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Is Mobile Affecting When We Read?

Is Mobile Affecting When We Read? | Journalism and Internet | Scoop.it
This chart shows the number of articles saved to Read It Later each hour (adjusted for timezones).  As you would suspect, it is steady throughout the day as we are bombarded with content every waking hour.

So how are readers dealing with the deluge of information?

Time Shifted Reading

Readers are saving content for a better time.

People are busy.  It’s unrealistic that we are going to consume all of this content the exact moment we discover it.  So we leave dozens of tabs open, we email ourselves links, or we use Read It Later to hold on to the content until we are ready to consume it.

Let’s take a look at when different users get around to reading the content they save during the day:
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New iPhone App from The Guardian Adopts Subscription Model

New iPhone App from The Guardian Adopts Subscription Model | Journalism and Internet | Scoop.it
The Guardian expects its updated iPhone app to be approved this week, shifting from a one-time charge of £2.39 ($3.72) to a subscription model at £2.99 ($4.66) for six months or £3.99 ($6.21) for 12 months, as reported by paidContent, a sister company to the U.K. newspaper.

The figures above apply to users in the United Kingdom, as paidContent reported that The Guardian was disappointed by download figures in the United States and will offer a free app to be supported by ads placed via Apple iAds.
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What lies ahead: Publishing - O'Reilly Radar

What lies ahead: Publishing - O'Reilly Radar | Journalism and Internet | Scoop.it
People think of ebooks as simply another format, but ebooks actually represent an opportunity for a change in form. For example, you used to buy a printed atlas or a printed map, but now you have a dynamic, perpetually-updated, real-time map that shows you where you are. The old paper maps aren't very useful anymore.
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Google Digital Newsstand Aims to Muscle In on Apple - WSJ.com

Google Digital Newsstand  Aims to Muscle In on Apple - WSJ.com | Journalism and Internet | Scoop.it
Google and Apple have stepped up their battle to win over publishers, as the two companies vie to become the dominant distributor of newspapers and magazines for tablet computers and other mobile devices.
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In its debut year, the iPad has not saved journalism, but it offers 3 lessons for media companies | Poynter.

In its debut year, the iPad has not saved journalism, but it offers 3 lessons for media companies | Poynter. | Journalism and Internet | Scoop.it
The iPad was announced in January of this year, and it has yet to save journalism. So much for that New Year’s resolution.

True, Apple’s tablet did make 2010 “the year of mobile,” or more accurately, the year newsrooms finally started to take mobile seriously. Media companies are still finding their footing, and the scattered approaches — ranging from PDF replica edition apps to yard sale guides — are evidence of that.
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India Abroad : 140 Characters, unlimited possibilities - December 31, 2010 -

India Abroad : 140 Characters, unlimited possibilities - December 31, 2010 - | Journalism and Internet | Scoop.it
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On The Media: "Correct Me If I’m Wrong" (December 24, 2010)

On The Media: "Correct Me If I’m Wrong" (December 24, 2010) | Journalism and Internet | Scoop.it
As 2010 draws to a close, Craig Silverman, of the website and book Regret the Error, joins us for his annual visit. Silverman unveils his media errors and corrections of the year and tells us more about the Report an Error Alliance, a new initiative which proposes an industry standard for reporting errors and corrections easily and efficiently online.
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Aggregators: the good ones vs. the looters | Monday Note

Aggregators: the good ones vs. the looters | Monday Note | Journalism and Internet | Scoop.it
News aggregators have grown into all shapes and forms. Some are truly helping the producers of original content but others simply amount to mere electronic
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Journalisme et réseaux sociaux: 11 tendances pour 2011 OWNI

Journalisme et réseaux sociaux: 11 tendances pour 2011 OWNI | Journalism and Internet | Scoop.it
Ni prédictions, ni révélations ici, mais une synthèse non exhaustive des idées lues, vues, entendues en cette fin d’année sur les blogs et dans les conférences (notamment Rencontres RSLN, LeWeb, news:rewired), par Citizenside

On aurait pu titrer en parlant de “mots-clés”, mais c’est so 2008.
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The growing importance of data journalism - O'Reilly Radar

The growing importance of data journalism - O'Reilly Radar | Journalism and Internet | Scoop.it
Data journalists now have huge volumes of accessible government data, but a recent panel discussion reveals that cultural roadblocks and
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‘Twinterviews’: Is This the New Journalism?

‘Twinterviews’: Is This the New Journalism? | Journalism and Internet | Scoop.it
‘Twinterviews’: Is This the New Journalism?
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Arianna Huffington: HuffPost to Turn Profit in 2010, Triple Sales in 2012 - WebNewser

Arianna Huffington: HuffPost to Turn Profit in 2010, Triple Sales in 2012 - WebNewser | Journalism and Internet | Scoop.it
Arianna Huffington: HuffPost to Turn Profit in 2010, Triple Sales in 2012
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What will 2011 bring for journalism? Clay Shirky predicts widespread disruptions for syndication - Nieman Journalism Lab

What will 2011 bring for journalism? Clay Shirky predicts widespread disruptions for syndication - Nieman Journalism Lab | Journalism and Internet | Scoop.it
To mark the end of the year, we at the Lab decided to ask some of the smartest people we know what they thought 2011 would bring for journalism. We're very pleased that so many of them agreed to share their predictions with us. Over the next few days, you'll hear from Steve Brill, Vivian Schiller, Michael Schudson, Markos Moulitsas, Kevin Kelly, Geneva Overholser, Adrian Holovaty, Jakob Nielsen, Evan Smith, Megan McCarthy, David Fanning, Matt Thompson, Bob Garfield, Matt Haughey, and more.We also want to hear your predictions: take our Lab reader poll and tell us what you think we'll be talking about in 2011. We'll share those results later this week.To start off our package of predictions, here's Clay Shirky. Happy holidays.
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Social Media and Subpoenas: The Loophole That Puts Journalistic Sources at Risk

