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Commission to probe how Facebook, Google hurt quality journalism

By Max Mason, Source :Financial Review

Australian Competition and Consumer Commission will examine the impact of Facebook and Google vacuuming up advertising dollars on access to quality news, as the Silicon Valley giants benefit from content made by traditional media companies with falling revenue. 376 more words

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Its VIDEOCRACY : How YouTube shapes modern culture

Book Review by CHITRA NARAYANAN, Source : The Hoot

Book : Videocracy
How YouTube is Changing the World…with Double Rainbows, Singing Foxes, and Other Trends We Can’t Stop Watching… 1,579 more words

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A survival guide to international freelancing

By Yardena Schwartz, Source :Columbia Journalism Review

AS THE NEWS INDUSTRY LURCHES from one existential crisis to another, one bright spot has emerged for those of us crazy enough to consider it: freelancing. 2,217 more words

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2018 : Tech Trends For Journalism and Media

Future Today Institute have  just released its 2018 Tech Trends For Journalism Report––FTI’s first industry-specific analysis of emerging technology trends. It follows the same approach as its popular annual trends report, now in its 10th year with more than 6 million cumulative views. 440 more words

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Will robots automate our journalism jobs?

BY MELODY KRAMER, Source : Poynter

In the past year, a number of articles have come out warning us that robots are going to replace our livelihoods.  2,041 more words

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TIME : Sold Out

By Howard R. Gold Source : Columbia Journalism Review

The sale highlights the inability of the country’s largest magazine publisher by revenues to succeed as a standalone company after Time Warner spun it off in 2014, despite legendary titles like Time, Sports Illustrated, and People. 1,126 more words

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PRINT DIGITAL: Local newspaper's past and future and why comms should be bothered

I saw the past and I saw the future of newspapers within a few days of each other.

The past? A glorious documentary on the Birmingham Evening Mail from 1993. 593 more words