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BBC considering move to make news channel online only

Corporation understood to be looking into future of £66.2m TV channel and how live news is covered, with final decision yet to be made<p>The BBC is considering making its news channel online only following a similar cost-cutting move for its BBC3 TV channel, it has emerged.<p>Work had already started on …

United Kingdom

The redistribution game for news

by Frédéric Filloux Forget the 70-30 split for subscription between publishers and distributors. Today, for publishers, the new norm is a 100%-70% …

Customers

Facebook rolls out Pages Messaging feature as it moves closer to monetising Messenger

Businesses can now communicate directly with customers through private messages thanks to a new Facebook feature called Pages Messaging in what is …

The Wall Street Journal is targeting its loyal subscribers with its new news digest mobile app

The Journal’s first product made truly for mobile combines its longstanding print feature “What’s News” with the growing digital demands of its readers.<p>In late April, after The Wall Street Journal debuted its redesigned website, the Journal’s chief innovation officer Edward Roussel told Nieman Lab …

Wall Street

Paid, distributed content loom large for Time Inc.

Time Inc., which is in the midst of trying to turn its business prospects around a year after spinning off from Time Warner, is betting big on paid …

Cannes Lions

Digitale shopping-assistenter med menneskelige hjerner

<b>Enn så lenge har Apples Siri, Microsofts Cortana og Google Now vært de beste personlige assistentene på en smarttelefon. Med sin kunstige intelligens</b> …

Marketing Tools

A robust tool that helps you gauge trends by city, region, and season with search volume data for more than 6,000 products and services.<p>A real-time …

Marketing

How 7 news organizations are using Slack to work better and differently

Here’s how Fusion, Vox, Quartz, Slate, the AP, The Times of London, and Thought Catalog are using Slack for workflow — and which features they wish the platform would add.<p>Slack is a strange beast. Simultaneously a virtual meeting room and water cooler, it somehow encourages members of a distributed …

Dow Jones

All You Need to Get Started on Canva

You do not have marketing staff or an agency creating all your outgoing communications. It’s also likely that numerous staff members generate your …

Infographics

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Starbucks and Spotify to Partner on Music Streaming Service | Starbucks Newsroom

<i>Partnership Connects Starbucks 7,000 U.S. Company-Owned Stores, 10M-Member My Starbucks Rewards Loyalty Program and Spotify’s 60M Users to Create</i> …

Facebook’s News Feed: What does the changed algorithm really mean to publishers?

Oops! Facebook did it again.The biggest media platform in the world — used by 1.6 billion people — changed the algorithm that runs its News Feed, the …

Harvard

Bare 10 grunner til at nettavisene taper kampen om leserne

<b>Nettavisene fant sin form i 1998 og ble der. Nå som alternativene er mange og gode, skulle man tro at avisene ville legge noe mer vekt på å skape</b> …

Spotify bites back at Apple Music with weekly ‘mixtape’ playlist for each user

Discover Weekly will offer two hours of music based on users’ listening habits and those of similar fans<p>The music-streaming battle between Apple Music and Spotify isn’t just about which one has the Taylor Swift album: it’s about which one has the best playlists, and the ability to recommend them to …

Playlist

Know faster with emerging story alerts

We believe in news alerts that are faster, smarter and more relevant to your life and work. Today, we’re launching a new kind of alert for those of …

News Heads Back to Intermediation

<b>by Frédéric Filloux</b><p><i>Thanks to digital, news publishers thought they could build a direct relationship with their customers. Recent deals signal the</i> …

The New York Times is using its reader survey panel for journalism » Nieman Journalism Lab

<b>LINK</b>: betasurvey.com ➚ | <b>Posted by</b>: Joshua Benton | January 15, 2015<p>For two decades, The New York Times has had a reader insight panel — a subset of its audience that it occasionally surveys to “better understand the reading habits, lifestyles and interests of Times readers. (They’re far from alone …

Journalism

Meet Timeline, A Mobile News App With A Long, Long Memory

By connecting the dots between past and present, this iPhone app turns every story into an epic.<p>As someone who majored in history but never took a journalism course in my life, I’ve always maintained that it’s impossible to understand the present without knowing the past. If Apple announces a …

Shuffle wants to use Tinder-style swiping to learn what news you want on your phone

It’s one of a number of new news apps trying to reinvent mobile news around a card metaphor.<p>In many ways, Alex Skatell seems like the last person in the world who would be developing a news product that could be described as anti-clickbait. After all, Skatell launched the Independent Journal Review …

Pew Research Center

See the beautiful, nightmarish patent illustrations for a Google-funded augmented reality device

It's been almost three months since Google lead a $542 million round of funding for the Magic Leap, an augmented reality project shrouded in mystery. Aside from vague claims about a "biomimetic Dynamic Digitized Lightfield Signal," the CEO of Legendary Pictures calling it "jaw-dropping," and Neal …

Why aren’t more newspapers cutting the number of days they print each week?

“Every publisher who reads the tea leaves knows the seven-day print model is doomed. Heck, every reader looking at a flimsy Monday or Tuesday paper knows it. Why not take the plunge now, strategically, rather than sometime down the road, out of desperation, when it’s too late?”<p><b>Editor’s note</b>: …

Stranger Things