In five languages (English, Mandarin, Korean, Spanish, Portuguese and Russian) and two U.S. printing, “Newsonomics: Twelve Trends That Will Shape the News You Get” is the first Ken Doctor book. Sign up here for notice of the new Newsonomics Readers.
For two decades now, daily newsrooms have been becoming digital. Now, finally into 2017, some of them are threatening to actually be digital, some twenty-two years after Nicholas Negroponte’s classic was published. Today’s announcement of the ...
You can call it Outbrain for newspapers, if you want. Or perhaps a tamer Taboola. Tim Landon doesn’t particularly care how you characterize his latest network effort. Just click on his widgets – which you’ll soon see on hundreds of daily ...
Can John Oliver’s 19 minutes rivet attention as all the bolts and screws continue to come undone in the local news business? That seems a hope against hope — and yet 3.7 million YouTube views of his Sunday evening HBO program ...
RELATED ARTICLE Newsonomics: The New York Times re-invents Page One — and it’s better than print ever was March 7, 2016 Since he arrived at The New York Times in 1999, Steve Duenes has seen a lot of change.The Times associate ...
Companion story: From “Service Desk” to Standalone: How The New York Times’ Graphics Department Has Grown Up Both columns originally published at Harvard’s Nieman Journalism Lab Follow Newsonomics on Twitter @kdoctor Ah, the ...
BERLIN–Peter Wuertenberger worked as Managing Director of Yahoo Germany back in the late’ 90s, when the idea of web news was still a fresh one. It was the heyday of a product called My Yahoo. My Yahoo combined aggregation and ...
Chris Altchek doesn’t need the whole elevator ride up to Mic.com’s 10th floor downtown New York office to give you his pitch. What’s Mic, whose name is often pronounced as an Irish nickname? It’s a videocentric millennials-serving digital news ...
Companion article: Is the Washington Post Really the Newspaper of Record? Is Marty Baron Oscar-worthy? The Washington Post editor has already collected a shelf full of Pulitzers for his work at The Boston Globe and the Post. Now, ...
Try this experiment. Pick up your smartphone and check the weather app for your hometown. Now pick another city on your list. Now go to your mobile browser and check out the latest at POLITICO. Finally, send a test text message to a friend, ...
WWGD should be a best-selling T-shirt. “What Will Google Do?” slips into many a conversation, most of them private, as the search giant’s massive workforce can be trained on most any digital opportunity and produce a big impact, if only ...
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In five languages (English, Mandarin, Korean, Spanish, Portuguese and Russian) and two U.S. printing, “Newsonomics: Twelve Trends That Will Shape the News You Get” is the first Ken Doctor book.
Sign up here for notice of the new Newsonomics Readers.
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