Date

Sun - 24.09.2017


Media links of the day

Media links of the day

A petition on Change.org has asked Sun editor Dominic Mahon to put an end to showing topless women on page three, reports Roy Greenslade in the Guardian.  

Social blogging platform Tumblr is under pressure from investors to find a business model, says Business Insider.

User-generated photo app Scoopshot (which just published a study it commissioned among WAN-IFRA members) tells Journalism.co.uk how it approaches verification.

The Knight Foundation's Eric Newton describes on Nieman Lab's website the changes he believes journalism schools must adopt. "Without better-equipped graduates, how can we be sure future generations will have the news and information they need to run their communities and their lives?" he asks.

The Times-Picayune has suffered backlash from readers angry at reduced print days, and local advertisers are split over whether print or internet ads are more effective, according to the Wall Street Journal.

For more industry news, please see WAN-IFRA's Executive News Service.

Author

Emma Goodman

Date

2012-09-12 17:34

Shaping the Future of the News Publishing


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