Professional Publications and Invited Talks
How Citizen Journalism Can Work, Universidade Nova de Lisboa / New University of Lisbon, Lisbon, Portugal.
Talk [PDF] in the Beyond Advertising and Nielsens: Non-Economic Drivers and New Business Models (Crowd-Sourcing, Co-Creation, etc.), and their Integration into Traditional Media and Audience Research Plenary Session of the 2013 International Media Management Academic Association.
Viability in born-digital news enterprises, Les nouvelles pratiques du journalisme 2012 Conférence (New Practices in Journalism in 2012 Conference). SciencesPo École de journalism, Paris, France.
Talk presenting new research that shows how born-digital news enterprises can build viability while doing quality, accountability journalism.
Re-imagining Media Management Research in the Digital Age, Columbia University, New York.
Talk and working paper on the need to focus more research on born-digital news enterprises for the 2012 meeting of the International Media Management Academics Association.
We’re Drowning, Right? ... Accountability Journalism in the Digital Age, Huffington Post UK and Gates Cambridge Blog.
Short article for a lay audience on modern media viability.
Reporters and Evangelists: Politics of Online News, South by Southwest Festival, Austin, TX.
Panel discussion on how online news organizations cover and are impacted by national-level politics.
The Future of the Daily Newspapers, Western Economic Association International 86th Annual Conference, San Diego, CA.
Panelist and presented short paper [pdf] comparing the cost and revenue structures of newspapers and born-digital news enterprises.
The Necessity of Smart Work, OhmyNews International Citizen Journalists Forum, Seoul.
Talk on best practices for remote working in news enterprises.
OhmyNews! Lessons in Citizen Journalism from Korea, Online News Association, London, UK.
Talk to members of the London Online News Association group. See coverage in The Guardian.
The Development of Citizen Journalism, University of Cambridge, Cambridge, UK.
MPhil dissertation on the conditions necessary for the development of citizen journalism.
Complexity and Scale in Audio Archives, EDUCAUSE Review.
Lead Author: Jerry Goldman. Technical paper on using the use of semantic software to manage large-scale, digital audio archives.
Complexity and Scale in Audio Archives, National Science Foundation (US)/Joint Information Systems Committee Repositories Workshop, Phoenix, AZ.
Lead Working Paper Author: Jerry Goldman. Invitee to and co-author of a working paper for a U.S./UK discussion on how to
manage digital repositories in for the humanities and other non-technical sciences.
American Cemetery in Cambridge, National War Museums Duxford, and King's College