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4 Ways Publishers Are Winning With Digital Subscriptions

4 Ways Publishers Are Winning With Digital Subscriptions | Tomorrow's News | Scoop.it
We spoke with four different publishers about their current and upcoming digital subscription strategies.
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Tablet storytelling is visual, tappable, deep | Poynter.

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The Functional Art: An Introduction to Information Graphics and Visualization: Empower your infographics, visualization, and data teams

The Functional Art: An Introduction to Information Graphics and Visualization: Empower your infographics, visualization, and data teams | Tomorrow's News | Scoop.it
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The Business Genius of The New York Times

The Business Genius of The New York Times | Tomorrow's News | Scoop.it
Against all odds, the Gray Lady is still a leader in innovative journalism
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Zite-fuelled CNN Trends curates 'most talked about stories'

Zite-fuelled CNN Trends curates 'most talked about stories' | Tomorrow's News | Scoop.it
CNN Trends launches as social curation space to showcase the most talked about subjects on the social web...
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Clay Christensen, newspapers and the cliff of despair

Clay Christensen, newspapers and the cliff of despair | Tomorrow's News | Scoop.it
Like other industries that have been disrupted by new forms of competition, Clay Christensen says that newspapers were almost incapable of taking the steps they needed to take -- even long after the danger of not taking those steps had become...
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Nordic news publisher Schibsted buying in to ebook service Riidr

Nordic news publisher Schibsted buying in to ebook service Riidr | Tomorrow's News | Scoop.it
Scandinavian newspaper publisher Schibsted is keeping up its efforts to diversify and attract user payments by investing in a regional ebook service.
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How Journalists Are Using Google+

How Journalists Are Using Google+ | Tomorrow's News | Scoop.it
Google's still-young social network is largely the territory of early adopters and tech enthusiasts, but that hasn't stopped journalists from experimenting with it.
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The best apps, communities & tools for writers and journalists

The best apps, communities & tools for writers and journalists | Tomorrow's News | Scoop.it
Richard Bach once said, "A professional writer is an amateur who didn't quit." From CNN anchors to TNW contributors, those bound by the written word can always benefit from ...
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How wireframing can help journalists plan & communicate ideas | Poynter.

How wireframing can help journalists plan & communicate ideas | Poynter. | Tomorrow's News | Scoop.it
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How is web personalisation affecting the news?

How is web personalisation affecting the news? | Tomorrow's News | Scoop.it
We round up all the best insights from our last live Q&A, which discussed the personalisation of the web and its effect on the production and consumption of news...
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Instagram and Murder

Instagram and Murder | Tomorrow's News | Scoop.it
There has been quite a bit of discussion about the Instagram photos of shooting victims at the Empire State Building yesterday, with as much debate on the actual photo threads as off.
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The Internet 2002-2012: What a difference a decade makes

The Internet 2002-2012: What a difference a decade makes | Tomorrow's News | Scoop.it
A decade -- 10 years. Doesn't sound like much, right?
But a decade ago, the big social networking story was Friendster with a whopping 3 million users. Microsoft's Internet Explorer had 95 percent ...
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LinkedIn to Buy Pulse Newsreader for More Than $50M

LinkedIn to Buy Pulse Newsreader for More Than $50M | Tomorrow's News | Scoop.it
And the winner is ... LinkedIn!
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NYT previews redesigned website | Poynter.

NYT previews redesigned website | Poynter. | Tomorrow's News | Scoop.it
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Washington Post to launch video channel

Washington Post to launch video channel | Tomorrow's News | Scoop.it
The Washington Post has announced that it intends to launch an online video channel devoted to politics.
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Source launches as website for journalism code sharing

Source launches as website for journalism code sharing | Tomorrow's News | Scoop.it
The Knight-Mozilla OpenNews project launched Source this week, which will offer journalism coding features as well as a database of code and the community around it...
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Why Newsweek Print Edition Closure Is a Good Thing

Why Newsweek Print Edition Closure Is a Good Thing | Tomorrow's News | Scoop.it
Critics should change their prejudices when it comes to digital journalism and see that online offerings are good for business and for the industry.
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Editing video using YouTube

Editing video using YouTube | Tomorrow's News | Scoop.it
Mashable's guide on using the YouTube video editor
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Coding is part of the future of journalism

Coding is part of the future of journalism | Tomorrow's News | Scoop.it
Coding, the new spoken language flaunted nowadays in resumes, has been making an appearance in various schools’ curric ...
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Blottr to launch citizen journalism syndication network

Blottr to launch citizen journalism syndication network | Tomorrow's News | Scoop.it
Founder of Blottr Adam Baker says the syndication network will offer incentives to contributors whose content is placed into it and made available to subscriber news outlets...
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Mobile Users Consume More News

Mobile Users Consume More News | Tomorrow's News | Scoop.it
The decline of the newspaper industry has given rise to one of the great fallacies of the Internet Age: Fewer people are consuming news.
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World Press Trends: 2.2% of newspaper ad revenues from digital

World Press Trends: 2.2% of newspaper ad revenues from digital | Tomorrow's News | Scoop.it
World Press Trends annual update finds global newspaper circulation increased by 1.1 per cent between 2010 and 2011, but highlights challenge of 'finding successful business models for the digital age'...
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Real-time reporting: Liveblogging lessons for digital journalists

Real-time reporting: Liveblogging lessons for digital journalists | Tomorrow's News | Scoop.it
In this week's podcast we hear from three journalists who have much experience in liveblogging for a range of audiences, and are able to share some of the lessons they have learned along the way.
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Data Driven Journalism

Data Driven Journalism | Tomorrow's News | Scoop.it
DataDrivenJournalism.net is dedicated to providing anyone interested in getting started with data driven journalism with a collection of learning resources, including relevant events, tools, tutorials, interviews and case studies.
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