I’m at Fortune Magazine’s Brainstorm conference in Aspen for the first time, participating in a session on the future of entertainment in a digital world.
Posts on ‘June 27th, 2006’
The National Review, like its pals in the Bush administration, is in a froth over the New York Times’ valiant reporting on administration’s secretive spying on everyone and everything. Now, clueless on what it means to enjoy free-speech rights in our republic, the NR huffs and puffs: Publications such as the Times, which act irresponsibly […]
Jay Rosen: The People Formerly Known as the Audience. The people formerly known as the audience are simply the public made realer, less fictional, more able, less predictable. You should welcome that, media people. But whether you do or not we want you to know we’re here. What traditional media folks need to do is […]