Archive for category Media
Predictions of the death of print have been around for while, but there’s nothing like walking into a really well-stocked newsagents to make you consider the medium anew.
As newspapers like the New York Times take a leaf out of the magazine playbook and indie-published titles flourish, it’s no wonder there are suggestions 2017 could mark another turning point in print’s fortunes. Read the rest of this entry »
What it seems to mean, certainly in recent months, is that virtual reality is pretty much everywhere as far as media and technology efforts go. Read the rest of this entry »
Against this backdrop Google has set up new online course, Making Sense of Data, that it says is “intended for anyone who wants to learn more about how to structure, visualise, and manipulate data”. Read the rest of this entry »
— Colin Byrne (@capbyrne) February 25, 2014
Being first with the news is still something for journalists to strive for, even in today’s media-saturated world, according to Kay Burley.
Whether to push yourself, or just to be able to say you’re ‘first with the news’, the Sky News presenter said being the first to break a story is still important. Read the rest of this entry »
— The Intercept (@the_intercept) February 10, 2014
Just what does a digital magazine actually look like? They so frequently come as what a friend of mine once termed ‘those flicky-pagey-turney-things’ that it might take a while to adjust to The Intercept.
Launched a little over a week ago by a founding team that includes Glenn Greenwald, one of the award-winning journalists behind the Edward Snowden/NSA stories, it arrived with a mission “to provide aggressive and independent adversarial journalism”. Read the rest of this entry »