News and commentary from around the Web of interest to journalism innovators and entrepreneurs
Can you connect with your audience in 6 seconds or less? And what can we learn from the world's most innovative companies?
How can we harness the power of the crowd for reporting news? Or for getting information about crime?
Which future trends are likely to affect your newsroom? And what are consumer brands doing that newsrooms could learn from?
At the 2013 paidContent Live conference in New York last week, there was plenty of talk about mobile, video, mobile video and how paywalls and sponsored content were the best or worst things that could happen to journalism.
Mobile: The read Web 2.0. Insight from NAA's annual meeting.
Share your answers. What's your purpose? What are the expectations of those you serve? What drives your customers?
The news was much more positive, and the attendance higher than in recent years for the annual news industry event.
What is your audience doing on their smartphones while watching news on TV? And are you capitalizing on all those mobile devices in their hands?
Can organizing events support a news operation? How are we connecting with sports fans? And would you watch news read to you by an avatar?
Looking to attract more customers to your website? New research on media sites suggests that using a "brain friendly" design might do the trick.
In today’s Q&A, Donald W. Reynolds Journalism Institute staff visit with Jim Spencer and Alexandra Wharton of Newsy, to learn more about the news service and its successes so far.
Ideas. Experiments. Research. Solutions.
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