By: E&P Staff
In today’s links, Washington Post editor Len Downie is trying to keep pictures of him partying with a drag queen from leaking out, the CEO of E.W. Scripps urges j-school grads to take risks, and Mark Glaser notes that the Wall Street Journal has made good headway this year online.
— The head of the E.W. Scripps Co. urged graduating journalism students to be risk takers and help mold the future of a fast-changing media industry. (ASU’s Cronkite School of Journalism)
— Harry Jaffe: Washington Post editor Len Downie had a R-rated encounter with a drag queen during a party this month — but so far the photos have stayed private. (Washingtonian)
— “We’re sorry about the paper,” says Denver Post. (Denver Post)
— Mark Glaser: Much has changed in the past year at the Wall Street Journal as the American business-news leader has launched blogs, boosted its podcasts, and even dabbled in regular video reports. (PBS Media Shift)
— Marketers and ad agencies are trying to learn the new language of video advertising on the Internet. (Variety)