viernes, 9 de diciembre 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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12 essential self-taught journalism skills | Media news

Some lessons learned on a journalism course this year might be out-of-date by the next, and a course that teaches you one essential skill might not necessarily teach you another.Constantly learning new skills is important to succeeding in the fast-paced world of digital journalism today.Here, then, is a crowdsourced list of the most useful skills current journalists...

Revenue roundup: News media claims a stake in sports betting | Editor and Publisher

How humans like to wager! We seem to be under the spell of Lady Luck, eager for the ego-boosting experience of beating the odds (and other wagers) and the allure of the quick buck, the pot of gold at the end of the rainbow.Although various forms of gambling in the United States predates the American Revolution, horse...

Mozilla acquires the team behind Pulse, an automated status updater for Slack | TechCrunch

Firefox developer Mozilla is making a rare foray into the world of mergers and acquisitions, with news that it has snapped up recently shuttered California-based productivity startup Pulse.Terms of the deal haven’t been disclosed, but the deal is tantamount to an “acqui-hire,” with Mozilla looking to deploy the Pulse team across an array of machine learning (ML)...

New York Times Union Holds One-Day Strike – The New York Times

Reporters and editors at The New York Times began a one-day strike on Thursday, saying talks between their union and the company had dragged on and showed limited progress.The contract between The Times and The New York Times Guild expired in March 2021, and about 40 bargaining sessions have been held since. Negotiators have failed to come...

Understanding communities starts with open conversations in the newsroom – Poynter

“Your coverage is so biased.” The complaint is so ubiquitous that it’s often an easy one to disregard. But on a fundamental level, it’s also true. Who we are as human beings gives all of us a specific perspective on the world, and that perspective influences how we do journalism. What do we find interesting or noteworthy? Reasonable?...

Meta’s Targeted Ad Model Faces Restrictions in Europe – WSJ

European Union privacy regulators have ruled that Meta META -0.63% Platforms Inc. shouldn’t require users to agree to personalized ads based on their online activity, according to people familiar with the decision, a ruling that could limit the data that Meta can access to sell such ads.A board representing all EU privacy regulators on Monday approved a...

Will The New York Times have a walkout this week? – Poynter

Things could get a little dicey later this week at The New York Times. The Times NewsGuild, which represents about 1,450 employees, has warned management that they will walk out for 24 hours starting Thursday if a new contract is not reached.Kevin Draper, a Times sports reporter, told Vanity Fair’s Charlotte Klein, “We are all operating under...

Elon Musk defends bedrooms at Twitter’s San Francisco office – The Washington Post

San Francisco’s Department of Building Inspection said Tuesday it was investigating a complaint that Twitter had created makeshift bedrooms at its headquarters in the city, as new owner Elon Musk seeks to instill a “hardcore” culture at the social media company.“We need to make sure the building is being used as intended,” Patrick Hannan, a spokesman for...

More newspapers consider a pivot to postal delivery to cut costs and ease headaches – Poynter

Switching newspaper delivery from costly carriers to the U.S. Postal Service seemed like a no-brainer for Jordan Brechenser, president and publisher of Vermont News and Media. But things quickly got complicated, and that was before a local postmaster obtained an order of protection and moved to a new post office after a confrontation in a local bar. Origen:...

What Data Journalists Need to Know About Application Programming Interfaces (APIs) – GIJN

If you’re looking for data as a journalist, chances are you might find it in an API. What those three letters stand for (Application Programming Interface) isn’t that important — what is important to journalists is that an API is a way of asking questions and getting answers. Origen: What Data Journalists Need to Know About Application Programming...