Moreno Cruz Osório

2,151 Flips | 4 Magazines | 2 Following | 670 Followers | @morenoco | Moreno Cruz Osório é jornalista formado pela Unisinos, mestre em Comunicação Social pela PUCRS e desde 2008 trabalha com noticiário internacional. Está baseado em Porto Alegre, Rio Grande do Sul, Brasil.

A INTERNET SOMOS NÓS

Antes de mais nada: Feliz 2016! Geralmente no início do ano fazemos planos e gostaria de aproveitar esse momento pra incluir você num debate …

Twitter Isn’t Raising the Character Limit. It’s Building a Wall.

Tweeters are freaking out—again—about another report that Twitter will soon lift its famous 140-character limit on the length of tweets. They should …

Social Media

It's time to care about the open web

Finally journalists are writing about the problems of silos. It's the big story of tech, but one that never seems to make headlines, even though …

Why Twitter would be right to expand to 10,000 characters – in 10,000 characters

Would a new character limit be good news for open debate on Twitter – or would the end of brevity just be an excuse for more ads?<p>What if Twitter ends up letting you make 10,000-character tweets? Well, why not?<p>At last, we’ll have plenty of room to couch our situational comments in actual context. …

Ponto de Vista: E Cunha não foi a Cuba: a pérola de nonsense do Globo na desastrada tentativa de encobrir o erro

<i>Sylvia Debossan Moretzsohn<br>Professora da UFF e pesquisadora do objETHOS</i>Fim de ano é época de retrospectivas: aquele momento em que paramos um pouco …

Comentário da Semana: 10 desejos para o jornalismo em 2016

<i>Rogério Christofoletti</i> <i><br>Professor da UFSC e pesquisador do objETHOS</i>Previsões são comuns ao final de um ano, sempre com a tentativa de entrever o que …

Objectivity, revisited

“If the substance of a thing is made of its relations with other things, a way to show that substance is to prove that these relations resist, that they are recalcitrant.”<p>Let’s be honest: Nobody wants to talk about objectivity in 2016. Sure, objectivity is the heart of (American) journalism, a …

The year we rethink (or abandon) homepages

“If the homepage has been the traditional ‘front page,’ ushering audiences into a brand and its offerings, now the article is the point of entry.”<p>Some doors will open and some doors will close in 2016.<p>One door that will open even wider and become more welcoming will be that of social media — and …

The multiple faces of witnessing

“Footage gathered by ‘citizen camera witnesses’ and professional journalists will increasingly be used to promote greater connection to and understanding of events, and to ultimately decrease the distance between the lives and experiences of others.”<p>In the coming year, journalists will experiment …

Diversity or fail

“The most incisive journalism will be from newsrooms that have a diverse staff — and top leadership that reflects that diversity.”<p>This year, news organizations will learn that if they don’t prioritize diversity and inclusivity, their best people will leave for organizations that do. The most …

The return of the independents

“News becomes a colorless background, wallpaper to our everyday experience, rather than a dynamic, substantial map of the world we live in.”<p>I am not interested in changing the world. I’d rather change the way we talk about it. No, this is not a manifesto for underachievers: To change the world, we …

Journalism as relationship building

“By reaching out with targeted calls for information and keeping the conversation going, these journalists created stories that were deeply informed by their audiences — and that wouldn’t have happened without those interchanges.”<p>Two experiences in 2015 — researching the state of crowdsourcing and …

Building news with, not just for, the community

“We need to fund more creativity in the newsroom. We also need to have more patience; building relationships — even for the most adept news organizations — takes time.”<p>When we talk about the future of journalism and wring our hands about “saving the news,” the conversation invariably turns to …

Twitter Considering 10,000-Character Limit for Tweets

Say good-bye to the 140-character constraint.<p>Longer tweets are coming soon to Twitter.<p>Twitter is building a new feature that will allow users to tweet things longer than the traditional 140-character limit, and the company is targeting a launch date toward the end of Q1, according to multiple …

Social Media

So long, 140! Twitter may soon let you share 10,000 characters per post

<i>This story has been updated to include comments from Twitter's CEO.</i><p>Brevity may be the soul of wit, but it may no longer be the soul of …

The Limits of Fact-Checking

Calling Trump (and others) out for their lies doesn’t seem to make a difference. What’s going on?<p>Of what use are all of journalism’s fact-checking operations? Don’t get me wrong. I’m a devoted fan of the truth, love reading corrections columns in the press and do not shy from revisionist history. …

How the internet misled you in 2015

<b>It was another busy year for journalists debunking fake or misleading images on social media.</b><p>In 2015, many pictures and videos went viral, some for all the wrong reasons.<p>There were deliberate fakes created to deceive the public and then there were misleading images shared, often during breaking …

Slack Teams Do Amazing Things — "Animals!" TV Commercial (60 second)

The Website Obesity Crisis

Idle Words > Talks > Website Obesity<p>This is the text version of a talk I gave on October 29, 2015, at the Web Directions conference in Sydney. [53 …

How Medium is breaking Washington's op-ed habit

The online publishing platform has assiduously courted the political class.<p>Medium, the three-year-old online publishing platform run by one of the founders of Twitter, has spent much of its infancy assiduously courting members of the political class.<p>The pitch is clear: Get your message out with …

Can upstarts like Vice and Buzzfeed keep their cool?

BuzzFeed, HuffPo and Vox will have to show they can keep their cool as they challenge more traditional rivals<p>Last year saw the digital media upstarts step up a gear, and 2016 looks set to see them consolidate their place alongside established media businesses. The biggest development of the year …

Digital publishers face a winter of discontent

The sunny days of hot growth for digital publishers are fading into a memory as many now face a long, dark winter.<p>Many venture-backed publishers are …

Advertising Industry

Peak content: The collapse of the attention economy

For a long time, we’ve been creating too much content, so much so that I think that we’ve already reached Peak Content, the point at which this glut …

Why Is Facebook Engagement Suddenly Dropping?

Publishers big and small are finding that outside Facebook’s walled garden, the social landscape has become increasingly barren. When Facebook rolled …

The first website went online 25 years ago today

If the web were a person, it wouldn't have trouble renting a car from now on: the world's first website, Tim Berners-Lee's World Wide Web, went online 25 years ago today. The inaugural page wasn't truly public when it went live at CERN on December 20th, 1990 (that wouldn't happen until August …

On 'the digital frontline', over half of journalists are exposed to traumatic UGC several times a week

A new study from the Eyewitness Media Hub highlights the current attitudes to vicarious trauma in newsrooms

Data-informed: How the Guardian and the FT use newsroom analytics

How much should analytics data influence journalists' work and is there a recipe for measuring impact?

Journalism