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Portugal Telecom processa brasileiro

Portugal  Telecom   processa brasileiro | New Journalism | Scoop.it
O pesquisador brasileiro Sergio Denicoli, de 36 anos, defendeu no fim de outubro, na Universidade do Minho, em Portugal, uma tese sobre o processo de implantação da TV digital portuguesa. Denicoli concluiu que a Autoridade Nacional de Comunicações (Anacom), agência reguladora do país, teria favorecido a Portugal Telecom e apontou "indícios de corrupção" no processo.

A Anacom e a PT negaram qualquer irregularidade. A operadora entrou na Justiça contra Denicoli e o regulador ameaça entrar. No Brasil, a Portugal Telecom faz parte do bloco de controle da Oi.

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Ultimate Guide To Creating A Great News Page

64 Ways To Think About a News Homepage - TheLi.st @ Medium - Medium

This has to be the most comprehensive, well thought out post we've ever seen on creating a news page. They focus on "news homepage", but the lessons apply well to a page every website needs - News. 

News is becoming increasingly important. We are drowning in information, but your ability to filter, curate and share what is really important builds following, increases traffic and shares. News pages need to be constructed in particular ways to as the post points out.

Build in some Feedly, Twitter widgets or Buzz Sumo (or other ways to make the page ping automatically. Don't go 100% feeds since that opts out of the principal benefit - showing your ability to filter, curate and influence by what you choose.

Best curator at exposing his filter preferences and building substantial following I know is Brian Yanish at Marketing Hits (@Marketinghits). 

Create a great news page, have some of it fire with a robot and curate the rest and your following, traffic and return will grow.  


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New Financial Times And Economist Owners Ponder The Future Of Digital Media

New Financial Times And Economist Owners Ponder The Future Of Digital Media | New Journalism | Scoop.it
 Who saw the recent sale of the Financial Times (FT) from Pearson to Nikkei for billion coming?

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The Rules of Photojournalism Are Keeping Us From the Truth

The Rules of Photojournalism Are Keeping Us From the Truth - Vantage - Medium
Notes on a frozen art form from a World Press Photo juror and member of the VII photo agency.
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The career paths of people with communication degrees

After graduating, the great majority of these students (89%) did work in media, journalism, public relations or somewhere in communication, at least for some time. Most have had several such jobs. The largest number of people have had two to three jobs in media since graduation, and that doesn’t change much whether someone graduated between …
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How much do you make? A CUNY grad student is collecting data on salaries in journalism

How much do you make? A CUNY grad student is collecting data on salaries in journalism | New Journalism | Scoop.it
Julia Haslanger wants to know how much you make.

Last Friday, Haslanger, a graduate student in CUNY's social journalism program, released Journo Salary Sharer, which asks journalists to anonymously share their salary information in order to help start a conversation about how much people in dif…
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Web Scraping: A Journalist’s Guide

Web Scraping: A Journalist’s Guide | New Journalism | Scoop.it
billion in just a few hours earlier this year? It was because of a web scraper, a tool companies use—as do many data reporters. A web scraper is simply a computer program that reads the HTML code from webpages, and analyze it. With such a program, or “bot,” it’s possible to extract data and information from websites.
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O que jornalistas podem aprender sobre storytelling com projetos do tipo 'Humanos de Nova York'

O que jornalistas podem aprender sobre storytelling com projetos do tipo 'Humanos de Nova York' | New Journalism | Scoop.it

"Cinco anos atrás Brandon Stanton criou uma sensação com o projeto "Humanos de Nova York".  Diariamente, ele fotografa nova-iorquinos na rua e cria uma narrativa acompanhada por uma frase a partir dela. A premissa tornou-se tão popular que virou um livro best-seller.

Agora fotógrafos em cidades de todo o mundo --Teerã, Sydney, Mumbai, entre outras -- imitam a abordagem de Stanton para criar suas próprias versões em seus próprios quintais. Há tantas que, sem dúvida, tornou-se um gênero próprio de conteúdo, um pouco diferente do perfil padrão.

Sites e páginas do Facebook do tipo "Humanos de", em muitos aspectos, estão atrás da mesma coisa: celebrar pessoas, permitindo-lhes revelar um pouco sobre si mesmos, o que, então, revela um pouco da cidade em que se encontram e a própria essência da humanidade.

A IJNet entrevistou dois desses fotógrafos sobre como eles abordam seus projetos"


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“Modern” homepage design increases pageviews and reader comprehension, study finds

“Modern” homepage design increases pageviews and reader comprehension, study finds | New Journalism | Scoop.it
A new report from the Engaging News Project shows that users prefer modular, image-heavy homepage designs.
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The Midsize Newspaper Is Toast

The Midsize Newspaper Is Toast | New Journalism | Scoop.it
At some point, there won't be anything left to cut.

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Poynter to launch international fact checking site

Poynter to launch international fact checking site | New Journalism | Scoop.it
A Global Leader in Journalism | Journalism training, media news & how to's

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The Coolest Job in New Media That You’ve Never Heard About

The Coolest Job in New Media That You’ve Never Heard About | New Journalism | Scoop.it
Get to know Opeyemi Olukemi, our Senior Director of Interactive and a trailblazer who operates at the crossroads where technology and storytelling meet.

