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Tag: Online Journalism Review

Dark thoughts at the new OJR

The Online Journalism Review [link now fixed], which disappeared a few months ago, is back. Annenberg School director Geneva Overholser unveils the new OJR. Here’s one difference: black type on a dark gray background. Hmm …

Online Journalism Review goes offline

The Online Journalism Review has ceased publication. I’m stunned, although it did strike me that there was a lack of clarity to its mission. Editor Bob Niles says he’ll continue on his own. I hope that the individual voice will allow him to bring greater focus to his work. I also hope Annenberg plans to keep the OJR archives up and running.

Perhaps this is a sign of online journalism’s growing maturity. After all, the Boston Computer Society and myriad other computer user groups of the 1970s, ’80s and ’90s died off once computers became just another tool. (Via Romenesko.)

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