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Next year will be the year that the big technology companies go after local publishing and broadcasting businesses more fiercely than ever before. Most local media companies have no idea what's about to hit them - much less a plan to respond.

Google already has feet on the street from Portland to New York City to sell search advertising and directory listings to small and medium business (SMBs).

Continue reading on Reflections of a Newsosaur

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Anton Jolkovski

Date

2011-12-15 08:58

by Alan D. Mutter

Last month, we discussed the generous contribution publishers have been making to the dramatic growth of Facebook, a wondrously addictive medium that seems to be commanding ever-greater amounts of time from an ever-larger number of consumers.

Today, we're going to talk about how newspapers can get Facebook to work as effectively for them as most papers have been working for Facebook.

Continue reading on Editor & Publisher

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Anton Jolkovski

Date

2011-12-13 09:54

by Frédéric Filloux

I love talking about the things I enjoy using. The emerging ecosystem in which a bunch of smart people curate long form journalism is definitely one of those things. The companies are called Instapaper, Longreads, Longform. I love the material they find for me and I'm in the debt of developers who wrote neat applications that help me manage my very own library of great stories.

My reading selection process for long articles (say above 2500 words) goes like this.

Continue reading on Monday Note

Author

Anton Jolkovski

Date

2011-12-13 09:47

If you want to save journalism, you might turn to journalism this year for all your Christmas shopping.

This weekend at NewsFoo, an O'Reilly "un-conference" for about 170 journalists and tech disrupters, the tech writer Mónica Guzmán posed a question: "Can't we [news organizations] sell anything besides articles?" Yes, it turns out, and there are numerous examples of them trying it.

Continue reading on Nieman Journalism Lab

Author

Anton Jolkovski

Date

2011-12-12 09:55

by John Bethune

If I were asked to name one active blogger that every B2B journalist should follow, I would probably suggest Adam Tinworth. For more than eight years, the British trade press editor has blogged about journalism, social media, and much more on One Man and His Blog. His insights there are based on a combination of his ongoing and enthusiastic experimentation with new-media platforms and his practical experience as an editor and blog evangelist for the UK branch of Reed Business Information (RBI).

Continue reading on B2B Memes

Author

Anton Jolkovski

Date

2011-12-12 09:47

by Kris Hammond

At News Foo Camp, I was asked about how much news will be computer generated in 15 years. My reluctant take on this was that it would be on the order of 90%. My reluctance was the result of the fact that while this strikes me as inevitable, it always leads to a fair amount of angst among the people who hear it. With that in mind, it seemed to me that it might be a good idea to explain what that number means and why I think it makes sense given current information and technology trends.

Continue reading on Just to Clarify

Author

Anton Jolkovski

Date

2011-12-09 09:03

by Robert Niles

We've talked at length about finding new sources of revenue as the news industry moves from a monopoly-driven market to a more competitive one. (And that's the real change that's happening in our industry - not a switch from print to online.) But all the newly self-appointed publishers online will find themselves in the same vulnerable position as their print predecessors if they don't adopt different attitudes about management even as they work to find new customers for their publications.

Continue reading in The Online Journalism Review

Author

Anton Jolkovski

Date

2011-12-09 08:51

Year after year, the "State of the News Media"-report of the Project for Excellence in Journalism paints a bleak picture of our media future. In the eighth installment of VOCER's interview series, director Tom Rosenstiel looks at the bright side and talks about good times still to come.

From vocer.de

Author

Anton Jolkovski

Date

2011-12-08 09:45

The transition from old media to new media hasn't been smooth for newspapers and it's not over yet, but along the way news sites have learned important lessons about serving up video.

Beet.TV spoke to Ann Derry, editorial director for video and television for the New York Times, and Shawn Bender, editorial director for video for the Wall Street Journal Online, about why site visitors hit the Play button on a video.

Continue reading on OnlineVideo.net

Author

Anton Jolkovski

Date

2011-12-08 09:25

A leading design patent expert predicts that Apple (NSDQ: AAPL) will be unable to stop Samsung from selling its Galaxy tablet in the United States in the near future, and says the press has misunderstood a dramatic moment in the patent trial taking place between the tech giants. Court filings unsealed this week in California suggest he is right.

Recall that, in October, U.S. District Judge Lucy Koh waved two tablets in the air and asked Samsung's attorney if he could tell which was the Galaxy and which was the iPad.

Continue reading on mocoNews.net

Author

Anton Jolkovski

Date

2011-12-07 10:10

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