Olivier Monteux on Twitter: "A (re)lire 20 outils Social Media Made in France ! #CM #Mediassociaux... Collection Interactive News Graphics. This page started out as a method to collect and organize graphics for my thesis.
I looked at 156 infographics and data visualizations for a comparative study, a summary of the research methodology can be found here . At the moment the page functions as a repository of graphics. I am updating the page regularly with new links and functionalities. Be aware, these are not all interactive graphics produced by the two news organizations. Journalism in the Age of Data. Le journalisme « hacker » The Economist Markets to the Sophisticated. 7 success secrets of Huffington. If you look closely at some of the top blogs in the world that have emerged over the last 5 years it is interesting to see what has made them so successful so I thought I would look at what has made Huffington Post the success that it is today.
Huffington Post is a blog that was started by Arianna Huffington as a left- leaning blog and now has 20 vertical areas including religion to technology and it is about to add travel. Situation et stratégie du goupe News Corporation de Rupert Murdoch. Podcasts. Le Datajournalisme notre religion. iPads, Print-on-Demand Slowly Transform Magazines in 2010.
This revolution is going to take its time.
It’s been a year of high expectations but little fulfillment for those who thought 2010 might forever change the way we read magazines. We’ve seen that disappointing uses of new tools, limited audience interest, and small initial financial returns are going to result in a gradual shift, not a sudden transformation. The iPad certainly hasn’t made print magazines extinct, and in fact some of the early iPad efforts may even have discouraged readers a bit. Other developments in the magazine world — such as the Cooks Source incident and the growing power of social media — also suggest still more challenges and opportunities in the year to come. Does journalism exist? Thank you for inviting me to give this lecture in honour of the memory of Hugh Cudlipp.
Ask any British journalist who were their editor-heroes over the last 30 or 40 years and two names keep recurring. One is Harry Evans. The other is Hugh Cudlipp. Why were they so admired? Because they seemed to represent the best of journalistic virtues – courage, campaigning, toughness, compassion, humour, irreverence; a serious engagement with serious things; a sense of fairness; an eye for injustice; a passion for explaining; knowing how to achieve impact; a connection with readers. The worsening journalistic disgrace at Wired - Glenn Greenwald. For more than six months, Wired‘s Senior Editor Kevin Poulsen has possessed — but refuses to publish — the key evidence in one of the year’s most significant political stories: the arrest of U.S.
Army PFC Bradley Manning for allegedly acting as WikiLeaks’ source. In late May, Adrian Lamo — at the same time he was working with the FBI as a government informant against Manning — gave Poulsen what he purported to be the full chat logs between Manning and Lamo in which the Army Private allegedly confessed to having been the source for the various cables, documents and video that WikiLeaks released throughout this year. Multitasking:This is your Brain on Media. Embed the above image on your site <a href=" src=" border="0" alt="Rasmussen College" /></a> External links provided on Rasmussen.edu are for reference only.
Rasmussen College does not guarantee, approve, control, or specifically endorse the information or products available on websites linked to, and is not endorsed by website owners, authors and/or organizations referenced. The New Faces of Digital Readers. First of all, note the evolving language: the term Online Readers is now passé as it morphed into Digital Readers.
The shift reflects two trends: a broader range of device types and, in news consumption, the spectacular rise of mobility. Today, we’ll focus on a recent set of surveys that quantify these trends. And we’ll take a look at their impact on business models and strategies. Smartphones, Tablets Change How We Use Social. What did you do this morning after your alarm went off - other than hit the snooze button?
If you've got a smartphone, a new study says, there's about a one-in-three chance that you switched on your phone and loaded up an app. And if you're in that group, chances are also pretty good that you checked Twitter, Facebook or some other social networking app; 18 percent of those users, for example, logged onto Facebook before they got out from under the covers. While it's kind of a silly statistic (and, if you're a diehard Facebooker, maybe an obvious one), there are a few key points to take from the study, which was commissioned by Ericsson Consumer Labs (yes, as in "Sony Ericsson," the phone manufacturer - you can download the PDF here). One vital thing to note is something that isn't even in the survey at all: It ignores how much we use our smartphones as, well, phones, compared to the myriad other things we do with these little magic bricks we keep in our pockets and purses. [Infographie Médias] Qui consomme quoi et quand? Amazon lance son Kindle en France
Tablettes : certains les craignent, d’autres pas. 42 Design/Tech Magazines To Read. Advertisement Regardless of what it is that you’re selling, in order to remain competitive, you have to know exactly, what’s going on in the field you’re working in.
More than that – actually, you have to know what happens next, which trends are coming up and which technologies will become big in the future. Achieving that is a solid foundation for successul development and right decisions at the right time. Op-Ed at 40 - Interactive Feature. Illustrations by CHRISTOPH NIEMANN An Introduction By THE EDITORS On Sept. 21, 1970, readers who turned to the last inside page of The Times's main section found something new.
The obituaries that normally appeared in that space had been moved, replaced by something called Op-Ed. The vision of John Oakes, the editorial page editor, and Harrison Salisbury, the eminent foreign correspondent, Op-Ed was meant to open the paper to outside voices.