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Topic “online and digital journalism”

I, Reporter: Robots in the Newsroom

Facebook's re-designed News Feed promises to be a "personalized newspaper"

Screenshot of sharing features as part of Facebook's revamped News Feed. Source: Facebook + Journalists

The Atlantic's request for freelancer to write pro bono hits a nerve

​Most journalists that go freelance understand that they’re walking away from the benefits and financial stability a staff writing job offers but they also expect to get paid something. Read more »

Univision News to provide simultaneous translations into Spanish during ISOJ

The news division of the Hispanic TV network Univision will provide simultaneous translations from English to Spanish for the sessions of the 14th International Symposium on Online Journalism, which will take place on April 19 and 20 at the University of Texas at Austin.  Read more »

Ecuadorian website claims government was behind cyber-attack's website is still offline.

Reporter who tried to prohibit retweets now threatens to sue others over use of Twitter images

Screen shot 2013-02-06 at 2.05Screenshot of Buhl's Twitter profile with the disclaimer, "No Tweets Are Publishable." The Knight Center removed the images in Buhl's profile from this screenshot upon her request.

Twitter's new video app Vine: The next big thing in social media newsgathering?

Vine, a new app from Twitter, could be the next big thing in social media newsgathering, according to some media watchers. Released on Jan. 24, the so-called “Instagram for video,” allows users to capture six-second looping videos and share them on TwitterRead more »


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