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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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Glitz Paris, a New Tell-All About the Fashion Industry – The New York Times

This fashion week, Philippe Vasset, editor in chief of Glitz Paris, isn’t expecting any front-row seats. His new feather-ruffling publication, however, probably will show up in a few. Origen: Glitz Paris, a New Tell-All About the Fashion Industry - The New York Times

Creating an affordable text system for your community centered newsroom – RJI

As part of an ongoing effort to broaden the impact of their coverage, many newsrooms are trying text messaging communication to more directly speak with audience members who can benefit from receiving the news. Origen: Creating an affordable text system for your community centered newsroom – RJI

Bracing for uncertainty, creator economy and the Metaverse: 5 stories from last week – Twipe

This week’s Twipe Weekly Publishing News Digest takes a look at stories from across the world of publishing, touching on topics like publishers bracing for uncertainty, personalisation experiments, embracing the Metaverse and more. Read our top 5 stories of the week below. Origen: Bracing for uncertainty, creator economy and the Metaverse: 5 stories from last week - Twipe

You cannot automate journalism jobs, say Bloomberg and CNN bosses

Data journalism chiefs from CNN, the BBC, Bloomberg News and United Robots have told how advancements in artificial intelligence have supported the growth of reporting teams rather than threatened jobs.In a discussion at Press Gazette’s Future of Media Technology conference in London, panellists were asked to confront fears about automation leading to fewer newsroom jobs Origen: You cannot...

Publisher revenue strategies revealed: From branded babygrows to NFTs

Branded babygrows and socks, NFTs as subscription keys and dynamic paywalls were among the new publisher revenue strategies discussed at Press Gazette’s Future of Media Technology Conference.Bosses at News UK, Forbes, Footballco and Canada’s Globe and Mail  discussed a range of revenue strategies at the Waldorf Hotel in London on 21 September and shared what is -and...

How subscriptions are lighting way to brighter future for local US news

Digital subscriptions are providing some glimmers of light for under -pressure local news publishers in the US.A Northwestern University report earlier this year found that 2,500 local newspapers have closed since 2004, creating hundreds of “news deserts”.Subscription specialists Mather Economics forecast that the volume of digital subscribers to US titles will surpass print subscribers in 2023. Origen: How...

CNN ‘hewing toward the center’ is not necessarily good for our democracy – Poynter

The Chicago Tribune’s editorial board weighed in on the changes at CNN with “CNN is hewing toward the center? That’s good for our democracy.”The board acknowledged the dangers of both sideism, but added, “Granted, not every issue has two sides, especially when it comes to the antics of former President Donald Trump, but most of them do.” Origen:...

The flight to niche – by Brian Morrissey – The Rebooting

Niche has long had a whiff of the pejorative as a nice way of saying “unambitious, not unlike when someone compliments a “lifestyle business.” Yet in different ways, successful companies like Dotdash Meredith, Future, even Barstool are built on niches. Yes, there’s The New York Times, but following the flows of talent and money is a good...

Spanish-language misinformation often goes unchecked, but individuals can help combat it – Poynter

The threat of misinformation is ever present, and the fast-approaching midterm elections are a breeding ground for misleading narratives to spread on social media. That’s especially true for Latinos in the United States who speak only Spanish.There aren’t as many Spanish-speaking journalists and media outlets in the U.S., and social media companies invest fewer resources into detecting...

Perfectly Reasonable Question: Can We Trust the Polls? – The New York Times

Last Monday, I wrote about the early “warning signs” in this year’s Senate polling. Then three days later, I helped write up the results of a new national survey: a New York Times/Siena College poll showing Democrats up by two percentage points in the generic ballot among registered voters. Origen: Perfectly Reasonable Question: Can We Trust the Polls?...

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