RJI links 5.11.12

By Brian Steffens on May 11, 2012 0 Comments Ideas

National Survey: 50.4% Of U.S. Mobile Subscribers Own Smartphones

nielsen wire

 

 


Why Publishers Don’t Choose Apps To Develop Media On Mobile Devices

technology review

 

 

 


Digital First Media’s CEO John Paton: Newspapers Have Key Advantages In Transition  To Online Powerhouse

MercuryNews.com

 

 


Paid Content Providers May Embrace A Brighter Future

Barron's

 

 


The Global Mail: Philanthropically Funded News Site—A New Era Or A Passing Fad?

mUmBRELLA

 

 


The Future Of Journalism: Death Or Renascence?

GIGAOM

 

 


Newspapers Offering Better Video Content Than TV Stations

TVNewsCheck

 

 


LA Times Developer Launches Crowd-funding Online Archive For Newspaper Home Pages

The Wall Street Journal

 

 


Digital First Media To Launch 12 New Community Newsroom Projects To Involve Its Local Readers

NetNewsCheck

 

 


Nikki Usher: Small Newspaper Publishers’ False Optimism

Nieman Journalism Lab

 


How Can We Use Pinterest? Tips For Journalists And Newsrooms

The Buttry Diary

 

 


Ongo: The Year-Old Pan-Media Subscription System Shuts Down

Nieman Journalism Lab

 


Will Magazine/Newspaper Apps Die?

GIGAOM

 

 


“What’s Next?”—Wilkinson Closes The 82nd INMA World Congress

inma

 

 


Rob O’Regan’s Blog: It’s Too Early To Predict Apps’ Death

emedia vitals

 

 


Facts About Chorus: Next Generation Publishing Platform

TechCrunch

 

 


Four Panelists Talk About Digital Subscription Strategies At 82nd INMA World Congress

inma

 

 


Alt-Weeklies’ Innovative Ways In Times Of Crisis

Poynter

 

 


3 Top Features of Google Analytics That Might Be Overlooked

Search Engine Watch

 

 

 


Paper’s Civil War Offers Other Media Outlets Opportunities To Grab Digital Audience

NetNewsCheck

 

 


Jim Chisholm Urged To Promote Capitalization On Print’s Position In Media Value Chain

inma

 

 


Facebook Launches An App Store To Promote Social Apps On Network

GIGAOM

 

 


Q & A: Cheezburger’s CEO Ben Huh

Nieman Journalism Lab

 


What’s Your Mobile Marketing Strategy?

Editor & Publisher

 


Do Young People Read Newspapers?

npr

 

 

 


9 Points About Charging Digital Customers

Nieman Journalism Lab

 


Rob O’Regan’s Blog: Examples Of Innovative Approaches To Tablet Ads

emedia vitals

 

 


National Survey: 50.4% Of U.S. Mobile Subscribers Own Smartphones

nielsen wire

 

 


The contracting newspaper ad industry

Reflections of a Newsosaur

 


Storytelling slideshows to drive traffic

The Atlantic

 

 

 


iPad app brings traffic to Brazil’s O Globo

Nieman Journalism Lab

 


The Economist in digital and print will charge the same price

The Drum

 

 

 


Globe and Mail will charge for online content

Reuters

 

 


Study shows execs are the heaviest users of mobile apps

Research Brief
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