Digital media consultant Amy Webb discusses the most important trend to be aware of when it comes to giving your audience the news they want, when they want it.
Trushar Barot discusses Snapchat's new Discover feature, other examples of newsrooms using chat apps around the world, and how analytics fit in to these experiments.
News Republic has partnered with media groups and bloggers in 45 countries to aggregate content. Using an algorithm, the website allows readers to choose what content they want to read out of 1 million topics.
How can a journalist be confident that a story that seems important to the audience really is? By getting to know the audience so deeply that their needs are revealed.
The news organization's first mobile bureau is spending one month in U.S. towns covering community-oriented news stories, such as the Colorado floods.
In this week's CIMA Digital Media Mash Up, an author debates how technology is changing journalism's role in activism, Instagram overtakes Twitter in audience engagement and more.
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