Monthly Archives: April 2011

Blog Innovates a Form of Journalism — Review on We the Media

It is time that Big Media’s monopoly is dismantled; It is time that grassroots journalists are joining in the conversation; Various innovative online technologies can make this conversation happen. For grassroots journalists, what will be the most powerful gadget in … Continue reading

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Who will be the First to Catch the Wave?

It is never wrong for the companies to prioritize their customers’ need in different levels. That’s the point I was trying to make in my last reading reflection by endorsing Christensen’s segmentation of three customer groups. However, disruptive innovations don’t … Continue reading

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How Media Evolution Affects News Reporting: Term Project

Thesis statement From print, broadcast to digital, technology transforms the media of news reporting, now the general public have faster and easier accesses to almost any content displayed by word, image, sound and video. In addition to display methods, the … Continue reading

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Give Right Customer the Right Product

Companies in either sunrise or sunset industries are clearly aware that they need to approach innovation, but their question is: “When? What are the signals for a change?” Start-ups and small-sized companies with limited resource and outreach are calling: “Are there … Continue reading

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A Glimpse of Pioneer Square

This is my first time visiting Pioneer Square. Surprisingly I found, the drizzle today by no means ruins the trip as it always does, but turns out to be perfect for a place so full of history. The square is … Continue reading

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COM 546 Preliminary Term Project Ideas

From print media to the Internet, the way people consume information has been reconstructed by the transformation of end platforms. It poses a series of reforms to journalism, the industry that provides information. As a former online news reporter, I’ve … Continue reading

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