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La mutación del periodismo (with images, tweets) · ssaborit. El móvil, el cuarto poder (with images, tweets) · Pepenacho. Accelerated Mobile Pages Project. » How newsrooms can use chat apps and private networks for newsgatheringfirstdraftnews.com- How newsrooms can use chat apps and private networks for newsgathering. The sun, sand and sea of Rio de Janeiro are as legendary as the statue of Christ the Redeemer overlooking Brazil’s second-largest city but, as summer moves into autumn, fog can cloud the coastline of the bay before the sun hits its stride.
Such was true on the morning of March 3 2014, when 22 year-old Marina Pinto Borges left for work. Crossing the famous Rio-Niterói bridge to the city, Borges slammed on the brakes and, the road slick with rain, lost control of her Renault Sandero, flipping over a guard rail and plunging the full 70 metres into the sea below. Quite the fall: The Rio-Niterói Bridge (public domain) Borges survived the fall, the first person ever to do so, and the first news organisation to report her escape was local radio station CBN.
But rather than receiving a tip from the emergency services or a call from a bystander, their source came from WhatsApp. Established wisdom on using chat apps for newsgathering is still hard to come by, however. So where to start? Around the world, media outlets and journalists are using chat apps to spread the news. If you had followed BBC News India on WhatsApp on May 16, the day election results were announced after over a month of voting, you would have seen news updates in a variety of formats.
In the early morning hours, there were alerts from vote counting, including screenshots of charts from the Election Commission: When the losing side conceded defeat, there was a post with an update when Prime Minster-elect Narendra Modi tweeted: A little later, the account posted this video of a celebratory parade: Updates on final counts and local elections continued to flow in, half in English and half in Hindi. In the evening, the account posted a recording of Sonia Gandhi’s concession speech, followed by further results and transcribed statements, and then another audio recording, this one of BBC reporter Soutik Biswas giving his analysis.
“If you were to ask people even a year ago, What’s the value of news organizations using WhatsApp? The BBC abroad “We try to triangulate three things,” he says. 9 Overlooked Things to Consider Before Going Mobile-First. Having mobile presence is no longer an added bonus for businesses; it’s a necessity.
When taking a mobile-first approach, it’s important to remember that mobile and desktop are vastly different. Many elements get overlooked when making this transition, which can easily have a negative impact on your bottom line. To narrow this transition gap, I asked nine entrepreneurs from the Young Entrepreneur Council (YEC) the following: What’s one overlooked thing tech startups must change as they switch to a mobile-first approach to new development projects? Their best answers are below: 1. How a Norwegian public radio station is using Snapchat to connect young listeners with news. In 2011, the Norwegian public broadcaster NRK set the world record for the longest single television show by broadcasting a cruise ship traversing the country’s coast.
The show was on the air for 134 consecutive hours, and 3.2 million people — more than 60 percent of all Norwegians — tuned in at some point. Last year, about one million people watched NRK’s 12-hour broadcast of a burning fireplace, complete with color commentary. But NRK P3, one of the broadcaster’s radio stations aimed at a younger audience, has taken a more ephemeral approach to broadcasting this summer, producing newscasts for Snapchat. The station has about 2,500 followers on its Snapchat account, Even Nielsen, a P3 producer told me via email.
“P3nyheter want to present news to young people where they are,” he wrote. Around the world, media outlets and journalists are using chat apps to spread the news. 25 imprescindibles de diseño web para móviles: Seduce y convierte - Dispersium. El mes pasado Google lanzó un estudio acerca de diseño web para móviles.
Han realizado 119 horas de tests con usuarios para descubrir las mejores prácticas en diseño y desarrollo para móviles. Barcelona at Barcelona. AppCircus llegará a Barcelona el 28 de noviembre, con el apoyo de Estrella Damm, en lo que será la cita del año con las aplicaciones que marcan tendencia en la capital del móvil.
Barcelona es una de las ciudades del mundo que más utilizan las apps para hacer más fácil, cómoda y divertida la vida a sus habitantes, por lo que el showcase será un gran escaparate de las aplicaciones móviles del momento. Si has creado una aplicación, inscríbela en AppCircus Barcelona antes del 15 de noviembre, a las 23.59 horas (hora local) y preséntala en el escenario de la Antiga Fàbrica Estrella Damm (Rosselló, 515, Barcelona), ante el público y un jurado de expertos del sector móvil de primer nivel.