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7 insights into social strategy at The Economist | Media news | Journalism.co.uk

7 insights into social strategy at The Economist | Media news | Journalism.co.uk | Journalism and the WEB | Scoop.it
As The Economist celebrates its 170th anniversary this month, we look at how it has adapted in the digital and social age
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incentivar o debate e a discussão, usando ferramentas de forma sensata na sua estratégia social, é o caminho do The Economist na internet, no seu 170º aniversário

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Media disruption: Bad for us, wonderful for humanity

Media disruption: Bad for us, wonderful for humanity | Journalism and the WEB | Scoop.it
Disruption of the mass media is a big subject. But here's an even bigger one: The incredible amount of good this same disruption is bringing to humanity worldwide. So let's forget about the mass me...
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a era da mídia infinita chegou. primeiro, choque e pavor; depois, insatisfação; em seguida, a ação.

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OpenNews: Building New Communities with the New York Times and the Washington Post

OpenNews: Building New Communities with the New York Times and the Washington Post | Journalism and the WEB | Scoop.it
Community is at the core of what we do at Knight-Mozilla OpenNews—helping to build and strengthen the community of people writing code in journalism. And community is a big part of what has made...
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o papel dos jornais foi, é e será articular comunidades
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How Hostwriter wants to connect journalists around the world | Media news

How Hostwriter wants to connect journalists around the world | Media news | Journalism and the WEB | Scoop.it
The recently launched platform lets vetted journalists contact each other for world-wide collaboration opportunities
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The internet and social media have brought even greater opportunities for collaboration, but Hostwriter, a newly-launched platform founded in Germany, aims to make it that bit easier.

"Hostwriter is a platform for journalists that makes you collaborate world-wide," explained Sandra Zistl, a freelance journalist and co-founder of Hostwriter, "and we designed the collaboration in three ways."

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In theory, The New York Times can afford to get rid of print - American Press Institute

In theory, The New York Times can afford to get rid of print - American Press Institute | Journalism and the WEB | Scoop.it
Digital revenue far exceeds the cost of running the newsroom, writes Frédéric Filloux in this piece showing how audience wise, the NYT is now predominantly digital, but most of its circulation and advertising revenue still comes from print.
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a vellha dama, no bom caminho
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The newsonomics of The New York Times’ innovators’ dilemmas

The newsonomics of The New York Times’ innovators’ dilemmas | Journalism and the WEB | Scoop.it
Dean Baquet takes over a Times newsroom with enormous digital potential and lots of structural roadblocks to achieving it. Can he be more than a transitional figure for digital?
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I won’t go into depth here about the report — the Lab has provided a goodsynopsis — but we can sum up the issues with four nouns: Leadership, Culture, Structure, Size

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The Last, Best Hope For Those In The Newspaper Business Is Probably A Hallucination

The Last, Best Hope For Those In The Newspaper Business Is Probably A Hallucination | Journalism and the WEB | Scoop.it
The shift to digital media is a generational trend. Today's young consumers have never developed a print or TV habit, and they probably never will.
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A Tecnologia Democratizará os Processos de Informação

A Tecnologia Democratizará os Processos de Informação | Journalism and the WEB | Scoop.it

>> Essa aventura fascinante, infelizmente abortada, tinha sido iniciada em 1988 por um pequeno grupo de jornalistas que comungou minha visão de futuro desenvolvida em meados dos anos 1980. No primeiro passo, reformulamos todos os processos informativos (prospecção, captação e distribuição) do Grupo Estado para que ele pudesse avançar no mercado como empresa de informação e não exclusivamente jornalística.

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1995: É redundância dizer que estamos assistindo ao mais profundo, dramático e rápido processo de mudança que a humanidade já sofreu. Mas é necessário quando estamos falando de responsabilidade das empresas e profissionais empenhados em informar o mercado financeiro: o primeiro setor da nossa sociedade que se interligou em tempo real globalmente, subvertendo a ordem instituída e questionando a noção de soberania nacional.

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2014: Considerando que nos próximos dez anos a tecnologia estará integrada nos ambientes e em cada um de nós – não será mais algo que você liga e desliga – e que isso mudará totalmente a experiência humana de viver, vejo os avanços das multiplataformas (sistemas integrados) de atuação na rede como a principal tendência em 2014.

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Journalism in a New Era

Journalism in a New Era | Journalism and the WEB | Scoop.it
Innovation has always been a key factor for company growth. But never as important as now, with the internet disrupting so many old habits and well established business models.
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o beco sem saída do jornalismo tradicional

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Quartz (qz) on Twitter

Quartz (qz) on Twitter | Journalism and the WEB | Scoop.it
The latest from Quartz (@qz). Quartz is a new kind of global business news outlet. Sign up for the Quartz Daily Brief: https://ssl.qz.com/brief. The World
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aqui, num dos elos da rede da Quartz, um belo trabalho jornalístico no novo ecossistema. vc tem o mundo todos os dias com uma boa perspectiva.

