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Pew: Men, highly educated are more engaged with news on mobile devices | Poynter.

Pew: Men, highly educated are more engaged with news on mobile devices | Poynter. | Online journalism | Scoop.it
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See how this dovetails with recent RJI research conducted by Roger Fidler and Ken Fleming: http://bit.ly/SjzBMQ

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Internet may soon beat TV as main source of national news

Internet may soon beat TV as main source of national news | Online journalism | Scoop.it
Folks already use the internet more than newspapers to get their national news. Now the internet is on the verge of toppling even TV, research sugests.

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Rodrigo Mesquita's curator insight, December 14, 2012 5:11 PM

a pauta e os processos de informação, comunicação e articulação serão da social media. a tv é a próxima vítima

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This Week in Review: A red flag for media regulation, and are news paywalls inevitable?

This Week in Review: A red flag for media regulation, and are news paywalls inevitable? | Online journalism | Scoop.it
A warning about press regulation’s downside: We’re now two weeks removed from Lord Justice Leveson issuing his report calling for a new regulatory body for the British press, and at this point, we’re waist-deep in the messy work of figuring out...

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Some lessons from the demise of The Daily: Was it the platform, the content, the structure, or the business model?

Some lessons from the demise of The Daily: Was it the platform, the content, the structure, or the business model? | Online journalism | Scoop.it
The built-for-iPad "newspaper" is closing on December 15. Here are the ideas some are taking away from News Corp.'s high-profile venture into a platform-specific news organization.
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The impossibility of tablet-native journalism

The impossibility of tablet-native journalism | Online journalism | Scoop.it
Someone needed to see whether there was such a thing as tablet-native journalism, and Murdoch took that role onto himself. The answer, it turns out, is no.
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Update: Comparing two free tools for online multimedia story presentation – without having to learn web design and flash animation

Update: Comparing two free tools for online multimedia story presentation – without having to learn web design and flash animation | Online journalism | Scoop.it
The continuous improvements at Wix.com and Imcreator.com have made these two free web-authoring tools more and more practical for use as digital news reporting platforms.
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MediaPost Publications Effective Content Marketing 12/05/2012

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How Social Media is Replacing Traditional Journalism as a News Source [Infographic] | Social Media Today

How Social Media is Replacing Traditional Journalism as a News Source [Infographic] | Social Media Today | Online journalism | Scoop.it
We are living in the digital information age with nearly half of all Americans get some form of local news on a mobile device, and 46% of people get their news online at least three times a week.
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Print Icons Drive Innovation In Online NYC | NetNewsCheck.com

Print Icons Drive Innovation In Online NYC | NetNewsCheck.com | Online journalism | Scoop.it
When it comes to building a business online and on mobile, New York's print media set the standard, not just for the U.S. but the world.
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The Future's weekly and service-based for iPad mag publisher

The Future's weekly and service-based for iPad mag publisher | Online journalism | Scoop.it
Magazine publisher Future is exploiting iPad by offering a tablet production service to rivals and by identifying a new weekly publishing schedule for its monthly print titles and rolling news sites.
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The Atlantic Turns a Profit, With an Eye on the Web

The Atlantic Turns a Profit, With an Eye on the Web | Online journalism | Scoop.it
To turn a profit for the first time in decade, one of the nation’s oldest magazines had to, more than anything else, stop thinking of itself as a printed product.
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Journalism vs. commerce: When is the news important enough to drop a paywall?

