Some tips for better podcast sound. Snappy answers to frequently asked questions: What do great interviews have in common?
Your answer’s as good as mine. Probably better. Depends on the interview’s goal. If you’re Jon Stewart or Stephen Colbert, and your goal is at least partly to entertain, it’s great interplay between the guest and the host, with lots of laughs or emotion along the way. What’s the best way to structure an interview? Depends on your intent: Do you want a full interview segment, or just soundbites? How important is it that I not interrupt someone? Very important. What kind of questions should I avoid? Yes-or-no questions. I can only interview someone by phone. Each of you can record your voices using a smartphone as you talk over a landline. I’m interviewing someone by Skype. Regardless of the tech you use to record, minimizing echoes is the biggest key to a professional sound. If you're aiming for a talk-show vibe, you can achieve a lot by constructing and ordering your questions thoughtfully.
BBC Blogs - College of Journalism - How could you help people take collective action on climate change? Guardian US to launch news innovation lab focused on using mobile technology to create deeper journalism with $2.6 million from Knight Foundation. NEW YORK — June 15, 2015 — Guardian News & Media today announced that it will establish an innovation lab to develop and create new approaches to delivering news and information using mobile technology.
The John S. and James L. Knight Foundation is investing $2.6 million to support the lab and the Guardian’s efforts to share lessons learned with the field. Guardian US will assemble a multidisciplinary editorial and production team that includes designers, developers and reporters and embed it within its news operations. With mobile audiences now accounting for over 50 percent of the Guardian’s daily traffic, the lab will aim to create new and more engaging ways for people to consume news on their mobile devices.
Additionally, the lab will explore the challenges faced by journalists in the mobile age and experiment with new ways of bringing stories to life on smaller screens. Ends Media Enquiries About the John S. and James L. The launch of Guardian Labs: how the Guardian is approaching content marketing. Guardian Labs has officially launched - the Guardian's own branded content agency that specialises in telling brand stories.
As anyone in the business will tell you, content marketing looks set to be a major media trend in 2014, and there are huge opportunities for those brands and media organisations who get it right. It can be one of the most powerful and effective forms of communication, which is why over 70% of marketers are increasing their spend on branded content - taking the UK's content marketing spend from £4.3bn, to a predicted £5.8bn in 2014 (Curata). And it's easy to see why when you hear that content marketing drives brand awareness up by 85%, and customer interest uplifts of 62% (Curata).
So, in an increasingly robust and energetic marketplace, how does Guardian Labs offer something special? Where we differ is in our unique philosophy and approach - we call this Open Ideas. Our collaboration with EE is a fantastic example of this. Moonshot thinking: The future of journalism. Journalism is changing.
It’s been said over and over, and it is true. It has been evidenced in every reading we’ve had in this class. Journalism cannot continue as it has traditionally. Computers have changed that. The internet and new media has changed that. But the changing landscape of journalism is not different than the ways all landscapes are constantly changing.
It can be seen as scary. Innovación y el Pensamiento Moonshot. Moonshot Thinking, El término proviene del tiempo en que el ser humano aún no había “pisado” la luna, y en ese entonces el sueño – que parecía imposible – era alcanzarla, de ahí el término moonshot.
Pensar que lo imposible puede ser posible, es el pensamiento moonshot o Moonshot Thinking, y que a pesar de que la ciencia y tecnología aún no estaban “listas”, todo se pudo concretar posteriormente gracias a “The Crazy ones” (como diría Steve Jobs) las personas que eran lo suficientemente locas, y que terminaron haciéndolo posible.
#LuxLeaks. BuzzFeed CEO Jonah Peretti: Creating A Media Empire With A "Marriage Between Data And Creativity" Full video of Peretti's presentation at #ThinkContent, September 18, 2014 One of #ThinkContent's most inspiring – and hilarious – presentations came from BuzzFeed CEO Jonah Peretti, who delivered a talk called “The Social Experiment – Creating a New Media Model.”
Peretti shared that of BuzzFeed’s 150 million monthly visitors, 75 percent are driven via social and over half are in the coveted 18-34 demographic. “There’s a need to deliver things that people want to share everyday,” says Peretti. But the question remains: “How can we make things people love and want to share?” Peretti’s definitely one to know; he’s been going viral since before the word took on its second meaning. The rest, as they say, is history.
Peretti was floored.
Line + Whatsapp. Scotland decides. Yelp. NSA. Mo'ne Davis. Buzzfeed. Watergate. SAP Big Data. Curator. Marginedas. Home. Ceuta. Andrade. Plugins. House of Cards. Suplementos. JFK. «Sin un contenido de calidad no eres nada en la era digital» Entrevistes. Burbujas de contenidos.