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'Just the facts' isn't good enough for journalists anymore, says Tow Center's ... - Poynter.org

'Just the facts' isn't good enough for journalists anymore, says Tow Center's ...Poynter.orgThat awakening call comes from Clay Shirky, C.W.
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Five Tips For Covering Agriculture

Five Tips For Covering Agriculture | Multimedia Journalism | Scoop.it
From following commodity prices to food trends, there are many different aspects of the agriculture beat you’ll need to understand in order to best report on area farming. Here are our five tips for reporting on agriculture and money:
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Genetically Modify Your Own Frankenbugs, No Lab Necessary

Genetically Modify Your Own Frankenbugs, No Lab Necessary | Multimedia Journalism | Scoop.it
 We often think of bacteria as something bad, but switch a few genes here and there and they have the possibility to detect cancer, prevent mosquitos from transmitting Malaria or produce diesel fuel.
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Play the News: Fun and Games in Digital Journalism

More than ever before we’re consuming news in strange contexts; mixed into a stream of holiday photos on Facebook, alongside comedians’ quips on twitter; between Candy Crush and transit directions on our smartphones.
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Foursquare returns to its roots in bid to win back users - Fortune

Foursquare returns to its roots in bid to win back users - Fortune | Multimedia Journalism | Scoop.it
Foursquare used to be fun, and then it was ruined. A recent update might be enough to all change that.
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5 ways news outlets can make sense of audience data

5 ways news outlets can make sense of audience data | Multimedia Journalism | Scoop.it
From the big questions to the right tools, two data experts shared advice for organisations to manage and monitor analytics at the recent Collision conference in Las Vegas
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INFOGRAPHIC: Facebook Leads Digital Discovery of Entertainment

INFOGRAPHIC: Facebook Leads Digital Discovery of Entertainment | Multimedia Journalism | Scoop.it
Many millennials now discover entertainment content exclusively via digital means, according to a new report from Millward Brown Digital, commissioned by Facebook.
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The BBC is shutting down iPlayer outside the UK from May 26

The BBC is shutting down iPlayer outside the UK from May 26 | Multimedia Journalism | Scoop.it
The BBC’s subscription service for viewers outside of the UK, BBC iPlayer Global, is shutting down. BBC iPlayer (Global) will be closing permanently between 26th May & 26th June 2015.
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A new NYT Now: All the aggregation you enjoyed before, now for free

A new NYT Now: All the aggregation you enjoyed before, now for free | Multimedia Journalism | Scoop.it
The latest version of NYT Now, The New York Times’ aggregation-fueled smartphone app, is out today and, for the first time, it’s free to all users.
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Periscope Decouples From Twitter To Let New Users Sign Up With A Phone Number

Periscope Decouples From Twitter To Let New Users Sign Up With A Phone Number | Multimedia Journalism | Scoop.it
I’m not sure about you, but most of my friends in real life — aka people I didn’t meet through the internet or work — don’t actually use Twitter.
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Spotter promises to only show you news from industries, people and companies you really care about

Spotter promises to only show you news from industries, people and companies you really care about | Multimedia Journalism | Scoop.it
Apps that help you keep up to date with the news are hardly a rarity. Alongside all the news organizations’ own native offerings, there are all sorts of aggregators and human-curated services promising to deliver content straight to your phone.
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Skill-up on Photoshop with the ‘Train Simple’ training bundle

Skill-up on Photoshop with the ‘Train Simple’ training bundle | Multimedia Journalism | Scoop.it
For anyone with an interest in photography or design, Photoshop has always been the app you need to know. If you would like to upgrade your skills, this bundle of courses (currently at a special price) might be for you.
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dogs and 'I voted': social media - BBC News

dogs and 'I voted': social media - BBC News | Multimedia Journalism | Scoop.it
There was an unprecedented level of social media activity around Thursday's general election - here are some of the key moments from the day.
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Transforming news: Stronger relationships, more service, better tools

Transforming news: Stronger relationships, more service, better tools | Multimedia Journalism | Scoop.it
Buzzmachine’s Jeff Jarvis on transforming news: Stronger relationships, more service, & better tools for helping people …

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Brian Steffens's curator insight, May 8, 12:40 PM

"Forget about journalism as a content business, [Jeff Jarvis] says. It should be about service. Content fills something. Service accomplishes something. It must be about outcomes rather than products."

