Posts Tagged ‘ New Media Update ’

Denver Tests ‘Individuated Newspaper’ Delivery

Jun 23rd, 2009 | By | Category: The New Media Update

A media conglomerate is experimenting with delivering newspapers that are customized, not just with neighborhood news for a single part of town, but with custom newsgathering for each individual newspaper customer. MediaNews Group, parent company of The Denver Post, is using a downtown hotel and a neighborhood in Denver as a guinea pig for its […]

UK Primary Grades Won’t Dump History For Twitter, After All

Apr 7th, 2009 | By | Category: Commentary, The New Media Update

A week or so ago, we wrote about reports that changes to curriculum in grade schools in the UK would forsake “studying things like the Second World War and the Victorians in favor of Twitter, Wikipedia and podcasts.” A review of, and updates to, the country’s centrally-proscribed curriculum would have meant requiring student fluency in […]