The Verge :: The gulf between people and police is widening, and comedian W. Kamau Bell is podcasting about it.
Jewish Press :: About mainstream media’s twisted reporting on Israel, Lavie says: ‘I was not sensitive to it because I am Jewish, I was sensitive to it because I’m a journalist.‘
Stanford :: This visualization plots over 140,000 newspapers published over three centuries in the United States. The data comes from the Library of Congress’ “Chronicling America” project, which maintains a regularly updated directory of newspapers.
VentureBeat :: WhatsApp, the Facebook-owned mobile messaging app, might be landing on desktops in the near future.
Guardian :: Channel 4’s Alex Thomson filmed Ebola crisis in Sierra Leone and shared the short videos on Twitter.
Journalism.co.uk :: We all know Kickstarter, but what are some of the specialised platforms out there that could help journalists fund their projects?
The Verge :: For better or for worse (but mostly worse), this has become a first-world problem, one with many solutions. If someone wants to watch something you don’t, you can pretty much tune out while still being there.