domingo, 22 de mayo de 2022

Revisamos continuamente numerosos artículos sobre innovación y transformación digital del periodismo y de la industria de medios.  Compartimos aquí una selección de los artículos que hemos leído últimamente

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How Journalists Can Investigate on Telegram – GIJN

As one of the few social media platforms still available inside Russia and a key conduit for reporting from war-torn Ukraine, Telegram’s global profile has greatly increased in recent months. But even before that, the app had grown in popularity among those seeking anonymous communications free from government censorship, and among the neo-Nazis, Islamic State supporters, and...

Journalism is not a given in people’s lives. Here’s how to rethink the future of news | Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism

I note my talk is called The Future of News – and that I have around 15 minutes to tell you what it is. I think at this point I should manage expectations. I’ve not got it all worked out. I definitely don’t know what the future is. But I have spent long enough trying to guess where we’re heading to have...

Bild’s subscription offer evolution proves business strategies are meant to be challenged. Also, keep it simple – The Fix

In 2008, the behavioral economist Dan Ariely gave a popular talk where he explained irrational decision-making. One of the examples he used was the subscriptions offer page of The Economist from years ago.At the time, The Economist offered a standalone yearly digital subscription for $59, a print only subscription for $125 and a combined print + digital...

Why Newsrooms Are Collaborating to Take on Ambitious Reporting Projects – Nieman Reports

When The (Bergen) Record in northern New Jersey began tracking Covid-19 deaths and writing profiles about the deceased in March 2020, the task seemed manageable.Jim O’Neill, a longtime editor at The Record, handled the project. He combed through obituaries throughout the state, took note of deaths reported by other news outlets, and recorded any names shared by...

Six essential strategies you need to know about retention | Editor and Publisher

Advertiser and subscriber retention is complex. An understatement, I know. But, though possibly already inherent, the efforts and strategies behind retention efforts have become a crucial focal point for many organizations as of late.In theory, retention is the art and science that measures both short- and long-term effectiveness in continuously retaining new and recurring customers. The difficulty,...

In the age of social media blasts, what’s the point of letters to the editor? – Poynter

Last fall, Daniel Delgado was bothered by something in a comic published in Jewish Currents, a magazine with a loyal following on the Jewish left. “When Settler Becomes Native” examines the claim that all Jewish people are native to Israel, but Delgado, who is Quechua and Jewish, thought the piece used anti-Indigenous language and erased Native Jews. Origen:...

Ukraine’s information war is winning hearts and minds in the West | Nieman Journalism Lab

Russia’s invasion of Ukraine has dominated headlines since late February 2022. The war struck a nerve among Western audiences, evoking a high degree of support for Ukraine.The reasons for the prominence of the war in the West are many and varied.A ground war in Europe launched by a major military power evokes the ghosts of World War...

Why Newsrooms Are Collaborating to Take on Ambitious Reporting Projects – Nieman Reports

When The (Bergen) Record in northern New Jersey began tracking Covid-19 deaths and writing profiles about the deceased in March 2020, the task seemed manageable.Jim O’Neill, a longtime editor at The Record, handled the project. He combed through obituaries throughout the state, took note of deaths reported by other news outlets, and recorded any names shared by...

INMA: BBC News creates the world’s biggest news Instagram account

BBC News’ Instagram channel has surpassed 20 million followers in the past few months and continues to grow every day. Since the pandemic began, people have turned to social media for news more than ever. Misinformation spreads quickly, so people are turning to trusted news sources for the facts.Our aim at BBC News is to deliver the very best...

R&D – Showcasing 27 Published Experiments in AR Storytelling

The New York Times produces world-class augmented reality journalism. Spatial data, real-scale explainers, interactive visual stories, 3D art, and immersive environments can enhance our readers’ understanding of the world. Since 2020, R&D has experimented with dozens of these stories in collaboration with the newsroom using Instagram’s Spark AR platform. Origen: R&D - Showcasing 27 Published Experiments in AR...

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