How machine learning is getting rid of time-consuming tasks, Cory Haik discusses The Washington Post's mobile strategy and more in this week's Digital Media Mash Up, produced by CIMA.
Shaky videos are either a sign of video journalists new to the craft or a lack of proper equipment. These four types of rigs can help secure a smooth shot.
Now that people can receive news on their wrist, news outlets have a responsiblity to tailor those notifications as much as possible. ICFJ Knight Fellow Christopher Guess gives some insight on how.
Web-based communities for journalists, why your car might become a digital platform for news and more in this week's Digital Media Mash Up, produced by the Center for International Media Assistance.
Measuring Internet traffic is no simple matter, but metrics are important for advertisers to determine how much they'll pay for their messages to appear in a digital publication.
BBC World Service Digital Development Editor shares what he's learned about prioritizing language products, adapting to the mobile revolution and more.
ICFJ Knight Fellow Stephen Abbott Pugh examines how mobile experimentation in the newsroom now could pay huge dividends in the long run.
IJNet combed through the Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism report to find six takeaways that will prove useful for anyone working in the digital news arena.
BBC World Service has its eye on Africa as the continent evolves technologically. In an effort to make sure its dominance continues to be felt digitally, the news outlet is turning to locals for help.
These newsrooms are profiled in the last chapter of the 103-page examination of the nine top newsroom trends of 2015.
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