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10,5 prompts on how (and why) to use listicles for your blog

  1. “Listicle” comes from “list + article”

Listicle is a short article written in the form of a list. You have most likely seen them with titles like “10 Amazing Facts About Spider-Man” or “7 Of The Oldest Pieces Of Art Ever Created”. 671 more words

Emancipation Of Authorship

Monday roundup: Data skills, Apple Watch, Ground Signal and digital editors meet

Here’s a round-up of some of the latest industry developments, Operation Elvedon, cool tools and a date for your diary…

Data skills are essential for any journalist nowadays, and if you’re not so confident with numbers it’s never too late to start learning. 191 more words

Multimedia Journalism

Apple Watch to boost 'glance journalism'

By Rob Lever, Source : phys.org

Most traditional news organizations failed to successfully navigate to the Web, but now have an opportunity with mobile and smart watches.But media organizations need to find the right formula for delivering short news alerts and notifications without being obtrusive or annoying. 829 more words

Lead Line

The Quantum Theory of Mass Media (II). Content: a shift from chunks to a flow

The internet has shifted the news from a portioned to a streamed mode of consumption. A news feed in social media is an example of such an information stream. 628 more words

Media Ecology

I Believe... Journalism Will Survive

I believe…

  1. I believe that the biggest opportunity facing news organizations today is the access they now have to instant news stories from millions of people around the world.
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YOU have to choose, THEY don't care

Waves of technology are eroding our foundation. They threaten our traditional journalistic home. Survival dictates we move. And we have to move quickly. We can do what we must to adapt and – ideally – thrive. 4,669 more words