Press Gazette editor Dominic Ponsford to City University journalism students: "This is a great time to be a journalism student with the Leveson Inquiry going on, it's like studying history in the middle of the French Revolution."
Google is testing a local delivery service to bolster its online commerce services that would bring it into competition with Amazon Prime. The new service would allow people to order items from local retailers and have them delivered within the day, according to the New York Times.
You've been able to discover who is watching your videos and where they're coming from for awhile now on YouTube, through Insight. Now we want to make it even easier to learn about your audience, so we've replaced ...
We recently looked at the most shared articles in the US on Facebook over the past year. The stories range from cute to thought provoking and represent the type of news people have been sharing and discovering with friends in 2011.
Gone are the days when a reporter printed out his or her clips and snail-mailed them to a hiring editor or human resources. In fact, for many young job seekers, this is a scenario they have never encountered and probably never will.
Do they have to use Twitter? Reuters :: Twitter gives an instant snapshot of the buzz around television shows, computer game launches and even new ads, but many media executives are simply too busy to tweet or engage ...
Jumping into social media without a strategy and plan is not a good idea. But do you need a stand-alone SOCIAL MEDIA strategy? What distinguishes a social media strategy? Is it a communications strategy?
Welcome to The Tablet's Student Zone, a resource for sixth-form and undergraduate students of Religious Studies and related subjects around the world, for their teachers, and for anyone else who would like to find out more about the "big questions" of life.
Google announced last month that it was going to source more professionally made content as well as flow more of its content into Channels--thematically linked sections of the site that would feel a little more like your standard cable TV box perhaps (sports channels, news channels, science...and so on). And it's emphasized on its new blog posting that this redesign is all about that notion. "We want to make it easier for you to find and keep tabs of what you want to watch," it suggests, and glancing down the dark-gray column on the left of the new page that certainly seems true: If you're in the mood for vid clips about music, sports, comedy, science, gaming, and a long list of other topics, they're now collected into an easy-to-access channel.
Every B2B company has advocates, fans and influencers, but they are not all created equal. In a recent article published on the The Network, Cisco’s newsroom there is a discussion of super influencers.
Why energy journalism is so badSmartPlanet.com (blog)One of the questions that plagues me constantly is, “Why is energy journalism so bad?” Most mainstream articles about energy will leave you horribly confused at best, or horribly misled at worst.
Following my previous post about the rise of liveblogging, I wanted to provide a simple list of ideas for student journalists wanting to get some (10 liveblogging ideas (and 30 liveblogging tips) http://t.co/4rMlNtuh...
A few months back I wrote a post “Flickr is Dead.” When I wrote that post I didn’t mean dead literally, I just meant that the soul of social photo sharing was migrating away from Flickr over to Google+.
Over the past few months the tide has begun shifting even more. Photographers are moving in mass from Flickr to Google+ as their primary photo sharing network.
Just like the social crowd moved from Webshots and Fotolog to Flickr a number of years ago, the social photography crowd is now moving from Flickr to Google+.
There are a number of reasons why this is happening and in this post I’ll outline some of the key ones.
Sharing your scoops to your social media accounts is a must to distribute your curated content. Not only will it drive traffic and leads through your content, but it will help show your expertise with your followers.
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