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Newsonomics: Eight questions (and answers) about Nikkei’s surprise purchase of the FT

Newsonomics: Eight questions (and answers) about Nikkei’s surprise purchase of the FT | New Journalism | Scoop.it
The quest for one of the world's top news brands ended with an unexpected winner today. Here's why.
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The Secret to Getting Top-Secret Secrets

The Secret to Getting Top-Secret Secrets - Matter - Medium
How a journalist with a dark past learned to pry info from the government—and redeemed himself in the process
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Inside the 3-Way Family Contest to Become the Next Publisher of the Times

Inside the 3-Way Family Contest to Become the Next Publisher of the Times | New Journalism | Scoop.it
The heirs: Sam Dolnick, Arthur Gregg Sulzberger, and David Perpich.
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CBS News Investigative Journalist Explains How Mainstream Media Brainwashes The Masses

CBS News Investigative Journalist Explains How Mainstream Media Brainwashes The Masses | New Journalism | Scoop.it
Did you know that only a handful of corporations, 6 to be exact, control over 90 percent of the media? That means nearly everything we hear on the radio, read in the news, and see on television (including ‘news’). I’m talking about General Electric (GE), News-Corp, Disney, Viacom, Time Warner, and CBS. Ever since Operation Mockingbird, a […]

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Push it: A look behind the scenes of a New York Times mobile alert

Push it: A look behind the scenes of a New York Times mobile alert | New Journalism | Scoop.it
"It's been a process to train editors' and reporters' brains that this isn’t print. You can go back as many times as you want and add in extra grafs."
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How journalists are dealing with changes in the industry and their jobs

Journalists’ views on new trends: sponsored content and aggregation Technology and business disruption have brought about new issues that relate to ethics and economics. The survey probed two of these in particular: the advent of sponsored content or native advertising and the issue of compensation for aggregation and curation. First, the quest for new, more …
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Potential Future of Quality Journalism

Potential Future of Quality Journalism | New Journalism | Scoop.it
Supporters protect our editorial freedom and help us seek out those stories that people are determined to keep hidden.

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Jeff Bezos's New Plan for News: The Washington Post Becomes an Amazon Product

Jeff Bezos's New Plan for News: The Washington Post Becomes an Amazon Product | New Journalism | Scoop.it

cortes de funcionários e benefícios, uma jogada com jornais locais e agora o kinddle ~ jeff bezos não disse ao q veio. os planos são grandiosos


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Rodrigo Mesquita's curator insight, October 6, 2014 6:06 PM

Jeff Bezos wants to turn the Washington Post into a national publication, and he’s going to use his other company—Amazon.com—to help achieve that goal

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The halving of America’s daily newsrooms

The halving of America’s daily newsrooms | New Journalism | Scoop.it
If you're lucky enough to have the right deep-pocketed owner buy your paper and steady it, you've won the lottery. If you're in a town whose paper is owned by the better chains, or committed local ownership, your loss will probably be mitigated. Otherwise, you're out of luck.
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Presse : après le «FTimes», «The Economist» est à vendre

Presse : après le «FTimes», «The Economist» est à vendre | New Journalism | Scoop.it
Le groupe Pearson, qui a déjà vendu le « Financial Times » à un groupe japonais, souhaite se recentrer sur le domaine éducatif.

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Béatrice Dillies's curator insight, July 26, 7:42 AM

Pour lire l'article du Monde en entier, cliquez sur le titre

La crise de la presse n'est cette fois pas responsable de cette cession. Selon le Financial Times, les 50 % détenus dans The Economist Group seraient valorisés à hauteur d’environ 400 millions de livres. Soit un montant comparable à la vente du FT Group, alors que The Economist Group dégage des bénéfices d’exploitation deux fois et demie plus importants.

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How Fact-Checking Journalism is Changing Your News

How Fact-Checking Journalism is Changing Your News | New Journalism | Scoop.it
Around the world, small squadrons of journalists who speed-check facts and figures are changing how media works—and holding public officials to their word.

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This is How Press Photos Were Transmitted Back in the 1970s

This is How Press Photos Were Transmitted Back in the 1970s | New Journalism | Scoop.it

In our world of digital photography and high speed Internet, photojournalists can quickly and easily send large numbers of high-res photos to the other side of the globe. Things weren’t always so convenient.

The video above shows what a photo transmitter looked like back in the 1970s. What you see is a United Press International UPI Model 16-S, which scanned photos and then transmitted them using a telephone line.

In a 2012 blog post for The Dallas Morning News, photo director Chris Wilkins offers a glimpse into how the UPI 16-S worked.

 

Click headline to read more, access hot link and watch video clip--


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4 key facets to a profitable pre-roll video strategy for media publishers

4 key facets to a profitable pre-roll video strategy for media publishers | New Journalism | Scoop.it
The cruel reality of pre-roll leaves publishers scratching their heads because the numbers just do not add up. But there are profitable paths.

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Brian Steffens's curator insight, July 23, 5:00 PM

Pre-roll: Think you can't play because you can't scale? Explore these four options and see if your outlook changes.