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o tempo social é influenciado pela linguagem que restringe e fixa conceitos prévios e modos de pensar", uma defesa do tempo. harold innis.
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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

meu espaço  no flipboaord, rodrigo mesquita

http://netnexus.com.br/, são paulo, brasil

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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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Avançando sobre a nova àgora

Avançando sobre a nova àgora | Journalism and the WEB | Scoop.it
Earlier this week, we published a chart showing Google's incredible opportunity based on all the billion user properties it owns. Today, we present Facebook's version of the same chart. 
Right now, Facebook's apps don't have 1 billion users.
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Documento do NETmundial recebe críticas ao final

Documento do NETmundial recebe críticas ao final | Journalism and the WEB | Scoop.it
Rússia, Cuba e Índia se mostram contrários ao texto deliberado; sociedade civil considera a carta 'decepcionante'
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neste link https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ykJcnweXmBI, @yochaibenkler explica o conflito entre o passado e o futuro - a causa de um documento sem consenso e deformado na #netmundial2014

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a internet não vai salvar o velho modelo de negócios dos jornais

a internet não vai salvar o velho modelo de negócios dos jornais | Journalism and the WEB | Scoop.it
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há que se fazer mais. e há o que fazer...

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Newspaper industry narrowed revenue loss in 2013 as paywall plans increased | Poynter.

Newspaper industry narrowed revenue loss in 2013 as paywall plans increased | Poynter. | Journalism and the WEB | Scoop.it
Create. Inform. Engage. | Journalism training, media news & how to's
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Fascinante encontro com García Márquez e seu mundo (vídeo)

This is an excellent documentary of the life, times, thoughts and writings of Colombian-born Gabriel García Márquez, one of the twentieth century's most nota...
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A few accumulated thoughts on media

A few accumulated thoughts on media | Journalism and the WEB | Scoop.it
The future of the media business continues to be an important and oftentimes confusing discussion. Here are a few thoughts.
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Media is not publishing aloneMy definition of media? “Anything which owns attention.” This could be a game, or perhaps a platform. Ironically, the media tends to associate media with publishing — digital or otherwise — which in turn is too narrow a way to consider not only the media but also the reality of the competitive landscape and media-focused innovation.
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They may be filled with trolls, but comments still have value -- and they could have even more

They may be filled with trolls, but comments still have value -- and they could have even more | Journalism and the WEB | Scoop.it
Many media outlets look down on comments, and some have killed them off entirely, arguing that they are filled with bad behavior and therefore worthless.
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News orgs: I can understand killing comments for lack of resources (human/financial). But stop blaming commenters, OK? This is on you. dan gilmor
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The Next America

The Next America | Journalism and the WEB | Scoop.it
Demographic transformations are dramas in slow motion. America is in the midst of two right now. Our population is becoming majority non-white at the same time a record share is going gray.
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além da densidade informativa (sobre o enorme de desafio que todos nós temos pela frente), é uma aula de edição não linear. um espetáculo!

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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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newspaper map | ✰

newspaper map | ✰ | Journalism and the WEB | Scoop.it
Newspaper Map | find and translate all newspapers in the world ✰
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num clic, os jornais do mundo

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Felix Salmon is leaving Reuters for the Fusion network because the future of media is "post text"

Felix Salmon is leaving Reuters for the Fusion network because the future of media is "post text" | Journalism and the WEB | Scoop.it
Financial and media blogger Felix Salmon says he is leaving Reuters to join Fusion, a cable channel co-owned by ABC and Univision, because the future of storytelling and communication is not in text but in video, animation and other digital experiments
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“The core of what I do at Fusion will be post-text. Text has had an amazing run, online, not least because it’s easy and cheap to produce. When it comes to digital storytelling, however, the possibilities — at least if you have the kind of resources that Fusion has — are much, much greater.”

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Brands aren't the only ones becoming publishers and doing journalism -- advocacy groups are too

Brands aren't the only ones becoming publishers and doing journalism -- advocacy groups are too | Journalism and the WEB | Scoop.it
Advocacy and non-profit agencies like Human Rights Watch fall into a group that veteran media-watcher Dan Gillmor calls “almost journalists,” and they are expanding their ability to produce their own journalism in much the same way that brands and advertisers have been
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Robert Thomson, CEO da News Corp, declarou ontem em matéria do The Guardian (http://www.theguardian.com/media/2014/mar/31/news-corp-robert-thomson-washington-post-journalists) que "os jornalistas de jornal não entederam que estamos num momento diferente da história". E complementou dizendo que atuar nas plataformas digitais significa tocar as pessoas de forma diferente, sem comprometer a ética.



