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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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Twitter Is Winning The Live Streaming Battle

Twitter Is Winning The Live Streaming Battle | New Journalism | Scoop.it

Following its acquisition of live streaming app Periscope, Twitter has been actively fighting to make sure its service beats that of independent competitor Meerkat, which had a slightly earlier start. In recent weeks, Twitter has made changes to cut off Meerkat’s access to Twitter’s social graph, and even began pushing celebrities and publishers to stop using Meerkat. Those efforts appear to be paying off for Twitter, according to new data out now, which shows Periscope leading Meerkat by nearly half a percentage point in terms of monthly active users on iOS.


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Jeux vidéo : cartographie d'une industrie mondialisée

Jeux vidéo : cartographie d'une industrie mondialisée | New Journalism | Scoop.it
La production des jeux vidéo, « “marchandise idéale” du capitalisme contemporain », repose sur une rigoureuse et enthousiaste application de la division (...)

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Why TV is still crushing digital video, in 5 charts - Digiday

Why TV is still crushing digital video, in 5 charts - Digiday | New Journalism | Scoop.it
Digital video is a growing market, but one still dwarfed by traditional television.
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The WPost takes an Amazon-inspired approach to native ad targeting

The WPost takes an Amazon-inspired approach to native ad targeting | New Journalism | Scoop.it
The Washington Post has brought Big Data to native with a new offering that targets native ads to users based on the kind of articles they're reading.
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These Sites Have Perfected Their Facebook Tone

These Sites Have Perfected Their Facebook Tone | New Journalism | Scoop.it
Why the tone of your Facebook posts matter, and three examples of publishers that are doing it right.
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Newsonomics: Are local newspapers the taxi cabs of the Uber age?

Newsonomics: Are local newspapers the taxi cabs of the Uber age? | New Journalism | Scoop.it
Local newspapers still act as if they're monopolies — despite all the new players eating away at their audiences' attention. Is there room to adapt?

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A short guide to crowdfunding journalism

A short guide to crowdfunding journalism - De Correspondent - Medium
7 lessons from our world record breaking campaign with De Correspondent
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How Much Google News Traffic Do Publishers Get? Here’s Data on 80 News Sites.

How Much Google News Traffic Do Publishers Get? Here’s Data on 80 News Sites. | New Journalism | Scoop.it
Google News has been in the news itself lately, from European efforts to impose taxes to questions about its value and even suggestions for giving it a full redesign. But just how much traffic is it currently driving to publishers?

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Andy Bull's curator insight, April 15, 12:47 PM

From the post: "The bottom line: Google News still matters, and news search optimization efforts are worth your time."

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How publishers should practice ethical curation and attribution

The starting point for ethical aggregation is to practice attribution. Here's how.
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The Trouble With Unpublishing the News

The Trouble With Unpublishing the News | New Journalism | Scoop.it

Once upon a time, not very long ago, publishing was a massive, visceral operation. It required buckets of ink, reams of paper, and mammoth machines that clanked and roared and churned. To stop the presses was a violent decision—also, a costly one.


Publishing nowadays seems muted in comparison. All it takes to make a news article appear—or disappear—is the silent press of a button from a handheld smartphone. 


But removing an article from the web is still arguably the most dramatic choice a news organization can make.* Which is why BuzzFeed caused a stir this week when it chose to delete a post that was critical of a new beauty campaign by Dove. (Gawker was first to note the deletion of the piece, which you can still read here.) "Once again, soap is acting condescending," BuzzFeed's Arabelle Sicardi wrote. The article was removed and replaced with a message that says, "We pulled this post because it is not consistent with the tone of BuzzFeed Life." (BuzzFeed republished the post Friday afternoon, saying the initial deletion was in violation of its editorial standards. BuzzFeed's top editor explained the choice in a memo to employees.)

The removal was puzzling for a couple of reasons. For one, from an outsider's perspective, there's nothing about the tone of the piece that seems clearly antithetical to the tone of any number of BuzzFeed pieces. And the decision to remove it from the site appears to run counter to BuzzFeed's own editorial standards, published to the site back in January:


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What makes a good photo good?

What makes a good photo good? - Click the Shutter - Medium
If there’s one thing I’ve learned from years of shooting pictures, it’s what makes a photo good, and what makes a photo …
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Data journalism: How to find stories in numbers

Data journalism: How to find stories in numbers | New Journalism | Scoop.it
Sandra Crucianelli offers tricks and tools for finding, interpreting and presenting stories from data.

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Marco Favero's curator insight, April 13, 9:25 AM

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Publishers love to talk about "trust," but what do they mean?

Publishers love to talk about "trust," but what do they mean? | New Journalism | Scoop.it
Trust is currency when it comes to media. Here's how publishers and agencies think about it.
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New Online Tools For Investigative Journalists

New Online Tools For Investigative Journalists | New Journalism | Scoop.it
A number of free online tools are enabling investigative journalists to dig up, disperse and display data in quicker, more cost-effective ways.
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A Story with Numbers: Data Journalism Enters the Newsroom

A Story with Numbers: Data Journalism Enters the Newsroom | New Journalism | Scoop.it
In Armenia I didn’t see many works except at your outlet. But I was surprised to see that there is a lot
of data online for Armenia. Just by Googling a few things I found many data sets. So, it is a very good
start to do data journalism.
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A lab at work starting up an online news formula - The Boston Globe

A lab at work starting up an online news formula - The Boston Globe | New Journalism | Scoop.it
With news organizations around the country shrinking under intense financial pressure, journalism scholars are watchinglong, hard The Conversation, a new partnership between veteran news editors and professors from the world’s leading universities. After successful launches in Australia and the the United Kingdom, the United States edition of The Conversation debuted at BU in October.
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Publishers: Annoying Ads Can Cost You More Than They Earn You

Publishers: Annoying Ads Can Cost You More Than They Earn You | New Journalism | Scoop.it
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Paywalls

Paywalls - Geeks Bearing Gifts - Medium
If doomsday does come, who will pay for news? Someone has to, right? Who else will pay then but its consumers, yes? Isn’…
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Its journalism is behind a paywall, but The Times of London’s developers embrace open source

Its journalism is behind a paywall, but The Times of London’s developers embrace open source | New Journalism | Scoop.it
"All development is building on the shoulders of the people who came before you, and being a closed-off shop will only harm us on the long run."
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Journalism and the Discipline of Verification

Journalism and the Discipline of Verification | New Journalism | Scoop.it
Sat in a hotel in Turin. Tomorrow I’ve a short walk to the UNICRI HQ where I’ll be leading a workshop for journalists and reporters. Preparing them for the various cyber threats they are now facing...

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Meet the new spammers  - the newsroom

Meet the new spammers  - the newsroom | New Journalism | Scoop.it

You’ve just experienced an incredibly horrifying experience. You survived a plane crash, hurricane, devastating flood, witnessed a shooting or crime. Your heart races; adrenaline following, emotions, fear or worry.

What do you do? You instinctually share your experience with your friends and family. In the thick of it, you hit send.

Then something odd happens (something that has never happened before). Somehow, out of nowhere, someone from the news replies to your post.

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