How is technology making it easier to get an audience at home to be part of a live broadcast?
What does it mean to put mobile first? And is your newsroom doing that?
How is Cinematique adapting video to take advantage of touch screens? And how can sensors enable new kinds of reporting?
What if anyone could combine video from multiple smartphones? And are there better ways to manage user-generated content?
How could user comments be made more useful for both audience members and journalists?
Reynolds Fellow Trina Chiasson’s Kickstarter campaign for her interactive infographic web app has been named one of the “14 Kickstarter Projects We’re Excited For in 2014,” by Mashable.
How can newsrooms turn social media fragments into community journalism? And are you thinking enough like a startup?
Will Internet giants like Yahoo dominate the future of news? Or will it be news-related startups like Ozy?
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?
What happens when the crowd controls the story? And how could Google Glass be used by reporters?
Is your mobile app offering the right features? Could your audience cover the news? And will radio survive in a world of Internet cars?
Are e-books worth the effort? And what kind of journalism could be done via Reddit?
News and commentary from around the Web of interest to journalism innovators and entrepreneurs
How can we harness the power of the crowd for reporting news? Or for getting information about crime?
Which future trends are likely to affect your newsroom? And what are consumer brands doing that newsrooms could learn from?
How can journalists use social media to dig deeper into issues to make stories richer and audiences bigger?
News and commentary from around the web of interest to journalism innovators and entrepreneurs
News and commentary of interest to journalism innovators and entrepreneurs
A collection of recaps of Block by Block 2012 posted by attendees.
Ideas. Experiments. Research. Solutions.
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