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“El Extrarradio” (Otra radio es posible)

“El Extrarradio” (Otra radio es posible) | New Journalism | Scoop.it

“El Extrarradio” es un nuevo concepto de radio. Son doce jóvenes periodistas desencantados con el actual modelo que rige los medios de comunicación. Creativos y arriesgados, ofrecen una innovadora forma de consumir radio más allá del concepto tradicional de podcast.

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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.

 

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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.

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Roughly 100 Fantastic Pieces of Journalism

Roughly 100 Fantastic Pieces of Journalism | New Journalism | Scoop.it
Exceptional nonfiction stories from 2014 that are still worth encountering today
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Trends in Newsrooms: Analytics, audience development and the newsroom

Trends in Newsrooms: Analytics, audience development and the newsroom | New Journalism | Scoop.it
The increasing use and sophistication of analytical programmes to help editors understand where the audience is, what it wants to consume and when and what it responds to, is complemented by the arrival of the 'growth team' in newsrooms. But numbers mean nothing without insight. Federica Cherubini explains. 

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Ya no son sólo redes sociales: Facebook y Twitter se consolidan como fuentes de información

Ya no son sólo redes sociales: Facebook y Twitter se consolidan como fuentes de información | New Journalism | Scoop.it
Las redes sociales ya no son sólo para compartir fotos de las vacaciones. Se están afianzando, de hecho, en ser fuentes de información. Es lo que revelan los últimos datos publicados por Pew Research, que muestran que el porcentaje de...
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7 % des lectures de journaux viennent de... la tablette

7 % des lectures de journaux viennent de... la tablette | New Journalism | Scoop.it
Pour la première fois, ainsi que nous l'annonçait récemment Bertrand Krug, directeur adjoint de Médiamétrie/Netratings, l'étude d'audience AudiPresse One Global des marques de presse, publiée jeudi...

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News Sites Are Fatter and Slower Than Ever

News Sites Are Fatter and Slower Than Ever | New Journalism | Scoop.it

An analysis of download times highlights how poorly designed news sites are. That's more evidence of poor implementation of ads... and a strong case for ad blockers. Websites designers live in a bubble, they’re increasingly disconnected from users. Their work requirements include design (fonts, layouts elements), advertising (multiple ad serving and analytics), data collection (even though most sites collects way more data that they are able to process), a/b testings, and other marketing voodoo.

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BBC considering move to make news channel online only

BBC considering move to make news channel online only | New Journalism | Scoop.it
Corporation understood to be looking into future of £66.2m TV channel and how live news is covered, with final decision yet to be made

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How the Tech Press Forces a Narrative on Companies it Covers

How the Tech Press Forces a Narrative on Companies it Covers - Backchannel - Medium
Pinning Startups to “Silicon Valley Time.”
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Introducing Material Design Lite

Introducing Material Design Lite - Google Developers - Medium
getmdl.io -a library of components & templates in vanilla CSS, HTML and JS
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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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The BBC show that proves ‘clickbait’ isn’t the only stuff readers want

The BBC show that proves ‘clickbait’ isn’t the only stuff readers want | New Journalism | Scoop.it
A lot has been written about the importance of audience metrics in newsrooms recently, and the predicted impact of assigning goals every month to individual journalists, something we’re about to start doing in one of the newsrooms I work with in...

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Andy Bull's curator insight, July 23, 11:16 AM

From the post: "A group of academics create the top 40 of stories based on how popular they have been online,primarily through social media sharing and viewing. For anyone who thinks such an approach means the UK’s most popular news story is a skating cat, it’s time to think again."

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The rise of the mobile editor

The rise of the mobile editor | New Journalism | Scoop.it

As the number of mobile readers climbs over 50 percent for many newspapers, it is logical that we would infuse mobile thinking throughout the newsroom. Yet, in a majority of newsrooms, the focus is not on mobile. Newsrooms need to start changing this by hiring a mobile editor.

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Who’s making money — and who isn’t — in local online news?

Who’s making money — and who isn’t — in local online news? | New Journalism | Scoop.it
The number of independent local news sites generating significant revenue leaves something to be desired. At the top of the list: a site covering the Florida Panhandle beach lifestyle.
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foro profesional sobre medios de comunicación y audiencias

foro profesional sobre medios de comunicación y audiencias | New Journalism | Scoop.it
AIMC (Asociación para la Investigación de Medios de Comunicación) organizará el próximo 20 de noviembre en Madrid su 10º Encuentro Internacional sobre (...)
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Médias traditionnels ou numériques : les 10 choses à savoir sur la façon dont on s'informe en 2015

Médias traditionnels ou numériques : les 10 choses à savoir sur la façon dont on s'informe en 2015 | New Journalism | Scoop.it
Le Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism a publié fin juin son rapport 2015. Un rapport très attendu chaque année parce qu'il est le seul outil qui analyse à l'échelle mondiale les usages e...

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How ESPN Plans to Dominate the Post-TV World

How ESPN Plans to Dominate the Post-TV World | New Journalism | Scoop.it
it’s a philosophical shift in how ESPN views

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Bruno Renkin's curator insight, July 13, 11:55 AM

ESPN is confronting the slow unbundling of television by unbundling itself—treating its own site, plus Facebook, Twitter, Snapchat, and push alerts, as separate channels.

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European digital ad spend gets closer to TV

European digital ad spend gets closer to TV | New Journalism | Scoop.it
Online advertising achieved 11.8% growth to reach a market value of €30.7bn, consolidating its position as the second largest media category.

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What is the Ideal Length of Everything Online? [INFOGRAPHIC]

What is the Ideal Length of Everything Online? [INFOGRAPHIC] | New Journalism | Scoop.it
Social media marketers talk a lot about how to get more clicks, but sometimes we forget about real engagement. What’s the use of clicks if your audience doesn’t stay on the page for any longer than th

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