Vine today released an update to support higher quality videos. Previously, Vine videos published at 420p – with the new update, users can now upload at 720p. Vine provided an example photo below, though it’s a bit tough to see marginal differences.
It is 2009 all over again, and so podcasts are suddenly (and weirdly) all the rage. Hoping to cash in on the recycled trend is BuzzFeed, which has launched two new podcasts — Another Round and Internet Explorer.
Publishers will view a relief of business rates as different from a public subsidy For years newspapers publishers, media academics and the National Union of Journalists have been arguing that the government should step in to support the local news...
Is Alcoholics Anonymous the most effective way to treat addiction? Some science and health journalists said yes this week. Others journalists said no. This puts readers in an awkward position: How do you make sense of it when...
DUBLIN — During halftime of a February 2013 basketball game at Mississippi’s William Carey University, cheerleader Ashley Arnau ran toward the center circle, did a front flip, grabbed a basketball, and flung it into the basket from half court.
Earlier this year, Twitter teased Curator, its own media aggregation tool that combines select tweets and vines into an embeddable collection. Today, Curator is now publicly available to media organizations.
Twitter officially released Periscope this morning, the live-streaming video app that the network purchased in January. Periscope is being widely hailed as the “Meerkat killer” but what does that mean?
Andy Bull's insight:
Killer competition for Meerkat, the Twitter live video-streaming app?
It’s not easy being good at tweeting. You’ve got to understand your audience, curate interesting content and ideas to share, and be consistent with your posts. If you’re like me and have trouble engaging your followers, Juice for iOS is here to help.
This post originally appeared on Buffer’s blog. You’ve got all the great tools to create engaging images for social media. You know what the brain loves about visuals and how to build something beautiful to drive engagement.
Journalist and academic argue that we need to see below the religious veneer As an atheist, I didn’t expect to be engaged by a panel debate about religion.
Andy Bull's insight:
From the post: "In modern multi-cultural Britain... religious literacy is essential.
"But the problem is that we are illiterate because our journalism is just not fit for purpose in terms of covering religion. The BBC has no editor of religion and there is no centre of expertise to consult at our public service broadcaster."
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