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Newsonomics: After John Oliver, the you-get-what-you-pay-for imperative has never been clearer

“It’s not experimentation that is most needed. It’s execution, and execution based on the value of smarter, rather than dumbed-down, local journalism.”<p>Can John Oliver’s 19 minutes rivet attention as all the bolts and screws continue to come undone in the local news business?<p>That seems a hope …

Le site hebdo.ch n'existe plus

En raison de la fin de la publication de L'Hebdo, le site internet du magazine n'est désormais plus accessible.<p>Les <b>archives papier</b> sont disponibles en …

Facebook Bends to Publishers, Tweaks Instant Articles Advertising

Publishers said restrictions made it too hard for them to generate revenue<p>By<p>Jack Marshall<p>Jack Marshall<p>The Wall Street Journal<p>Biography<p>@JackMarshall<p>Google+<p>jack.marshall@wsj.com<p>Facebook FB 0.59% is changing the advertising policies for its Instant Articles platform, after publishers said restrictions …

AdTech

The Future of News Depends on Journalists and Technologists Working Together

<b>We talked with executives from media and technology companies to explain the developing relationship between the two industries. The topic was a</b> …

News Industry

Google and Twitter Team Up to Offer Their Own 'Instant Articles' -- With a Twist

Like Facebook, Apple and Snapchat -- but different.<p>Google and Twitter are working together to help publishers show “instant articles” to people who use their services on mobile phones.<p>The plan, which is supposed to launch with a small group of publishers this fall, is an effort to make it easier …

11 Local Media Innovation Projects to Watch

Innovation is alive and well at some traditional media companies.<p>Last week I attended the Fast Forward Video Summit and the The Roundtable, sponsored …

Media Industry

The case for journalism’s future

August 25, 2015 01:30<p><b>By Hank Price, General Manager - WVTM-TV, Birmingham, AL</b> <br>As every journalist knows, our industry is in the middle of massive …

NYTimes Design Concept

New York Times redesign was done for study purposes only<br>and is not supposed to be implemented. The redesign contain ideas, which I would like New …

How to be literate in what's changing journalism

For each, they should understand: What it means, why it’s important, and where things are going with it. I’ve added a link or two to help get you …

Yes, yes, yes. Newspapers didn’t let the ‘genie out of the bottle’: they just lost their bottle

Genie in a bottle image by Herval<p>Steve Yelvington has a great phrase for the oft-repeated claim that newspapers ‘sowed the seeds of their own demise’ …

Digital Journalism: The Next Generation

1.<p>It was with great anticipation that I arrived for my appointment at the editorial offices of <i>BuzzFeed</i> on West 23rd Street in Manhattan. Among …

20 tools and resources every journalist should experiment with

From sourcing and reporting stories to producing and distributing them, here are some tools which will (hopefully) make your life easier

Social Media

Cable news is in trouble, and it’s more about the news than the cable

Cable news is in trouble. The Pew Research Center reports that the median daily audience for Fox, CNN, and MSNBC is down about 11 percent since 2008.<p>The Washington Post's Paul Farhi sees a grim future for the industry. He argues that cable news outlets are pretty much where newspapers were a decade …

Toronto Star scrapped digital paywall as it was 'expensive' and had a 'high churn' rate

Julie Murtha speaking at the INMA World Congress in New York<p>Executives from the Toronto Star have admitted paywalls did not work for them and said …

Facebook named world's fastest-growing media owner

Facebook’s media revenues increased 63 per cent over the past year as the social network embraced the rise of mobile to boost users’ visits and its …

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Journalism’s Biggest Problem Is Not What You’d Expect—And It’s Entirely Fixable

When journalists trust but don't verify their sources, the news business suffers. This was true back when--but it goes double online. Here's why.<p>The …

Rolling TV election news eclipsed by Twitter, Buzzfeed and Periscope

Sky News and BBC News channel face digital-driven reorganisations as they struggle to keep up with the speed of social media<p>By this point in the 2010 campaign, the BBC’s Laura Kuenssberg had become the star of the general election, because of her constant and indispensable reporting on the BBC News …

Facebook 'Instant Articles' may bring full news stories to your feed this month

Later this month, you might start seeing full <i>New York Times</i>, <i>Buzzfeed</i>, and <i>National Geographic</i> articles and videos directly in your Facebook feed. It's called Instant Articles, according to <i>The Wall Street Journal</i>, and it's been a long time coming. Facebook has hinted for some time that it wants its …

Quartz’s Kevin Delaney: Time to kill the 800-word article - Digiday

<b>Subscribe</b>: iTunes | RSS<p>Quartz launched 2-and-a-half years ago as an upstart digital-first, global business news brand. The proposition: Quartz would …

Newsonomics: The Guardian is trying to swing Google’s pendulum back to publishers

With two major partnership moves, The Guardian’s Andrew Miller is trying to find a stronger position for premium publishers in a Google/Facebook-dominated world.<p>You can’t call Andrew Miller a slacker. The Guardian Media Group CEO will complete his fifth year in charge at the end of June, when he’ll …

The Revolution Will Not Be … Periscoped?

<i>The revolution will not be televised, will not be televised<br>Will not be televised, will not be televised<br>The revolution will be no re-run brothers<br>The</i> …

What are the boundaries of today’s journalism, and how is the rise of digital changing who defines them?

In a new book, a group of academics look at how the big defining questions of the field — what is journalism? who is a journalist? who decides? — are changing.<p><b>Editor’s note</b>: Matt Carlson of Saint Louis University and Seth Lewis of the University of Minnesota have a new book out called <i>Boundaries of</i> …

Google y los grandes editores europeos firman su primer acuerdo

El buscador crea un fondo de 150 millones de euros para la innovación<p>Invertirá "nuevos recursos" en la formación de periodistas en Europa<p>Tres …

"It's not that we control NewsFeed, you control NewsFeed..." Facebook: please stop with this.

I’ve met some of the people at Facebook whose job it is to work with journalists and media companies. They’re good people, smart people. They seem to …

Jornais erraram ao integrar suas redações, diz o colunista Leão Serva

<b>Por Amanda Massuela</b>O modelo de negócios do jornalismo encontra-se numa encruzilhada: ainda que a maior parte dos leitores esteja na internet, a …

How TV Newsrooms Should Use Facebook (And Why)

I recently had a long conversation with Bob Gambert, a former TV news colleague of mine. It was sparked by a comment I made on Twitter that TV …

Social Media

Shoptalk: Imagining the 21st-Century Personal News Experience – Editor & Publisher

By: Bill Densmore<p>Last year we interviewed more than 85 journalists, educators, technologists, researchers, activists and citizens to gather a picture …