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UK Readers Engage with News Brands on Twitter

UK Readers Engage with News Brands on Twitter | Journalism Trends and Futures | Scoop.it
More and more UK consumers in search of news content—particularly, young consumers—are heading for Twitter. And once they’re there, they often engage with news brands that they wouldn’t normally read either in print or online.
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The journalistic limitations of the iPhone - Opinion

The journalistic limitations of the iPhone - Opinion | Journalism Trends and Futures | Scoop.it
Consumers of media need creators of news, not collectors, parasites and recyclers; they need hunters rather than gatherers.
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US dailies ditch whole days. Here, we just watch the circulations fall

US dailies ditch whole days. Here, we just watch the circulations fall | Journalism Trends and Futures | Scoop.it
Alabama's Anniston Star has dropped its Monday edition to help cut costs, but the daily papers here are unlikely to follow suit.
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Fake Bylines Reveal Hidden Costs Of Local News : NPR

 Sometimes when you cut costs, you can't avoid cutting corners.

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How Social Media Changed the Way We Consume News [Infographic] - SocialTimes

How Social Media Changed the Way We Consume News [Infographic] - SocialTimes | Journalism Trends and Futures | Scoop.it
People used to subscribe to the local paper, but now nearly 50 percent of people get their news from social media.
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Taylor Wessing: Exposing libel myths surrounding Twitter and social media

Taylor Wessing: Exposing libel myths surrounding Twitter and social media | Journalism Trends and Futures | Scoop.it

In short, Twitter users and anyone else using social media is just as responsible for unlawful material as the traditional and mainstream press. Ignorance of the law is not a defence. The message is clear: if you should not say something in a national newspaper or on the sofa of a news show, you should not say it on Twitter. The public cannot treat their posts on Twitter and Facebook as they would a casual chat to a couple of friends in the pub.

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The future of media and forcing new content into old models

The future of media and forcing new content into old models | Journalism Trends and Futures | Scoop.it
The controversy over new-media startup Journatic and its hyper-local news service says a lot about how difficult it is to find new ways of producing journalism, in part because the traditional medi...
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