• Putting the audience at the center of immersive journalism

    Putting the audience at the center of immersive journalism
    January 10, 2019

    VR and 360° video are attractive to journalists because the product promises to put the audience in the middle of news events. For immersive journalism to reach its potential, we must put the audience at the center of the production process.
  • Media lies and Brexit: A double hammer-blow to Europe and ethical journalism

    Media lies and Brexit: A double hammer-blow to Europe and ethical journalism
    January 18, 2017

    Ever since it joined the European Union Britain has had the most eurosceptic press in the Brussels-based club. Its two top-selling papers, The Sun and the Daily Mail, are rabidly anti-EU, reporting on it with a mixture of hostility, mockery and contempt.
  • My internet, my right

    My internet, my right
    November 8, 2016

    For me, using the internet was like crossing a threshold into a new world. I had just arrived from Cuba, where having a computer was unthinkable, let alone accessing the web.
  • MediaShift Podcast 198: Snapchat Algorithm for Content?; The Guardian Loses Its Way

    MediaShift Podcast
    MediaShift Podcast 198: Snapchat Algorithm for Content?; The Guardian Loses Its Way
    May 20, 2016

    In this week’s news, Snapchat considers adding an algorithm to its feed; Twitter might expand its character limit — in a way that would actually please users; and Facebook will turn your panoramic pictures into immersive 360 photos.