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Title: The Century illustrated monthly magazine
Year: 1890 (1890s)
Authors: Nicolay, John G. (John George), 1832-1901 Hay, John, 1838-1905 Ingraham, Prentiss, 1843-1904
Subjects: Lincoln, Abraham, 1809-1865 Booth, John Wilkes, 1838-1865
Publisher: New York : The Century Co.
Contributing Library: Lincoln Financial Foundation Collection
Digitizing Sponsor: The Institute of Museum and Library Services through an Indiana State Library LSTA Grant

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I’m having trouble keeping up w/ all of the new media coverage of the financial crisis. All of the business experts, from economists to finance professionals are now jumping in to explain this mess, offer analysis and deconstruction and opinions. The newest one: the Atlantic blog on Business and Finance

Where there is money, there is money to be made.

The trend of this, media-wise, is also attributed to the lack of trust of other "mainstream media" sources. Most journalists trained professionally do not have backgrounds in business. Being able to report on this crisis has left a hole in the traditional corporate media — hence the rise in these alternative new media niche outlets.

From media guru Jeff Jarvis, reporting on trust in media as he covers Davos: "Edelman found that trust in business magazines and analysts fell from 57% to 44% and from 56% to 47% respectively. Trust in TV news is down from 49% to 36% and in newspaper coverage from 47% to 34%. Stop on that: Two thirds of people don’t trust newspaper articles."

This is part of my study on Media and The Financial Crisis

Update: The NYTimes Business Page has a blogroll on its Economix Blog page. Here is what they have listed on the right side of that niche blog:

Blogroll

* Brad DeLong
* Cafe Hayek
* Calculated Risk
* Capital Gains and Games
* Dani Rodrik’s Weblog
* DataPoints: The Dismal Scientist Blog
* Econbrowser
* EconLog
* Economist’s View

* Greg Mankiw
* Marginal Revolution
* Megan McArdle
* Nouriel Roubini’s Global EconoMonitor
* Nudge
* Robert Reich
* The Becker-Posner Blog
* The Big Picture
* Will Wilkinson: The Fly Bottle

Blogs From Newspapers and Magazines

* Economics Unbound (BusinessWeek)
* Ezra Klein
* Floyd Norris: Notions on High and Low Finance
* Freakonomics

* Free exchange (The Economist)
* Paul Krugman: Conscience of a Liberal
* Real Time Economics (WSJ)
* Wolf Forum (Financial Times)

Economic Resources

* Employment Statistics
* Historical Data on Job Growth and Wages
* Historical Unemployment Data
* Inflation Calculator
* Interactive Housing Calculator

* International G.D.P. Rankings
* Latest Job Market Data
* Local Gas Prices
* Statistics on Income, Poverty and Health Insurance Coverage in the U.S.
* U.S. G.D.P. Statistics

Trend: Business Blogs…

Trend: Business Blogs…
financial times magazine
Image by MyEyeSees
I’m having trouble keeping up w/ all of the new media coverage of the financial crisis. All of the business experts, from economists to finance professionals are now jumping in to explain this mess, offer analysis and deconstruction and opinions. The newest one: the Atlantic blog on Business and Finance

Where there is money, there is money to be made.

The trend of this, media-wise, is also attributed to the lack of trust of other "mainstream media" sources. Most journalists trained professionally do not have backgrounds in business. Being able to report on this crisis has left a hole in the traditional corporate media — hence the rise in these alternative new media niche outlets.

From media guru Jeff Jarvis, reporting on trust in media as he covers Davos: "Edelman found that trust in business magazines and analysts fell from 57% to 44% and from 56% to 47% respectively. Trust in TV news is down from 49% to 36% and in newspaper coverage from 47% to 34%. Stop on that: Two thirds of people don’t trust newspaper articles."

This is part of my study on Media and The Financial Crisis

Update: The NYTimes Business Page has a blogroll on its Economix Blog page. Here is what they have listed on the right side of that niche blog:

Blogroll

* Brad DeLong
* Cafe Hayek
* Calculated Risk
* Capital Gains and Games
* Dani Rodrik’s Weblog
* DataPoints: The Dismal Scientist Blog
* Econbrowser
* EconLog
* Economist’s View

* Greg Mankiw
* Marginal Revolution
* Megan McArdle
* Nouriel Roubini’s Global EconoMonitor
* Nudge
* Robert Reich
* The Becker-Posner Blog
* The Big Picture
* Will Wilkinson: The Fly Bottle

Blogs From Newspapers and Magazines

* Economics Unbound (BusinessWeek)
* Ezra Klein
* Floyd Norris: Notions on High and Low Finance
* Freakonomics

* Free exchange (The Economist)
* Paul Krugman: Conscience of a Liberal
* Real Time Economics (WSJ)
* Wolf Forum (Financial Times)

Economic Resources

* Employment Statistics
* Historical Data on Job Growth and Wages
* Historical Unemployment Data
* Inflation Calculator
* Interactive Housing Calculator

* International G.D.P. Rankings
* Latest Job Market Data
* Local Gas Prices
* Statistics on Income, Poverty and Health Insurance Coverage in the U.S.
* U.S. G.D.P. Statistics