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Geofeedia - Location Based Social Media Monitoring. Presse et démocratie. Dans leur couverture du Printemps arabe, les médias traditionnels l’ont reconnu : la révolution qui a porté les mouvements démocratiques a d’abord été une révolution médiatique.

Presse et démocratie

Internet et les réseaux sociaux continueront-ils de jouer un rôle dans la consolidation et la construction de régimes véritablement démocratiques ? Il est encore trop tôt pour le dire. Les atteintes à la liberté de la presse sont loin d’avoir disparu dans le monde, aussi bien en France (écoutes téléphoniques) qu’en Hongrie (loi contre la liberté de la presse), en Israël ou en Chine. D’autre part, des réalignements économiques et technologiques de grande ampleur fragilisent les secteurs les plus traditionnels de l’information. Politico Editors Discuss How Social Media Changed the Dialogue in U.S. Elections. Image by Jason Howie on Flickr and reused here with Creative Commons license.

Politico Editors Discuss How Social Media Changed the Dialogue in U.S. Elections

This post was originally published by the International Journalists’ Network. U.S. presidential candidates, led by presumptive Republican nominee Donald Trump, are increasingly turning to social media to talk directly to voters and bypass traditional news organizations, according to three leading journalists at Politico. While earlier presidents held weekly press conferences to speak to the nation, the journalists said President Obama speaks to the press only about once a month. Politico editor Susan Glasser, executive editor Peter Canellos and senior foreign affairs correspondent Michael Crowley discussed election coverage with a group of Russian journalists visiting the U.S. as part of a program organized by the International Center for Journalists (ICFJ).

Pictured [left to right]: Peter Canellos, Susan Glasser and Michael Crowley. Samantha Juster supports the Knight International Journalism Fellowships team. Le journalisme participatif et citoyen sur Internet : un populisme dans l’air du temps ? 1L’émergence d’une nouvelle génération de sites Web relevant d’une dynamique d’innovation ascendante (Cardon et Delaunay-Teterel, 2006) a contribué à fonder de nouveaux territoires de la communication, de l’information et du journa­lisme.

Le journalisme participatif et citoyen sur Internet : un populisme dans l’air du temps ?

De nouvelles pratiques éditoriales et socio­techniques sont alors apparues, à l’image de celle qui retiendra ici notre attention : le journalisme participatif et citoyen sur Internet (JPCI). 1 S. Bowman et C. Mutations du journalisme à l’ère du numérique : un état des travaux. Des DOI (Digital Object Identifier) sont automatiquement ajoutés aux références par Bilbo, l'outil d'annotation bibliographique d'OpenEdition.Les utilisateurs des institutions abonnées à l'un des programmes freemium d'OpenEdition peuvent télécharger les références bibliographiques pour lesquelles Bilbo a trouvé un DOI.

Mutations du journalisme à l’ère du numérique : un état des travaux

Le service d'export bibliographique est disponible pour les institutions qui ont souscrit à un des programmes freemium d'OpenEdition.Si vous souhaitez que votre institution souscrive à l'un des programmes freemium d'OpenEdition et bénéficie de ses services, écrivez à : access@openedition.org. Le journalisme à l’épreuve des dispositifs socionumériques d’information et de communication. 1Le journalisme, dans son cheminement historique, s'est souvent révélé comme une activité sociale et professionnelle très complexe à définir et circonscrire.

Le journalisme à l’épreuve des dispositifs socionumériques d’information et de communication

Or, l'affirmation et la reconnaissance d'une profession passe d'abord par sa capacité à se constituer un territoire spécifique, tout en veillant à ce que celui-ci ne demeure pas clos sur lui-même. 5 tendances qui bouleversent les pratiques journalistiques. The New York Times is shutting down its lauded, younger-reader-seeking NYT Now app. The New York Times said Thursday that it is shutting down its NYT Now app.

The New York Times is shutting down its lauded, younger-reader-seeking NYT Now app

The app was an attempt at developing a mobile product aimed at a younger audience. The app will stop being available for download on Aug. 29. The Times launched the app in April 2014 as a paid product aimed at younger readers, but the app struggled to attract subscribers and the paper ultimately made the app free to use. NYT Now averaged 257,000 unique users over the past three months, the Times reported. At its highest point, in May 2015, the app had 334,000 unique users. Newsonomics: The New York Times reinvents Page One — and it’s better than print ever was. Ah, the art of the broadsheet Page One, with its mystical above-the-fold, below-the-fold double secret handshake code, its photo telegraphing The Big Story, its fonts delivering nuance, and its italics offering their own sweet siren song of understanding?

Newsonomics: The New York Times reinvents Page One — and it’s better than print ever was

Our never-thought-about assumption: this is what newspapers should look like, and they did, city to city, nation to nation. We hardly considered it design; it just was. Then, 20 years ago, many of us starting working on online news. In my early Knight Ridder New Media days, I remember vendors pitching me on the earliest e-editions — “digital replicas” of the print newspaper. To this day, many papers offer the easily produced replica (and replica-plus products), which maintain a surprising popularity with the older demographic. We all now know that the digital revolution hasn’t been good for the newspaper-based business, with unending losses still defining the press.

New York Times sees digital and print advertising decline in second quarter- POLITICO Media. Is this the bottom for The New York Times?- POLITICO Media. First, the good news of the month.

Is this the bottom for The New York Times?- POLITICO Media

The New York Times has outlasted Yahoo, as an independent company. Long ago, Yahoo, valued at as much as $140 billion, seemed one of those internet companies that might completely usurp the role of legacy companies. So today, with a market cap of $2 billion, the Times busily prepares its long-term future while Yahoo grabs $4.8 billion and fades into telco land. Which media companies are winning the battle for Millennials?- POLITICO Media. Last week marked the entry of still another new media entity into the Millennials market.

Which media companies are winning the battle for Millennials?- POLITICO Media

What do the numbers tell us about the highly sought-after terrain? Josh Topolsky’s The Outline, launching in the fall, aims squarely at the market, even if he eschews that precise label [“Newsonomics: Sketching in Josh Topolsky's new "The Outline"]. The Newsonomics of the Millennial Moment. The new wave of news sites all look like they do different things.

The Newsonomics of the Millennial Moment

Vox attracts those drawn to the populist wonkiness of explainer journalism. BuzzFeed entertains those attracted by its mix of addictive animal videos and a growing news report. Vice entrances with adventurous, less-filtered news video, while Fusion provides both irreverence and context on the news of the day. First published at Harvard’s Nieman Journalism Lab What they have in common is more important that what differentiates them: They all aim to get significant shares of the millennial market.

At that size, this generation will spend $200 billion annually by 2017 (and $10 trillion in their lifetime) in the U.S. alone. Add it all up, and we see why hundreds of millions of dollars is being invested in these newsy millennial-targeting sites. Times shuts down NYT Now mobile app- POLITICO Media. NYT Now, once the bright offspring of a nascent Paywalls 2.0 movement, is ending its short life.