Journalism vs. commerce: When is the news important enough to drop a paywall? | Online journalism | Scoop.it
As Hurricane Sandy advanced towards the eastern seaboard on Sunday, both the New York Times and the Wall Street Journal decided to lower the paywalls surrounding their content, presumably to allow readers to access potentially life-saving...
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Paywall startup Tinypass adds metered subscriptions for small publishers

Paywall startup Tinypass adds metered subscriptions for small publishers | Online journalism | Scoop.it
New York-based startup Tinypass, which helps small publishers and content creators charge for content online through existing platforms like Google, is rolling out metered content options to all of its clients.
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Making ebooks a news publishing revenue stream: Newspapers, B2B, events case studies | TheMediaBriefing

Making ebooks a news publishing revenue stream: Newspapers, B2B, events case studies | TheMediaBriefing | Online journalism | Scoop.it
Book publishers may have had little choice but to adopt eBooks, but they have been wary of them, in particular the potential for piracy to suck revenues out of the industry, as it has done for music and film.

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Why journalists should explore the business side of news | Poynter.

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Brian Steffens's curator insight, December 13, 2012 7:29 PM

We first heard RJI Fellow Matt Thompson talk about the "Journey Into the Business Side" this fall at ONA12 in San Francisco: http://bit.ly/SvmbMD

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It's not Twitter -- this is just the way the news works now

It's not Twitter -- this is just the way the news works now | Online journalism | Scoop.it
The way that inaccurate news reports about a mass shooting in Connecticut filtered out through social media has brought up many of the same criticisms as Hurricane Sandy -- that social media isn't an appropriate forum for journalism.

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4 Tips for Handling the Most Overlooked Mobile Marketing Channel

4 Tips for Handling the Most Overlooked Mobile Marketing Channel | Online journalism | Scoop.it
The next thing you should be doing is right under your nose and it's a marketing channel that you're familiar with and most likely already using. OK, OK.
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3 simple and cheap multimedia tools

3 simple and cheap multimedia tools | Online journalism | Scoop.it
Interactive traffic drivers are a necessity in today's newsroom—from video to slideshows, and more—but what do you do if your current budget has no room for these emerging content production needs? Here are 3 ...
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News Corp to close iPad title The Daily

News Corp to close iPad title The Daily | Online journalism | Scoop.it
The iPad newspaper, which was launched less than two years ago, 'could not find a large enough audience quickly enough'...
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Scripps Bets People Will Pay For Content | NetNewsCheck.com

The company is aggressive in introducing paid apps for access to content to both its TV stations and newspapers.
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Today’s Page One: The Future of Media According to David Carr | The Alcalde

Today’s Page One: The Future of Media According to David Carr | The Alcalde | Online journalism | Scoop.it
Perhaps best known for his role in Page One, a documentary about the New York Times, journalist David Carr has spent the past 25 years investigating the intersections of media and business, culture, and government.
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'Online editions are not enough – publishers should go mobile' | Comments from media industry experts | Journalism.co.uk

'Online editions are not enough – publishers should go mobile' | Comments from media industry experts | Journalism.co.uk | Online journalism | Scoop.it
The Information Age required traditional print publishers to go online and come up with new business models to offset the loss of print advertising revenue that had been the industry's lifeblood for generations. Many papers are still grappling with those challenges, and a media company consolidation trend combined with falling print edition subscription rates have silenced some organisations that had played a vital role in their communities for decades.
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Masterclass 52: Latest storytelling platforms | Multimedia Journalism

Masterclass 52: Latest storytelling platforms | Multimedia Journalism | Online journalism | Scoop.it

One of the great challenges journalism faces is to find new ways of storytelling

Why do we need to do that?
Because the new media demand new ways of storytelling that are appropriate for them.
So how should we tell stories in the mutlimeda environments of websites or mobile devices, for example?


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NBC News Launches New App For Windows 8 | NetNewsCheck.com

The app allows users to access NBC News across various Windows 8 devices, including desktops, laptops and tablet computers. News stories are also cached and can be accessed online.
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MyHistro: build timelines around a theme or story | Multimedia Journalism

MyHistro: build timelines around a theme or story | Multimedia Journalism | Online journalism | Scoop.it

MyHistro lets you build timelines around a theme or story, using text, stills and video

Each event you add can be geolocated on a Google map, and stories can be embedded on a website or blog
Viewers click to play the timeline, so it's great for sequential storytelling.


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