Recentemente, o presidente da NAA - Newspaper Association of America - reconheceu publicamente que a indústria jornalística (e eu acrescento os jornalistas também) como um todo menosprezou o movimento inciado há cerca de 15 anos quando a internet emergiu com os predicados que conhecemos. E que se isso tivesse ocorrido a indústria não estaria enfrentando a concorrência desenfreada que vem enfrentando e com certeza seria um dos principais vetores da construção da nova plataforma de informação, comunicação e articulação da sociedade, que não exclui velhos e novos mecanismos. eles convivem e vão conviver.



Como considero que a médio e longo prazo é este processo que vai determinar a democracia que vamos viver, que na minha opinião não prescindirá de jornalistas e jornalismo, publico este artigo da Gigaom, recomendando que sejam lidos os artigos aí citados e linkados de Dan Gilmour e Clay Shirky, que tratam do mesmo assunto.

O processo que estamos vivendo - marcas, anunciantes, ongs, políticos, entidades, instituições e, ainda de forma bastante anárquica e muitas vezes superficial, os indivíduos em geral atuando com "jornalistas" na rede - abre novos caminhos para o jornalismo profissional. Entre eles, a cobertura profissional e isenta deste novo jogo de interesses. O jornalismo profissional continua sendo a intermediação entre o público e o poder. Precisamos agregar valor.



Publico e convido os membros desta comunidade a debaterem a questão.

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Publishing is no longer a job or an industry -- it's a button

Publishing is no longer a job or an industry -- it's a button | Journalism and the WEB | Scoop.it
As author Clay Shirky points out, the simple act of publishing something — whether it’s a book or a news article — doesn’t require an industry any more, just a button. So what do the traditional content-publishing industries do now to justify their continued existence?
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"se as editoras tradicionais - de todos os tipos, não apenas a indústria do livro - querem manter algum do valor que eles tiveram no passado, vão ter que parar de pensar em controlar o processo de distribuição ou a plataforma de entrega, e pensar mais sobre os serviços que podem ser adicionados para autores e leitores."

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"State of the News" nos EUA: mais instável do que se pensava

"State of the News" nos EUA: mais instável do que se pensava | Journalism and the WEB | Scoop.it
"Perdoem-me por não brindar ao renascimento do jornalismo na era digital, que eu saudaria alegremente se ele realmente estivesse ocorrendo.
Mas a realidade é que os negócios que historicamente financiaram o jornalismo local então fazendo cortes na cobertura, ao mesmo tempo em que a maioria das novas empresas digitais está lutando para atingir a sustentabilidade financeira.
Podemos ver isso -- e muito mais -- no relatório anual State of the News do Pew Research Center, divulgado na semana passada. As conclusões mais importantes do relatório são leitura obrigatória para qualquer um que se preocupe com quem no futuro vai produzir uma cobertura local consistente e ampla, e com o jornalismo rigoroso e voltado para o interesse público.
por Alan D. Mutter, no blog Reflections of a Newsosaur
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O Pew indica que a maioria das startups jornalísticas digitais, incluindo grandes marcas como Huffington Post e Global Post, ainda não conseguiram atingir modelos de negócios sustentáveis e lucrativos. Isso é especialmente relevante, como já foi discutido aqui, no caso das operações sem fins lucrativos. Como indicação do caminho que as empresas jornalísticas digitais ainda têm de percorrer para se aproximar da capacidade econômica da mídia tradicional, basta dizer que os digitais faturaram cerca de US$ 5 bilhões, ou 7%, dos US$ 60 bilhões gerados pela publicidade e assinaturas do setor como um todo.

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The Future of Facebook May Not Say ‘Facebook’ - NYTimes.com

The Future of Facebook May Not Say ‘Facebook’ - NYTimes.com | Journalism and the WEB | Scoop.it
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You can see this thinking at work in Paper. Developers on the project said they they’d been given the freedom to try out new kinds of programming tools and to indulge novel design ideas; they described it as an effort to mimic the ethos of a start-up within Facebook. The result is powerful: Paper looks and feels like no other Facebook app, and it is a pleasure to use — one of the most arresting mobile products that any company, large or small, has put out recently.
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LA Newspaper Embraces Print In Digital Era | NetNewsCheck.com

LA Newspaper Embraces Print In Digital Era | NetNewsCheck.com | Journalism and the WEB | Scoop.it
The Los Angeles Register, the new product of Freedom Communication, launched today, available at 5,500 locations around L.A. — at many newsstands and vending boxes where the 132-year-old Los Angeles Times is found. It's the first direct challenge on the Times' home market since the Herald-Examiner folded in November 1989.
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uma experiência a ser acompanhada

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Newspapers - Video Production at Daily Papers

Newspapers - Video  Production at Daily Papers | Journalism and the WEB | Scoop.it
Video Now / The Tow Center for Digital Journalism
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