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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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The Age of the Standalone Still Camera is Coming to and End for all but PROS

The Age of the Standalone Still Camera is Coming to and End for all but PROS | New Journalism | Scoop.it
This is bold prediction, but it’s clear to me that over the next several years, the standalone still camera will disappear from the hands of everyone – with the exception of a few high end professionals.

Professional photographers (if they still exist then… and I think many, or to be honest some will) will continue to make photographs with DSLR/ Medium format and perhaps mirrorless still cameras – but the vast majority of photographers will continue the exodus towards smartphones.

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6 myths about data-driven design

6 myths about data-driven design | New Journalism | Scoop.it
There is a lot of buzz about data-driven design, but very little agreement about what data-driven design really means.
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Lies, damn lies and statistics: 15 big facts about the digital migration war in Africa

Lies, damn lies and statistics: 15 big facts about the digital migration war in Africa | New Journalism | Scoop.it
The process has been full of rancour, but up to $45b in gains over the next five years are on the table. Mauritius, as usual, is ahead of the pack.

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Oborne and the fetish for old school journalism

Like many in the media industry I’ve been confronted with a wall of coverage around Peter Oborne’s resignation from the Telegraph. I read his piece when it came out but have sat on my thoughts.


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The Guardian: editor in chief candidate's statements

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Emilly Bell

Wolfgang Blau

Janine Gibson

Katharine Viner


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The NYTimes could be worth $19bn instead of $2bn

The NYTimes could be worth $19bn instead of $2bn | New Journalism | Scoop.it
  by Frédéric Filloux Some legacy media assets are vastly underestimated. A few clues in four charts.    Recent annual reports and estimates for the calendar year 2014 suggest interesting comparisons between the financial performance of media (either legacy or digital) and Internet giants. In the charts below, I look at seven companies, each in a class by itself: A few explanations are required. For two companies, in order to make comparisons relevant, I broke down "digital revenues" as they appear in financial statements: $351m for the New York Times ($182m in digital advertising + $169m for digital subscriptions) and, for The Guardian, $106m (the equivalent of the £69.5m in the Guardian Media Group annual report (PDF here). Audience numbers above come from ComScore (Dec 2014 report) for a common reference. We’ll note traffic data do vary when looking at other sources - which shows the urgent need for an industry-wide measurement standard. The "Members" column seemed necessary because
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Two great examples of how journalism has changed for the better

Two great examples of how journalism has changed for the better | New Journalism | Scoop.it
The power of amateur or “citizen” journalism becomes obvious when you look at two recent examples: one being the tracking of military activity in Ukraine, and the other the effort by residents of one of Rio’s biggest slums to document police violence
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Why have newspapers become so bad? another case of the "Seneca effect"

Why have newspapers become so bad?  another case of the "Seneca effect" | New Journalism | Scoop.it

So, we have here a good illustration of the ubiquity of Seneca's observation that "the way to ruin is rapid", but also a different case than that of the exploitation of natural resources as - say - shale oil (which is, by the way, starting to show a very nice "Seneca Cliff"). Nevertheless, all human economic activities have to do with the exploitation of resources of some kind. In this case, the resource being exploited is the capital available for advertising.


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Jeff Bezos Takes Washington Post into Digital Future

Jeff Bezos Takes Washington Post into Digital Future | New Journalism | Scoop.it
A spirit of enthusiasm has infused the office of the once troubled Washington Post following its purchase in August by Amazon founder Jeff Bezos. He is turning the newspaper into a laboratory for the digital future. Can he save a sick industry?
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Rich Data, Poor Data

Rich Data, Poor Data | New Journalism | Scoop.it
This story appears in ESPN The Magazine's March 2 Analytics Issue. Subscribe today! In the 2000 edition of Baseball Prospectus, Keith Woolner identified 23 problems -- avenues of analysis that had ...
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Will cash-strapped newspapers be tempted to get cosier with advertisers?

Will cash-strapped newspapers be tempted to get cosier with advertisers? | New Journalism | Scoop.it
Oborne was right to raise questions over the HSBC/Telegraph relationship, but as revenues dwindle papers must resist the urge to kowtow to commercial interests
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Remember when, years ago, the Telegraph set the digital pace?

