Un interessante articolo su come fare content curation. Original content is great. You feel good creating it, and you believe you have something fresh, entertaining, and/or useful for your readers and followers.
Something really dramatic is happening to our media landscape, the public sphere, and our journalism industry, almost without us noticing and certainly without the level of public examination and debate it deserves. Our news ecosystem has changed more...
Interessantissima analisi sul rapporto tra giornali e piattaforme social
The broadcaster is producing a virtual reality documentary about the 1916 Easter Rising to make learning about historical events more accessible
La BBC presenterà fra qualche settimana un documentario sulla Rivolta di Pasqua visibili all'interno di Oculus Rift e Samsung VRGear. Un esperimento da tenere d'occhio per vedere se la realtà virtuale porrà offire nuovi scenari al giornalismo del futuro.
“If you’re not paying for it, you’re the product,” goes an old MetaFilter post. But we haven’t even remotely begun to see what we, as products, are capable of doing for the companies selling us, and to us.
Pezzo molto interessante su come sta cambiando il modo in cui le piattaforme ci presentano i contenuti giornalistici
The Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism came out with a hefty report earlier this week on developing editorial standards for journalism. "Accuracy, Independence and Impartiality: How legacy media and digital natives approach standards in the digital age," profiles media companie…
my interest comes from a suspicion that Suck represents the web at its best, when an independent online publication could control its own narrative. Suck wasn’t trying to game its analytics, or optimize for anything, or bait-and-switch its readers for clicks. Even so, it quickly reached 10,000 daily readers, and boasted a budget large enough to pay contributing writers $1,000 per post. Reading it now, I’m struck not by nostalgia, but envy for the particular freedoms afforded to early online publications.
Uno degli esperimenti di giornalismo più creativi del web 1.0
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