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Raju Narisetti

New York, New York
As seen in:  Poynter Online, Digiday

Everything seems impossible until it is done. Senior Vice President, Strategy, @NewsCorp. Formerly @rajunarisetti

A thaw in the newsroom glacier

niemanlab.org — Here is hoping 2015 will see: - The Pulitzer Prizes are not given to the same annual one-day wonders. - Stories on Jill Abramson morph into stories from Jill Abramson. - More math - any math - in all those gushy profiles of new media startups and journalism's saviors.

Could a Journalist Rescue Fund take threatened reporters out of harm’s way?

niemanlab.org — Over the past 22 years, 1,059 journalists have been killed. Worldwide, some 430 journalists are in exile from their home countries. Hundreds more are injured, persecuted, muzzled, and threatened, mostly by governments and sometimes by influential non-governmental forces, all interested in stifling a free, fearless press.

Indiana University Journalism to honor six alumni

news.indiana.edu — Indiana University Journalism to honor six alumni FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE BLOOMINGTON, Ind. -- Indiana University Journalism will honor six alumni, including digital news innovators, educators and reporters, at its fourth annual Distinguished Alumni Awards celebration Sept. 13. "We're delighted to honor this year's class of distinguished alumni," said interim dean Lesa Hatley Major.

Raju Narisetti: Can the Pulitzer Prizes do more for journalism?

niemanlab.org — The 98th-annual Pulitzer Prizes in Journalism, Letters, Drama and Music, awarded on the recommendation of the Pulitzer Prize Board, were announced a few weeks ago by Columbia University. In his 1904 will, Joseph Pulitzer, the Hungarian-American journalist and newspaper publisher, left $2 million to Columbia University.

We need to talk: 26 awkward questions to ask news organizations about the move to digital

niemanlab.org — Here are 25 awkward questions (and one counter-question) that I wish media reporters/critics would routinely ask of editors and mainstream news organizations, each year. These might be uncomfortable, if truthfully and publicly answered, but even if you "no comment" your way out of that query, the questions might actually help spur newsroom leadership to focus on what really matters.

In defense of ‘vanity’ metrics: why page views are still important

poynter.org — Editor's note: On Monday, Poynter's Rick Edmonds argued for new ways to measure digital audiences that would replace the widely used unique visitors and page views. In this post, New Corp's Raju Narisetti takes a contrary view. Portions of this post appeared previously in a Newspaper Association of America blog.

Loosen the newsroom’s chokehold on the brand

niemanlab.org — Any American editor will proudly tell you that the newsroom - and especially The Editor - is the sole custodian of the news(paper) brand, the true keeper of what the masthead is really meant to represent.

Can Data Save Journalism?

digiday.com — Smart news organizations will move from a "tracking" mentality that simply lists what audiences are doing to focus on what any such insight could mean for both journalism and the business of journalism. Newsrooms need to embrace the kind of number-crunching more common to marketers.

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