Tag: reuters

by Julie Keck

1. Reuters ends plans for ambitious direct-to-reader service (Leslie Kaufman / New York Times) 2. Study: Most mobile news consumers prefer browser to apps (Amy Gahran / Knight Digital Media Center) 3. Court: Facebook ‘like’ is protected by First Amendment (Joe Palazzolo / Wall Street Journal) 4. New York judge won’t stop Dish’s ad-skipping hopper […] more »

by Julie Keck

1. Wall St. Cheat Sheet writes its own rules for new media (PandoDaily) 2. Hulu bids depend on TV show rights (WSJ) 3. MIT tool connects the dots of your life through Gmail metadata (The Verge) 4. Thomson Reuters to suspend sneak peeks at the Key Index (Deal Book – NYT) 5. Research suggests it’s […] more »

by Julie Keck

1. Live analysis of the Supreme Court decisions on gay marriage (NYT) 2. Do we need more kinds of social media that self-destruct the way Snapchat content does? (GigaOm) 3. TV industry-backed second screen app ConnecTV raises $1.4 million (VentureBeat) 4. Journalist search platform Spundge partners with Getty Images and Reuters (Journalism.co.uk) 5. American Society of News Editors census finds 2,600 newsroom […] more »

by Julie Keck

1. National Security Agency collecting millons of phone calls of Verizon customers (Guardian) 2. Value of social media apparent after failure of local media in Turkey (paidContent) 3. Bradley Manning Wikileaks trial characterized by secrecy, security (Huffington Post) 4. GOP-led Wisconsin legislature aims to push investigative journalists off campus (Columbia Journalism Review) 5. Ex-Reuters editor launches breaking news site (The Next Web) 6. How Russia Today reached 1 billion […] more »

by Julie Keck

1. When millennials expect a constant stream of social media bits, what does that mean for journalism? (Columbia Journalism Review) 2. Reuters, untied to print metaphor, builds a river of news (Nieman) 3. I’m Still Here: Back online after a year without the Internet (The Verge) 4. Former Phoenix staffers launch new alt-weekly website (Boston […] more »

by Julie Keck

1. Reddit apologizes for ‘online witch hunts,’ asks community to be ‘sensitive of its own power’ (Verge) 2. In defense of journalistic error (Reuters) 3. Netflix says its “House of Cards” strategy worked, and Wall Street agrees (AllThingsD) 4. Matthew Keys on Reuters firing: “I assume they were looking for an out” (Politico) 5. It’s […] more »

by Julie Keck

1. The glory days of American journalism are now (Slate) 2. Time Out Chicago to nix print, go all digital (Sun Times) 3. RSS isn’t dead: the best Google Reader alternatives (The Verge) 4. Amazon launches “Send to Kindle” button (PaidContent.org) 5. DoJ investigations spark meta media coverage at Reuters and WSJ (The Observer) 6. […] more »

by Julie Keck

1. Reuters’ Matthew Keys indicted for allegedly conspiring with hacker group ‘Anonymous’ (Politico) 2. Did Google just kill RSS? (Reuters) 3. Aaron Swartz to receive posthumous Freedom of Information Award (Mashable) 4. Google Maps Chief steps down to join Google X (Wired) 5. Smartphones are eating the world (MIT Tech Review) Subscribe to Daily Must […] more »

by Julie Keck

1. Jim Roberts took a buyout from NYT last week, will now head Digital at Reuters (Nieman) 2. Magazines still have a life on 7-inch screens (AllThingsD) 3. Common sense is the key to effective online communication (memeburn) 4. Tempted to quit Facebook? 5 1/2 reasons to stay (PandoDaily) 5. HBO adds Airplay to make […] more »

by Denisa Dzunkova

Gavin Sheridan, an Irish journalist and blogger, has spent the past two years working as innovation director at Storyful. A social media newsroom, the teams of reporters at Storyful monitor and engage with communities on Twitter, YouTube, Google+ and any social media platform on which anyone with an Internet connection can converse. 

Within two years […] more »