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Google Adds Tweets To Its Mobile Search Results

Google Adds Tweets To Its Mobile Search Results | Multimedia Journalism | Scoop.it
 Google has added Tweets to its search results on mobile, via the official Android and iOS Google apps, as well as on desktop and mobile browsers.
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Former News of the World reporter Neville Thurlbeck reveals 25 years of 'Tabloid Secrets' - exclusive book extract | Press Gazette

Former News of the World reporter Neville Thurlbeck reveals 25 years of 'Tabloid Secrets' - exclusive book extract | Press Gazette | Multimedia Journalism | Scoop.it
Press Gazette, Britain's Journalism Weekly: news, analysis and jobs
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Facebook’s Quest To Absorb The Internet

Facebook’s Quest To Absorb The Internet | Multimedia Journalism | Scoop.it
Facebook never wants you to leave, so it’s swallowing up where you might try to go. A few years back, its News Feed brimmed with links to content hosted elsewhere. News articles, YouTube clips, business websites, ads for ecommerce stores.
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The context behind Facebook's tie-ups with Gawker, NYTimes etc
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When Everything Is Facebook, Facebook Sets the Standards

When Everything Is Facebook, Facebook Sets the Standards | Multimedia Journalism | Scoop.it
This is the day that the New York Times, National Geographic, and BuzzFeed, among others, began publishing stories directly to Facebook.
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What Trinity Mirror's new formats taught news about digital

As the Guardian reports the imminent closure of UsVsTh3m, Ampp3d and Mirror Row Zed, here's how the projects have benefited the news industry
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NYT Now emphasizes curation with new free update - Poynter.org

NYT Now emphasizes curation with new free update - Poynter.org | Multimedia Journalism | Scoop.it
A Global Leader in Journalism | Journalism training, media news & how to's
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TweetDeck now helps you avoid embarrassing tweets from the company account

TweetDeck now helps you avoid embarrassing tweets from the company account | Multimedia Journalism | Scoop.it
We’ve all been there. You type up the perfect tweet, only to realize there’s a glaring typo – or worse, you’re tweeting from the wrong account. TweetDeck wants to help you avoid these mistakes by adding an optional confirmation step before you tweet.
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Meerkat Makes Big Hollywood Hire to Compete With Twitter's Periscope - TIME

TIME Meerkat Makes Big Hollywood Hire to Compete With Twitter's Periscope TIME A version of this story first appeared in the May 22 issue of The Hollywood Reporter magazine. To receive the magazine, click here to subscribe.
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Can this video-editing app compete with Apple?

Can this video-editing app compete with Apple? | Multimedia Journalism | Scoop.it
After the success of simple photo- and video-sharing apps like Instagram ($1 billion sale to Facebook) and Snapchat ($15 billion valuation), Hunter Powell is hoping that a more professional approach is the next big thing on mobile phones.
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Private equity won’t buy HuffingtonPost on its own

Private equity won’t buy HuffingtonPost on its own | Multimedia Journalism | Scoop.it
If AOL and Verizon find a buyer for HuffingtonPost, the smart money is on a strategic.
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Video Sharing on Facebook Increases 43% Among Top Brands

Video Sharing on Facebook Increases 43% Among Top Brands | Multimedia Journalism | Scoop.it
Links and photos are the most successful content types for the top 100 global brands, when it comes to driving engagement on Facebook, but Facebook videos are an incredibly promising and viral-tending content type: Shares of Facebook videos...
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Here’s how Snapchat plans to make money

Here’s how Snapchat plans to make money | Multimedia Journalism | Scoop.it
Snapchat will start charging companies two cents to put video ads on its picture-sending platform, finally presenting a plan for just how the company plans to make money.
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