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Creating an open journalism toolkit from Sarah Hartley n0tice.org at MMR12

Creating an open journalism toolkit from Sarah Hartley n0tice.org at MMR12 | Radio 2.0 (En & Fr) | Scoop.it
The story  of the open journalism toolkit n0tice.org became the focus for a session at one of Europe's big broadcast conferences this week.
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Contenus numériques : les internautes enfin prêts à payer - Atlantico.fr

Contenus numériques : les internautes enfin prêts à payer - Atlantico.fr | Radio 2.0 (En & Fr) | Scoop.it

Une infographie a passionné les marketeurs du Net, et probablement désespéré les défenseurs du Web libre et du tout gratuit. Celle de Business Insider, "L'ascension des contenus 4.0" qui veut en une infographie optimiste démontrer que les contenus en ligne sont enfin rentables, propulsés par des utilisateurs enfin consommateurs, et à peu près disciplinés.

Pour mémoire, après le Web 2.0 des réseaux et applications partagées, et le web 3.0 ("les machines nous comprennent"') appelé parfois aussi Web au carré, le Web 4.0 intègre dans le nuage infini de stockage partagé du "cloud" tous les contenus, et les contenus numériques 4.0 seraient alors cette rivière de contenus toujours disponibles pour être téléchargés, visionnés, et consommés depuis une multitude d'écrans et machines récepteurs (tablettes, smartphone, télévision, etc.), moyennant un micro-paiement ou un abonnement.


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At the U.S. Open and Beyond, a Radio Announcer's Internet Odyssey

At the U.S. Open and Beyond, a Radio Announcer's Internet Odyssey | Radio 2.0 (En & Fr) | Scoop.it
Ken Thomas broadcasts tennis matches on the Internet, including qualifying at the United States Open, reviving the lost art of tennis on the radio.
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What Audiences Want: Study Uncovers Possible Futures for Storytelling | Latitude Research

What Audiences Want: Study Uncovers Possible Futures for Storytelling | Latitude Research | Radio 2.0 (En & Fr) | Scoop.it

Earlier this year, Latitude set out to understand audiences’ evolving expectations around their everyday content experiences—with TV shows, movies, books, plot-driven video games, news, and even advertising. We began by speaking with leaders in the emerging “transmedia” space to investigate the challenges and the opportunities that today’s storytellers are encountering.

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Spotify Radio, un sérieux concurrent aux radios FM ? | Le Club Radio

Spotify Radio, un sérieux concurrent aux radios FM ?  | Le Club Radio | Radio 2.0 (En & Fr) | Scoop.it

Le site suédois de musique en ligne Spotify vient de lancer un nouveau service de radio en ligne sur mobile grâce à la mise à jour de l’application iOS et Android.
Spotify et Deezer sont les deux concurrents en France pour l’écoute de musique en ligne. Ils permettent gratuitement d’écouter n’importe quelle chanson parmi un catalogue de plusieurs millions de chansons. Avec un abonnement à 10€ par mois vous pouvez en plus, télécharger l’application sur votre mobile et écouter n’importe où la chanson de votre choix avec ou sans accès à internet...

Lire l'article complet : http://www.leclubradio.com/actualites/la-une/spotify-radio-un-serieux-concurrent-aux-radios-fm.htm

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Au New York Festival, «Libération» distingué pour un documentaire radio - Libération

Au New York Festival, «Libération» distingué pour un documentaire radio - Libération | Radio 2.0 (En & Fr) | Scoop.it

Nous ne sommes pas peu fiers mais aussi quelque peu confus: Libération a été distingué dans la catégorie «documentaire radio - Relations humaines» au festival de New York. Récompenser un journal papier par un prix radio, voilà qui est inhabituel mais qui marque d'un nouveau jalon la transformation des entreprises de presse. «Mais pourquoi tu m’enregistres en train de faire le café» a été diffusé en avril 2011 en complément d'une enquête parue dans les pages du quotidien sur la précarité des auteurs de documentaires sonores, genre radio pourtant noble.

