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A Futurist’s Top 10 Books for 2013

A Futurist’s Top 10 Books for 2013 | Media, Journalism, Media Development | Scoop.it

Jack Uldrich's top books on the future for the past year.


Via Kenneth Mikkelsen
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Diez libros de 2013 que exploran el futuro seleccionados por Jack Uldrich

Maree T.'s curator insight, December 23, 2013 1:03 PM

Great selection.

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Inside the Buzz-Fueled Media Startups Battling for Your Attention | WIRED

Inside the Buzz-Fueled Media Startups Battling for Your Attention | WIRED | Media, Journalism, Media Development | Scoop.it
Type By Dirk Fowler It’s like a parody, spending time in a well-funded startup’s office, with exposed brick walls and Great Big Screens Showing User Numbers and Pie Charts, just down the street from a food truck pavilion, sipping on a cup of roasted-one-block-away designer coffee while debating iPhone 6 versus iPhone 6 Plus. But…
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About the same: media, startups, engagement, money and clicks

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Inside the Collapse of The New Republic - The New Yorker

Inside the Collapse of The New Republic - The New Yorker | Media, Journalism, Media Development | Scoop.it
When Chris Hughes forced out a beloved editor last week, most of the magazine’s writers and editors resigned in protest.
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To sum up everything on The New Republic's turmoil

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The New Republic is dead, thanks to its owner, Chris Hughes

The New Republic is dead, thanks to its owner, Chris Hughes | Media, Journalism, Media Development | Scoop.it
Chris Hughes’s childish impatience is inexcusable.
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Truthful review of Chris Hughes's steps

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Implosion of a Washington institution

Implosion of a Washington institution | Media, Journalism, Media Development | Scoop.it
Two weeks ago, Washingtonians gathered to celebrate the 100th birthday of The New Republic, the magazine that helped shape Woodrow Wilson’s views on democracy and torpedo Bill Clinton’s health plan. On Thursday, the venerable Washington institution announced it is shifting its headquarters to New York, amid a shakeup that saw the resignation...
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What's happening with the New Republic

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When a Brand Becomes a Publisher: Inside Red Bull’s Media House | Mediashift | PBS

When a Brand Becomes a Publisher: Inside Red Bull’s Media House | Mediashift | PBS | Media, Journalism, Media Development | Scoop.it
It’s often said that every company is a media company. Red Bull has embraced that maxim in a full-throated way. Not only does the Austrian energy drink maker create TV shows, magazines, movies, books, music and more, but they also distribute their creations everywhere...
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Red Bull Media House: how they did it

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Winners And Losers Of The Fall TV Season Begin To Emerge

Winners And Losers Of The Fall TV Season Begin To Emerge | Media, Journalism, Media Development | Scoop.it

ll TVOne month into the TV season, NPR TV critic Eric Deggans says diversity is winning and rom-coms are losing as new shows battle for viewers.

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Fall TV season is under way, here is some winners 

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How Millennial Are You?

Take our 14 item quiz and we’ll tell you how 'Millennial' you are, on a scale from 0 to 100, by comparing your answers with those of respondents to a scientific nationwide survey conducted by the Pew Research Center. You can also find out how you stack up against others your age.
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Take a test to see how millennial you are

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Where Are the Hardest Places to Live in the U.S.?

Where Are the Hardest Places to Live in the U.S.? | Media, Journalism, Media Development | Scoop.it
There are various ways to evaluate living standards, but by many of them, eastern Kentucky comes out at or near the bottom.
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Infographics from the NYT: where it is the hardest to live in the U.S. 

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Lasswell’s model

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Harold Dwight Lasswell (February 13, 1902 — December 18, 1978) Harold Dwight Lasswell, the American political scientist states that a convenient way to d
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Laswell's model: the basis for a proper media product

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If Video is Booming, Why are Revenues Evaporating?

If Video is Booming, Why are Revenues Evaporating? | Media, Journalism, Media Development | Scoop.it

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Video consumption is booming, but revenues are going down. What happens?

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A new report by the Consumer Electronic Association shows that US households consume less electricity. On the other hand, TV viewing has increased. How do these things correlate? One version is that Americans entertain themselves using tablets and smartphones, more energy efficient devices than LCD screens.

