Good morning. Here are 10 media stories.
- Overheard in Davos
«Some news organizations send small armies to cover Davos. One, for example, takes over the town’s library for its operations.» (Associated Press) | Thanks to those reporters, you can know what’s officially happening at the World Economic Forum in Switzerland (and what’s happening in the hallways.) (New York) | This piece makes Davos sound like high school, if high school for you was awkward and painful. (Quartz) | There weren’t that many private jets, you guys. (Fusion) | Best headline so far: «Davos ’15: Gates, Soros, Pharrell to tackle crises.» (CNBC)
- ASU students are headed to the Super Bowl
Arizona State University’s Walter Cronkite School of Journalism is putting students to work at the Super Bowl this year through partnerships with a number of media organizations and the NFL.
from Poynter. http://ift.tt/1y2CMGE