 

 

Lien aux programmes radios français primés au New York Festival 2012 : http://www.newyorkfestivals.com/worldsbestradio/2012/index.php?&keywordSearch=France


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Radio Intelligence - Radio Lessons from the Huffington Post

Radio Intelligence - Radio Lessons from the Huffington Post | Radio 2.0 (En & Fr) | Scoop.it
So if you’re a local media company with an expectation for news and information, I know you’re repurposing your content online and I know you’re aggregating content from elsewhere. But what about your original reporting? What about blogs by independent (and local) voices? What about commenting and participation from your consumers?

Indeed, is your digital platform positioned simply as a digital ad for your station? Simply a distribution point for content and marketing material for your over-the-air brand?

Or is it designed to be the hub for local people interested in your filter, your perspectives, and their own?

The goal is not to replicate HuffPo and shrink into its shadow. But nor is it to simply repurpose your content and promote your brand.

The goal is to leverage your brand in a fresh way and delight and engage your tribe by allowing that tribe to play together in the sandbox of your brand.
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Is Radio Losing the “War for Attention”? | Mark Ramsey Media Blog

Is Radio Losing the “War for Attention”? | Mark Ramsey Media Blog | Radio 2.0 (En & Fr) | Scoop.it

The key for radio isn’t to imagine a world that needs more radio, it’s to imagine a world that needs more compelling content and more ways to play with that content across each consumer’s social graph...

Radio’s challenge is not to adapt its legacy technology for new devices, since this requires consumers to demand those devices because of that technology (look how well that worked for those HD table radios). Its challenge is to create content that demands attention and nurture that attention across platforms and devices where consumers already spend their time.

So begin by asking these questions:

1. How can we divide our content into chunks – mini-brands, where each chunk is its own attention magnet (if this sounds like it favors morning shows, public radio, talk radio, and sports, that’s no accident)?

2. How can we make each chunk as compelling and attractive to an audience as possible?

3. How can we inspire fans to share their passion for that content across all available platforms – the ones where consumers already live and the ones consumers already want to use?

4. How can we extend each chunk – each mini-brand – in an organic way that maximizes both consumer involvement and revenue, no matter what that extension looks like and whether or not it is “radio”?

5. What is the monetization strategy which links all these pieces together?

Stop playing defense, radio.

Start playing offense.

 

Read full article here : http://www.markramseymedia.com/2012/04/is-radio-losing-the-war-for-attention/

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UGC User Generated Content @ BBC (2008) | Claire Wardle

This report of 2008 is the largest and most comprehensive study of user generated content (UGC) in a broadcast news organisation. It examins the motivation for people to submit content as well as the barriers.

This work has been led by Dr Claire Wardle is a digital media consultant, trainer and researcher, specialising in journalism, social media, and user generated content. She is currently Director of Development & Integration at Storyful.

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Etude Yahoo! - Brand Content : quels nouveaux enjeux pour les marques ? | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Etude Yahoo! - Brand Content : quels nouveaux enjeux pour les marques ? | Flickr - Photo Sharing! | Radio 2.0 (En & Fr) | Scoop.it
A l’ occasion de la 2ème édition de la conférence organisée par Yahoo! Studio sur le Brand Content, « Et ma marque dans tout ça ? », Yahoo!, groupe media digital leader, révèle les résultats de sa dernière étude sur la perception des contenus de marque par les consommateurs. Près de 80% des internautes apprécient l’idée qu’une marque propose du contenu, d’autant plus si celle-ci est reconnue comme experte dans son domaine (83%).
Qu’attendent les consommateurs des marques en matière de contenu ? Quels privilèges et types d’interaction plébiscitent-ils ? Yahoo! fait le point.
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Never Lose A Listener | Radio-Info.com

Never Lose A Listener | Radio-Info.com | Radio 2.0 (En & Fr) | Scoop.it
Whether you broadcast or podcast your show, you already know—radio isn’t just “radio.” Your audience gets their entertainment, news, and information, “radio,” on many platforms.

Listeners come when they are informed, entertained and engaged, they leave when bored. The answer is: Engage your audience by working with these three proven “Powerful Radio” principles:

1. Tell the truth
2. Make it matter
3. Never be boring.

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Ce que vous devriez boire en fonction de ce que vous écoutez

Ce que vous devriez boire en fonction de ce que vous écoutez | Radio 2.0 (En & Fr) | Scoop.it
« Never listen to music alone again », c’est le credo du site de musique Drinkify qui, en plus de jouer vos artistes préférés, vous proposera un cocktail original pour en accompagner l’écoute.

