A world where interconnected devices can sense and respond to our activity and emotions may be closer than you think.
What can other newsrooms learn from nonprofit news organizations about partnerships and engagement?
What if you could reassemble a source’s social media footprint all in one place? Or easily track what people do on a specific Web page?
How can a newsroom track the effect it has on the community? And could poets and playwrights help reshape journalism?
Tandoc and RJI researcher Mike Jenner conducted a survey among 114 members of the American Society of News Editors to figure out the reach of Web analytics in newsrooms.
"We shouldn't be optimizing for people’s index fingers, we should be optimizing for their minds."
What kind of metrics should a newsroom be measuring now and in the future?
How are software tools helping news organizations spot stories happening in real-time, as well as in the future?
Do you know which story types get the most traffic on your site? Or how to keep track of stories across platforms?
Perhaps the biggest buzz at this year’s ONA convention was Gannett and its Des Moines Register’s “Harvest of Change” series of stories that capitalized on interactive viewing using the Oculus VR headset.
What tech trends are likely to affect journalism in the coming years? And are you focusing enough on audience behaviors?
Why are social shares more important than page views? And how did online quizzes take off?
What attributes make a video go viral? And how are brands curating news content for their customers?
Welcome to RJI’s new newsletter system. We’re implementing a new management system in July that will allow you to subscribe to one or more of our newsletters and updates based on your interests.
What media innovations could a roomful of journalists and programmers build in 37 hours? Take a look.
What if your logo appeared in photos shared on Facebook? And do you know who exactly spreads your content via social media?
Even though Western music and movies are a major export to the Middle East, many people there support censoring these programs if they are deemed offensive.
How is technology making it easier to get an audience at home to be part of a live broadcast?
What can news organizations learn from Google? And how is the company trying to help the news industry?
Is a fully automated world really that far off? And what if you could easily search for words or phrases inside media files?
Ideas. Experiments. Research. Solutions.
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