The numbers are sobering when considering the media industry and its main source of revenue — advertising, said Kim Garretson, non-residential fellow of the Donald W. Reynolds Journalism Institute.
Could reader comments be better organized? And how is the Deseret News increasing circulation and revenue?
How are TV news anchors getting social with their audiences? And how is the leader of Gannett preparing the future?
How do the leader of The New York Times Company and the digital team at NPR envision the future?
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Think college kids aren’t reading the news? According to Scarborough Research, “59 percent of adults 18 to 24 read newspaper content regularly on some device.”
The American Society of News Editors (ASNE) kicked off its annual convention Monday with two key panels: “View from the C-Suite” and eight views of innovation in the newsroom.
Is your newsroom ready to publish on four platforms at once? Learn how one newsroom took on that challenge.
Is there a better way to manage freelancers? What can news organizations learn from companies like Netflix? And how could you foster more innovation in your newsroom?
Are e-books worth the effort? And what kind of journalism could be done via Reddit?
Peter Meng, founder of adFreeq and 2011-2012 Reynolds Fellow, spoke at the May 22 meeting of 1 Million Cups.
Can you connect with your audience in 6 seconds or less? And what can we learn from the world's most innovative companies?
Different players have been experimenting with different elements of this online-to-offline migration of technology, but the Walt Disney Company has really taken the ball and run with it.
Which future trends are likely to affect your newsroom? And what are consumer brands doing that newsrooms could learn from?
Ideas. Experiments. Research. Solutions.
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