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Announcing the Africa News Innovation Challenge winners

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Digital tools are an increasing impetus for innovation across African newsrooms. From crowdsourcing content to using infographics to tell stories, journalists are finding new ways to report the news. We're excited to be supporting these innovators through the $1 million Africa News Innovation Challenge, announced in May this year—the latest...
Announcing the Africa News Innovation Challenge winners

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Twitter and Reddit as crowdsourced fact-checking engines

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Social networks like Twitter and web communities like Reddit often get criticized for being the source of nefarious rumors and false news reports, including the deaths of innumerable celebrities who are very much alive. But just as fakes and hoaxes can spread more widely and efficiently through the web...
Twitter and Reddit as crowdsourced fact-checking engines

AOL and Hyper-Local — Good Luck With That

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AOL (it recently gave up the all-caps moniker) is planning an ambitious expansion of its hyper-local Patch.com venture, the one that it bought from a group of investors — including AOL CEO Tim Armstrong — last year, according to a report by Business Insider. But can AOL find success...
AOL and Hyper-Local — Good Luck With That

Young women are (still) the best internet bait and 5 other lessons from ESPN blogger scandal

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Sports media was in a lather this week over Sarah Phillips, a 22-year-old ESPN writer who blogged, tweeted and scammed her way to online infamy. The episode offers some intriguing lessons about digital journalism and social media. We offer some observations below, but first here is a quick recap of...
Young women are (still) the best internet bait and 5 other lessons from ESPN blogger scandal

Guardian Activate New York 2012 – live

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Internet innovators from across the world are to speak at the Guardian's Activate conference in New York. Follow live coverage of the day here and tweet me @AdamGabbatt9am: Hello and good morning from the Paley Center for Media in New York. The 16-storey building boasts two entrances, one on the...
Guardian Activate New York 2012 – live

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Social Media Festivals Come To Cuba

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How can we build a future of post-industrial journalism?

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There’s been a lot written over the past few years about the future of the news industry — how the rise of the web and social media have disrupted it, and how traditional players like the New York Times and others can recover from this disruption and repair their business...
How can we build a future of post-industrial journalism?

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Interview: Jeff Jarvis Talks Digital Journalism & Privacy

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Interview: Jeff Jarvis Talks Digital Journalism & Privacy

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We need a new era of digital journalism

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Digital media needs to invent its own journalistic genres otherwise its stiff structure will continue to be overlookedThe survival of quality news calls for a new approach to writing and reporting. Inspiration could come from blogging and magazine storytelling and also bring back memories of the 70s new journalism movement....
We need a new era of digital journalism

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Commentary: Report shines little new light on journalism woes

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In the winter of 2009, Seattle was the center of a global maelstrom that has yet to bottom out: the collapse of the advertiser-supported business model that funded mainstream journalism. The Seattle P-I published its last printed edition that March after a flurry of town halls and salons where journalists,...
Commentary: Report shines little new light on journalism woes

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World's Richest Man Launches Online Video Network ... With Larry King!

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Backed by the resources of the world’s wealthiest individual, Carlos Slim Helu, and guided by former News Corp. (NSDQ: NWS) digital journalism chief Jon Housman, the launch of on-demand online television network Ora.TV stands out among the flurry of recently touted online video-channel initiatives. But the selection of Larry...
World's Richest Man Launches Online Video Network ... With Larry King!

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Kony2012: New media success story or cautionary tale?

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If it isn’t the most viral social-media effort in recent memory, the Kony2012 campaign — launched last week by Invisible Children to spotlight atrocities by Ugandan warlord Joseph Kony — has to be a close second: according to one estimate, a video created by the group and shared widely...
Kony2012: New media success story or cautionary tale?

The morning lowdown: Facebook ads, mobile videogames, Time Inc. subscriptions

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Some of the stories people are talking about this morning… Apple, Time Inc. solve their subscription squabble (All Things Digital) Facebook preps “Facebook Exchange” for real-time bidding (GigaOM) State Department speaks out on Amazon Kindle deal (paidContent) Turf war erupts in red-hot mobile videogames (WSJ) What Facebook knows (MIT Technology...
The morning lowdown: Facebook ads, mobile videogames, Time Inc. subscriptions

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You Might Be Able To Download All Your Tweets By End Of The Year

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“When can we download all of our tweets?”-@emilybell “Before the end of the year”-@dickc, with a caveat on an engineer’s capability. #ONA12 — Alex Howard (@digiphile) September 21, 2012 Users might able to download all of their past tweets by the end of the year, according to reports from those...
You Might Be Able To Download All Your Tweets By End Of The Year

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