Best Practices In Digital Storytelling

Join us for a webcast March 11 at 3:00 pm ET to learn how you can engage your audience emotionally and enhance your content through the promising growth area of digital storytelling. Based on his 30 years of experience in video production, James … read more

Get Out Of Your Grammar Rut

By Joanie Spencer One of an editor’s most telling traits is the meticulous eye for proper grammar. But editors can get into ruts, and it’s easy to forget the “why” behind edits. At the Kansas City chapter’s 2013 Boot … read more

Get Out Of Your Grammar Rut

By Joanie Spencer One of an editor’s most telling traits is the meticulous eye for proper grammar. But editors can get into ruts, and it’s easy to forget the “why” behind edits. At the Kansas City chapter’s 2013 Boot … read more

Bethune’s Back

Really well said by @johnbethune. His comments mirror my personal experience transforming a print outfit with a website into an online publishing outfit with print products. John’s spot on that it’s not a simple matter of doing online … read more

10 Tips for Keeping Your Digital Copy Clean

Kelly Saxton, associate director of publications and managing editor for Paralyzed Veterans of America’s Development, Marketing and Communications program, tells us why online publishing is no excuse for sloppy copy. Follow her practical ideas to keep your stories … read more

Innovate, Experiment, Evaluate, Repeat

Sharon Machlis, the online managing editor for Computerworld, shares why it’s important to constantly innovate, experiment and evaluate when it comes to improving communication among editorial staff or readers. There’s well-deserved emphasis these days on new technologies to … read more

3 Ways to Make Outside Contributors Shine

As the editor of a business-to-business publication, I rely on outside contributors to keep our pages stocked with insightful content – content that’s especially relevant to our readers because it was written by somebody in the same position … read more

Look Into the Numbers

By Maureen Alley Journalism and new media experienced a front-end collision in the last few years. Social media, faster news cycles and increased demand from all angles are driving journalists to report more at faster rates. And with … read more