Remember when, years ago, the Telegraph set the digital pace? | New Journalism | Scoop.it
In 2004, the Barclays were top of the online premier league. Now newer and younger contenders have flown past them
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News Outlets Are Using This New Site to Find Photos and Video on Social Media

News Outlets Are Using This New Site to Find Photos and Video on Social Media | New Journalism | Scoop.it
The service has run successful trials with BuzzFeed, TIME and the Huffington Post.

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Qui veut sauver la presse française ?

Qui veut sauver la presse française ? | New Journalism | Scoop.it
Les média sollicitent de plus en plus les dons des lecteurs pour réduire leurs pertes.
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Los medios impresos podrían 'robar' el debate electoral a las televisiones británicas

Los medios impresos podrían 'robar' el debate electoral a las televisiones británicas | New Journalism | Scoop.it
El debate televisivo ha sido, desde hace décadas, uno de los productos estrella en la campaña electoral: las grandes televisiones se pelean por celebrar el gran evento político, los políticos intentan dar su mejor cara y el público juzga, implacable,...
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Lies, Damn Lies, and Viral Content: Examining the Role of News Websites

Lies, Damn Lies, and Viral Content: Examining the Role of News Websites | New Journalism | Scoop.it
Information for and about the digital publishing industry from the leading trade association dedicated to representing the interests of high-quality digital publishers before the advertising community, the press, the government and the public. Includes recent news and latest research on the industry, as well as membership information.
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Why serious journalism can coexist with audience-pleasing content

Legacy media organizations should experiment with digital platforms while continuing to publish hard news
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NYT vs Buzzfeed: Valuations Discrepancies – Part II

NYT vs Buzzfeed: Valuations Discrepancies – Part II | New Journalism | Scoop.it
  by Frédéric Filloux My last column about new valuations in digital media triggered an abundance of comments. Here are my responses and additions to the discussion.  The most revealing part of argument used by those who tweeted (800 of them), commented or emailed me, is how many wished things to remain simple and segregated: legacy vs. native media, content producers vs. service providers, ancestral performances indicators and, of course, the self-granted permission to a certain category of people to decide what is worthy. Too bad for cartesian minds and simplifiers, the digital world is blurring known boundaries, mixing company purposes of and overhauling the competitive landscape. Let's start with one point of contention: Why throw LinkedIn, Facebook and old companies such as the NYTimes or the Guardian into the equation? That's the old apples and oranges point some commenters have real trouble seeing past. Here is why, precisely, the mix is relevant. Last Tuesday February 17, LinkedIn announced it had
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Qu’est ce que ce long-format qui s’empare du web ?

Qu’est ce que ce long-format qui s’empare du web ? | New Journalism | Scoop.it
Dans le discours de certains journalistes, le Web parait parfois une boîte sans fond. Un article trop long serait un article non lu, les tweets à 140 caractères espaces compris sont monnaie courante, et ce à un rythme toujours plus rapide. Et si nous nous posions quelques minutes devant notr...

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New York Times Shifts Focus Off Print Page One, With Digital Future In View

New York Times Shifts Focus Off Print Page One, With Digital Future In View | New Journalism | Scoop.it

NEW YORK -- New York Times executive editor Dean Baquet announced changes Thursday to the paper's process of selecting stories for the front page of the print edition, a move that highlights the newspaper's continued digital transformation.

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«C'est reparti !» à la une du nouveau «Charlie»

«C'est reparti !» à la une du nouveau «Charlie» | New Journalism | Scoop.it
L'équipe a bouclé son nouveau numéro, en kiosques mercredi, et reprend son rythme hebdomadaire.

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A Data-Driven Guide To The Oscars

A Data-Driven Guide To The Oscars | New Journalism | Scoop.it
Over the past couple of weeks we've used an election-style model to gauge which films, directors and performers have the best shot at an Oscar. Finally, tonight's the big event: the 87th Academy Aw...
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This Is Why Data Journalism Is Failing

While data journalism clearly shows promise, so far it’s fallen woefully short.
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The Guardian view on journalism and advertising: selling the news short

The Guardian view on journalism and advertising: selling the news short | New Journalism | Scoop.it
Editorial: The Telegraph faces searching questions about editorial independence from within its own ranks. The integrity of a British institution is on the line
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