College Media Podcast

College Media Podcast: 2012 Wrap-up

This week we take a look at some of the big stories of the year in college media. Here are links to some past coverage of those topics:

1. Red & Black Controversy

Dan’s Open Letter re: the R&B situation
SPLC reporting on the controversy (site search results)

2. Digital First

State Press at ASU Going Digital-First, Shifting From Daily to Weekly Print Paper (College Media Matters)

3. Tech Trends

Hosting options for college media, the (updated) 2012 edition (ICM)

4. Athletics/Administration and Social Media

Kansan Football Reporter Warned About Asking Questions at Press Conference with Head Coach (College Media Matters)

Kansas Football Coach Tweets Angrily About Daily Kansan Coverage of Team (College Media Matters)

Be Careful Student Sports Reporters, Your School May Have an In-Game Tweet Limit (College Media Matters)

NCAA attempts to hold back new media tide (Innovation in College Media, 2007) and more previous coverage

President’s Memo To Staff

Harvard Crimson Ends Policy Allowing School Officials to Review Quotes Prior to Publication

Daily Kent Stater’s Doug Brown Reveals Administrative Cover-Up in $1 Million Donor Investigation

5. April Fool’s Day

Daily Free Press editor-in-chief fired from paper

The College Media Podcast is available to stream here, or download an mp3 at this link. We’ll be back in 2013 with more news from the college journalism universe.