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July 7, 2009

New Media's Grok Star

NYU professor, respected press blogger, and master-Twitterer Jay Rosen shares his thoughts on journalism's next steps.

Michael Gluckstadt

When Jay Rosen tweets, the world listens. Whether it's calling out questionable newspaper ethics, mocking Maureen Dowd, or exploring new news models, the NYU journalism professor's tweets—or as he calls them, "mindcasts"—get linked to and retweeted to every corner of the new media landscape.

Rosen, 53, is a fixture of that landscape (or is it a mindscape?), which he has been shaping and covering since he first commented on's Table Talk section in 1996. He's become a go-to source for subjects like hyperlocal news, blogging ethics, and of course, Twitter.

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