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The Future of the News Business: A Monumental Twitter Stream All in One Place | Andreessen Horowitz
I am more bullish about the future of the news industry over the next 20 years than almost anyone I know. You are going to see it grow 10X to 100X from where it is today. That is my starting point for any discussion about the future of journalism. Here’s why I believe it, and how we will get there.
journalism  news  prediction 
september 2014 by tysone
No, I'm not going to download your app
How we read news in the era of stupid pointless iPhone apps.
forsnd  news  reading  design 
february 2013 by tysone
The one chart that should scare the hell out of print media | Poynter.
Venture capitalist Mary Meeker presented her annual analysis of Internet trends Wednesday at the D10 conference, and among the dozens of charts is this one showing the steep imbalance between where people spend their time and where advertisers spend their money:
prediction  news 
may 2012 by tysone
Viewing the UC Davis Pepper Spraying from Multiple Angles - Waxy.org
I was stunned and appalled by the UC Davis Police spraying protestors, but struck by how many brave, curious people recorded the events. I took the four clearest videos and synchronized them. Citizen journalism FTW. Sources below.
ucdavis  ows  police  news 
november 2011 by tysone
Google News founder Krishna Bharat
“When journalists think they’re producing content, pure and simple, they’re wrong,” Bharat said — in the same way that a Starbucks barista thinking she simply produces coffee is wrong. “You think you’re there for coffee, but you’re really there for the full experience” — the music, the collegiality, the reading space, the aroma, the brand. You pay for coffee, sure; but “the whole experience is what counts.”
news  google  prediction  journalism  forsnd  from delicious
april 2011 by tysone
Who is The Daily trying to reach? What problem is it trying to solve? » Nieman Journalism Lab » Pushing to the Future of Journalism
But I must confess I came away from the announcement a little underwhelmed — not just because the app seems a little laggy and unresponsive (that’s fixable), but because I’m not sold that there’s a vision for who, exactly, The Daily is trying to reach and what problem, exactly, it’s trying to solve.
thedaily  murdoch  news  journalism  ipad  from delicious
february 2011 by tysone
PolitiFact | Does PolitiFact seek 'the comfort of the middle ground'?
Half Trues are often unsatisfying, the PolitiFact equivalent of a tie game.

But it’s silly to suggest we were seeking a safe “middle ground.”
politifact  news  huffingtonpost 
july 2010 by tysone
Cartagen: NEWSFLOW
NEWSFLOW is a dynamic, real-time map of news reporting, which displays both the latest top stories as well as the news organizations which covered them.
forsnd  news  visualization  maps 
march 2010 by tysone
Reporting on a Scarcity of Reporting Without Reporting - Media Decoder Blog - NYTimes.com
"the new news paradigm has more and more pilot fish, and fewer and fewer whales. Each of us in our own way is under pressure to deliver content, lots of it, during a time when the actual value of content is going down and its shelf life can be measured in minutes."
news  journalism  nytimes  david_carr 
january 2010 by tysone
The Top 10 Stories You Missed in 2009 - By Joshua Keating | Foreign Policy
Sometimes it's the page A14 stories -- the ones that never see the light of cable news or take a second life in the blogosphere -- that tell you the most about what happened during any given year. From a naval alliance that could shift the military balance of power on two continents to a troubling security gap in the U.S. passport system to a brand-new way to circle the globe, these are the stories that never got the attention they deserved in 2009 but could dominate the conversation in 2010.
2009  news  prediction 
december 2009 by tysone
feltron — In conjunction with the relaunch of their website,...
In conjunction with the relaunch of their website, CNN asked me to examine their web statistics and create a visual record of the site’s last 13 years.
visualization  cnn  history  news_design  news  feltron  forsnd 
november 2009 by tysone
The Three Tides of Jack Shafer's Daily News Cycle
"There is a whole range of news consumer satisfaction to be found between premature ejaculation and coitus interruptus."
slate  news  journalism 
september 2009 by tysone
MYTimes
News you should read. Collected by Ted Roden
nytimes  news  aggregation  curation 
may 2009 by tysone
Don’t Blame Mother Nature for the Crash - Room for Debate Blog - NYTimes.com
I can tell you that a small corps of very smart professionals out there are devising ingenious ways to keep mallards and MD-80s from meeting. They use Doppler radar that, as one expert told me, “measures the amount of meat in the air.”
news  nature  aviation 
january 2009 by tysone
Link By Link - Spinning a Web of Lies at Digital Speed - NYTimes.com
Markets exist to convert good information into profitable investments. And, in their deep agnosticism, they also exist to allow false information to create quick profits. During that brief window, false information may in fact be easier to exploit — it shows up just in time, and purports to answer the questions on everyone’s mind.
media  news  journalism  lies  culture 
october 2008 by tysone
BuzzMachine » Blog Archive » The building block of journalism is no longer the article
The old building block of journalism — the article — is proving to be inadequate in the current onslaught of news. I’ll argue here that the new building block is the topic.
journalism  newspapers  community  news 
october 2008 by tysone
Design View / Andy Rutledge - Times New Omen
Our part would be to design how The NYT sports page would look a few years into the future. Now, the star of the show is not our page design; it’s the Aurora browser concept. But I thought it might be fun to examine the Times design all the same.
news  design  nytimes  webdesign 
august 2008 by tysone
Davenetics* : Do What You’re Great At
They know what they’re great at. They are great at news. When it comes to news, they absolutely crush Google. So here’s a whacky idea my Yahoo friends. Why not define yourself by your news services and the other stuff where you destroy the competition
yahoo  strategy  news 
june 2008 by tysone
At Google, Slow Growth in News Site - NYTimes.com
Google blamed a technical problem for the delay and said it was not a sign that its news site, whose content is compiled entirely by computer programs, lacks timeliness.
google  news  journalism 
june 2008 by tysone
YouTube - GOOD Magazine: Lara Logan
Lara Logan is breaking stories and barriers in the world of network news.
video  news  iraq 
june 2008 by tysone
YouTube - What We Call The News
Celebrities in rehab, political punditry and a mauling at the zoo - this is what we're calling news these days!
video  youtube  journalism  news 
may 2008 by tysone
Can’t Grasp Credit Crisis? Join the Club - New York Times
I spent a good part of the last few days calling people on Wall Street and in the government to ask one question, “Can you try to explain this to me?” When they finished, I often had a highly sophisticated follow-up question: “Can you try again?”
news  economy  finance 
march 2008 by tysone
Prostitution Facts
Marc Rabinowitz's project at the School of Visual Arts Graduate Design Program invites us to imagine the stark statistics of prostitution in a familiar form and inserted amidst the escort service ads in any city tabloid.
culture  news  prostitution 
march 2008 by tysone
"How News Shapes Our World" -- Alisa Miller on Global News
Americans seem to know less and less about the world around them, their many connections to it, and the complexities and interrelationships between major issues
media  news  journalism  globalism 
march 2008 by tysone
Buzzwatch : Spitzer News Sends Internet Users Into Search Overdrive
Queries related to Gov. Spitzer and the prostitution story accounted for nine of the top 10 “hot trend” words and phrases, as the screenshot below indicates.
news  google  search 
march 2008 by tysone
The Shirt Project
We diagram the news on shirts. These t-shirts are available by subscription, like a newspaper.
visualization  news  design  tshirts 
january 2008 by tysone

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