Could reader comments be better organized? And how is the Deseret News increasing circulation and revenue?
Is one screen really better than two? Is six seconds of video enough time to do anything? And how could newsrooms be smarter with analytics?
How are new tools changing data journalism? And how does The New York Times executive editor encourage new ideas?
Which reporting apps should you have on your smartphone? And how might other newsrooms contribute to your online projects?
At the recent ASNE annual convention in Washington, DC, Orange County Register Editor Ken Brusic captured the attention of the audience with some surprising numbers.
What happens when the crowd controls the story? And how could Google Glass be used by reporters?
The Knight Foundation's Mike Maness shares his insights for the future of news with editors at ASNE.
How do the leader of The New York Times Company and the digital team at NPR envision the future?
News and commentary from around the Web of interest to journalism innovators and entrepreneurs
How can online video become interactive? What goes into a Google Glass app? And how might mobile devices enhance local TV news?
Is your mobile app offering the right features? Could your audience cover the news? And will radio survive in a world of Internet cars?
Futures Lab extra: 10 lessons on multiplatform publishing
Is your newsroom ready to publish on four platforms at once? Learn how one newsroom took on that challenge.
Is there a better way to manage freelancers? What can news organizations learn from companies like Netflix? And how could you foster more innovation in your newsroom?
Are e-books worth the effort? And what kind of journalism could be done via Reddit?
Can you connect with your audience in 6 seconds or less? And what can we learn from the world's most innovative companies?
Ideas. Experiments. Research. Solutions.
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