Category: Digital Native Media

Latin American and Spanish news sites experiment to reach audience and finance quality journalism

(*)For other coverage of the 10th Ibero American Colloquium for Digital Journalism, please see below. In a global context in which the demand for traditional newspapers decreases and in which the use of information and communication technologies grows, journalists are forced to develop ingenious ways in which to deliver their products. Especially in the last …  Read More

Periodistas de Iberoamérica comparten proyectos de innovación en el Coloquio de Periodismo Digital

(Este artículo cubre a la mitad de los periodistas que participaron en el Coloquio. Por favor, revise nuestro sitio para la otra parte de la cobertura.) La innovación se está abriendo cada vez más camino en los medios tradicionales y digitales del mundo de habla hispana gracias a interesantes proyectos periodísticos de América Latina y …  Read More

Digital journalism startups shared their experiences at the Ibero-American Colloquium

View video from the startups session at SembraMedia’s site: New digital native media outlets are proliferating throughout Latin America. They have been created by journalists who have become entrepreneurs, driven by necessity—oppression from governments, crisis in traditional media, different types of censorship—or because they felt a drive to innovate online. Some of these entrepreneurial …  Read More

Startups de periodismo digital compartieron sus experiencias en Coloquio Iberoamericano

Vea los videos de las presentaciones de startups en la página de SembraMedia: Nuevos medios nativos digitales están proliferando por toda América Latina. Han sido creados por periodistas que se transformaron en emprendedores, impulsados por una necesidad – opresión de los gobiernos, crisis en los medios tradicionales, algún tipo de censura – o porque sentían …  Read More

News startups and new business models innovate in search for sustainability

Watch video of the news startups panel discussion at ISOJ 2017. To close the 18th International Symposium on Online Journalism (ISOJ), journalists and researchers put news startups and sustainability at center stage. Aron Pilhofer, James B. Steele Chair in Journalism Innovation at Temple University, moderated the panel, “News startups and new business models: Innovation in …  Read More

ISOJ audience hears Axios’ Jim VandeHei emphasize the need for news outlets’ departments to work together

Watch video of Jim VandeHei’s keynote presentation or his discussion with Jennifer Preston. Axios co-founder and CEO Jim VandeHei kicked off the first day of the 18th International Symposium on Online Journalism (ISOJ) with a call for news outlets to embrace “synchronicity,” all departments — business, editorial, advertising and technology — working together for the …  Read More

Digital journalism offers challenges and opportunities for women leaders and entrepreneurs

In a traditionally male-dominated world, women are breaking barriers in entrepreneurship. This was the focus of a panel at the 16th International Symposium on Online Journalism (ISOJ) where six women, leaders from around the world in online journalism, discussed how they are revolutionizing the news media as well as the challenges they face along the …  Read More

PolicyMic’s Jake Horowitz says millenials care about news

  At the 15th International Symposium on Online Journalism, PolicyMic Editor-in-Chief Jake Horowitz said that contrary to common belief, young people are interested in news. According to Horowitz, the real issue is the media not connecting with millenials. “Mainstream media can do a lot more to empower my generation,” Horowitz said. According to Horowitz, millenials want a different …  Read More

Data Journalism: Links to ISOJ’s Best

2Want to learn more about the speakers on the panel “The new narrative: How data is changing the way we tell stories online?” Here are links to their social media, websites and projects.Brian Boyer – Applications editor at Chicago Tribune Twitter: @brianboyer His latest project: Panda Project, a data organizing application for newsrooms funded by …  Read More

Attracting the Scanning Eyes of Younger Readers

Rosellen Downey, Erika Johnson, and Bailey Brewer, University of Missouri: Through the lens: Visual framing of the Japan tsunami in U.S., British, and Chinese online media After the tsunami in Japan, China had the most abundant news coverage out of United States, British and Chinese online media. On the day of the natural disaster, Rosellen Downey …  Read More