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How To Go Print First, Digital Next - 10,000 Words

How To Go Print First, Digital Next - 10,000 Words | Multimedia Journalism | Scoop.it
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Axios goes live, with a Trump interview (in 19 bullet points and a bunch of little posts)

Axios goes live, with a Trump interview (in 19 bullet points and a bunch of little posts) | Multimedia Journalism | Scoop.it
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Tech editor warns: News publishers working with Google and Facebook are like ‘the frog in boiling water’ – Press Gazette

Tech editor warns: News publishers working with Google and Facebook are like ‘the frog in boiling water’ – Press Gazette | Multimedia Journalism | Scoop.it
Press Gazette has been reporting on British journalism without fear or favour since 1965. Our mission is to provide a news and information service which helps the UK journalism.
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These 10 journalistic “next big thing” predictions are doomed to fail in 2017 – Digital Journalism Rocks

These 10 journalistic “next big thing” predictions are doomed to fail in 2017 – Digital Journalism Rocks | Multimedia Journalism | Scoop.it
There are a lot of predictions out there of what will be the coolest thing on earth that will clearly save journalism in 2017. Let’s face it: Not all of them are going to make it through the year at…
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What tech companies could do to create a better news experience – Thoughts On Journalism

What tech companies could do to create a better news experience – Thoughts On Journalism | Multimedia Journalism | Scoop.it
In theory, it’s the media’s job to describe the world as it is, and not how people want it to be. But, as humans we tend to consume news by paying attention to information that confirms what we…
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Introducing: The Facebook Journalism Project | Facebook Media

Introducing: The Facebook Journalism Project | Facebook Media | Multimedia Journalism | Scoop.it
By Fidji Simo, Director of Product Facebook is a new kind of platform and we want to do our part to enable people to have meaningful conversations, to be informed and to be connected to each other. We kno
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Report: Video isn’t as popular with viewers as it is with advertisers

Report: Video isn’t as popular with viewers as it is with advertisers | Multimedia Journalism | Scoop.it
Video is now deemed essential for any media organization. But do consumers really like it as much as, say, advertisers? A new report suggests not. For sure, journalism had a huge moment in 2016. In…
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Times, Guardian, BBC and FT all passed on Trump ‘dirty dossier’ story because they couldn’t verify claims – Press Gazette

Times, Guardian, BBC and FT all passed on Trump ‘dirty dossier’ story because they couldn’t verify claims – Press Gazette | Multimedia Journalism | Scoop.it
Press Gazette has been reporting on British journalism without fear or favour since 1965. Our mission is to provide a news and information service which helps the UK journalism.
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Learn more with Blueprint eLearning for Journalists

Learn more with Blueprint eLearning for Journalists | Multimedia Journalism | Scoop.it
Learn how journalists can discover content, create stories, and engage audiences with Facebook and Instagram through Blueprint eLearning courses.
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Twitter is shutting down its business app, Twitter Dashboard

Twitter is shutting down its business app, Twitter Dashboard | Multimedia Journalism | Scoop.it
Twitter announced today it's shutting down a feature called Dashboard, launched last summer, that allows businesses a suite of tools to track tweets, schedule..
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Reuters global chief calls for greater transparency in news reporting methods

Reuters global chief calls for greater transparency in news reporting methods | Multimedia Journalism | Scoop.it
Back in its early days in the mid-nineteenth century, Reuters won competitive advantage in the news industry by using carrier pigeons to send out its dispatches ahead of the trains. Now the famous agency has a 21st century journalistic gizmo for outperforming its rivals in the race to breaking stories, this time based on complex computer algorithms.
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From the post: "The new Reuters News Tracer, it is anticipated, will enable the 166-year-old organisation to detect via postings on social media the first outcries of a terrorist atrocity, the earliest signs of major civil unrest, or the tremors of a natural disaster, before the story has been written up elsewhere in the news media. It will be, Reuters hopes, a game-changing tool not only in the race to break major stories but in the art of verifying them. In this, it could be an important weapon in the fight against fake news."
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How the L.A. Times used a serial narrative and smart design to bring in new subscribers

How the L.A. Times used a serial narrative and smart design to bring in new subscribers | Multimedia Journalism | Scoop.it
When the Los Angeles Times launched a six-part narrative earlier this month, they tried something a lot of news organizations aren’t doing anymore: Instead of running the entire story all at …
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What I learned from analyzing the top 253 Medium stories of 2016

What I learned from analyzing the top 253 Medium stories of 2016 | Multimedia Journalism | Scoop.it
Medium may be struggling to find a sustainable business model, but they have years worth of funding left, and more readers than ever. Medium isn’t going away any time soon. So instead, let’s focus on…
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Mike McCallister's curator insight, January 10, 3:57 PM

Yes, I've been posting a lot of stuff about Medium lately. But here's some data-driven material for writers on what works on this platform.

