Tag: flickr

by Julie Keck

1. Yahoo’s bid for Hulu in the $600 – $800 million range (AllThingsD) 2. CNN Partners with BuzzFeed on YouTube channel (Hollywood Reporter) 3. Has Yahoo’s relaunch of Flickr revitalized the photo service…or ruined it? (GigaOm) 4. FCC’s involvement in regulating the World Wide Web left for ‘the new guy’ (AdWeek) 5. WordPress turns 10 […] more »

by Julie Keck

1. EveryBlock could still be sold (Poynter) 2. NYT plugs big hole in paywall (PaidContent.org) 3. Private photos accidentally made public briefly on Flickr (The Verge) 4. Twitter and AmEx to let you pay by hashtag (CNN)   Subscribe to Daily Must Reads newsletter more »

by Kathy E. Gill

A recent U.S. court decision clarified that media organizations cannot assume that photos shared via Twitter are rights-free, to be used as though they were in the public domain. In the case of Agence France-Presse (AFP) v. Morel, U.S. District Judge Alison Nathan ruled in favor of freelance photographer Daniel Morel. Her judgment: Both AFP […] more »

by Dorian Benkoil

Once again, ‘tis the season for look-aheads. In that spirit, here are my digital media predictions for 2013. (Quality) Content Will be King “Experts” once told us that quality had been killed by the need for efficiency and scaling, and that editorial operations would thrive on user- or even machine-generated-content. Click here to read the […] more »

by Leandro Oliva

The best stories across the web on media and technology, curated by Leandro Oliva. 1. Can this startup take on Bloomberg as a real-time news service? (Mashable) 2. Europe’s newspapers are dying too (CJR) 3. Understanding Instagram and why Flickr might just have a chance (GigaOM) 4. Interview: Google expands mobile mag products amid web threat (paidContent) 5. Dan […] more »

by Courtney Lowery Cowgill

It used to be that there were two ways to experience the Summer Olympics: watch the games on your TV (and on NBC’s schedule) or travel to the games themselves. Oh my, how things have changed. This summer, you can follow your favorite Olympian on Facebook. Live stream the finals on your laptop. Look at […] more »

by Mark Glaser

You recently went on vacation to an exotic and new locale and you want to show people your great photos from the trip. So where do you post them online? Are you a fan of Flickr or Facebook? What about Instagram? Or perhaps you’re part of the thriving photography community on Google+. And let’s not […] more »

by Kathy E. Gill

Twitter CEO Dick Costolo announced June 1 that the company was partnering with Photobucket to make it easy to share photos at Twitter.com. With a “Twitter native photo-sharing experience,” he said, “users will own their own rights to their photos.” The implication? That this might not be the case with third-party services. Therein lies the […] more »

by Roland Legrand

Curation seems to be the big buzz word in journalism and online content these days. It’s also an area that’s generating a lot of product innovations. New services such as Keepstream, Storify, Storyful and Qrait are jumping into the space, aiming to offer new tools to help people curate web and social media content. Curation […] more »

by Kris Krug

– Go to Photo 11 A final, fun note: I had a chance to interview U.S. figure skater Johnny Weir, and the entire interview can be found here. This shot of us together was taken by John Biehler. Kris Krüg is a designer, writer, photographer, and webmonkey based in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. Constantly challenging […] more »