11 daily newspapers on journalism and media, powered by social links

Paper.li takes links that have been shared on Twitter and Facebook and turns them into what they call “daily newspapers.” Each publication can be powered by  links shared by one person’s social friends, or by people on specific Twitter lists. Here are 11 such Paper.li papers based on some journalism and media lists on Twitter.

  1. J Daily, based on links shared by 332 people on a Twitter list created by me.
  2. J List Daily, based on links shared by 43 people on a Twitter list created by Journalism.co.uk.
  3. Journalists to Follow Daily, based on links shared by 35 people on a Twitter list created by the Society of Professional Journalists.
  4. Linkers Daily, based on links shared by 114 people on a Twitter list created by New York Times editor Patrick LaForge.
  5. Media Daily, based on links shared by 92 people on a Twitter list created by Mashable’s Pete Cashmore.
  6. Media Analysis Daily, based on links shared by 47 people on a Twitter list created by The Huffington Post’s Craig Kanalley.
  7. Media Thinkers Daily, based on links shared by 58 people on a Twitter list created by journalism educator Mindy McAdams.
  8. Mediawonks Daily, based on links shared by 199 people on a Twitter list created by CUNY journalism professor Jeff Jarvis.
  9. Top Journalism Linkers Daily, based on links shared by 16 people on a Twitter list also created by Jay Rosen.
  10. Young Guns of Journalism Daily, based on links shared by 88 people on a Twitter list created by Spot.Us creator David Cohn.
  11. Young Smart Newsies Daily, based on links shared by 68 people on a Twitter list created by NYE journalism professor Jay Rosen.

If you know of other useful Paper.li publications related to journalism or the news industry, please add (and link to) them in the comments below.

Top sources for news about journalism (part one)

Jay Rosen (@jayrosen_nyu) has a great Twitter list of Top Journalism Linkers. I asked some of the people on that list to share their top sources for journalism news. Here are their replies.

  1. Kevin Sablan
    ksablan Question for @ckanal @jeffjarvis @mediatwit @mediagazer @cressman @mathewi: What’s your top source for journalism news?
  2. Megan McCarthy
    Megan @ksablan @AlexMurashko Mediagazer publishes our source leaderboard: http://mediagazer.com/lb
  3. Craig Kanalley
    ckanal @ksablan That’s a tough one. I have this list & check them all frequently @ckanal/media-analysis. Really like @rww & @mashable.
  4. Mark Glaser
    mediatwit @ksablan No top source for j-news. Romenesko, MediaShift, Nieman Lab, Mediabistro, Poynter, ReadWriteWeb all good.
  5. Mark Glaser
    mediatwit @ksablan Also: Howard Kurtz, IWantMedia, Mediagazer, BuzzMachine, On the Media, NewTeeVee and others.
  6. Mathew Ingram
    mathewi @ksablan: increasingly, I get my media news from @mediagazer — but also my list of media sources on Twitter
  7. Dale Cressman
    cressman Weirdly,it’s becoming Twitter. RT @ksablan: What’s your top source for journalism news?

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Somehow, I made it into Rosen’s list, so here is where I get most of my information about journalism:

Share your sources

Where do you get news about news and journalism? Please share in the comments below and help other readers and me to stay current with the changing world of journalism.