music year end 2010

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