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How the Financial Times built a story on invasive insects that buzzes with interactivity

How the Financial Times built a story on invasive insects that buzzes with interactivity | New Journalism | Scoop.it
This month, The Financial Times published a story about invasive bugs, from emerald ash borers and Asian longhorned beetles to yellow crazy ants, and the weaponry humans have developed to halt their spread across the globe. The 1,800-word “Invasive species: the battle to beat the bugs,” was published with several maps and bands of creepy crawlies that crawl [...]
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Closing The Technology Gap In Journalism

Closing The Technology Gap In Journalism - Journalism Innovation - Medium
The lack of communication between publishers and developers is the force behind the technology gap in journalism. So, why aren’t they…
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Video is the new HTML

Video is the new HTML | New Journalism | Scoop.it

Jonah Peretti made these numbers public late last year. To me, they're
interesting because they show two distinct trends - proliferation of
distribution platforms and proliferation of content models.

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Mass media is over, but where does journalism go from here?

Mass media is over, but where does journalism go from here? | New Journalism | Scoop.it
The crucial question no one, including Jeff Jarvis, can answer: how will we fund journalists in a world dominated by Google and Facebook?
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How Die Zeit Reinvented Itself by Talking to Users, Focusing on Speed and Depth

How Die Zeit Reinvented Itself by Talking to Users, Focusing on Speed and Depth | New Journalism | Scoop.it
This post originally appeared on the John S. Knight Journalism Fellowships website and is republished here with permission. Martin Kotynek came to Stanford as a 2013-14 JSK Fellow with the goal of re-imagining the news article for the digital age.
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Andy Bull's curator insight, June 1, 11:49 AM
From the post: "one thing kept coming up: Our mobile users want speed and depth at the same time. We focused the whole relaunch on that need. It became clear pretty quickly that we had to rethink our reporting style, create new storytelling formats and change our design."
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Sénégal: Est-on prêt pour du Journalisme d'investigation?

Sénégal: Est-on prêt pour du Journalisme d'investigation? | New Journalism | Scoop.it

Au Sénégal, le journalisme est au plus bas de sa réputation. Et pourtant, nous avons la meilleure école de journalisme dans la sous-région: le CESTI.
Mais les Sénégalais sont-ils réellement prêts pour le journalisme d’investigation? Qu’est devenu Libération de Yaham Mbaye? Et la Gazette de Abdou Latif Coulibaly? Et le Journal Enquête, fait-il le job comme on s’y attendait? Que va devenir Melentane, le site d’investigation de Mamadou Sy Tounkara et Oumar Bâ?


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DocPresseESJ's curator insight, May 31, 11:11 AM

Le Sénégal évolue dans un environnement démocratique qui lui permettrait de proposer du vrai journalisme d’investigation.

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A new journalism startup in Hong Kong is betting the public will pay for unbiased news

A new journalism startup in Hong Kong is betting the public will pay for unbiased news | New Journalism | Scoop.it
Hong Kong Starting an independent news service in today's media environment would be a challenge anywhere. In Hong Kong, it seems like a singularly bad idea. The quality and independence of the South China Morning Post, Hong Kong’s main English-language paper, is widely perceived to have declined in recent years, especially after having bee
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When words are not enough, gestures or images can say more

Human communication is a glorious chaos. And images, from art to emojis, sometimes say it so much better than language can
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With lessons from Google, The Washington Post has brought its page load speed down to milliseconds

With lessons from Google, The Washington Post has brought its page load speed down to milliseconds | New Journalism | Scoop.it
Under the ownership of Jeff Bezos, The Washington Post has become a fount of editorial innovation. There’s Arc, The Post’s home-cooked content management system that’s now being s…
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What History Teaches Us About Walls

What History Teaches Us About Walls | New Journalism | Scoop.it
Donald Trump may want to take note: World history is full of examples of engineering thwarted by goal-oriented rank amateurs.
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Vicarious trauma is an issue for management as well as journalists #IJF16

Vicarious trauma is an issue for management as well as journalists #IJF16 | New Journalism | Scoop.it
The horrors of war have been a mainstay of journalism for as long as the industry has existed, but the rise of smartphones and social media have fundamentally changed how it is reported. When anyon…
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Games journalist gets threats for reporting news

Games journalist gets threats for reporting news | New Journalism | Scoop.it

People have been on edge on the internet of late.