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Des Arts Sonnants et lepaysage sonore de Tananarive

Des Arts Sonnants et lepaysage sonore de Tananarive | Radio 2.0 (En & Fr) | Scoop.it

Du 04 au 14 mars 2012, le paysage urbain de la capitale malgache sera donc sur écoute, avec des artistes danseurs, chorégraphes, musiciens, slameurs et vidéastes malgache et réunionnais, dans le cadre des Rencontres du film court de Madagascar.

De la posture d'écoute (errance, itinéraire, points d'ouïe...) au geste d'écriture, de la voix au geste, du son à la musique, de la réalité à l'imaginaire, la notion de paysage sonore sera au centre de l'action, design sonore urbain pétri des multiples sonorités de Tananarive.

Des Arts Sonnants s'envole dans quelques jours pour Madagascar...


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Why Brands are Becoming Publishers [video] - Brian Solis

Why Brands are Becoming Publishers [video] - Brian Solis | Radio 2.0 (En & Fr) | Scoop.it

According to Deanna Brown, CEO, Federated Media Publishing, “Content, in the right context, is ultimately king.”

Welcome to the evolution of publishing, where storytelling, advertising, and technology intersect. By having unhindered access to social and mobile media platforms, brands are experimenting with paid, owned, and earned media to reach connected consumers in their channels of relevance. As brands dabble in publishing, traditional marketing and advertising networks are also evolving.

Federated Media is no stranger to the game. And, on this episode of Revolution, Deanna Brown explores the state and future of brand publishing, content marketing and monetization models, and most importantly, what it takes to engage with connected consumers. As Deanna so rightly observes, this is no longer about eyeballs and impressions, but instead about premium offerings and meaningful engagement. For brands to find success in new media, she believes that brands must look beyond traditional marketing and tell great stories without pushing messages. If businesses can be transparent, be authentic—in the right context—the brand and the brand story can be conversational and influential.

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Présentation des projets très interessants de Radio France | nvx

Présentation des projets très interessants de Radio France | nvx | Radio 2.0 (En & Fr) | Scoop.it

Plateforme musicale, nouvelles applications, NouvOson etc. Toutes les nouveautés du pôle Nouveaux médias, c'est dans le discours de rentrée de Joël Ronez, lors de la conférence de presse de rentrée du groupe, le mardi 4 septembre 2012.

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Apple Sets Its Sights On Radio With New Patent

Apple Sets Its Sights On Radio With New Patent | Radio 2.0 (En & Fr) | Scoop.it
This week Apple was awarded a patent that appears to be a shot across the bow to streaming broadcasters. The patent enables switching from broadcastor streamed content to media stored on a device. By using information available from RDS data, broadcast listings or published programming schedules, the device would determine in advance what programming might not be of interest to the user and then switch to songs or podcasts stored on the device or streamed from a cloud based library. The system reportedly uses the device owner’s content consumption habits, as well as “like” and”dislike” interactive features to determine preferences.
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Why Storybranding Trumps Traditional Advertising - Adrants

Why Storybranding Trumps Traditional Advertising - Adrants | Radio 2.0 (En & Fr) | Scoop.it
Gaining trust is everything when it comes to persuasion. And when you are the one trying to gain trust, credibility is influenced by many other factors besides what you think of yourself or an endorsement by a credible source.

Thinking of your brand as its main story character with a cause or a reason for being, one that goes beyond the profit motive, can open up new, more creative alternatives for advertisers than the old standy "brag and boast" form of persuasion. Instead of being the hospital that brags "excellence is all around you," perhaps an association with the value of excellence as a worthwhile pursuit in life, let alone health care, would be a more effective appeal. Instead of being the brand that cites some statistic about customer satisfaction, perhaps an association with the shared value of people caring for other people would render greater trust.

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Most journalists now get story ideas from social media sources, survey says | Poynter.

An annual global survey of journalists by public relations firm Oriella finds that more than half now use social media as a source of story ideas, and nearly half use blogs to find angles and ideas.
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Agile, social, cheap: The new way NPR is trying to make radio

Agile, social, cheap: The new way NPR is trying to make radio | Radio 2.0 (En & Fr) | Scoop.it
The network is apparenty taking a page from agile software development, creating radio programs in "permanent beta" to reach new audiences.

