Il existe une industrie qui est en train de renoncer à ses robots pour les remplacer par des humains, et ce n'est pas forcément une bonne nouvelle. Cette industrie, c’est la presse. Un graphique, qui circule beaucoup aux Etats-Unis, montre que Google n’est plus le premier distributeur de la ...
A chaque fois que je parle d'Upworthy, mon interlocuteur me dit &up-quoi?& tout en prenant frénétiquement des notes. U.P.W.O.R.T.H.Y., notez bien ce nom. Peu connu en France, Upworthy est le média qui a vécu la croissance la plus rapide...
"The staff of the Libération newspaper in France are protesting plans by the paper’s shareholder group to turn the media entity into a kind of social and cultural hub, but by doing so they could be ensuring the paper’s doom rather than preventing it.
Earlier this week, a fight between the staff and shareholders of the legendary French newspaper Libération — which was founded by philosopher Jean-Paul Sartre in the 1970s — broke out into the open when the employees of the left-wing periodical put their grievances in large type on the front page, saying they didn’t want to be a “cultural hub” or social-media engine or a TV studio, but just wanted to be a newspaper and do journalism. They couldn’t be more wrong."
Comme dans beaucoup d'autres domaines, les subventions publiques accordées aux titres de presse français sont en fait la source de leurs nombreuses difficultés financières. Car une source de revenus stables décourage l’inventivité et la performance. Décryptage comme chaque semaine dans la chronique du "buzz du biz".
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