Is Online Transparency Just a Feel-Good Sham?
National Journal cites J.H. Snider on the intermixing of real and fake participatory democracy as illustrated by the White House’s We The People petition website and the House Majority Leader’s Citizen Cosponsor Project.
Category Archives: Media
Whither Journalistic Ethics? Why Politico has fallen short in its coverage of spectrum issues
J.H. Snider’s Huffington Post article on the material but undisclosed conflicts of interest Politico has in covering spectrum policy issues.
The Broadcast Industry’s Free TV Scam Redux: Fool me once, shame on you; fool me twice, shame on me
J.H. Snider’s Huffington Post article on the newly announed Free TV and Broadband Coalition.
Taking steps to deal with media parasitism
Harvard’s Nieman Watchdog publishes J.H. Snider’s second article in a two-part series on the problem and solution to media free riding.
Free riding: a deeply embedded media tradition
Harvard’s Nieman Watchdog publishes J.H. Snider’s first article in a two-part series on the problem and solution to media free riding.
The Role of News Media in the Governance Agenda
J.H. Snider serves as workshop discussant at this joint event sponsored by the Communication for Governance and Accountability Program at the World Bank and the Shorenstein Center on the Press, Politics, and Public Policy at Harvard’s Kennedy School of Government, May 29-31, 2008.
J.H. Snider on Spectrum Policy (half hour segment, with Snider segment beginning at 18:50)
Counterspin, a radio program run on NPR affiliates, interviews J.H. Snider about his Nieman Watchdog article (see below).
Is the spectrum just too complex for reporters?
Nieman Watchdog publishes a commentary summarizing J.H. Snider’s Kennedy School presentation.