jueves, 27 de enero 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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A new way of doing election coverage

With the monthslong slog of election season looming ahead and the political machine roaring to life, the reporters and staff of the Long Beach Post have begun to take a hard look not only at our own plans for covering this cycle of races but at our past coverage, the coverage of other news organizations and the...

Looking forward: magazine media in 2022 – magnetic.media

At Bauer we’re focused on delivering measurable value to advertisers across the full spectrum of channels that our brands operate in. We expect 2022 to be a year in which Britain emerges from lockdown and wants to live life to the full, looking to their favourite titles to guide them through. Origen: Looking forward: magazine media in 2022...

“I was lucky. Most newsrooms pull women down with work rather than lifting them up” | Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism

The end of 2021 marked Mabinty Magdalene Kamara’s first year as editor of Sierra Leone’s Politico newspaper. Kamara is one of only a handful of female editors in a country where the news media is still male-dominated and on a continent where women constitute just 22% of the people seen, heard or read about in the news....

Google adopts a new cookie replacement following privacy concerns – Axios

Google Tuesday said it's changing its plan for replacing the cookies that help advertisers target users to a new system called Topics, in which advertisers will place ads via a limited number of topics determined by users' browser activity. Origen: Google adopts a new cookie replacement following privacy concerns - Axios

Publishers use subscriber-only events to sweeten subscription pitches

As some publishers refrain from returning to in-person events just yet, they are employing their virtual events to aid another direct revenue source: subscriptions.The Washington Post launched its first event series exclusively for print and digital subscribers on Jan. 18. The Information is also adding to its subscriber-only events this month, with programming created for those that...

INMA: Creator economy offers 3 lessons for news publishers

“Newsrooms stop mocking the creator economy and start learning from it,” wrote Candace Amos, director of audience for The Daily Beast in her NiemanLab journalism prediction for 2022. “Creators and influencers have gotten this far for a reason. It’s time newsrooms played the game, too.”In 2021, the creator economy exploded into a US$100+ billion market. This massive...

Building a new model for community-centered local news | by Simon Galperin | JSK Class of 2022 | Jan, 2022 | Medium

The Fair Lawn Ambulance Corps in my hometown of Fair Lawn, New Jersey is an independent nonprofit supported in part by the municipal government. The corps signs up regular people to take free classes with regional EMS academies and commit to spending time responding to medical emergencies in their community. Origen: Building a new model for community-centered local...

Publishers ask EU to stop Google from removing cookies

German media companies want the European Union to prevent Google from removing third-party cookies from its Chrome browser, claiming the move will eat into critical ad revenues for news organizations. Origen: Publishers ask EU to stop Google from removing cookies

Covering the climate crisis? Here’s what to know. | International Journalists’ Network

From international migration and geopolitics to natural disasters and more, today’s climate crisis will undoubtedly impact the work of journalists around the world covering all varieties of beats. For many, it has already. Origen: Covering the climate crisis? Here’s what to know. | International Journalists' Network

Opinion | As long as journalists are killed with impunity, free societies everywhere will suffer – The Washington Post

Katherine Corcoran worked in Mexico for the Associated Press for nine years and is writing a book on the killings of journalists there.One time in my long journalism career, I proposed doing an in-depth story on a reporter who had been murdered in Mexico. The editor rejected the pitch, saying, “No one cares about what happens to...