andrewspittle + laurenrabaino   8

On the oversaturation of news sources
In other words, you aren't going to create the innovative journalism company of the next 10 years by finding additional sources. You'll do it through reinventing the consumption experience, finding new ways to engage users, and curating the really valuable content.
LaurenRabaino  journalism  innovation  business 
february 2011 by andrewspittle
If Zucks hadn’t created it, someone of my generation would have made Facebook
"If Mark Zuckerburg hadn’t invented Facebook or Tom Whats-his-name hadn’t invented Myspace, someone would have created them anyway and a very similar product would have resulted because that is the natural progression of the web."
LaurenRabaino  webapps  software  Facebook 
february 2011 by andrewspittle
Carnival of Journalism: Universities for information in communities
"Does this all sound familiar? It’s like a blog network of the academia breed. If it really takes off and becomes successful, monetize the university blogs and do a rev-share, in which you can start to pay some of those people within the university who continue to provide unique content, which brings in more readers, which brings in more money, etc."
LaurenRabaino  journalism  CarnivalofJournalism  information  college  knowledgemanagement 
january 2011 by andrewspittle
College Publisher to start charging and supporting WordPress
Lauren's thoughts about the surprising move by College Media Network to support WordPress installations.
LaurenRabaino  WordPress  journalism  CollegePublisher 
december 2010 by andrewspittle
Applying multimedia skills to non-multimedia jobs
Lauren writes about how multimedia skills are useful outside of just reporting a story.
journalism  LaurenRabaino 
november 2010 by andrewspittle
Kinetic typography as a storytelling technique
Lauren Rabaino's first post on 10000 Words about kinetic typography. Lots of great examples.
LaurenRabaino  typography  design  journalism 
october 2010 by andrewspittle

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