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'The model can't hold': Publishers face content studio growing pains - Digiday

'The model can't hold': Publishers face content studio growing pains - Digiday | Bulletin from the Future of News | Scoop.it
The rise in the number of publisher content studios obscures just how hard the business is, due largely to high costs and intensified competition.
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If You Think Algorithms Help Your Brand, Think Again! | the weekly ramble | by David Sable

If You Think Algorithms Help Your Brand, Think Again! | the weekly ramble | by David Sable | Bulletin from the Future of News | Scoop.it
a thought-provoking ramble on the state of life, clients and the universe at large
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How CNN is 'future-proofing' itself

How CNN is 'future-proofing' itself | Bulletin from the Future of News | Scoop.it
On Wednesday, CNN launched a mobile app to curate a more personalized feed of business news. Last week, it hired away a crack team of BuzzFeed reporters who’ve frequently broken stories this campaign through archival research o
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The Bezos Effect: How Amazon’s Founder Is Reinventing The Washington Post – and What Lessons It Might Hold for the Beleaguered Newspaper Business - Shorenstein Center

The Bezos Effect: How Amazon’s Founder Is Reinventing The Washington Post – and What Lessons It Might Hold for the Beleaguered Newspaper Business - Shorenstein Center | Bulletin from the Future of News | Scoop.it
A new paper by Dan Kennedy, Joan Shorenstein Fellow (spring 2016) and associate professor in the School of Journalism at Northeastern University, provides insight into The Washington Post’s digital strategy and business model following its acquisition by Amazon founde
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Potential Future of Quality Journalism

Potential Future of Quality Journalism | Bulletin from the Future of News | Scoop.it
Supporters protect our editorial freedom and help us seek out those stories that people are determined to keep hidden.
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Guardian CEO: Idea we'll survive by becoming a tech company is garbage

Guardian CEO: Idea we'll survive by becoming a tech company is garbage | Bulletin from the Future of News | Scoop.it
The sky-high valuations of new media businesses such as BuzzFeed and Vox are fuelled by the idea that the media company of the future also has to be a tech company. Almost every new digital media business from Mashable to Pierre Omidyar's First Look talks about its technology as much as the journalism that tech underpins. Yet Guardian Media Group CEO Andrew Miller says technology alone isn't going to save the media, and these tech-focussed media companies are going to have a hard time building the infrastructure that makes a strong media business
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Yes, newsrooms are shrinking — but journalism is growing

Yes, newsrooms are shrinking — but journalism is growing | Bulletin from the Future of News | Scoop.it
Layoffs at newspapers like the New York Times are no longer a surprise. But we should be careful not to assume that just because some papers are downsizing, journalism as a whole is in decline — because it’s growing faster than ever
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Hard Comparison: Legacy Media vs. Digital Native

Hard Comparison: Legacy Media vs. Digital Native | Bulletin from the Future of News | Scoop.it
 

by Frédéric Filloux

From valuations to management cultures, the gap between legacy media companies and digital natives ones s
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We can’t let tech giants, like Facebook and Twitter, control our news values

We can’t let tech giants, like Facebook and Twitter, control our news values | Bulletin from the Future of News | Scoop.it
Emily Bell: Accountability must become part of Silicon Valley’s culture and we can’t leave editorial processes down to algorithms
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How Data and Editorial Teams Can Work Together

How Data and Editorial Teams Can Work Together | Bulletin from the Future of News | Scoop.it
data is becoming a competitive advantage for publishers, but it can be challenging to integrate data and editorial teams. here are five strategies to help.
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What’s New in Digital and Social Media Research: What makes commenters less civil, and the rise of digital longform

What’s New in Digital and Social Media Research: What makes commenters less civil, and the rise of digital longform | Bulletin from the Future of News | Scoop.it
When journalists factcheck politicians (or don't), how to flag bad behavior on social media, and getting past slactivism: all that and more in this month’s roundup of the academic literature.
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Guardian Advertising

Guardian Advertising | Bulletin from the Future of News | Scoop.it
A platform for action. We now reach 155 million unique browsers worldwide. Our readers are inquisitive, open minded and active. We have the power to transform your business.
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Pourquoi publier des commentaires sur Internet ? - Blog du Modérateur

Pourquoi publier des commentaires sur Internet ? - Blog du Modérateur | Bulletin from the Future of News | Scoop.it
Les commentaires jouent un rôle important sur Internet. Autrefois réservés aux publications sur les blogs, on en trouve aujourd'hui partout, notamment sur
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The Medium is The (Text) Message

The Medium is The (Text) Message | Bulletin from the Future of News | Scoop.it
Covering thought leadership in journalism
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3 Strategic Questions the Media Industry’s Future Depends On

3 Strategic Questions the Media Industry’s Future Depends On | Bulletin from the Future of News | Scoop.it
The balancing act between human creativity and technology.
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new way Jeff Bezos is planning to make money from Washington Post

The Vocus of Digital Journalism
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Guardian CEO: Idea we'll survive by becoming a tech company is garbage

Guardian CEO: Idea we'll survive by becoming a tech company is garbage | Bulletin from the Future of News | Scoop.it
The sky-high valuations of new media businesses such as BuzzFeed and Vox are fuelled by the idea that the media company of the future also has to be a tech company. Almost every new digital media business from Mashable to Pierre Omidyar's First Look talks about its technology as much as the journalism that tech underpins. Yet Guardian Media Group CEO Andrew Miller says technology alone isn't going to save the media, and these tech-focussed media companies are going to have a hard time building the infrastructure that makes a strong media business
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Platforms court journalists, but will the romance last? - Digiday

Platforms court journalists, but will the romance last? - Digiday | Bulletin from the Future of News | Scoop.it
Platforms from Google to Foursquare are flirting with creating their own editorial content. But will the commitment last?
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The invasion of corporate news

The invasion of corporate news | Bulletin from the Future of News | Scoop.it
A population of 100,000 is no longer a guarantee that a city like Richmond, California can sustain a thriving daily paper. Readers have drifted from the tactile pleasures of print to the digital gratification of their smartphone screens, and…
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Introducing the Content Marketing Team Matrix

Introducing the Content Marketing Team Matrix | Bulletin from the Future of News | Scoop.it
A few months ago I created the Periodic Table of Content Marketing, to provide a handy – and hopefully helpful - cut-out-and-keep guide for content professionals.
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Meet AdDetector — The New Plug-In That Labels Native Advertising

Meet AdDetector — The New Plug-In That Labels Native Advertising | Bulletin from the Future of News | Scoop.it
Publishers like BuzzFeed, The Atlantic, the New York Times, and The Wall Street Journal publish sponsored articles, but the extent to which those posts are clearly labeled can vary across the web.
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One year in: 10 ways The Washington Post has changed under Jeff Bezos - Digiday

One year in: 10 ways The Washington Post has changed under Jeff Bezos - Digiday | Bulletin from the Future of News | Scoop.it
Jeff Bezos announced his purchase of The Washington Post a year ago. What's changed since then, and what hasn't.
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An unfinished list of ventures in journalism you should be watching (and why)

An unfinished list of ventures in journalism you should be watching (and why) | Bulletin from the Future of News | Scoop.it
One thing that makes current times so interesting for journalism is that everybody is still looking for a model that will work for journalism in the 21st century. Given the speed of technological change and the complexity of what is now the media landscape, it’s unlikely we’ll ever find a model that will work for […]
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