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30 Stylish Examples of Layouts in Magazine Design

30 Stylish Examples of Layouts in Magazine Design | Journalism & Media | Scoop.it
30 Stylish Examples of Layouts in Magazine Design - a source for graphic design inspiration and ideas, graphic arts, logo designs, typography, inspiration and visual arts- also brings news and useful resources for freelance graphic designers.

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Some lovely designs here for inspiration

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On Direction -- Proving the Narrative Significance of mise-en-scene ...

On Direction -- Proving the Narrative Significance of mise-en-scene ... | Journalism & Media | Scoop.it
Borrowed from the French theatrical term meaning 'putting into the scene', mise-en-scène signifies a director's control over the elements of the filmic image; namely lighting, set design, props, costuming, and the compositional blocking of actors...

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BBC - Blogs - College of Journalism - Investigative apps are useful tools for journalists, if rough around the edges

BBC - Blogs - College of Journalism - Investigative apps are useful tools for journalists, if rough around the edges | Journalism & Media | Scoop.it
There are a lot of websites that can help you find hidden information. But there are also software applications and browser plug-ins that can be of use to investigative journalists.

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Storytelling Ads May Be Journalism’s New Peril

Storytelling Ads May Be Journalism’s New Peril | Journalism & Media | Scoop.it

... Now the new rage is “native advertising,” which is to say advertising wearing the uniform of journalism, mimicking the storytelling aesthetic of the host site.

 

Buzzfeed, Forbes, The Atlantic and, more recently, The New Yorker, have all developed a version of native advertising, also known as sponsored content; if you are on Buzzfeed, World of Warcraft might have a sponsored post on, say, 10 reasons your virtual friends are better than your real ones.It is usually labeled advertising (sometimes clearly, sometimes not), but if the content is appealing, marketers can gain attention and engagement beyond what they might get for say, oh, a banner ad.Mr. McCambley is wary.

 

He says he thinks native advertising can provide value to both reader and advertiser when properly executed, but he worries that much of the current crop of these ads is doing damage to the contract between consumer and media organizations....


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Jeff Domansky's curator insight, September 16, 2013 2:39 PM

Will native advertising kill journalism's social contract?

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The History of Cutting - The Birth of Cinema and Continuity Editing

Cinema began as a novelty - projecting dancing shadows on a screen of simple every day scenes. But through the contributions of talented artists, a new cinematic…

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BBC - Blogs - Kermode Uncut - Made In Britain?

BBC - Blogs - Kermode Uncut - Made In Britain? | Journalism & Media | Scoop.it
The British film industry is flourishing but home-grown films often fail at the box office. What exactly makes a movie British these days?

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How social media platforms are expanding the reach of newspapers

How social media platforms are expanding the reach of newspapers | Journalism & Media | Scoop.it

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Twipe's curator insight, February 20, 2014 10:58 AM

How newspapers interact with their readers – and vice versa – has shifted dramatically. The Pew Research Center reports that more than 70 percent of online adults use social networking sites, and that number jumps to 90 percent for teenagers. In addition to that, a full 47 percent of adults have used their networks to share videos and photos they discover from around the web.

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Man Attempts To Hug a Wild Lion. What Happens Next Stunned Me

Man Attempts To Hug a Wild Lion. What Happens Next Stunned Me | Journalism & Media | Scoop.it
Kevin Richardson is a South African zookeeper renowned for being so intimate with lions that he has been accepted into several prides. What he tries to do may seem insane to most, but..
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Awesome video and use of go-pro camera

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Open data journalism: creating engaging stories...

Open data journalism: creating engaging stories... | Journalism & Media | Scoop.it

Data is everywhere: from governments publishing billions of bytes of the stuff, to visual artists creating new concepts of the world through to companies building businesses on the back of it.

At the same time, journalism has undergone a transformation; it's not that long ago that the only way to get a story published by a major news organisation involved years of training and interning and generally slaving away until you get noticed and published.

These are the days of open journalism, reporters who can use the power of the web can produce stronger, better stories. Open journalism involves the person reading and commenting on the story as much as the original reporter, and with the power to shape and influence the news they see in front of them.

But how does that connect to data journalism? These are two segments of the same pie chart - and for data journalism to develop beyond just being the latest fad, it has to engage and involve the people reading the news as well as creating it...


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10 digital trends for journalists to track in 2014 | Media news | Journalism.co.uk

10 digital trends for journalists to track in 2014 | Media news | Journalism.co.uk | Journalism & Media | Scoop.it

Industry experts from the BBC, CNN, ITV News, Trinity Mirror and The Washington Post share their predictions for the key trends in digital journalism this year.We asked five industry experts from local, national and international news outlets to share their predictions for digital journalism in 2014.

 

The 10 key trends they identified include short-form video, private social media, drone journalism, responsive design and new apps and devices...


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Jeff Domansky's curator insight, January 7, 2014 2:18 AM

These journalism trends will be of interest to PR and marketing pros as well. 

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The most important trends of last year, What will be the ones for 2015?

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British film-making sees decline

British film-making sees decline | Journalism & Media | Scoop.it
The number of British films being made has shown a drop in the past few years, according to new figures.

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Who Deserves the 2014 Oscar for Best Cinematography?

See what great cinematography means to you: http://www.fandor.com/keyframe/oscars-2014-video-evidence-cinematography Part of the series "Oscars 2014: Video Evidence": http://www.fandor.com/keyframe/oscar-video-2014-who-really-deserves-to-win

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