Details at this link via the BBC Media Centre.
“Avid news consumers are hungry for information wherever they are and expect to stay in touch on all the devices they now own. There’s been speculation for years that mainstream uptake of smartphones, laptops and tablets will have a negative… Read More ›
“…the New York Times’ hybrid model is constantly evolving, based on science and market evidence. With 640,000 digital subscriptions, it’s doing something right.” Article at this link via The Media Briefing.
FACEBOOK may have been set up with social interaction in mind, but it's emergence as a dominant supplier of news makes it a powerful resource for any publisher. Which was why I was drawn to this piece on Monday Note… Read More ›
THE iPad. Stylish, tactile and an industry game changer. There are those who continue to disagree, as is their right, but the iPad is now becoming more of a revolution among news consumers than simply an evolution. No? Well consider… Read More ›
ANYONE who's ever been hooked on Crackberry, Twitteritis or other gadget related addictions will no doubt appreciate elements of this article in the New York Times. If they can concentrate long enough, that is.
If social media exploded in popularity last year, 2010 could very well see it go supernova. This excellent video presentation from the guys over at socialnomics goes a long way to explaining why.
TECHNORATI'S latest State of the Blogosphere report crashed into my inbox the other day which was to be tomorrow's blog post. But since Emily Braham has done such a good job over at the Online Journalism Blog, I'll get back to… Read More ›