The shows are live (cheap) and/or adaptations of existing shows (easy), all produced in six- or 10- or 13-episode pilot runs instead of as permanent offerings. Listeners and local program directors are invited to help shape the sound of the programs, making it something of a public beta.

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IPAD. Discover the first B2C media of AFP with Radio France

IPAD. Discover the first B2C media of AFP with Radio France | Radio 2.0 (En & Fr) | Scoop.it
it is the first B2C media from AFP in partnership with Radio France. An iPad application, both personalized and innovative, which combines the best of France Info, France Inter, France Culture and AFP on the presidential and legislative elections.

The application, France 2012, relies on Trendsboard technology, a semantic algorithm that analyzes and prioritizes the real-time content of Radio France and AFP based on the conversations shared over the Internet.

With this technology, the user can control his information through three filters (political and campaign issues, candidates, and soon geolocation), just as in a video game. It presents the best content of these two major media groups - text, photos, audio and video - in a format each user can personalize in his or her own way. 

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The Echo Nest CEO On What Big Data Means To The Music Industry | TechCrunchTV

The Echo Nest CEO On What Big Data Means To The Music Industry | TechCrunchTV | Radio 2.0 (En & Fr) | Scoop.it
The Echo Nest is possibly the hottest music data company around right now. They've signed deals with Nokia, EMI, Clear Channel, Spotify, and most recently, Vevo.

Lucchese believes that the songs you listen to say something about your identity, and that music services have a huge problem ahead of them in the form of millions of listeners and millions of digital music titles. Being the middle man between such huge pools of information is nearly impossible without a deep understanding of the music itself.

But Lucchese believes that the real shift will come by way of understanding the listener, too.

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Journalisme 3.0: le pari de la radio publique suédoise | Metamedia

Journalisme 3.0: le pari de la radio publique suédoise | Metamedia | Radio 2.0 (En & Fr) | Scoop.it

Journalisme 1.0 (médias traditionnels) + Journalisme 2.0 (médias sociaux) = Journalisme 3.0 C’est la formule, semble-t-il gagnante, tentée depuis un an par la radio publique suédoise pour sauver le journalisme, a révélé vendredi, à Londres, la directrice de Sveriges Radio (3 stations nationales et 27 locales).

 

Cette réinvention est d’abord passée par la diffusion des programmes sur Spotify (+110.000 auditeurs en un mois) et autres plateformes de distribution web comme iTunes, la création d’un player audio, qui avec les contenus de la radio ont été mis à la disposition des autres médias, y compris des concurrents.

 

Puis le nouveau rôle des « journalistes 3.0 » a été défini lors d’un séminaire de deux jours où les propositions de la rédaction ont rejoint celles de la direction. Un guide a été mis en ligne (Qu’est ce que le journalisme ? Qui est journaliste ? …) et le débat s’est enrichi.

 

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Radio Henri Dès

Radio Henri Dès | Radio 2.0 (En & Fr) | Scoop.it
Henri Dès s'est offert le luxe de créer sa propre radio sur le web: Plus de 250 de ses chansons à déguster sans jingle ni publicité 24h sur 24h et 7 jours sur 7.

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Radio Listening: LSE to offer EBU Radio News members prestigious research fellowship

Radio Listening: LSE to offer EBU Radio News members prestigious research fellowship | Radio 2.0 (En & Fr) | Scoop.it

The EBU is partnering with POLIS, the journalism think tank of the London School of Economics and Political Science, to offer EBU Radio News members a prestigious research fellowship in London. It will be launched to coincide with the POLIS-BBC College of Journalism-EBU 'Reporting the World' conference, which is taking place at the LSE, on Friday 23rd March.

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Radio Anonymous envahit le Mouv' pour parler hacktivisme

Radio Anonymous envahit le Mouv' pour parler hacktivisme | Radio 2.0 (En & Fr) | Scoop.it
Aujourd'hui, c'est la journée des Anonymous. OWNI envahit le Mouv' pour parler hacktivisme, démocratie numérique, lulz et action collective. Tout la journée, la rédaction répond à vos questions sur l'antenne.
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