A simple strategy for Twitter corrections, new products for New York Times subscribers, a report on digital journalists and more in this week's Digital Media Mash Up, produced by the Center for International Media Assistance.
Here are IJNet's picks from this week's stories:
Slate’s good strategy for correcting errors on Twitter, elsewhere
If Twitter isn’t going to offer a specific correction feature, it’s up to the people who need it to find better ways to use all the things you can do with the platform. (Poynter, 3/4)
New York Times to add 'new products' for digital subscribers
Research by the New York Times has identified opportunities to target both non-subscribers and 'devoted Times readers' with a lower priced product and premium offering (Journalism.co.uk, 3/4)
Protecting human rights defenders and journalists in a digital world
In the face of new, sophisticated restrictions, frontline human rights activists are unprepared for the security challenges they face, while donors and international support groups struggle to collaborate effectively and protect and defend human rights, Freedom House concludes in a recent report. (Freedom House, 3/5)
J-schools: Success in news today is about a lot more than reporting and writing
UC Berkeley’s cutting loose Mission Local doesn’t recognize that audience building, community outreach and partnerships are core to the modern journalists’ work. (Nieman Lab, 2/27)
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