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Mark Zuckerberg held a public townhall Q&A session online

Mark Zuckerberg held a townhall question and answer session  last week where a slew of personalities asked him questions. Of course, what is relevant to us are the questions that relate to news and journalism. 492 more words

Journalism

Facebook plans to monetize video and share ad revenue with content creators

Facebook wants to monetize video… like YouTube! According to how the deal will work out, content creators will get 55% of ad revenue will Facebook will get 45%. 135 more words

Journalism

Cutting the cord: Who needs TV anymore?

In the past five years, millions of people have cancelled their television cable or satellite connection. Where are they getting their news and entertainment now? The Internet, of course!  236 more words

Journalism

The Fat Bidin Podcast (Ep 53) - TV news... when was the last time you watched it?

The Fat Bidin Podcast (Ep 53) – TV news… when was the last time you watched it?

Where does television news sit in the current media landscape? 44 more words

Journalism

Civic journalism: Forget audience measurement & focus on audience engagement instead

In a time when news organisations and journalists are so obsessed with metrics and audience measurements, maybe we need to step back and see what really matters… good, quality stories that actually engage the audience. 114 more words

Journalism

So TV isn't dead! But it depends on how you want to measure the numbers lah...

So I’ve always said that the Internet will lead the way when it comes to media and the news and TV will be left behind. What I actually mean is that TV will now have to be repurpose to stay relevant. 213 more words

Journalism

Twitter wants to be news publishers too with Project Lightning

Twitter’s new Project Lightning plans have  been creating buzz all around even though it is still in it’s development stage and it may take many months before it is ready to be launched.  306 more words

Journalism