How could data-driven personalization look at the Washington Post? And what works in experiential marketing?
An innovation center committed to exploring how citizens can interact and gain value from journalism is becoming reality for the University of Oregon’s School of Journalism, thanks to a generous anonymous donor.
How did NPR get its app onto the dashboard of GM's Internet-enabled cars? And how are things at Project Thunderdome?
What if anyone could combine video from multiple smartphones? And are there better ways to manage user-generated content?
What does it take to bring innovative media ideas to market? And how is Adobe looking ahead to the mobile future?
What if video could create itself? Or if multimedia explanations and digital magazines were easier to produce?
How could news be marketed better? How could you make your data more secure? And how are native ads working at Forbes?
How could user comments be made more useful for both audience members and journalists?
How can 12 people update nearly 150 stories a day? And what's it like to watch video news on Google Glass?
What does effective video journalism look like in a world awash in smartphone-created footage?
Is your newsroom designed for online success? And why did a pay model work at The New York Times?
What's the best way to use smartphones for reporting and video storytelling? And which mobile apps might help?
What kind of news experience are you offering your audience? And does it include interactive data apps?
What data should you be tracking if "page views" and "unique visitors" are not enough?
What if software could automatically edit your video together? Or if building a mobile app were easy enough for anyone to do?
What happens inside the newsroom at the Huffington Post? And how is that different from where you work?
When it comes to digital, what should your newsroom be doing today? Plus, other insights from the ONA13 conference.
How can you generate revenue from mobile apps and iPad editions? And what is social mobile video news?
What if newspapers stopped subscribing to wire services? And what if the Internet had an automatic truth filter?
Continue to ask if you like but the 115-member and growing Local Independent Online News (LION) association seems to be answering the sustainability, or survivability question, quite well.
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