Media re:public from the Berkman Center for Internet and Society at Harvard University released their research papers, contributions from media experts and four case studies.
Overview by Persephone Miel and Robert Faris
News and Information as Digital Media Come of Age
52 pages, PDF
International News: Bringing about the Golden Age
Principles for a New Media Literacy
Pat Aufderheide/Jessica Clark
Public Broadcasting and Public Affairs: Opportunities and challenges for public broadcasting’s role in provisioning the public with news and public affair
Ernest Wilson III
Digital Media, Democracy and Diversity: an Imperfect Discourse
Pride of Place: Mainstream Media and the Networked Public Sphere
Editors — the best is yet to come?
Persephone Miel and Robert Faris
A Typology for Media Organizations
iReport: Participatory Media Joins a Global News Brand
The Chi-Town Daily News: Creating a New Supply of Local News
by Matt Hampel
The Gothamist Network: Gateway to Local News?
by Dan J. Levy
The Forum, Deerfield, NH: Seeking Sustainability in Hyperlocal Journalism
by Khadija Amjad
All papers are free to download on the Media re:public Download page
via Dan Gillmor on Center for Citizen Media
(Cross posted on Hugo E. Martin on Media & Marketing)