- Looking back on the ‘00s: A look at how social media changed reporting over the past decade.
- Rock star PR move – January edition: Grand Forks turned a printing error into a well-placed plug for the area.
- The reality disconnect in American politics: New evidence: Chris Georgacas predicted that 2010 will be an anti-incumbent and anti-establishment year.
- Newspapers rethink Internet anonymity: Newspapers debated about regulating online comments.
- The ultimate retweet: The Library of Congress archived all public tweets.
- A lesson in journalistic ethics: A reporter outed an openly gay senior pastor in the Minnesota-based magazine Lavender.
- Putting the hyper in hyper-local news: Community-specific websites battled mainstream media to cover the suburbs.
Monday, December 27, 2010
For many media outlets, New Years is an excuse to reminisce about the previous year and create hundreds of lists announcing the top stories, events, and people of the year. At The GH Spin, we agree – it just wouldn’t be New Years if we didn’t have a “best of” list. Here are some of our top blogs from 2010: