miércoles, 27 de octubre de 2021

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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Small-market newspapers: the view from on the ground – Columbia Journalism Review

AS RECENTLY AS SIX YEARS AGO, Minnesota’s Cook County News-Herald employed seven full-time staff. Now, there are two working in the office, in addition to some remote help for advertising and layout from staff in New Jersey working on weekly assignments. In a county of 5,400, the paper has around 2,400 subscribers. In 2020, CherryRoad Media—a subsidiary...

Media consolidation and algorithms make Facebook a bad place for sharing local news, study finds » Nieman Journalism Lab

The combination of local news outlets being bought out by bigger media conglomerates and the ever-present influence of social media in helping spread news seems to have created a new phenomenon, according to a new study: Issues of importance to local audiences are being drowned out in favor of harder-hitting news pieces with national relevance. Origen: Media consolidation...

Innovation in Practice: These Five Ideas can be Seen in Action at Successful Media Companies around the World | by Damian Radcliffe | The...

To survive, nevermind flourish, in this environment, strategic innovation — rather than innovation for the sake of it — is more important than ever.If we accept that principle, what lessons can be learned from other news and media organizations around the world?In this series, I’ve shared thoughts from leading media scholars, researchers and practitioners for their top...

Meet the editor building a “meme team” at the Los Angeles Times » Nieman Journalism Lab

The Los Angeles Times announced a major expansion of its audience team earlier this month, saying they’ll add more than a dozen new jobs and promote the team’s leader, Samantha Melbourneweaver, to assistant managing editor for audience.RELATED ARTICLEThe LA Times’ Kevin Merida thinks Los Angeles is “the perfect place to redefine the modern newspaper”September 23, 2021L.A. Times...

Eight things we learned from the Facebook Papers – The Verge

ForFor months, Facebook has been shaken by a steady leak of documents from whistleblower Frances Haugen, beginning in The Wall Street Journal but spreading to government officials and nearly any outlet with an interest in the company. Now, those documents are going much more public, giving us the most sweeping look at the operations of Facebook anyone...

Growing: Advice for writers, from writers – Substack

At the conclusion of Substack Grow, we asked writers to share their thoughts on growing their writing practice and Substack publication in the form of an advice column. Today, we’re sharing one such piece of longform advice from Mason Currey, who writes Subtle Maneuvers, an exploration of the day-to-day work habits of great writers, artists, and performers. Origen:...

Publisher newsletter strategies revealed: Including New York Times

We take a look at publisher newsletter strategies in the latest of a series exploring new ways to make journalism pay. Previous articles have put a spotlight on membership, philanthropy, crowdfunding and how individual journalists use newsletters to connect with readers. Origen: Publisher newsletter strategies revealed: Including New York Times

‘The Economist’ Enters The NFT Business 10/22/2021

he Economist has joined the NFT race. The magazine will auction a non-fungible token of its Sept. 18 cover on decentralized finance, headlined “Down The Rabbit Hole,” to raise money for The Economist Educational Foundation. The auction starts on Monday, October 25, and ends the next day. All proceeds of the initial sale will be donated to TEEF, minus...

Axel Springer CEO admits “mistake” on Politico paywall – Axios

Axel Springer CEO Mathias Döpfner told Politico staffers in a company-wide Q&A Thursday that it was "a mistake" to tell The Wall Street Journal last week that he planned to institute a paywall.Why it matters: Politico staffers have told Axios they feel bait and switched after Döpfner's comments, which were less than two months after he told...

Vox Media has built a visual way to experience podcasts. It’s accessible to deaf audiences — and gorgeous. » Nieman Journalism Lab

You listen to a podcast. That’s the only option, right? For their new show More Than This, Vox Media set out to create a podcast that could also be seen and felt. The result was an “immersive transcript” that’s accessible to deaf and hard of hearing audiences. Origen: Vox Media has built a visual way to experience podcasts....

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