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Thursday, July 06, 2006

Spokane

Picked this up at The Thicket:
. . . the Spokesman-Review began broadcasting its twice-daily editorial meetings over the Internet. In a world where the public -- and indeed legislatures -- are often in the dark on how decisions are made on what stories newspapers cover and feature, this is an eye-popping, jaw-dropping moment.

Anyone with a decent Internet connection and free QuickTime software can watch and listen as editors and reporters debate and analyze the day's news . . . .
Wow.

George Pyle and the Pyle-Drivers are blogging over at the Tribune -- respect them for that -- but how long until we see something like this webcast in Utah?
Read the article in Editor & Publisher

Watch their meetings (10:00 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. PST)

Scope out the area

Download QuickTime

1 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

"... In a world where the public -- and indeed legislatures -- are often in the dark on how decisions are made on what stories newspapers cover and feature, this is an eye-popping, jaw-dropping moment.

Wow."

Here's something that would really be eye-popping and jaw-dropping: The Utah Senate (and Utah House) G.O.P. Caucus meetings (all of them, including the important ones) available for viewing on the internet. Talk about the public being "in the dark," Just a thought.

7/07/2006 12:26 PM  

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