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workflow

News must be really hard to follow for an everyday consumer of a newspaper website. First tweets go out, sometimes with no links to additional coverage. Then a few grafs go up on a blog, followed by additional updates, either to the top of that post or as new posts. Eventually, a print story gets started, which is posted through an entirely different workflow onto a different-looking story page.

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Author

Anton Jolkovski

Date

2011-11-24 10:59

by Lauren Rabaino

A former colleague of mine, William Davis, understands what a "web first" workflow is, and has made it happen through software at his newspaper in Maine. The Bangor Daily News announced this week that it completed its full transition to open source blogging software, WordPress.

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Author

Anton Jolkovski

Date

2011-06-21 17:31

by Kevin Anderson

There was an interesting discussion about linking and journalism amongst a number of journalists in North America. Mathew Ingram of GigaOm and Alex Byers, a web producer for Politico in Washington, both collected the conversation using Storify. It covers a lot of well worn territory in this debate, and I'm not going to rehash it.

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Author

Anton Jolkovski

Date

2011-05-20 11:13

Twenty-five thousand people read The Times on iPad each day. Its stablemate The Sunday Times counts 22,000 readers, including two million iPad page views.

Those numbers may sound small (in print, the papers circulate an average 446,109 per day and 1,031,727 on Sunday). But they're a start and they point to the popularity of iPad within the new multi-platform paid ecosystem.

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Author

Anton Jolkovski

Date

2011-05-13 10:56

Leveraging its financial news and information expertise, Reuters has unveiled its new financial data presentation initiative aimed to help U.S. newspapers save time and resources, paidContent reported. The new product is called Reuters Financial Infographics.

Reuters Financial Infographics offers "print-ready" financial data layout and graphs that can be customised to newspaper requirements, according to Editor & Publisher. This new product is available as an addition to Reuters main news offerings at "an attractive price," and automated delivery, paidContent's article stated. However, price details weren't disclosed.

This new product is made available by Reuters in collaboration with Custom Flow Solutions, a development firm specialising in publishing automation, a press release posted on CNN Money stated.

"RFI was created as part of a larger strategy to address the challenges facing media owners today," Christoph Pleitgen, managing director of Reuters news agency for Thomson Reuters stated in its press release. "Our media customers told us they need more than content, they need workflow solutions. And the solution we are launching today is specifically tailored for the needs of US newspapers."

Author

Savita Sauvin

Date

2010-03-19 04:15

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