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O Papel do Jornal

O Papel do Jornal | Journalism and the WEB | Scoop.it

News, far more than art, is artifact

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News, far more than art, is artifact

meu espaço  no flipboaord, rodrigo mesquita

http://netnexus.com.br/

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The Full New York Times Innovation Report

The Full New York Times Innovation Report | Journalism and the WEB | Scoop.it
An internal report on digital innovation at the New York Times, obtained in full by Mashable, highlights the paper's struggle to embrace online publishing.
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An internal report on digital innovation at the New York Times, obtained in full byMashable, highlights the paper's struggle to embrace online publishing.

BuzzFeed on Thursday published an almost-complete version of the report, which highlights some of the issues that former executive editor Jill Abramson was meant to address. That scanned-in copy was missing pages 2, 9, 19, 21 and 22.

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The homepage is dead, and the social web has won—even at the New York Times

The homepage is dead, and the social web has won—even at the New York Times | Journalism and the WEB | Scoop.it
Traffic to the New York Times homepage fell by half in the last two years, according to the newspaper's internal review of its digital strategy.
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os impactos da rede na dinâmica das notícias
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Three ways the journalism business is changing | IJNet

Three of the speakers at the International Symposium on Online Journalism changed the way I look at the business of journalism: Jim Moroney, CEO of A.H. Belo and publisher of the Dallas Morning News; Valtteri Halla, chief technical officer at Leia Media in Finland and Jim Bankoff, founder and CEO of Vox Media.


Here is what got my attention.


by James Breiner

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A news executive's dilemma, Moroney said, is that while the news business is clearly moving toward digital and multimedia production, print is still producing significant revenue. What strategy do you adopt to balance those conflicting pressures?

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The LivePaper gets its electric charge from natural or artificial light. Because it is a single-purpose device -- it displays a newspaper -- it is simple in design and construction. The screen is 9.7 inches long and displays full color. A cloud-based media server delivers the content to the device. "Where there are radio waves and sunlight, there are updates," Leia's website declares.

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Jim Bankoff, CEO of Vox Media, described a digital media world in which the future winners will be those with high-quality branded content. He is running against the current here. He has the old-fashioned idea that you need to pay competitive salaries to attract top digital-journalism talent, and that you can make money doing it.

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8 divertidas ilustraciones que nos muestran por qué los periódicos impresos no deberían desaparecer

8 divertidas ilustraciones que nos muestran por qué los periódicos impresos no deberían desaparecer | Journalism and the WEB | Scoop.it
El mundo digital avanza a pasos agigantados engullendo los formatos tradicionales y analógicos. Muchos mercados están sufriendo los efectos de la digitalización, y uno de los sectores más afectados es el editorial, que se está viendo obligado a cambiar sus estrategias a marchas forzadas.
Los periódicos impresos parecen tener los días contados, pero muchos son los ...

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Digital disruption is now in full bloom at European, Australian newspapers | Poynter.

Digital disruption is now in full bloom at European, Australian newspapers | Poynter. | Journalism and the WEB | Scoop.it
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Statistics released yesterday by the World Association of Newspapers and News Publishers (WAN-IFRA) suggest that digital disruption is now in full bloom in Europe and Australia. Latin American newspapers are still showing moderate circulation and advertising growth. The picture is mixed in Asia and Africa.

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Who’s behind that tweet? Here’s how 7 news orgs manage their Twitter and Facebook accounts

Who’s behind that tweet? Here’s how 7 news orgs manage their Twitter and Facebook accounts | Journalism and the WEB | Scoop.it
Human, bot, or something in between? We asked ABC News, the AP, CNN, NBC News, The New York Times, USA Today, and The Wall Street Journal how they power their Twitter and Facebook accounts.
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@WSJ, @nytimes, @AP, @CNN, @NBCUniversal, @USATODAY e @ABC

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Was Content Curation born in a French Hospital 95 Years Ago?

Was Content Curation born in a French Hospital 95 Years Ago? | Journalism and the WEB | Scoop.it
America joined World War I in April, 1917. With tensions building since 1915, President Wilson finally determined that American interests and lives, increasingly threatened by unrestricted submarine warfare on the part of Germans, required military action. War was declared on Germany, and within a few days America joined its allies in the struggle. However, it would be several months before sufficient troop strength could be mobilized. By March of 1918, only 318,000 Americans had arrived in France, and they were severely overmatched at first.
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curadoria: o 1º produto 


31 Articles Each Month From Leading Magazines, Each Article of Enduring Value and Interest, In Condensed and Permanent Form.


Wallace described Reader's Digest as, "31 Articles Each Month From Leading Magazines, Each Article of Enduring Value and Interest, In Condensed and Permanent Form." It achieved wide success due to the fact that it provided readers with succinct access to hard facts and information.

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Pourquoi le journalisme en ligne n’a toujours pas de modèle économique | L'Atelier des icônes

Pourquoi le journalisme en ligne n’a toujours pas de modèle économique | L'Atelier des icônes | Journalism and the WEB | Scoop.it

Nième discussion hier soir, avec une étudiante en journalisme, sur les difficultés économiques de la presse. Une fois qu’on a fait le compte de toutes les raisons objectives qui tirent vers le low cost, des chaînes d’info continue au journalisme people en passant par l’indexation des images (et non, pas des amateurs…), on arrive toujours au même constat: l’absence de modèle économique du web..

