“Rebooting the news” | Dave Winer’s and Jay Rosen’s podcasts

[UPDATE, June 1, 2009: Okay, Dave built a dedicated site for 'Rebooting the News', at http://rebootnews.com/. He also created an RSS feed of this podcast series, at http://rebootnews.com/rss.xml. And a package of the first ten episodes which he uploaded as a torrent to Mininova at http://www.mininova.org/tor/2637891. He announced all of this here: http://www.scripting.com/stories/2009/05/30/rebootingTheNews110.html. So, I think my work is done. 🙂 ]

I'm sure Dave Winer would suggest a better way of doing this, but I'm not a geek and still wanted to collect all of Dave's and Jay Rosen's podcasts on "rebooting the news" in one view. Subscribing to the RSS feed of Scripting News (http://scripting.com/rss.xml) helps but shows all of Dave's other posts as well.

See also: Rebooting The News – A FriendFeed room to discuss the weekly Jay/Dave podcast about news and tech

So here comes:

Rebooting the News #10 (May 24, 2009)
Blog post: http://www.scripting.com/stories/2009/05/24/rebootingTheNews10.html
Podcast: http://mp3.morningcoffeenotes.com/reboot09May24.mp3
"(…) We got this one folks! (…) Topics include: Maureen Dowd of course, the Church of the Savvy, One year of Twitter for Jay. Why is user interface so damned hard? 10 years since Edit This Page. And an inspired choice for Inspiration of the week, Elvis Costello's recording of Nick Lowe's classic What's So Funny 'Bout Peace Love and Understanding.
One of the best Reboots yet, imho.
PS: As usual subscribe in your podcatcher or iTunes. (…)"

Rebooting the News #9.5 (May 19, 2009)
Blog post: http://www.scripting.com/stories/2009/05/19/rebootingTheNews95.html
Podcast: http://mp3.morningcoffeenotes.com/reboot09may19.mp3
"(…) A 15-minute test-cast that turned into a mini-episode.
Jay asked me to explain why it was so important that the NYT has a River of News.
We're now using the full-blown BlogtalkRadio system, this was just a
test to make sure we knew what we were doing after Sunday's disaster.
However the feed stays the same, you can follow us in your podcatcher or iTunes. (…)"

Placeholder podcast (May 17, 2009)
Blog post: http://www.scripting.com/stories/2009/05/17/placeholderPodcast.html
Podcast: http://mp3.morningcoffeenotes.com/cn09May17.mp3
"(…) I screwed up and lost this week's Rebooting The News podcast.
This brief three-minute solo cast explains what happened and expresses apologies to Jay and everyone for this screwup.

Sorry!! (…)"

Rebooting the News #9 (May 10, 2009)
Blog post: http://www.scripting.com/stories/2009/05/10/rebootingTheNews9.html
Podcast: http://mp3.morningcoffeenotes.com/reboot09May10.mp3
"(…) Jay and Dave talk about paying for the news, Ted Nelson as inspiration, "Giant Pool of Money." (…)"

Rebooting the News #8 (May 3, 2009)
Blog post: http://www.scripting.com/stories/2009/05/03/rebootingTheNews8.html
Podcast: http://mp3.morningcoffeenotes.com/reboot09May03.mp3
"(…) Topics: Jay opted out of Twitter's Suggested Users List, he explains why and we discuss. His choice for Inspiration of the Week is Josh Marshall of Talking Points Memo. (…)"

Rebooting the News #7 (April 26, 200)
Blog post: http://www.scripting.com/stories/2009/04/26/rebootingTheNews7.html
Podcast: http://mp3.morningcoffeenotes.com/reboot09Apr26.mp3
"(…) This week's 40-plus minute podcast with Jay Rosen and myself. (…)"

Rebooting the News podcast for April 19 (April 19, 200)
Blog post: http://www.scripting.com/stories/2009/04/19/rebootingTheNewsPodcastFor.html
Podcast: http://mp3.morningcoffeenotes.com/reboot09Apr19.mp3
"(…) A bit of housekeeping — the podcast now has a name — Rebooting the News. Perfect name, cause it's got the technical side with rebooting, and boot is the first part of bootstrapping. And News is what it's all about. (…)"

This week's podcast with Jay Rosen (April 12, 200)
Blog post: http://www.scripting.com/stories/2009/04/12/thisWeeksPodcastWithJayRos.html
Podcast: http://mp3.morningcoffeenotes.com/rosen09Apr12.mp3
"(…) I spent 40 minutes this evening talking with Jay about news, tech and the future of journalism. As always it was a great learning experience with the NYU journalism professor. (…) At the end of the show I promised to create a room on FriendFeed to post links to stories we'll discuss on future shows. (…)"

Jay and Dave ride again! (March 29, 200)
Blog post: http://www.scripting.com/stories/2009/03/29/jayAndDaveRideAgain.html
Podcast: http://mp3.morningcoffeenotes.com/clickClack09Mar29.mp3
"(…) Four weeks in a row, the clicking and clacking blogging brothers talk about the reboot of journalism, the news of the week, and a new $1.75 million fund for investigative journalism that Jay is advising. (…)"

Click and Clack the Blog Brothers (March 22, 2009)
Blog post: http://www.scripting.com/stories/2009/03/22/clickAndClackTheBlogBrothe.html
Podcast: http://mp3.morningcoffeenotes.com/clickClack09Mar22.mp3
"(…) Really enjoying this. Today it was more laughs and less serious. (…)"

Can Twitter save the news? (March 15, 2009)
Blog post: http://www.scripting.com/stories/2009/03/15/canTwitterSaveTheNews.html
Podcast: http://mp3.morningcoffeenotes.com/rosen09march15.mp3
"(…) Jay Rosen, this week the question of Twitter as an environment for journalism came up. If the outlets of MSM are in trouble and if Twitter is rising, can it fill some of the role vacated by MSM? (…)"

Interview with Jay Rosen (March 8, 2009)
Blog post: http://www.scripting.com/stories/2009/03/08/interviewWithJayRosen.html
Podcast: http://mp3.morningcoffeenotes.com/rosen09Mar08.mp3
"(…) It's a good idea to check in with Jay on where journalism is at every once in a while, which is what I did this morning. I'm going to try to do these more regularly with people who are on the Friends Of Dave channel, like Jay. We start off talking about curmudgeons, then on to rebooting journalism, Meet The Press, the broken government, and everything related. Jay is really smart, spends a lot of time thinking about things I really care about. I thought the interview came out great. Hope you all listen. 40 minutes. (…) Jay is a professor of journalism at NYU and was my choice as Blogger of the Year for 2008. (…)"