Press 2010

The Atlantic: Social Media and the End of Age, Race and Gender, by Nicholas Jackson, December 13, 2010

TED Blog: “Crescendo” Roundup of TEDWomen, December 10, 2010

Making It In The Industry: Intellectual Creativity, by Trisha Connell, December 3, 2010

Newsroom Magazine: Newsroom Magazine to Launch Track Metrics, by Robert Butche, December 1, 2010

The Nation: The Money and Media Election Complex, by John Nichols and Robert McChesney, November 10, 2010

Current TV: Find the Perfect Sexy Costume (Interview with Johanna Blakley), October 28, 2010

New World Notes: Buying Virtual Fashion Like Renting a Movie, Interview with Johanna Blakley, October 26, 2010

NPR All Things Considered: Los Angeles PBS Affiliate Plans to Drop PBS, Interview with Marty Kaplan, October 18, 2010

MediaPost: The Obsolescence Of Copyright, by Kaila Colbin, June 15, 2010

Library of Economics and Liberty: Blakley on Fashion and Intellectual Property (AUDIO INTERVIEW), June 14, 2010

Being Geek Chic: Lady Geek of the Week: Johanna Blakley, June 7, 2010

Pouyan’s Interests: Johanna Blakley: Lessons from fashion’s free culture, by Pouyah Ghasemi, June 6, 2010

Innovation in Interaction Design: Johanna Blakley: Fashion Industry’s No Copyright Policy, by Dustin Kirk, June 5, 2010

Smart Planet: Where ‘intellectual property’ concepts may be out of fashion, by Joe McKendrick, June 5, 2010

The Huffington Post: The Academy and Fashion — An Unlikely Pair Teaches Us About Innovation, by Krisztina Holly, June 4, 2010

Le Branché Magazine: Johanna Blakley: Lessons From Fashion’s Free Culture, by Rob Simas, June 3, 2010

100 Intérets: Johanna Blakley: Copyright in the Fashion Industry, June 3, 2010

L10NBRIDGE: Taking a Cue from Gucci!, by Nathalie Molina, June 1, 2010

Living in SIN: Johanna Blakley: Lessons from fashion’s free culture, May 31, 2010

Minnesota Public Radio: When plagiarism inspires creativity, by Marianne Combs, May 28, 2010

FastForward Blog: E2.0 Power Term: Sharing, by Paula Thornton, May 28, 2010

Brad Chmielewski: Lessons from Fashion’s Free Culture, May 28, 2010

Mobkarma: Johanna Blakley on Learning from fashion’s free culture [TED Video], May 27, 2010

Mark Blevis: Johanna Blakley’s lessons from fashion’s free culture, by Mark Blevis, May 27, 2010

Constant State of Flux: Fantastic TED presentation, by Liam J. Hayter, May 27, 2010

Economix Blog (The New York Times): Does Fashion Need Copyright Protection?, by Catherine Rampell, May 27, 2010

MikeTee.net: Lessons From Fashion’s Free Culture, May 27, 2010

Learning from Everyone: Johanna Blakley: Lessons from fashion’s free culture, May 27, 2010

BoingBoing: Why the absence of copyright is good for fashion, by Cory Doctorow, May 26, 2010

Fashion Law Blog: Johanna Blakley: Lessons from fashion’s free culture, by Staci Riordan, May 26, 2010

The Fashion Guru: Johanna Blakley — Copywriting Fashion, by McCaulay and Maestro, May 26, 2010

Unwesen: Johanna Blakley: Lessons from fashion’s free culture, May 26, 2010

Silly Little Country: Copyright and Fashion, by Alan Adamson, May 26, 2010

Amazing Women Rock: Johanna Blakley on Mass Media & Entertainment, May 26, 2010

Slashdot: The Fashion Industry As a Model for IP Reform, by KDawson, May 26, 2010

Selectism: TED “Johanna Blakley: Lessons from Fashion’s Free Culture,” May 25, 2010

TED Blog: Lessons from fashion’s free culture: Johanna Blakley on TED.com, May 25, 2010

TED.com: Johanna Blakley: Lessons from fashion’s free culture, May 25, 2010

Reflections of a Newsosaur: The potential economic threat to local TV news, May 21, 2010

World Gazette News: One Last Mission for the Man Behind Jack Bauer: Make Us Right Funny Again, May 19, 2010

