The Associated Press will work with social media management platform SAM to launch the AP Social Newswire, a feed of user-generated content (UGC) being vetted and verified by AP's social media experts and editors across the globe.
The AP Social Newswire will allow customers to discover and inspect user-generated content as it comes into the AP newsroom, offering real-time access to the news agency's UGC verification process through the SAM platform.MORE
Poll after study after survey tells us readers will not read a story that's more than 15-20 inches long. They just won't.
So, what do you think they'll do with a story that's 60 inches long? With no visual.MORE
My son asked me some tough questions recently:
"Do you share this sense that, increasingly, there are two bubbles in America, and that neither has much real interest in learning about the other's perspective? Or maybe that doing so is actually approaching impossibility because of the fact that we're geographically and socially and economically so separated?
"And if so ... is there anything we can do about it?"
In my latest blog post, I did my best to answer him.MORE
A common element to the most effective editorials is that they leave an impression or prompt a reaction. In contrast, nondescript editorials are easily forgotten.MORE
By Sean Stroh, Editor & Publisher
When members of the Pennsylvania General Assembly returned to Harrisburg in January, a brand new print publication was waiting for them on their desks.
The first edition of The Caucus investigated why state employees who have been convicted of serious crimes, including homicide, are still collecting their pensions.
The Caucus, a weekly newspaper published by LNP Media Group, was formally launched on Jan. 3 to act as a watchdog of the state's government through longform investigative reporting and analysis.MORE
Here are 25 rules of news design that Ed Henninger teaches. There are more ... but these are among those he considers more important.MORE
Presteligence and Software Consulting Services, LLC, have announced a collaborative venture.
The first joint project is the integration between SCS's Scoop newsroom system with Presteligence's My News 360 web content management system for digital delivery to web and apps. The two systems seamlessly "talk" to each other in real time so a story's edits, assets and tags can be retrieved from any system at any time.MORE
The state of writing in newspapers is directly proportional to the amount of editing and direction that writers receive.MORE
By Tracy Clark, founder of the technology platform Reportory and a 2015-2016 RJI Fellow
Over the past year, an RJI fellow partnered with the Austin American-Statesman to compare e-newsletter content chosen by the readers to e-newsletter content selected by an editor. See what the paper learned. Does increased personalization of news content result in more satisfied customers?MORE
A client recently asked me to put together a presentation for his newspapers on nitty-gritty details that can make or break a design.
I came up with just a bit more than a couple dozen. But thinking about them more, I've now narrowed them down to a Top 10.
My thinking is that any one of these can make your design better, but leave one out and your design suffers.More
- Community: Stories that illuminate the lasting changes Cox is making for the people that live and work in Cox's communities.
- Entertainment: Stories that connect people to the hottest shows, movies, sports, places and names in today's culture.
- Technology: Stories that inform and connect people to enable moments that matter.
Let's face it: If you have a "new kid" doing design on your staff ... well, you'll have some design mistakes in your paper from time to time.
It takes a while – perhaps months – for the design rookie to learn what works and what doesn't. And during that time, he'll do some things that may make you cringe. It's OK – as long as you work with him to make sure he doesn't repeat them.
Here are "Top 10" mistakes you can watch for – and correct:More