AltMedia

May 10
A.K.A.: South Carolina politics reporter.

A.K.A.: South Carolina politics reporter.


(via artvoice)


May 9
newmanology:

Riverfront Times, September 22, 2011Art director: Tom Carlson, illustration: Tim Lane
This is part of a story I wrote in the current issue of UK graphic design bible Eye magazine. See excerpts plus images that aren’t in the magazine story here.

newmanology:

Riverfront Times, September 22, 2011
Art director: Tom Carlson, illustration: Tim Lane

This is part of a story I wrote in the current issue of UK graphic design bible Eye magazine. See excerpts plus images that aren’t in the magazine story here.



visualinguist:

The Dispossessed: May 2nd, 2012
Illustration by Brian Stauffer

visualinguist:

The Dispossessed: May 2nd, 2012

Illustration by Brian Stauffer


May 8
“Live your Life. Live your Life. Live your Life.” Maurice Sendak has died. We’re changing the entire show today to remember him. This quote is from his most recent Fresh Air appearance last year. (via nprfreshair)

(via npr)


“We were slow to get into the digital space because we always were free and print had always been our product. Then we took a nosedive when the economy went bad and with Craigslist on the scene. We began innovating because we didn’t have a choice. Our survival depended on it.”

Tiffany Shackelford, Executive Director of the Association of Alternative Newsmedia (AAN) and ONA DC organizer. Poynter highlights how alt-weeklies are finding new uses for their content online, with examples from across the country. 

Read more: How some alt-weeklies are innovating their way out of a crisis | Poynter.

(via onaissues)

(via onaissues)


May 4

Apr 21
good:

A writer confronts her tabloid habit:

I had way too many opinions on celebrities and way too few on issues that directly affected me, like health care or jobs. It was time for a change. 

Five ways for balancing your media diet.

good:

A writer confronts her tabloid habit:

I had way too many opinions on celebrities and way too few on issues that directly affected me, like health care or jobs. It was time for a change. 

Five ways for balancing your media diet.


Apr 20

(via npr)