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21 charts that explain how the US is changing

21 charts that explain how the US is changing | Media, Journalism, Media Development | Scoop.it
Who we are, what we believe, how we live, and what our economy is like
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Charts about pretty much everything in the country

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It’s World Cup time: Here’s how 8 news orgs will tackle the world’s biggest sporting event online

It’s World Cup time: Here’s how 8 news orgs will tackle the world’s biggest sporting event online | Media, Journalism, Media Development | Scoop.it
The gooooooooooaaaaallllll is increased engagement.
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How leading news organizations are covering the World Cup

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How to be literate in what’s changing journalism » Pressthink

How to be literate in what’s changing journalism » Pressthink | Media, Journalism, Media Development | Scoop.it
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Major things about the current state of journalism everyone needs to understand and realize

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The New Republic: blame the youngest • Michael Kareev

The New Republic: blame the youngest • Michael Kareev | Media, Journalism, Media Development | Scoop.it
Chris Hughes is blamed (and this is pretty reasonable) for breaking apart “The New Republic”: more than a dozen editors and staff members followed the magazine’s departing editor Franklin Foer and its literary editor Leon Wieseltier in leaving the... | Michael Kareev | MBA at the University of Michigan. Media, Tech, Journalism, Digital, M&A, Valuation, Travel, Photo, Basketball
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How and why we lost "The New Republic" and what Facebook's co-founder did wrong

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Chris Rock Talks to Frank Rich About Ferguson, Cosby, and What ‘Racial Progress’ Really Means

Chris Rock Talks to Frank Rich About Ferguson, Cosby, and What ‘Racial Progress’ Really Means | Media, Journalism, Media Development | Scoop.it
As Rock prepares for the release of Top Five, a bittersweet film comedy in which he does triple duty as director, screenwriter, and star.
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"The president should be graded on jobs and peace, and the other stuff is debatable. Do more people have jobs, and is there more peace? I guess there’s a little more peace. 
And the thing about George Bush is that the kid revolutionized the presidency. How? He was the first president who only served the people who voted for him. He literally operated like a cable network."

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Industry Data

verThe National Cable & Telecommunications Association, formerly the National Cable Television Association, is the principal trade association of the cable industry in the United States.

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Every question you wanted to ask about the cable, TV and Internet streaming industries answered in infographics

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Russia Has A New Propaganda Outlet And It's Everything You Thought It Would Be

Russia Has A New Propaganda Outlet And It's Everything You Thought It Would Be | Media, Journalism, Media Development | Scoop.it

ProThe same day that Russia launches the new website and radio service, CNN gets taken off the air, a top newspaper editor is forced to step down, and a leading magazine gets a note of warning.

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Propaganda in Russia has been already on the rise for a while; now it comes overseas

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Netflix Falls Most in 2 Years as HBO Plots Online Service

Netflix Falls Most in 2 Years as HBO Plots Online Service | Media, Journalism, Media Development | Scoop.it
Netflix Inc. tumbled the most in more than two years after saying a price increase slowed subscriber growth, while coming competition from HBO gives the world’s largest subscription-streaming service a new challenge.
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A few words about Netflix' problems

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“The Good Wife” ’s Thrilling Transformation

“The Good Wife” ’s Thrilling Transformation | Media, Journalism, Media Development | Scoop.it

GooEmily Nussbaum on “the smartest drama currently on the air.”

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A good "New Yorker" peace on "Good Wife"

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Bloomberg Best (and Worst)

Bloomberg Best (and Worst) | Media, Journalism, Media Development | Scoop.it
Find out who's number one on Bloomberg best and worst lists. Read interactive rankings on business, economics, lifestyle, investing, personal finance, politics and education.
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Bloomberg's ratings for everything: worth checking

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A New NewYorker.com

A New NewYorker.com | Media, Journalism, Media Development | Scoop.it
A note to our readers about our redesign, and how we’ve opened up our archive for the summer.
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This is how New Yorker is evolving and what to expect this fall

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Reuters institute Digital News Report 2014, Tracking the future of ne…

116 slides containing key data around changing news consumption. Includes the rise of smartphones and tablets, paying for online news, video news and unique da…
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An important report from the Reuters Institute on the future of news. 116 slides with comparison of consumption pattern across Europe and various ages.

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Are Americans Addicted To TV?

Are Americans Addicted To TV? | Media, Journalism, Media Development | Scoop.it
In 2011, American households watched an average of eight and a half hours of television every day. That’s more TV than any other nation tracked by the OECD. And we didn’t sneak into the lead with a few extra tenths of a point – we watch nearly double the TV consumed by second-place Hungary. So...
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In the U.S. people are still watching TV a lot

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Unlocking mobile revenue and audience: New ideas and best practices - American Press Institute

We have throughly entered the age of mobile news. People are shifting so rapidly to smartphones and tablets, various data suggest, that mobile devices in the last year became the primary platforms for news. With that comes a whole new level of uncertainty and opportunity for news publishers. The American Press Institute recently gathered more than 40 …
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Research of The American Press Institute on mobile consumption

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