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We Created a Facebook Group. And That is Generating News

We Created a Facebook Group. And That is Generating News - Journalism Innovation - Medium
Why are you reading this post? It's because you believe that connecting people using social media platforms can be a powerful engine for…
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Data Journalism and the Value of Making Source Data Public

Data Journalism and the Value of Making Source Data Public - Journalism Innovation - Medium
By Sérgio Spagnuolo, from Volt Data Lab — Follow me on Twitter ¶

As Volt Data Lab advances its business plan towards a more sustainable path — publishing …
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Misión inédita. Primera expedición argentina al Polo Norte

Misión inédita. Primera expedición argentina al Polo Norte | New Journalism | Scoop.it
El sueño de dos amigos terminó convirtiéndose en una misión histórica. Para lograr su objetivo, los primeros argentinos que llegaron al Polo Norte no sólo debieron atravesar condiciones extremas en el Artico, sino someterse a una intensa preparación durante un año en las montañas y en la Antártida.
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Survey: Desire for quality news doesn’t translate to payment


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Bruno Renkin's curator insight, June 1, 8:31 AM
Passion for News does not translate to payment: 62% of respondents agreed that they would not pay for content, even if it is unique and of a high quality.

Therefore the question for news organisations is still: ‘How can we fund this contradiction?’”
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What does it take to be a “full-service” digital journalism organization?

What does it take to be a “full-service” digital journalism organization? | New Journalism | Scoop.it
"We’ve gone down lots of experimental rabbit holes."

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"Discourse relies on philanthropic and nonprofit partners and collaborating media outlets to fund much of its work. It also generates some revenue through workshops, speaking engagements, and other events."

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Spain’s Eldiario.es has 18,000 paying members, and its eye on the next several million

Spain’s Eldiario.es has 18,000 paying members, and its eye on the next several million | New Journalism | Scoop.it
"We have a potential of six million readers. You may not convince all six million people to be your socios, but if you learn more about their interests, you can get closer."
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The Story Behind (and Tips from) the Most Successful Crowdfunding Campaign in the History of Journalism

The Story Behind (and Tips from) the Most Successful Crowdfunding Campaign in the History of Journalism | New Journalism | Scoop.it
A simple WordPress blog named #NoHaceFaltaPapel didn’t exist a year ago. Well now it’s a publishing company whose El Español is responsible for the largest crowdfunding campaign for journalism to date. Previously at the Spanish newspaper El Mundo and now working in New York City for Univision Noticias, María Ramírez and her husband Eduardo Suárez launched the blog last April to explore media innovation at the International Symposium of Online Journalists.
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How Facebook Swallowed Journalism

How Facebook Swallowed Journalism | New Journalism | Scoop.it
E- Something really dramatic is happening to our media landscape, the public sphere, and our journalism industry, almost without us noticing and certainly without the level of public examination and debate it deserves. Our news ecosystem has changed dramatically in the past five years, than perhaps at any …
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The voiceless have a voice. A journalist's job is to amplify it.

The voiceless have a voice. A journalist's job is to amplify it. | New Journalism | Scoop.it
One of the first things I noticed about Bridget Hegarty was her voice. It was a strong voice, but a pained one. Three years earlier, as a 17-year-old student at a Catholic high school, she’d been rape
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20 years ago, experts predicted newspapers might some day come on a ‘book-sized receiver’

20 years ago, experts predicted newspapers might some day come on a ‘book-sized receiver’ | New Journalism | Scoop.it
In a “Science Friday” episode from 1994, host Ira Flatow wondered about the future of the newspaper. “Should it stay the way it is? Should it become more user-friendly online?&#82…
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Andy Bull's curator insight, May 29, 1:53 PM
Interesting look at what we got right, and wrong, when predicting the future of our industry in the last century. Did we screw ourselves by giving our content away on line? This insight from the post: "Some analysts argue that newspapers' 'original sin' in the digital era was failing to charge for access on the web. I wonder if, instead, it was failure to build the sort of platform that would provide that access in a variety of money-making ways."
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A note to our readers about a reporter who breached our trust

A note to our readers about a reporter who breached our trust | New Journalism | Scoop.it

We want to apologize to those people whose words were misrepresented or falsified. We also want to say sorry to you, our readers, for the errors that have been made here, and hope that it has not compromised the trust you place in the Guardian. We assure you we will do better.

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Pourquoi les médias français succombent à Facebook Live

Pourquoi les médias français succombent à Facebook Live | New Journalism | Scoop.it
L'outil de diffusion de vidéos en direct de Facebook permet à des titres comme 20 minutes, Europe 1 et RTL de réaliser de belles audiences numériques et de toucher un public plus jeune.

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