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3 reasons why you should consider having a journalism side project

3 reasons why you should consider having a journalism side project | Multimedia Journalism | Scoop.it
Alex Laughlin and Julia Carpenter, social media editors at The Washington Post, explain the benefits of developing side projects, both outside of work and as part of your job
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The Washington Post is putting a big bet on video (and trying to break into Daily Show-style comedy)

The Washington Post is putting a big bet on video (and trying to break into Daily Show-style comedy) | Multimedia Journalism | Scoop.it
Owner Jeff Bezos is also pushing the Post to experiment with more user-friendly video ad formats.
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Medium, and The Reason You Can’t Stand the News Anymore.

Medium, and The Reason You Can’t Stand the News Anymore. | Multimedia Journalism | Scoop.it
In January, Medium founder Ev Williams announced that despite his company’s efforts to better the news industry, it would refocus. The reason? At its inception, Medium likely thought what many well…
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What A Reporter’s Job Is in 2017

What A Reporter’s Job Is in 2017 | Multimedia Journalism | Scoop.it
Here’s a word from a journalist to those in politics whose world has gone totally nuts: welcome to bonkersville. We don’t have a constitution that lays out our rules (though we do have the…
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Reuters' News Tracer will enable it to identify and evaluate breaking stories on social media, and report them first

Reuters' News Tracer will enable it to identify and evaluate breaking stories on social media, and report them first | Multimedia Journalism | Scoop.it
Back in its early days in the mid-nineteenth century, Reuters won competitive advantage in the news industry by using carrier pigeons to send out its dispatches ahead of the trains. Now the famous agency has a 21st century journalistic gizmo for outperforming its rivals in the race to breaking stories, this time based on complex computer algorithms.
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Andy Bull's curator insight, January 12, 11:59 AM
From the post: "The new Reuters News Tracer, it is anticipated, will enable the 166-year-old organisation to detect via postings on social media the first outcries of a terrorist atrocity, the earliest signs of major civil unrest, or the tremors of a natural disaster, before the story has been written up elsewhere in the news media. It will be, Reuters hopes, a game-changing tool not only in the race to break major stories but in the art of verifying them. In this, it could be an important weapon in the fight against fake news."
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How to be a foreign correspondent, Flashman-style – The Economist

How to be a foreign correspondent, Flashman-style – The Economist | Multimedia Journalism | Scoop.it
Next in our series of Correspondents’ Notebooks is Robert Guest, Foreign Editor at The Economist. Robert’s article about the lessons modern journalists can learn from a notorious Victorian cad…
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7 Tips for Publishers Going Live on Facebook - MediaShift

7 Tips for Publishers Going Live on Facebook - MediaShift | Multimedia Journalism | Scoop.it
This is a guest post that originally appeared on Storyhunter's publication The Video Strategist and is cross posted with permission. Since launching Facebook Live in August 2015, Facebook has been aggressively pushing it for publishers — creating paid partnerships and releasing their Liv
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The Washington Post is launching a weekly newsletter to highlight the most valuable comments on the site

The Washington Post is launching a weekly newsletter to highlight the most valuable comments on the site | Multimedia Journalism | Scoop.it
'Read these comments' will feature thoughtful conversations from commenters on the site, individual contributions and stories where people can have their say
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Introducing: The Facebook Journalism Project | Facebook Media

Introducing: The Facebook Journalism Project | Facebook Media | Multimedia Journalism | Scoop.it
By Fidji Simo, Director of Product Facebook is a new kind of platform and we want to do our part to enable people to have meaningful conversations, to be informed and to be connected to each other. We kno
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How publishers squeeze new traffic out of their old content - Digiday

How publishers squeeze new traffic out of their old content - Digiday | Multimedia Journalism | Scoop.it
Years after publishers discovered there was money to be made repurposing old content, they are wringing more and more money out
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Sacked reporter takes on Trinity Mirror in Cornwall with upmarket paid-for website – Press Gazette

Sacked reporter takes on Trinity Mirror in Cornwall with upmarket paid-for website – Press Gazette | Multimedia Journalism | Scoop.it
Press Gazette has been reporting on British journalism without fear or favour since 1965. Our mission is to provide a news and information service which helps the UK journalism.
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Here’s Why the Washington Post Is Growing On Facebook - MediaShift

Here’s Why the Washington Post Is Growing On Facebook - MediaShift | Multimedia Journalism | Scoop.it
This article was originally published on the NewsWhip blog. Last month, we named the Washington Post as one of the best publishers on Facebook in 2016. That’s down to the way the site has grown engagement and traffic in the last 12 months. In November, the Washington Post had over 20.
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Get your story right: the Storytelling Canvas.

Get your story right: the Storytelling Canvas. | Multimedia Journalism | Scoop.it
Whenever I give a workshop about new tools and formats for storytelling I always start with a good look at what you need first: a story. Without a clear idea of your story it’s hard to pick the right…
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