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 Le problème du modèle économique en ligne est moins celui de la presse que celui des agences de publicité, incapables pour l’instant de dépasser le modèle des médias de masse. De ce côté-là aussi, on voit que les choses commencent à bouger. On le devine, la question du modèle économique ne restera pas éternellement sans réponse.

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Giants behaving badly: Google, Facebook and Amazon show us the downside of monopolies and black-box algorithms

Giants behaving badly: Google, Facebook and Amazon show us the downside of monopolies and black-box algorithms | Journalism and the WEB | Scoop.it
Google, Facebook and Amazon have shown us again this week why the combination of a quasi-monopoly, vested interests and an inscrutable algorithm can be a dangerous thing for internet users, since it allows them to influence what we see, know and buy
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os monopólios da rede, o maldito algoritmo e nós, os perdedores deste jogo de cartas marcadas



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Here's What People Do On The Internet All Day

Here's What People Do On The Internet All Day | Journalism and the WEB | Scoop.it
Social networks, email, video, and gaming.
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as praças dos  jornais e revistas são pouco queridas

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How algorithms decide the news you see

How algorithms decide the news you see | Journalism and the WEB | Scoop.it
Homepage traffic for news sites continues to decrease. This trend is the result of an “if the news is important, it will find me” mentality that developed with the rise of social media, when people began to read links that their friends and others in their networks recommended. Thus, readers are increasingly discovering news through social media, email, and reading…
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e o que está sendo construídos para nos defender dos processos hoje viciados

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3 takeaways from the ‘death of the homepage’ and The New York Times innovation report | Poynter.

3 takeaways from the ‘death of the homepage’ and The New York Times innovation report | Poynter. | Journalism and the WEB | Scoop.it
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The homepage isn't dead, but it's way less important than it used to be

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The leaked New York Times innovation report is one of the key documents of this media age

The leaked New York Times innovation report is one of the key documents of this media age | Journalism and the WEB | Scoop.it
It's an astonishing look inside the cultural change still needed in the shift to digital — even in one of the world's greatest newsrooms. Read it.
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uma boa análise d do Nieman Journalism Lab

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Newspapers are still essential for social media

Newspapers are still essential for social media | Journalism and the WEB | Scoop.it
Don't abandon print publications just yet; they look great on Instagram.
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New York Times completes 'innovation report' led by Sulzberger scion | Capital New York

New York Times completes 'innovation report' led by Sulzberger scion | Capital New York | Journalism and the WEB | Scoop.it
It calls for the creation of new teams focused on audience development, analytics and strategy.
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Back in July, New York Times executive editor Jill Abramson announced that Arthur Gregg Sulzberger, a metro reporter and the son of Times chairman and publisher Arthur Sulzberger Jr., would "take a leave from metro to be the editor in charge of a new ideas task force, which will function as the newsroom’s version of a skunk-works team, a creative team that will think up and propose new ways to expand our news offerings digitally."

The fruits of that exercise were revealed today with the internal release of an "innovation report" by Sulzberger and his crew. It calls for the creation of new teams focused on audience development, analytics and strategy, as well as newsroom collaboration with "reader-focused departments on the business side" and prioritizing "digital hiring to help the digital-first transition."

You can view an 11-page abstract of the report by clicking here.

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Digital and Social Media: where we are going?

Digital and Social Media: where we are going? | Journalism and the WEB | Scoop.it
How the web is playing out for local TV reporters, measuring customer satisfaction with paywalls, and how reporters think about comments: all that and more in this month’s roundup of the academic literature.
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While high-level speculation continues on the future of news and information, research studies are providing a more under-the-hood look at the practices of journalists, outlets, and the digital networks in which they operate. Here’s a recent sampling from the world of academic journals and conferences. For a look at the bleeding edge of ideas, also check out new research papers on using “crowd workers” to generate encryption keys and the social costs of “friendsourcing” questions and information.


“Rumor Cascades”: From Facebook and Stanford University, prepared for the 2014 International Conference on Weblogs and Social Media. By Adrien Friggeri, Lada A. Adamic, Dean Eckles, and Justin Cheng.


“Coproduction or cohabitation: Are anonymous online comments on newspaper websites shaping content?”: From Western Washington University, published in New Media & Society. By Carol E. Nielsen.


“Customer orientation on online newspaper business models with paid content strategies”: From Carlos III University of Madrid and the University of Texas, published in First Monday. By Manuel Goyanes and George Sylvie.


“Embedding content from Syrian citizen journalists: The rise of the collaborative news clip”: From California State University Northridge and UCLA, published in Journalism. By Melissa Wall and Sahar El Zahed.


“Twilight or New Dawn of Journalism? Evidence from the changing news ecosystem”: From the Reuters Institute, University of Oxford, published in Digital Journalism. By Robert G. Picard.













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