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Topic “technology”

ISOJ panelists showcase drones, sensors, bots and other innovative journalism tools

The first group of panelists for the 15th International Symposium for Online Journalism was not shy about showcasing their wearable sensor gadgets, story-writing algorithms, wrist-mounted cameras and even a remote-controlled drone.  Read more »


Amid debate over relevance of journalism schools, foundations call for "teaching hospital" model of education in U.S.

An open letter to U.S. university presidents from a group of foundations that fund journalism initiatives called on journalism and communications schools to adopt a "teaching hospital" model of education, according to the Knight Blog. Read more »


ISOJ speaker discusses the fusion of content and technology in the newsroom

In his keynote speech titled “Rethinking newsrooms – why the intersection of technology and content is our next challenge,” Raju Narisetti, Managing Editor of the Wall Street Journal Digital Network, stressed that journalists should find ways to bring technology and content together to create an exciting experience for the audience. Read more »


Growth in popularity of handheld devices leads to growth in readership

With the recent increase in popularity of mobile technology, the percentage of people getting their news from mobile devices such as iPads, tablets, and e-readers, is also on a steady incline. Consequently, not only is the number of readers using these devices as gateways for daily news increasing, but also the percentage of news circulation, overall, is on the rise, according to new research from the Pew Internet and American Life Project released April 5. Read more »


New website launches with tools for public affairs reporting

With slightly more than a week under its belt, the new Reporters' Lab website is aiming to arm reporters with the tools, techniques, and research to better cover stories of public interest, hold the government accountable, and preserve investigative reporting. Read more »


Steve Jobs: Apple and its troubled relationship with the press

A week after Steve Jobs died, reporters, bloggers and commentators are still analyzing how Apple technologies have changed the way we communicate and live. Considering the mark he left on the world of media and gadgets, it is worth examining how Jobs, 56 when he died, dealt with the press. Read more »



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