jueves, 29 de octubre de 2020

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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The New York Times Debuts Its First-Ever Snapchat AR Lens

Snapchat? The New York Times is on it.The Times teamed up with creative agency Droga5 and media agency Hearts & Science on its first ever Snapchat augmented reality lens with an eye toward the upcoming presidential election in the U.S. Origen: The New York Times Debuts Its First-Ever Snapchat AR Lens

The coronavirus has closed more than 60 local newsrooms across America. And counting. – Poynter

This story was last updated on October 28. In many places, it started with a cut in print days. Furloughs. Layoffs. Just to get through the crisis, newsroom leaders told readers.In some places, none of it was enough. Origen: The coronavirus has closed more than 60 local newsrooms across America. And counting. - Poynter

‘MarketWatch’ Adds Paywall, ‘WSJ Magazine’ Reduces Print Frequency 10/27/2020

Dow Jones-owned finance and business news digital brand MarketWatchis adding a paywall to its online content.A subscription to MarketWatch costs $1 for the first four weeks, then rises to $19.99 a month. It includes unlimited access across devices and platforms, member-exclusive content and fewer ads. Origen: 'MarketWatch' Adds Paywall, 'WSJ Magazine' Reduces Print Frequency 10/27/2020

Eight big ideas for newsroom transformation and digital revenue growth – WAN-IFRA

Although the COVID-19-pandemic has brought on crushing pressures to publishers’ traditional revenue models, it has nevertheless also ushered in an unprecedented increase in demand for quality journalism online. How can news publishers digitally transform their organisations to capitalise on these online revenue opportunities? Origen: Eight big ideas for newsroom transformation and digital revenue growth - WAN-IFRA

Salt Lake Tribune to stop printing daily after 149 years – The Washington Post

The Salt Lake Tribune announced Monday it will stop printing a daily newspaper at the end of the year after nearly 150 years and move to a weekly print edition.The change won’t result in cuts to the newsroom staff of about 65 people, though some would be “redeployed,” the newspaper reported. Reporters and editors will continue to...

Communications in the coronavirus crisis: lessons for the second wave | Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism

The UK has suffered through one of the worst coronavirus epidemics in the world, with more than 650,000 confirmed cases by mid-October, over 43,000 casualties across the country, and disadvantaged, marginalised, and vulnerable communities particularly hard hit. Origen: Communications in the coronavirus crisis: lessons for the second wave | Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism

In defense of the newspaper endorsement – Columbia Journalism Review

OVER THE WEEKEND, the Union Leader, a newspaper in Manchester, New Hampshire, endorsed Joe Biden for president. “We have found Mr. Biden to be a caring, compassionate and professional public servant,” an editorial in the paper read; President Trump, by contrast, “is not always 100 percent wrong, but he is 100 percent wrong for America.” Origen: In defense...

How many plans to save local journalism are too many? – Poynter

It’s an ill-kept secret that, with few exceptions, politicians of both parties really, really like their local newspapers and other local media. News is a conduit for getting their views to constituents and a feedback loop for finding out what issues are on the community’s mind. Origen: How many plans to save local journalism are too many? -...

No matter who wins the US election, the world’s ‘fake news’ problem is here to stay – CNN

US President Donald Trump and Russian President Vladimir Putin were in high spirits, smirking and jovial, when they appeared in front of the press corps at the annual G20 summit in Osaka, Japan, in 2019.It was their first meeting since then-special counsel Robert Mueller wrapped his investigation into alleged Russian interference in the 2016 US presidential election,...

Kevin Slimp: Why are some newspapers growing? – GXpress

Over the past few weeks, I've spoken (virtually) at five state and regional press association conventions. In all but one, my leadoff topic was 'What's going on in newspapers right now?', based on my most recent research among newspaper publishers throughout the US and Canada. Origen: Kevin Slimp: Why are some newspapers growing? - GXpress

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