All posts tagged change

NYTimes 2020 report: What it means for visual journalism, there and elsewhere

By Ron Reason The New York Times today released its 2020 report, identifying various targets for newsroom innovation and improvement, and there’s lots of good news for visual and multimedia journalists, at the Times and elsewhere. I’ve been following the Times closely since examining its evolution, and spending time with Executive Editor Dean Baquet, in my […]




4 big ways the NYTimes is helping us teach ‘design and disruption’

Manhattan meets Montana: With great help from Times staff, we have a front row seat to study news media innovation, leadership, risk and hope By Ron Reason Several months of discussing innovation and change at The New York Times culminates this Thursday for our class, “Critical Thinking About Design and Disruption,” when Times Executive Editor Dean Baquet comes to campus as […]




How do you define (or redefine) yourself?

A visit last week by my college buddy John England (a fine country-western singer and bandleader in Nashville) prompted me to write this post. In our catching-up conversations, somehow this came up: “What would you like your epitaph to be, on your tombstone? Newspaperman?” he asked. I was a bit taken aback, not so much […]




The new Trib tab: How’d they do that?

[Chicago] It’s a big week of change and not just in D.C. Here in Chicago, newspaper readers like me woke up today to another innovation from the Tribune – a new compact format of the daily newspaper. (The company’s tabloid sibling, Red Eye, has been around for a while, but it’s a different creature: a […]