Tag: web first

by Lily Leung

The best stories across the web on media and technology, curated by Lily Leung.1. One year in, ABC/Yahoo news partnership holds largest Web audience (Poynter) 2. Why we shouldn’t be hating on ‘web first’ journalism (Online Journalism Blog) 3. Top tips for social media newsgathering (Liz Heron) 4. “No one is more addicted to social […] more »

by Mark Van Patten

Mark Van Patten The Bowling Green Daily News doesn’t have a “web first” strategy in the way we run our newspaper. That means that we don’t post articles to our website before they appear in print. Apart from some breaking local news, most major stories don’t appear on the Internet until after the press is […] more »

by Roland Legrand

Roland Legrand Recently, MediaShift started running reports from “embeds” at various media outlets and educational institutions. This report comes from Roland Legrand, new media director at Mediafin in Belgium. The company where I work is well-known in Belgium for its print publications. Mediafin is the publisher behind the Dutch language business daily De Tijd and […] more »

by Tim Peek

Tim Peek Starting this week, MediaShift will be running reports from “embeds” at various media outlets and educational institutions. The first report comes from Tim Peek, executive producer for new media at NBC’s Peacock Productions. It was a seemingly prosaic moment at the end of the “Weekend NBC Nightly News” program Saturday, July 5: Lester […] more »

by Jennifer Woodard Maderazo

20 Minutos newsroom in Madrid As big newspapers struggle with shifting business models, a new breed of free newspapers have have found their niche in many parts of the world. According to the Newspaper Innovation blog, 36 million free papers are distributed daily in 49 countries. As newspaper subscriptions lag, advertisers turn to these papers […] more »

by Mark Glaser

Mon Jan 29, 2007 09:49 PM ET LOS ANGELES (Goiters) — Management at the Los Angeles Herald-Gazette newspaper today unveiled an earth-shattering initiative to combine operations of the newspaper and its Internet site — a change that was crucial to ensuring that the Herald-Gazette appears to finally “get” the web. The paper’s new editor, Ebineezer […] more »