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The 5 biggest digital media trends for 2014 | Mobile | Creative Bloq

The 5 biggest digital media trends for 2014 | Mobile | Creative Bloq | Digital trends | Scoop.it
Three years after Steve Jobs introduced the iPad, it's clear that we're looking at a new paradigm of digital publishing: content designed for and delivered through apps on touchscreen devices just isn't the same as the web or print.
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From Google Glass to Snowfalling: What will journalism look like in 2014?

From Google Glass to Snowfalling: What will journalism look like in 2014? | Digital trends | Scoop.it
If you want to peer into the future of journalism, do yourself a favor and look to Jay Rosen's Studio 20 journalism program at NYU. Sure, I may be biased: I graduated from the program in 2011. But ...
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6 product development lessons from how the Financial Times built fastFT

6 product development lessons from how the Financial Times built fastFT | Digital trends | Scoop.it
If you're looking for an example of an old media business that gets digital then you won't do much better than the Financial Times.
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3 ways publishers are repurposing content and 'underlying data' | Media news | Journalism.co.uk

3 ways publishers are repurposing content and 'underlying data' | Media news | Journalism.co.uk | Digital trends | Scoop.it
A look at ways to do more with your digital content, using case studies from three publishers, one online-only and two with print magazine products
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Can La Presse save the newspaper industry by doing everything wrong?

Can La Presse save the newspaper industry by doing everything wrong? | Digital trends | Scoop.it
The newspaper industry is dying. The data is conclusive. As baby boomers die off, so will the business model of the daily newspaper, and there's no way to stop it. As someone who works for a daily ...
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12 trends shaping digital news

12 trends shaping digital news | Digital trends | Scoop.it
How the internet and digital devices are changing our news consumption habits.
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UK’s Daily Mail Delivers iPad Edition to Reach its 1.8M Daily Readers « Adobe Digital Publishing

UK’s Daily Mail Delivers iPad Edition to Reach its 1.8M Daily Readers « Adobe Digital Publishing | Digital trends | Scoop.it
Delivering immersive experiences for magazines, newspapers, retail catalogs, and corporate publications
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As brands start building digital newsrooms, what do they need to succeed? | Poynter.

Create. Inform. Engage. | Journalism training, media news & how to's
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Don’t force print-shaped content onto a mobile-shaped platform

Don’t force print-shaped content onto a mobile-shaped platform | Digital trends | Scoop.it
Pilot mobile project at Trinity Mirror seeks answers to three fundamental questions about the future of mobile newspapers.
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Evening iPad editions: Eight tablet publishing tips | Media news | Journalism.co.uk

Evening iPad editions: Eight tablet publishing tips | Media news | Journalism.co.uk | Digital trends | Scoop.it
A detailed look at why and how three news outlets in Italy, Brazil and the US launched evening iPad editions, and what the future holds
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ProPublica introduces a magazine to reach new readers on mobile

ProPublica introduces a magazine to reach new readers on mobile | Digital trends | Scoop.it
ProPublica The Magazine will be a monthly collection of the investigative site's work available on Apple's Newsstand.
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iPad users prefer landscape mode, late-night browsing

iPad users prefer landscape mode, late-night browsing | Digital trends | Scoop.it
A new analysis of iPad user data has revealed some interesting trends among Apple product owners, including the fact that the landscape orientation may be more popular than portrait.
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iPad users prefer landscape mode, late-night browsing

iPad users prefer landscape mode, late-night browsing | Digital trends | Scoop.it
A new analysis of iPad user data has revealed some interesting trends among Apple product owners, including the fact that the landscape orientation may be more popular than portrait.
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5 Hopeful Signs For Publishing From 2013 - Digiday

The devastation the digital explosion has wrought upon publishers is also clearing the path for innovation and newer models.
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2014: The year we start developing for mobile first | ZDNet

2014: The year we start developing for mobile first | ZDNet | Digital trends | Scoop.it
Things are changing in how customers want to interact with businesses.
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He Ain’t Snowfalling, He’s My Brother

He Ain’t Snowfalling, He’s My Brother | Digital trends | Scoop.it
Not many newsrooms have the wherewithal to produce their own “Snow Fall,” and that, some say, dooms the NYT’s experiment to becoming a mere blip in the history of periodical web design. But it’s not all about per-article cost-effectiveness.
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What’s First, Technology or Content? - Tony Silber @ FolioMag.com

What’s First, Technology or Content? - Tony Silber @ FolioMag.com | Digital trends | Scoop.it
Where should media companies be focusing priorities?
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Dallas Top City For Smartphone, Tablet Use -- InformationWeek

Dallas Top City For Smartphone, Tablet Use -- InformationWeek | Digital trends | Scoop.it
Dallas has higher smartphone adoption rate than New York and San Francisco, survey shows. Also, a frightening 2% of people admit to mobile shopping during a funeral.
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20 tools and apps for digital journalists | Media news | Journalism.co.uk

20 tools and apps for digital journalists | Media news | Journalism.co.uk | Digital trends | Scoop.it
A collection of some of the best storytelling, search and productivity tools and apps for journalists
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A look at Het Nieuwsblad's strategy for new tablet version | Media news | Journalism.co.uk

A look at Het Nieuwsblad's strategy for new tablet version | Media news | Journalism.co.uk | Digital trends | Scoop.it
The Belgian national newspaper integrates extra video and picture content into the newspaper layout as 'look and feel' of print trumps web design
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Ultralight CMSes Head to Head - Features - Source: An OpenNews project

Ultralight CMSes Head to Head - Features - Source: An OpenNews project | Digital trends | Scoop.it
Source - Journalism Code, Context & Community
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ESPN's 'Project Blueprint' measures consumer usage in new and revealing way

ESPN's 'Project Blueprint' measures consumer usage in new and revealing way | Digital trends | Scoop.it
Recently, ESPN announced the preliminary findings of Project Blueprint, the first five-platform measurement initiative, launched in collaboration with Arbitron Inc. and comScore last September. Fro...
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Brookings' immersive essay: A Deadly Triangle - Afghanistan, Pakistan and India

Brookings' immersive essay: A Deadly Triangle - Afghanistan, Pakistan and India | Digital trends | Scoop.it
With the U.S. and its allies planning to scale down their military efforts significantly in Afghanistan in 2014, a dangerous neighborhood—filled with nuclear weapons, disputed borders, as well as ethnic and tribal divisions—has the potential to...
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