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Samsung: Apple stole the iPad’s design from Roger Fidler

Source BGR on August 15, 2012 0 Comments
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“Apple personnel were exposed to my tablet ideas and prototypes,” Fidler testified, adding that Apple staff saw his designs in the mid-1990s.

Samsung trots out Roger Fidler's tablet from '90s against Apple

Source SF Bay on August 14, 2012 0 Comments
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Through a video deposition, Samsung showed the tablet mockup design created by Fidler, who was working in the 1980s and 1990s for Knight Ridder to demonstrate the future of newspaper reading.

Samsung witness says Apple knew of his ‘tablet’ long before iPad

Source Bloomberg on August 14, 2012 0 Comments
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Videotaped testimony by Roger Fidler, who heads the digital publishing program at the University of Missouri, was shown yesterday to the jury in Samsung’s multibillion-dollar intellectual property dispute with Apple over smartphones and tablets.

Samsung argues 'prior art' invalidates Apple's patents, calls Roger Fidler as trial continues

Source Forbes on August 14, 2012 0 Comments
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Samsung, which began defending itself against charges of patent infringement by Apple yesterday, called witnesses to show that some of the inventions claimed by Apple’s patents appeared in others products years before the release of the iPhone in 2007.

Journalism Professor Mike Jenner expects more newspapers to begin charging for digital content

Source Mizzou Magazine on August 9, 2012 0 Comments
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According to research performed by RJI's Insight and Survey Center and Mike Jenner, the number of papers with a pay wall is likely to rise across the board and readers can expect to pay more for quality news in the coming years.

RJI survey shows smartphone users are not abandoning print

Source The Island Packet on August 6, 2012 0 Comments
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People who use smartphones are not abandoning print media any faster than non-users, according to a study by the Donald J. Reynolds Journalism Institute at the University of Missouri.

Are iPhone users richer & better-educated than Android users?

Source Android Authority on August 2, 2012 0 Comments
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RJI’s Roger Fidler has found that — surprise! — iOS and Android are the leading mobile platforms in the consumption of news and content from subscriptions and apps. However, a big portion of the respondents admit to using more than one platform in consuming media, which include a mix of smartphones, tablets and Android-powered e-readers.

Study: iPhones reach more news audience than Android phones by every measure

Source Poynter on August 1, 2012 0 Comments
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Although a greater percentage of people own Android smartphones, those who own Apple iPhones are the most attractive audience for news publishers, according to new research from Roger Fidler at the Reynolds Journalism Institute.

Study shows age, gender play key roles in the tablet and smartphone brand wars

Source Editor & Publisher on August 1, 2012 0 Comments
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Roger Fidler’s fourth report on the results of the Reynolds Journalism Institute’s Mobile Media News Consumption Survey shows that the demographics and use preferences of smartphone and tablet owners are generally specific to the brands of devices they use.

RJI offers advice on using Facebook to interact with subscribers

Source Magazine Mavin on July 26, 2012 0 Comments
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Facebook, Twitter, and Pinterest are valuable tools for magazines which have discovered the value of interacting with subscribers. But how do you use these platforms effectively? And how do you keep them from draining valuable staff time?

Matt Sokoloff selected as a Reynolds Fellow at Reynolds Journalism Institute

Source The Daily City on July 24, 2012 0 Comments
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Sokoloff's project will help existing independent journalists and bloggers to work together to cover communities and provide a sustainable business model without losing control of their content.

Could the iPad save magazines?

Source Columbia Journalism Review on July 20, 2012 0 Comments
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A recent study from the Reynolds Journalism Institute at the University of Missouri showed that iPad owners across age groups consumed a higher quantity of news directly from media organizations than their counterparts who didn’t own iPads.

Joy Mayer shares workshop material

Source Missouri Press Association on July 20, 2012 0 Comments
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If you were unable to attend the Joy Mayer workshop on engaging the community held July 20 at the Reynolds Journalism Institute, you can go online to see her training material.

Reynolds Fellow to explore local media advertising networks

Source Paramus Post on July 19, 2012 1 Comment
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The Reynolds Journalism Institute announced today that Orlando’s Matt Sokoloff will explore advertising networks for local news websites as part of the fifth class of Reynolds Fellows.

Study shows iPad is revolutionizing how we read and consume news

Source Cult of Mac on July 18, 2012 0 Comments
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A recent Reynolds Journalism Institute study indicates that the iPad is becoming a primary vehicle for many users to consume (read, listen to, or watch) daily local, national, and world news and that it is leading a revolution in terms of how frequently people read news as well as how much news they read on a daily or weekly basis.

RJI to research electronic ways to deliver books

Source eMissourian on July 18, 2012 0 Comments
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After a firestorm of protest, the University of Missouri has decided to re-establish the University of Missouri Press with a digital publishing operation. That’s better than nothing but the print version still will be missed by many people in academia, authors and readers.

Matt Sokoloff to join 2012-2013 class of Reynolds Fellows

Source NetNewsCheck on July 18, 2012 0 Comments
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The Reynolds Journalism Institute this week added Matt Sokoloff to explore advertising networks for local news websites as part of the fifth class of Reynolds Fellows.

Roger Fidler, the man who came up with the tablet before Steve Jobs

Source MinnPost on July 16, 2012 0 Comments
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John Reinan shares his memories and thoughts of Roger Fidler's original tablet back in 1994.

RJI to research innovative electronic ways to deliver scholarly books for new MU press

Source Kansas City Star on July 16, 2012 0 Comments

After enduring two months of criticism over a decision to phase out the University of Missouri Press, university leaders said Monday that they will replace the press with a “re-imagined” digital publishing operation at MU.

Survey: Are tablets the new evening paper?

Source SCPA eBulletin on July 12, 2012 0 Comments
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As part of the third installment from the Reynolds Journalism Institute’s Media News Consumption Survey, researchers said iPad and Android-tablet users consume more news than those who don’t own the devices and that they tend to access news sites while relaxing at home after work.