Pasadena Star-News: Media watchdogs need to take next step, by Robert Rector, March 20, 2010

Broadcast Engineering: Copps finds content analysis of L.A. local newscasts alarming, March 18, 2010

Los Angeles Times: Local TV news doesn’t share the public interest, by James Rainey, March 17, 2010

The Wrap: Why Local News Is Awful — And How to Fix It, by Brent Lang, March 17, 2010

Fishbowl LA: Annenberg Study: Local LA TV News Spends 2:10 Minutes on Teasers and 29 Seconds on Local Economy, by Tina Dupuy, March 17, 2010

Broadcast Engineering: Analysis finds crime stories dominate Los Angeles newscasts, March 16, 2010

Los Angeles Daily News: Too little news in newscasts, leaders say, by Rick Orlov, March 14, 2010

Bignews.biz: Norman Lear Center study deepens concern over decline of local news on broadcast airwaves, March 14, 2010

La Opinión: La política ¿ya no es noticia?, by Isaías Alvarado, March 13, 2010

Huffington Post: Your Local News Is Terrible, Studies Show, by Jason Linkins, March 12, 2010

Huffington Post: Former Cheney Advisor Talks New Newsite, The Daily Caller, by Ted Johnson, Maegan Carberry, Teresa Valdez Klein, March 12, 2010

Neon Tommy: L.A. News Stations Not Covering Local Government, New Study Says, by Paresh Dave, March 12, 2010

St. Louis Post-Dispatch: Study says Los Angeles TV stations ignore local government news, by Steve Parker, March 12, 2010

Greensboro News Record: Watching Television, by John Robinson, March 12, 2010

Chicago Tribune: I’d love to see someone put a stopwatch to Chicago’s local TV news, by Eric Zorn, March 12, 2010

Los Angeles Times: L.A. television news includes little political coverage, study finds, by Greg Braxton, March 12, 2010

Buzzflash.com: L.A. Puts the Public Back in the Public Interest on Television Airwaves That We Own, by Sue Wilson, March 12, 2010

Radio Business Report / TV Business Report: Study of TV news takes Copps from worried to ?flat out alarmed,? March 11, 2010

LA Weekly: Breaking News: L.A.’s Local TV News Not So Local, by Dennis Romero, March 11, 2010

Huffington Post: Putting the Public Back into Public Interest Broadcasting, by Sue Wilson, March 11, 2010

Gary Scott: Local television news is rarely local, hardly news, by Gary Scott, March 11, 2010

SaveTheNews.org (FreePress): In LA: If It Bleeds, It Leads, by Josh Stearns, March 11, 2010

Franklin Ave.: L.A. TV News Still Leads With Anything That Bleeds, by Mike, March 11, 2010

PoynterOnline: Study: The average half-hour LA TV newscast devotes 22 seconds to local government, by Jim Romensko, March 11, 2010

Contactmusic.com: Study Reveals There’s Little News In Local News, March 11, 2010

MediaMatters: USC Study: Crime, Fluff Lead L.A. News Coverage Over Local Government, by Joe Strupp, March 11, 2010

Southern California Public Radio: FCC chief – USC study exposes fluff TV news in LA market, by Jonathan Serviss, March 11, 2010

MarcCooper.com: Why Local Tv News Is Destined to Darkness, by Marc Cooper, March 10, 2010

Wilshire & Washington: Study: Bleed Still Leads, by Ted Johnson, March 10, 2010

Southern California Public Radio: FCC chief – USC study exposes fluff TV news in LA market, by Jonathan Serviss, March 11, 2010

LAObserved: L.A. TV news: mostly crime and fluff, by Kevin Roderick, March 10, 2010

Los Angeles Times: Quakes in Chile and Haiti raise concerns about Southland preparedness, by Cara Mia DiMassa, March 4, 2010

O.C. Register: Big earthquake drill had limited impact, by Gary Robbins, February 23, 2010

The Canadian Press: Handling of seizures on TV medical dramas often wrong, study finds, by Sheryl Ubelacker, February 14, 2010

CBS News: The Real Deal on Reality TV, February 7, 2010

American Public Media’s Marketplace: GSK to fund film on emotional eating, January 22, 2010

Los Angeles Times: Palin signs on as Fox News Channel commentator, by Mateo Gold and Mark Z. Barabak, January, January 12, 2010

Los Angeles Magazine: Armchair Access, by Gina Piccalo, January 2010