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Interdrone: Drones and Dronalism, Coming Soon to a TV Station Near You

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Dronalism – the use of drones to provide TV news footage – will be coming soon to a station near you. Or maybe not. TV journalists, like many early adopters of drone technology, face resistance from a variety of sources. Read More »

Interview with Larry Brill, Author of ‘The Patterer’

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Ever wonder about those "winners" of the Bulwer-Lytton Fiction Contest? Read More »

The Mind of the Reader Is the New Journalist

Your hired! As a journalist on call. Read More »

Book Review: The Complete Idiot’s Guide to Writing Nonfiction by Christina Boufis

Beginning writer or pro, spend an hour with this book and learn lifelong strategies for a prolific writing career. Read More »

Book Review: Beef Stolen-Off by Liz Lipperman

Lipperman is the rising Texas mystery phenom and proves she is the eponymous beneficiary to Dame Christie-Texas style. Read More »

Book Review: Quest, Inc.: Can You Buy a New Life? by Justin Cohen

Is the Self-Help Industry really about getting better, or just a fancier form of snake oil? Read More »

TV Review: The Newsroom – “5/1″

This week's The Newsroom: knowing when to "hold" on the "big" story. Read More »

TV Review: The Newsroom – “Newsnight 2.0″

HBO's The Newsroom asks important questions about TV journalism while entertaining viewers with great writing and performances. Read More »

SXSW Interactive: Zombie Journalism and Superhero Journalism

Are you a Zombie or a Superhero Journalist? Read More »

An Interview With Author Edna Buchanan About Her New Novel, A Dark And Lonely Place

Edna Buchanan talks about the crime reporting that made her famous and her latest novel. Read More »