RJI links 4.13.12

By Brian Steffens on April 13, 2012 0 Comments Ideas

KABC in Los Angeles has the largest Facebook followers

Lost Remote

 


Clay Shirky talks about the future of books

findings

 

 

 


Gornmally Broadcast Media Will Offer Apps For Broadcaster To Control Content Delivery Since June 30

TVNewsCheck

 

 


Hearst is Coming Soon to YouTube

Adweek

 

 

 


Orlando Sentinel Offers Online News Memberships Since April 9

Florida Press e-Bulletin

 


Instagram: One Billion Dollar Deal, A Turning Point From PC To Cellphone

The New York Times

 

 


7 Ways Publications Can Use Pinterest

NewsCred Blog

 

 


Why Newspapers Are Failing At Digital?

Refections of a Newsosaur

 


Hearst TV Delivers Mobile Content With Yospace

Fierce Online Video

 

 


IAB Updates “Video Suite” To Improve Ads Transaction

MediaPost

 

 


Smart Phones Boost Online Radio Usage

MediaBuyerPlanner

 

 


Gartner: iPad To Dominate Growing Tablet Market By 2016

TechCrunch

 

 


Google+ Updates The User Interface With New Navigation, Photos and Hangeouts Pages

TechCrunch

 

 


Nielsen: Global Consumers Trust in Online and Mobile Ads Grows

NetNewsCheck

 

 


Loku Launches HTML5 App To Collect Local Content For Mobile

Street Fight

 

 

 


Ken Doctor: What Do American News Organizations Have To Learn From Europe?

WAN IFRA

 

 

 


Facebook-Instagram Deal: Three Important Lessons For Digital Media Companies

emedia vitals

 

 


Searchmetrics: Google+ Does Not Bring Much Value To Newspapers As Expected

Read Write Web

 

 


What Does Facebook-Instagram Deal Bring To Journalists?

Poynter

 

 


Clark Gilbert: Digital News Should Develop With E-Commerce

NetNewsCheck

 

 


Five Lessons From the Transition of Telegraph’s iPad App

inma

 

 


Google Search Ads Create A Higher Transaction Rate Than Other Channels

MediaBuyerPlanner

 

 


Print Advertisers Move To Digital Ads On Tablets To Thrive

MediaPost

 

 


NAA Study: 74% of Internet Users Regard Local Newspaper Media As Key News Sources

NetNewsCheck

 

 


Separate and contrast: Jay Rosen’s way of looking at Journalism

MIT Center for Civic Media

 

 

 

 


Retaining current customers is a big deal for newsmedia

inma

 

 


Digital revenue is growing in newspaper industry

Media Solutions Partners

 

 

 


LJWorld’s success in going digital

NetNewsCheck

 

 


Consumers’ communications spending is faster than GDP

Forbes

 

 


Bright future: newspaper industry is evolving with innovations

American Journal Review

 

 


Five qualities help media CEO today

MediaPostBlogs

 

 


Going digital helps media industry out

News&Tech

 

 

 


Innovation, tablets and content – three hopeful things in newspaper industry

Poynter

 

 


Woopra’s live dashboard provides publishers with real-time analytics

TechCrunch

 

 

 


20 titles launched by Bonnier through the platform of Pulse

Folio

 

 


Digital natives switch media venues 27 times per hour

MediaBuyersPlanner

 

 


Local combining national: Deseret’s strategy

NetNewsCheck

 

 


Local online ad is booming, again

Media Life

 

 


Peecho helps digital publishers transit to print

MediaPostNews

 

 


Good Idea is launched in print and digital, produced by the team as Good Housekeeping

Journalism.co.uk

 

 


How Facebook’s Timeline affect engagement

emedia vitals

 

 


Research shows retailer ads, FSLs and digital coupons increase

MediaPostBlogs

 

 


Consumers’ trust in online ads increases, and trust in TV and print declines

TechCrunch

 

 

 


Adults rely on newspapers for local news

Pew Internet

 

 


Discussion about nonprofit journalism

SaveTheNews.org
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