News and commentary from around the Web of interest to journalism innovators and entrepreneurs
News and commentary from around the web of interest to journalism innovators and entrepreneurs
As promised here is a ‘manual’ you can use to develop your own Google + Hangouts for television news and public affairs.
RJI Program Director for Digital Publishing Roger Fidler’s mobile device news consumption survey findings claimed the top three spots for the most-shared content.
One would think that the Internet would help these networks operate with even greater efficiency, but instead state and regional ad networks are still in the early stages online.
There's a fine line between madness and genius, and you need a little of both to change the world.
News and commentary of interest to journalism innovators and entrepreneurs
The mission: To put social media on steroids before, during and after the KETC weekly program and see if we can make the public forum broader and more diverse.
The real reason my family will buy at least one copy of the [Thanksgiving day] paper is for the coveted Black Friday deal inserts from retailers (also known as “preprints”).
Created during the 2012 campaign, Econocheck is a new tool to help reporters verify and contextualize economic claims.
With the presidential debates and election over, a University of Missouri-based Twitter analysis research team is beginning to really process and analyze “the bigger picture” of Twitter’s impact on debate viewer’ political engagement.
RJI Fellow David Cohn has launched his newest adventure. Check it out here along with other news and commentary of interest to journalism innovators and entrepreneurs.
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