- Digital Book World 2018 Announces First Speakers and Program Structure (Bradley Metrock / Digital Book World)
- Run Book Run! From Physical Paper to Executable Online Books (The Visual Studio Blog)
- Why Doesn’t Everyone Love reading E-Books? (Caroline Myrberg / UKSG Insights)
- Kindle Just Turned 10, so Amazon Revealed the Most Popular Kindle Books of All Time (MJ Franklin / Mashable)
- Amazon’s Kindle Turns 10: have E-Books Clicked with You Yet? (Randy Lea / The Guardian)
- Pearson Closes DRM-Free E-Bookstore, Will Delete All E-Books From Customers’ Account (Nate Hoffelder / The Digital Reader)
- How German Readers Find and Choose E-Books – A Survey (Indies Go German)
Being a Minority Journalist in the Age of Trump
Nov. 27, 2017
NYU in New York
Reporters who cover the Trump Administration from the front lines tell us how they remain objective.
More information and registration here.
Journalism Education and Research Association of Australia Incorporated
Continue reading "Upcoming Events in Digital Media: Nov. 20 Edition"
NOVEMBER 2017 DEADLINES
The Bookmarks Awards
Digital Media and Marketing Association
The Bookmarks Awards, based in South Africa, honor excellence in digital work, from websites, app development and games to multimedia and digital journalism.
Deadline: Nov. 17, 2017
DECEMBER 2017 DEADLINE
SPJ: Fellow of the Society for Extraordinary Contribution to the Profession
This recognition honors journalists who have made an extraordinary contribution to the profession. Honorees must agree to attend the Excellence in Journalism Conference.
Deadline: December 1, 2017
JANUARY 2018 DEADLINES
New Media Film Festival Awards
For years, The New Media Film Festival has led the way Continue reading "Media and Journalism Awards: Nov. 16 Edition"
NOVEMBER 2017 DEADLINESTexas Tribune Student Fellowships
The Texas Tribune offers a number of paid Fellowships – Data Visuals, Reporting, Copy Editing, Photo Editing, Art, Events and Engagement – for both the spring and summer of 2018.
Deadline: Nov. 15, 2017 (summer 2018) Education Week Gregory M. Chronister Journalism Fellowship
Editorial Projects in Education, Inc. (EPE) is pleased to announce the inaugural Education Week Gregory M. Chronister Journalism Fellowship, to be awarded annually to an enterprising journalist in support of Continue reading "Media and Journalism Fellowships: Nov. 15 Edition"
- One of Asia’s Largest Tech IPOs This Year Involves the Cutting-Eedge Technology Known as Books (Page Turner / Quartz)
- This App Uses Machine Learning To Identify Esoteric Fonts (Katherine Schwab / FastCo Design)
- InDesign CC 2018: What It Means for EPUB (Laura Brady / EpubSecrets)
- Pronoun’s Crazy No-Cost E-Book Distribution Service is Shutting Down (Nate Hoffelder / The Digital Reader)
- Court Demands That Search Engines and Internet Service Providers Block Sci-Hub (Dalmeet Singh Chawla / Science Magazine)
- Bookeen’s Saga is a Middling Kindle Alternative with a Built-in Case (Brian Heater / TechCrunch)
- Pronoun(s) and Data — an Update (Andrew Rhomberg / Medium)
Featured TrainingsHow to Become a Mobile Ninja in the Field
We’re past the “Oh look! You can do journalism with a smartphone!” phase of mobile journalism. We know that using mobile devices gives us mobility, a production office in the field and a way to generate content quickly from the scene. Unfortunately, there are increasing demands Continue reading "Upcoming Trainings and Courses: Nov. 14 Edition"
Technology, Media & Democracy: Protecting Journalism and Media from Attack
Nov. 13, 2017
New York City
News organizations and individual journalists face unprecedented legal, cyber and physical threat. Panelists will explore the risk and what can be done. The event is organized by the Tech, Media and Democracy Initiative Continue reading "Upcoming Events in Digital Media: Nov. 13 Edition"