RJI links 4.20.12

By Brian Steffens on April 20, 2012 0 Comments Ideas

First blog in Brazil to explore data journalism

Journalism in the Americas

 


McClatchy newspapers available on Kobo

MediaPostNews

 


The future of journalism is in helping communities tell their stories

ZDNet

 

 

 


Scripps works from consumers’ perspective and around devices

NetNewsCheck

 

 


Social Networkers are booming

MediaPostBlogs

 

 


Chyron to connect broadcast with social media, again

TVNewsCheck

 

 


Chartbeat provides publishers better ways to measure engagement

Gigaom

 

 


Big Media Are Not Going To Die In 20 Years

Pandodaily

 

 


NatGeo Today: An Amazing Magazine iPad App, A Great Brand Advertisement

Minonline

 

 


News Aggregator Wavii Launches in Public Beta, Aiming To Make “Facebook Out of Google”

WAN IFRA

 

 

 


Wavii’s Founder Adrian Aoun Talks About Wavii

WAN IFRA

 

 

 


Food Networks Challenges OpenTable By Launching New Reservation Website CityEats

The Wall Street Journal

 

 


List of the 2012 Pulitzer Winners—Digital Media Wins Its First Award

Crain's New York Business.com

 


Pew Research: 20% of Americans Do Not Use the Internet, Half Of Them Just “See No Relevance”

Marketing Vox

 

 

 


Read It Later Rebrand As Pocket, Now Goes Free

CNet

 

 

 

 


Content Payment Platform Piano Invest More In International Expansion

PaidContent.org

 

 


Huffington Post To Launch Its Weekly Digital Magazine iPad App

Folio

 

 


“Cost Per Exposure”: SAY Media Introduces New Pricing Measurement To Online Ads

TechCrunch

 

 


Farm Journal’s AgWeb Debuts Advertising Network

Folio

 

 


How Can We Do News-Marketing?

inma

 

 


Physical Media Is Dead, Apps Shapes The Future

Gigaom

 

 


Never.no Unveils “Prompter”—the First Social TV App For TV Talents

LostRemote

 


Washington Newspaper Releases Paid-for HTML 5 Web App For iPad

journalism.co.uk

 

 


What Should Publishers Do When Major Revenue Streams Has Gone?

Nieman Journalism Lab

 


Hi-Media’s CEO Cyril Zimmermann: Making Real-Time Bidding To Promote Online Advertising

WAN IFRA

 

 

 


Arthur Sulzberger: Digital Subscription Model Offers NY Times “Incredible” Audience Data

WAN IFRA

 

 

 


Automated Writing VS. Journalists: What Is The Future Of Data Journalism?

WAN IFRA

 

 

 


Five Johnston Press Dailies Move To Weekly In Print, Daily On Digital

WAN IFRA

 

 

 


Mobile Survey: 48% of Publishers Hope To Boost Website Growth By Mobile Visits

Audit Bureau of Circulations

 

 

 

 

 


IAB: Digital Advertising Revenue Hits $31 Billion In 2011, Up 22% Over 2010

ClickZ

 

 


5 Leadership Roles In “Digital First” Strategy That Help You Success

emedia vitals

 

 


Digital Makes Unique TV Allies in Jacksonville

NetNewsCheck

 

 


Infographic: How Social Media Is Revolutionizing Traditional News Industry?

Mashable

 

 


Guardian’s CEO Andrew Miller: Open Is The Theme Of Future

WAN IFRA

 

 

 


Two UGC Apps Will Help Newsrooms Control Chaos And Gain New Revenue Stream

NetNewsCheck

 

 


Facebook Tests “Trending Articles” To Promote Social Reader Apps

Mashable

 

 


Black eyes on TV broadcasters

WAN IFRA

 

 


Think about culture when going to digital

TownNews.com

 

 


New technology eliminates ghost ads

emedia vitals

 

 


Building content worth of paying for

PaidContent.org

 

 

 


Mobile local search to surpass desktop by 2015

Mashable

 

 


Brightcover creates a new paywall solution

WAN IFRA

 

 


Forbes debuts new financial planning app for iPad

WAN IFRA

 

 

 


Why do audiences lose trust in media

NetNewsCheck

 

 


Find out how Patch is failing

Streamingmedia.com

 

 

 


Managing digital audiences is “a mixed bag”

TabTimes
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