- Can newspapers make money online?
The Minneapolis Star Tribune emerges restructured from bankruptcy, but that doesn't mean its financial future is assured. The daily newspaper is among many around the country trying to figure out how to draw more revenue from online content.9:06 a.m.
Alan Mutter: technology and media consultant. He writes the blog, Reflections of a Newsosaur. He also is on the adjunct faculty of the Graduate School of Journalism at the University of California- Berkeley, where he teaches a class entitled "Journalism in an Age of Disruption."
Jeff Jarvis: blogs at Buzzmachine.com and is the author of "What Would Google Do." He is the director of the new business models for news at the City University of New York. By phone from Millington, New Jersey.
- New site shows products' hidden impacts
Consumers used to get most of their information about a product from the packaging. Now, the Web site GoodGuide can tell a shopper where a product was made, where its ingredients came from, even the conditions in the factory where it was produced. The site's co-founder says he wants to empower consumers to make better informed choices, and to push for more transparency in marketing.10:06 a.m.
Dara O'Rourke: associate professor of environmental and labor policy at the University of California Berkeley and co-founder of the Web site GoodGuide.
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