Social Media and Subpoenas: The Loophole That Puts Journalistic Sources at Risk | Journalism and Internet | Scoop.it
Shield laws protect journalists and their sources, but communication via social media can be seized via subpoena, as we've seen in the case of WikiLeaks and Twitter. How can this loophole be addressed?
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RollingStone.com Discovers Web Video

RollingStone.com Discovers Web Video | Journalism and Internet | Scoop.it
Rolling Stone is making a big push to jazz up online, and videos of performers like Rye Rye (who definitely entertained in her tight, lace-up bodysuit) are a key part of that strategy. Despite its journalistic stature, Rolling Stone’s digital imprint is tiny; according to comScore, the site drew 1.3 million uniques in November, putting it at No. 32 among music sites—far behind giants like MTV (58 million uniques) and MySpace Music (25 million uniques).
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Innovations in Magazines 2010: Adapt & Thrive

Innovations in Magazines 2010: Adapt & Thrive | Journalism and Internet | Scoop.it
While many media companies have rushed to build apps for iPads and Android tablets, they say their current inability to sell standard subscriptions through iTunes, a shortage of data about app buyers and tough business terms are keeping them from investing more in the effort.
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Why the iPad is Destroying the Future of Journalism

Why the iPad is Destroying the Future of Journalism | Journalism and Internet | Scoop.it
The iPad has been dubbed a revolutionary device and the journalism industry has raced to embrace it. But their embrace is more of a desperate final grasp at the past.

The iPad is a delightful device, but it can't salvage the existing model for journalism.
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Anonymous Twitter Account Named Music Critic of Year by Village Voice

Anonymous Twitter Account Named Music Critic of Year by Village Voice | Journalism and Internet | Scoop.it
New York cultural periodical the Village Voice has named @discographies, an anonymous Twitter account that publishes 140-character reviews of the life work of musicians and bands, as its music critic of The Year
"Social networks are opening the world of international publishing to almost anyone, almost anywhere. It's an end-run around the old world of privilege, power and access. (Consumer technology and leisure not withstanding.)"
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The future of news in 4 dimensions: Nieman Journalism Lab

The future of news in 4 dimensions:   Nieman Journalism Lab | Journalism and Internet | Scoop.it
" questions like “what kind of journalism best integrates with the nature of 21st-century democracy and society?” are also practical problems. So in this post I want to apply the model to a few real new organizations, describe what problems I think it might help us solve..."
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The Report an Error Alliance

The Report an Error Alliance | Journalism and Internet | Scoop.it
Opening a feedback loop for fixing mistakes on the Web.
"The Web is a two-way medium. If you’re a publisher, journalist or provider of any kind of information, you want to know if you got something wrong. Right?

So now it’s time to make it easy for people to tell you about it.

Giving site visitors an easy-to-find, easy-to-use “report an error” button is a way of saying to them that you care about accuracy, you want to know when you make errors, and you’re conscientious about fixing them. It’s like putting a “you can trust this” badge on everything you publish.
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Print is Dead? Nah, It's Just a Start-Up | design mind

Print is Dead? Nah, It's Just a Start-Up | design mind | Journalism and Internet | Scoop.it

"instead of fearing such a powerful cultural catalyst, long-time print publishers must embrace and harness it. In order to stake a claim in this growing digital territory, magazines will have to re-imagine their identity and disrupt their current content and advertising model to appeal to new hyper-social audiences thirsting for interactive media. "
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Video Killed the Radio Star, But Might Save Newspapers

Video Killed the Radio Star, But Might Save Newspapers | Journalism and Internet | Scoop.it
According to a new survey of the online video market from Brightcove and TubeMogul, newspapers as a group overtook broadcasters in terms of the total number of video minutes streamed in the third quarter. Newspapers also led in terms of total number of videos uploaded.
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America's Next Great Pundit: reality contest to find new Washington Post columnist | Media | guardian.co.uk

America's Next Great Pundit: reality contest to find new Washington Post columnist | Media | guardian.co.uk | Journalism and Internet | Scoop.it
Reality TV-style competition, complete with text and email voting, gets thumbs up and down from the online community
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Flipboard's Mike McCue: Web format has 'contaminated' online journalism | Technology | Los Angeles Times

Flipboard's Mike McCue: Web format has 'contaminated' online journalism | Technology | Los Angeles Times | Journalism and Internet | Scoop.it
Flipboard, the social magazine app for the iPad, seems to be having a flipping good run. Last week, the famously design-conscious Apple Inc. named Flipboard its App of the Year. Then Wednesday, Chief Executive Mike McCue joined Twitter's board of...
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PR Newswire Asia Releases First-ever Report on the Work-related Use of Social Media... -- BEIJING, Dec. 14, 2010 /PRNewswire-Asia/ --

PR Newswire Asia Releases First-ever Report on the Work-related Use of Social Media... -- BEIJING, Dec. 14, 2010 /PRNewswire-Asia/ -- | Journalism and Internet | Scoop.it
PR Newswire Asia Releases First-ever Report on the Work-related Use of Social Media by Chinese Journalists.
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