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Chisholm cites need for print-digital linkage to save newspapers

Chisholm cites need for print-digital linkage to save newspapers | RJI links | Scoop.it
European consultant says newsmedia industry must do a better job capitalising on print’s position in the media value chain.
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3 Underused Features of Google Analytics

3 Underused Features of Google Analytics | RJI links | Scoop.it
Within Google Analytics exists a wealth of available data that is often overlooked. Here are three features that can give you a fresh look to your data. Using them can help you find a great new opportunity or diagnose a long-standing problem.
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No future in apps? Not so fast

No future in apps? Not so fast | RJI links | Scoop.it
Technology Review’s Jason Pontin says native digital replica apps are dead. But there’s plenty of potential in the app space – if you’re willing to innovate.
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Are publishers waking up from their dream about apps?

Are publishers waking up from their dream about apps? | RJI links | Scoop.it
Publishers saw the iPad as a chance to turn back the clock and convince consumers to pay for content in a new form.
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Ongo, an attempt at a pan-media paywalled aggregator, is closing

Ongo, an attempt at a pan-media paywalled aggregator, is closing | RJI links | Scoop.it
The year-old startup, backed by several newspaper industry heavy hitters, struggled to find a way to charge readers who have free alternatives.
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Nikki Usher: “Who Needs Newspapers?” It’s fewer people than publishers seem to believe

Nikki Usher: “Who Needs Newspapers?” It’s fewer people than publishers seem to believe | RJI links | Scoop.it
The George Washington professor argues small newspaper publishers are hanging on to false optimism that the importance of their work will save their business.
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Journalism: Dying by a thousand cuts, or being reinvented?

Journalism: Dying by a thousand cuts, or being reinvented? | RJI links | Scoop.it
When they think about competition, many traditional outlets still seem to look mostly at media players such as the Huffington Post or Buzzfeed.
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Digital First Media's chief says newspapers have key advantages in the struggle for readers and advertising - San Jose Mercury News

CEO of the company, the corporate parent of this website, outlines a vision for the future of the newspaper industry as it makes the transition to a digital future.
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Why Publishers Don't Like Apps - Technology Review

Why Publishers Don't Like Apps - Technology Review | RJI links | Scoop.it
The future of media on mobile devices isn't with applications but with the Web.
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Poynter ‘EyeTrack: Tablet’ research shows horizontal swiping instinct for photo galleries | Poynter.

Poynter ‘EyeTrack: Tablet’ research shows horizontal swiping instinct for photo galleries | Poynter. | RJI links | Scoop.it
Standing for journalism, strengthening democracy | Journalism training, media news & how to's...
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Customer-driven from the inside out

Customer-driven from the inside out | RJI links | Scoop.it
Before they can improve the customer experience and drive more audience-generated revenue, media companies need to first figure out who their audience actually is. Here’s how UBM TechWeb addressed the challenge.
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Prismatic wants to be the newspaper for a digital age

Prismatic wants to be the newspaper for a digital age | RJI links | Scoop.it
Surrounded by an overwhelming amount of digital content, many people are looking for something that can fill the role of a digital newspaper -- filtering and highlighting interesting content.
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Panelists say different paywall models all profitable

Panelists say different paywall models all profitable | RJI links | Scoop.it
A four-panelist presentation Tuesday at the 82nd INMA World Congress gave publishers from around the world a chance to discuss digital subscription strategies back to back.
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Wilkinson closes conference by asking, “What’s next?”

Wilkinson closes conference by asking, “What’s next?” | RJI links | Scoop.it
After 25 presentations over three days, INMA CEO Earl Wilkinson finished off the 82nd INMA World Congress — themed “New Oxygen, New Growth” — on Tuesday afternoon by asking, “What's next?
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How journalists and newsrooms can use Pinterest

How journalists and newsrooms can use Pinterest | RJI links | Scoop.it
As Pinterest grows in use, it grows in value to journalists and news organizations. I don’t pretend that I know all the ways that journalists should use Pinterest. My Digital First Media colleagu...
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Digital First Readies Community Newsrooms | NetNewsCheck.com

The 12 new community newsroom projects will use a variety of methods to involve the community in reporting news, issues and events in the cities, suburbs and towns covered by Digital First newsrooms.
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LA Times Developer Begins Archiving Newspaper Websites

LA Times Developer Begins Archiving Newspaper Websites | RJI links | Scoop.it
A 29-year-old developer at the Los Angeles Times has created an online archive that hourly takes screenshots of dozens of newspaper home pages and other online news sites.
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Papers Offering More And Better Video News | TVNewsCheck.com

Newspaper sites around the country are producing video on par with that of TV stations, often with the help of former TV multimedia journalists and photographers.
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Journalism’s new model? - mUmBRELLA

Journalism’s new model? - mUmBRELLA | RJI links | Scoop.it
Does the launch of philanthropically funded news site The Global Mail signal a new era for journalism or is the model destined to be a passing fad, asks Cathie...
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Good News for Battered Content Providers - Barrons.com

Good News for Battered Content Providers - Barrons.com | RJI links | Scoop.it
Barnes & Noble soars on Microsoft's investment in its Nook e-reader business, and improved results are reported at New York Times and Sirius XM. Comcast fell, but is stronger than the bears give it credit for being.
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Amazon Kindle Fire Sales Slump as Apple Boosts Tablet Share

Amazon Kindle Fire Sales Slump as Apple Boosts Tablet Share | RJI links | Scoop.it
Amazon.com Inc. lost share in the tablet market in the first quarter as Kindle Fire sales slumped and Apple Inc.’s iPad widened its lead to 68 percent, IDC said.
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Ad Buyers Want Better Info on Magazine Tablet Editions | MediaWorks - Advertising Age

Ad Buyers Want Better Info on Magazine Tablet Editions | MediaWorks - Advertising Age | RJI links | Scoop.it
Print media buyers have sent a letter to magazine publishers asking them to reveal more information about their tablet editions' performance with consumers.
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The Simplicity Thesis

The Simplicity Thesis | RJI links | Scoop.it
The only companies or products that will succeed now are the ones offering the lowest possible level of complexity for the maximum amount of value, says Box CEO and cofounder Aaron Levie.
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