Automakers tuning out traditional in-car radios →
The in-dash car radio, with its dials and knobs, isn’t signing off yet. But it’s past its prime in the eyes of some automakers, and most aren’t prepared to spend much time or money tinkering with it. Radio faces yet another challenge in its on-going “I’m not quite dead yet!” evolution.
CBS News: "Too far? Newspaper publishes gun owner... →
My friend and broadcast education colleague Hub Brown from Syracuse is featured in this CBS News feature from this morning about a newspaper’s decision to publish the names of gun owners in a couple of New York counties.
Mobile Apps: We Interrupt This Broadcast
ottfutureoftv: “A new study by Flurry, a mobile-analytics company, shows that usage of mobile apps is rapidly catching up with television.” http://blog.flurry.com/bid/92105/Mobile-Apps-We-Interrupt-This-Broadcast http://www.businessinsider.com/mobile-apps-television-time-spent-2012-12 Interesting chart; web browsing and television use are fairly flat while mobile continues to grow. But at...
Engel and crew are safe →
A positive resolution to a scary story.
Apples loses in court →
Not the outcome they were hoping for against Samsung.
NBC's Richard Engel is reportedly missing in Syria →
Apparently, NBC’s veteran foreign affairs corrpondent hasn’t been heard from since Thursday morning.
Murdoch's 'The Daily' to shut down →
After a ton of money but very few subscribers, Rupert Murdoch has to stop the bleeding.
Should people pay journalists and photojournalists to do what they do? As long...– Stephen Mayes, Director, VII Photo Agency, in an interview with Wired. Photographs Are No Longer Things, They’re Experiences. (via futurejournalismproject)
Larry Hagman has died →
The “Dallas” star died Friday at 81.
Let there be pie
convivialgentleman: by CouponCabin.Learn about data visualization tools. Read More Now THIS is a pie chart.