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We're on the Brink of a New Era of Innovation. Will You Survive It?

It's better to prepare than adapt because, by the time you see the need to adapt, it may already be too late<p>One of the most interesting things I discuss in my book <i>Mapping Innovation</i> is what I call the new era of innovation, which will create profoundly new technologies, classes of data and business …

Innovation

10 Newspapers That Do It Right 2018: Recognizing Success in Pioneering Newsrooms, Advertising Growth and Community Engagement

This year’s list of 10 Newspapers That Do It Right once again recognizes some of the biggest and brightest ideas taking place in our industry right …

Smart road in Italia, autostrade intelligenti entro il 2025

La rete stradale italiana potrà finalmente <b>ospitare la sperimentazione di veicoli a guida automatica</b>, grazie al Decreto ministeriale firmato venerdì …

Facebook’s support for local news subscriptions is one move in the larger dance between publishers and platforms

After testing subscriptions in Instant Articles and prioritizing local content in the News Feed, Facebook will now be coaching local news publishers on “unlock[ing] strategies that help…build digital customer acquisitions on and off our platform” in its pilot Local News Subscriptions …

GroundSource switched from an email newsletter to a SMS newsletter and actually got responses

Want to connect with and update audience. Spend time perfecting email newsletter. Ask subscribers for responses. Receive zero responses. Sound familiar?<p>This is the trap into which GroundSource, a platform known for its messaging-based engagement tools (now also offered to newsrooms as part of the …

Try out this open source tool for editing video and audio transcripts » Nieman Journalism Lab

Transcribing and then trying to edit audio or video makes me want to tear my hair out. While there are free tools out there to simplify the process — oTranscribe, Draft — finding the right quotes from a long speech or cleaning up a Q&A still feels interminable.<p>autoEdit, an open source editor being …

Digital Marketing: What’s In Store For 2017?

Can you believe it’s October already? 2016 was supposed to be the year to end all years in the world of marketing. And yet it’s passed us by in a …

This French startup is helping news orgs build personalized email newsletters for readers

With its algorithm, Ownpage shows readers stories based on their reading habits and what other similar users are reading.<p>About two years ago, the daily French financial newspaper Les Echos was looking to expand its email newsletter offerings. The paper knew that readers reached via email tended to …

Gallup: Trust in media is at all-time low

Journalists have taken fire from candidates and their surrogates this year as the election approaches, and some of that criticism seems to have stuck.<p>…

Hillary Clinton

Newsletter editors are the new important person in newsrooms

Publishers are rediscovering that email newsletters are a reliable way to reach readers — and serve a critically important direct connection to …

Advertising Industry

La tirannia della finanza e la bestia

Il problema delle società avanzate è il «finanzcapitalismo», che a differenza del capitalismo classico, che produceva «valore», tale valore lo …

Newsonomics: In the platform wars, how well are you armed?

“Think about platforms as fishing places where you can find large, engaged audiences and build a relationship with them by providing content. Then offer these users some other services off-platform.”<p>Feel like you are in a social stupor? Facebook getting you down? Have that vague feeling that your …

Ripple wants to deliver local news — and it wants your help writing it

Viki founder Razmig Hovaghimian launches a "city-focused news platform."<p>The internet is a good place to learn lots of things. What’s happening in your neighborhood is not one of them: Efforts to create sites that deliver local news have largely fallen flat, and have for a very long time (see: …

San Francisco

We know people read news on their phones. But from what sources? » Nieman Journalism Lab

People read the news on their smartphones (duh). They will even read longform (to a certain extent). But do these smartphone users prefer getting their news from apps or news sites? What are their news-reading behaviors within different apps? And what else do we know about these news readers?<p>A new …

I MIGLIORI FILM SULLA CRISI

Come promesso diamo il via alla carellata dei migliori film e documentari che possono aiutare chiunque a comprendere cosa e successo e cosa sta …

How Four of the Smallest Newsrooms in America Are Using Video

In January media consultant Mario Garcia wrote that 2016 would be “the year of (more and better ) video” and argued that “Video should be central to …

Jersey Shore

Bike to work, in Francia parte l’incentivo a chilometro. Anche in Italia c'è chi lo sperimenta

Il Governo francese ha emanato il decreto legge che introduce un <b>incentivo chilometrico</b> per i lavoratori che usano bicicletta per il tragitto …

“Fare la differenza”. I ventenni italiani di fronte alla politica - micromega-online - micromega

<i>di Nicolò Bellanca</i><br>1. Nella sua recente monografia, Elisa Lello distingue tra “giovani” (i ventenni) e “giovani adulti” (che arrivano ai trentacinque …

Local news gets smarter on mobile

“This has been the year many newsrooms (finally!) ditched the Page 1 meeting. Dare I say the coming year will see us lavish as much attention on the small screen as we still do on print Page 1 designs.”<p>After shoveling stories across platforms and mastering the art of the “Five things to know for …

Pay attention to distraction

“There’s a big question I think we need to ask ourselves as an industry: Where does this constant shift in attention and loyalty leave news organizations in five or 10 years?”<p>As most people with children in their lives probably do, I worry about the world my nieces, ages 4 and 7, will face in the …

FaceBook alle forche caudine delle aziende o imprese al guado di FaceBook?

La versione “at Work” di Facebook ha superato la fase pilota ed è pronta a misurarsi con l’accesso libero per tutte le imprese.<p>Che cosa vuole dire, …

Suolo che scompare sotto il cemento, denuncia del WWF per la «Terra rubata

<b>ROMA –</b> Nei prossimi 10 anni in Italia potrebbe scomparire sotto il cemento un’area grande quanto l’Agro Pontino. Senza contare, che vengono …

The earth lost one-third of all arable land in the last 40 years.

COP 21: 12 things we've learnt from the Paris Summit so far

The first few days of the Paris Climate Summit have been remarkably eventful, with world leaders signalling their support for an ambitious deal, the …

G20 Nations Spending $452 Billion On Fossil Fuel Subsidies

<b>Published on</b> November 13th, 2015 | <i>by Joshua S Hill</i><p>23<p>November 13th, 2015 by <b>Joshua S Hill</b><p>A new report has concluded that members of the G20 are …

Fossil Fuels

After Paris, We Need More Fellowship, Not More Leadership

I was waiting to be let in for our first university exam when the machine gun went off outside. My classmates and I rushed to the windows and saw the killers escaping while pedestrians hovered around the victims’ car.<p>When the police arrived, we were already sitting our test in silence. All I …

Leadership

LinkedIn Starts Building a Syndicated Content Network

There's no money involved. But no reason there couldn't be, one day.<p>LinkedIn has gotten a lot of mileage out of the free content that famous people like Richard Branson write for the social network. Now it wants to get more: The company wants to syndicate that content for publication on other sites.<p>…

Marketing

10 basics today’s journalists need

One week into college, my journalism professor gave a lecture on what journalists need to know—except he didn’t really explain anything. He just …