Monthly Archives: November 2010

Questionnaire

SuBmoJour- Questionnaire Proposal from Japan-Unit

 

[Note] This questionnaire is just a proposal, and including almost whole things that we discussed. (According to our preliminary interview and research about the Japanese Web-Journalism market.) May be it is too much for usage, so please use just for the reference.

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Case Study: Bargain Babe (USA)

Based on an interview Nov 17 2010 with editor-publisher Julia Scott.

The name of the publication and / or company

Bargain Babe

Established

January 2009

Form of the organization

Web address

http://www.bargainbabe.com

Describe the site or business in few words

I share strategy, coupons, and inspiration to help people save money. Money saving tips.

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Case Study: Artsjournal (USA)

Based on an interview with editor-publisher Douglas McLennan November 16 2010

The name of the publication and / or company

ArtsJournal

Established

September 13th 1999

Web address

http://www.artsjournal.com

Describe your site or business in few words.

An aggregator of cultural news and a host for 66 arts bloggers. Aggregators look at 200-300 publications and 2000-plus stories per day and pick out the most interesting 20 to 30 stories across the arts; music, dance, theater, visual, publishing, people issues and. It’s a kind of digest that you can quickly see what are the crucial things in the cultural world that are going on.

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Talking Point Memo: The First 10 Years

By Michael Calderone: Josh Marshall says he “didn’t have much sense going in of what TPM would become” when he started blogging on the Florida presidential recount at Talking Points Memo a decade ago. Neither did anyone else. Blogging didn’t exactly seem like a wise career choice for a political journalist in his early 30s, with aspirations to be a long-form magazine writer.

Yahoo! The Culine: Josh Marshall on TPM’s first 10 years (and its next 10)