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People are currently spending 24% of their media time with mobile devices, while advertisers are spending just 8% of their budgets on mobile ads.
the decision to cut comment sections on the newly acquired papers was primarily motivated by the number of vitriolic statements they invited and the resources each newsroom put into moderating them - See more at: http://j-source.ca/article/age-social-media-do-comments-sections-still-have-value#sthash.RNHxifZx.dpufThe decision to cut comment sections was primarily motivated by the number of vitriolic statements they invited and the resources each newsroom put into moderating them.
Journalists who burn out on the news grind have found plenty of opportunities at tech companies over the past few years.
That journalism desperately needs innovation has been clear for quite awhile.
The Committee to Protect Journalists condemns the murder of Brazilian radio journalist Djalma Santos da Conceição and calls on authorities to investigate and bring all those responsible to justice.
Since the latest wonderkind app Periscope, which allows anyone with a smart phone to easily live stream video to followers hit smartphones in March, media makers from YouTubers to talk show hosts have been experimenting with how best to use it.
Newsrooms are eager to wipe out the flood of email they receive by any means necessary.
Not long after his family sold The Tulsa World to Warren Buffett’s BH Media Group in 2013, Robert E. Lorton III, the paper’s former publisher, began thinking about how he could get back into the news business.
These days, Wednesday evenings in the Daily Press newsroom in Newport News, VA, mean pizza. And data. Lots and lots of data.
OVER THE NEARLY two decades that BuzzFeed founder Jonah Peretti has spent inventing things, he’s figured out that one of the most important ingredients of new ideas is something closer to play—experiments taken on not to profit immediately, or to develop a product, but because they’re flat-out fascinating.
Between 2005 and 2008, the American Press Institute invested in groundbreaking research and designed a program called “Newspaper Next: A blueprint for transformation.”
The bulk of the job losses affect the newspaper’s printing and delivery operation.