When is a journalist not a journalist? When they work for De Correspondent, which is working with a new, reader centric model of journalism, where writers are no longer handing down stone tablets from on high, but a leader in a conversation.
News organizations are experimenting increasingly with robot journalism, using computer programs to transform data into news stories, or news stories into multimedia presentations.
Most uses of robot journalism have been for fairly formulaic situations — company earnings reports, stock market summaries, earthquake alerts and youth sports stories. But inevitably, news companies will be testing automatic news writing on more challenging subjects.
What are the ethics of robot journalism? When editors consider using automated news writing, what issues of accuracy, quality and transparency arise?
Il Wall Street Journal resta il gioiello nella corona di asset mediatici, vecchi e nuovi, di News Corp. Un gioiello che paga, come tutti, le rivoluzioni di internet e l’erosione della pubblicità.
Ma che cambia al passo con i tempi, ha identificato una strada per il futuro e la persegue per valorizzarsi: se il prestigio di sempre facilita forse la tenuta nella diffusione del giornale, il segreto ora è far leva sul marchio per scommettere su nuove frontiere e nuovi prodotti, anzitutto nel digitale.
Alcune grandi aziende americane hanno cominciato a pensare come delle media company, realizzando progetti editoriali indipendenti e in collaborazione con testate giornalistiche. General Electric sta cercando nuove strade insieme a Economist, Atlantic Media e Vox. Si va verso la “brandizzazione” definitiva del giornalismo?
Lelio Simi's insight:
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As most know, we lost Gigaom last week. It was a sudden passing of a widely beloved tech media company, and it’s been touching to watch the Twitter tributes from fellow media and tech readers wide and far.
Journalists are a cynical bunch — we don’t like crap content. And social media is full of it. So why am I writing a guide for journalists on how to use social media more effectively in reporting? I’ve been asking myself that question a lot recently.
Guardian News & Media says that 20% rise in digital sales more than offset declines in print circulation and ad revenue in year to 29 March Underlying losses at the Guardian and Observer publisher Guardian News & Media are expected to remain flat...
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