BuzzFeed: “Nuestra audiencia en AmĂ©rica latina se triplicĂł en el Ăşltimo año” – Apertura.com

El medio, reconocido por sus listas de cultura web, presenta su versiĂłn en español. Antes de llegar a Buenos Aires para su lanzamiento Ben Smith, editor en jefe del sitio, hablĂł con Apertura.com en sus nuevas oficinas de Nueva York. Son los Ăşltimos dĂ­as del verano boreal en las nuevas oficinas de BuzzFeed en Manhattan, el site […]

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You won’t believe which media company just launched a BuzzFeed-inspired microsite – Nieman Journalism Lab

On Monday morning, a grumpy garden gnome introduced Ezra Klein’s newest addition to the Internet: Know More, “a site for people who like learning stuff.” It’s a simple grid of images, looking not unlike Pinterest. (Or Fuego. Or Topicly. Image-heavy grids are in these days.) Eight to 10 times a day, Klein and reporter/Know More point man Dylan Matthews will post an image macro, video, […]

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What makes the Texas Tribune’s event business so successful? – Nieman Journalism Lab

The Austin-based news nonprofit is on track to generate a record $1.2 million in revenue from its events this year, including The Texas Tribune Festival, which starts today. What’s the formula? By Justin Ellis When The Texas Tribune launched in 2009, Evan Smith says the nonprofit news site was in a “proof by assertion” stage. The assertion, in this case, was that […]

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Journalism is curation: tips on curation tools and techniques | Online Journalism Blog

Curation is a relatively new term in journalism, but the practice is as old as journalism itself. Every act of journalism is an act of curation: think of how a news report or feature selects and combines elements from a range of sources (first hand sources, background facts, first or second hand colour). Not only that: every act […]

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Four Ways Social Media is Changing Journalism – Yahoo! Small Business Advisor

Header image courtesy of PBS.org Seconds after the first bomb exploded at the 2013 Boston marathon, social media erupted. In minutes, media giants like The Boston Globe were harvesting content from thousands of sources on the ground; verifying and broadcasting information at unprecedented rates. The ensuing manhunt led to the most profound example how social media is altering […]

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How some news orgs use Tumblr | Poynter.

What do you do with a blog service full of cat GIFs and memes? If you’re Yahoo, you buy it for $1.1 billion. If you’re a media outlet, you use Tumblr as an extension of your brand. Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer and Tumblr Chief Executive David Karp. (AP Photo/Frank Franklin II) The platform, founded by David […]

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Does Vine’s Future Success Lie With Old Media?

Since it first came onto the scene in January, Vine was hyped up as a game changer with massive potential. The app that would really bring video sharing to the masses and since it’s backed by Twitter, it would give it a significant push that the majority of apps could only dream of. But it’s […]

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More Twitter Chatter Correlates to Higher TV Ratings, Study Reveals – Mashable

A new study reveals that more Twitter chatter correlates to higher television ratings. By analyzing tweets about live TV, Nielsen and SocialGuide found that Twitter is one of three “statistically significant variables” to influence ratings. The other two factors are a show’s ratings from the previous year and advertising spending. “While prior-year rating accounts for the lion’s share of the variability in TV ratings, […]

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How Twitter won the social media battle for journalism – The Wall Blog

Polis, the journalism think-tank at the LSE, has published an in-depth report looking at the value of social media to journalism, specifically public service broadcasting, and it highlights how Twitter has come to dominate news. As the report puts it, Twitter plays a more important role in newsgathering than Facebook, which is much more about […]

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Publicidad ‘disfrazada’ de noticia genera debate en los Estados Unidos – Knight Center for Journalism in the Americas

Un tipo de publicidad que está ganando popularidad en los medios digitales está causando polĂ©mica en los Estados Unidos. Ben Smith, editor-jefe de BuzzFeed, y el veterano bloguero Andrew Sullivan discutieron sobre la Ă©tica periodĂ­stica detrás de la denominada ‘publicidad nativa’ en un debate moderado por Derek Thompson de The Atlantic. La publicidad nativa, tambiĂ©n […]

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