Tagged: Established media

67 percent of Americans think journalism is "out of touch" 1

67 percent of Americans think journalism is "out of touch"

The results of a recent We Media/Zogby Interactive poll shows that two thirds of the American respondents think that traditional journalism is “out of touch” with its audience and its needs. This despite the...

Swedish version of Nettby to launch – but what will it be called? 0

Swedish version of Nettby to launch – but what will it be called?

A Swedish version of the Norwegian community site Nettby is to be launched shortly. Nettby is a success story with over 500 000 members. Now there’s a call for Swedish name suggestions at the...

Joakim Jardenberg on dying papers and the future of journalism 1

Joakim Jardenberg on dying papers and the future of journalism

Joakim Jardenberg of Mindpark says that papers are dying. All trends show that. The last paper will be publised in April 2040 according to Philip Meyer. In Helsingborg newspaper reading has gone from 90...

Aftonbladet.se's articles link to blog posts 0

Aftonbladet.se's articles link to blog posts

Finally Aftonbladet has started to automatically link to blog posts linking to its articles. Certainly not first in Sweden, but in my opinion one step further than the others. Big disclaimer: I am very...

Traditional media steps out on YouTube 0

Traditional media steps out on YouTube

Swedish state television (SVT) now has a YouTube channel. Previously Norway’s state tv has established itself on YouTube too, along with the BBC, writes Martin Jönsson. Jönsson calls it a fumbling effort on SVT’s...

Danish media's move to web-first publishing 0

Danish media's move to web-first publishing

A year ago, Danish newspaper Politiken moved their newsdesk online. Now Berlingske Tidende is taking it one step further. ALL journalists are to work for the web edition as well as for print. Stories...

Reports from the SJF debate on user generated content 3

Reports from the SJF debate on user generated content

I haven’t had time to write about the SJF panel debate on citizen media the other day, so I was happy to see that Media Culpa and Andreas Aspegren have done the job for...

Geo-stories, the result of the Brighton multimedia project 0

Geo-stories, the result of the Brighton multimedia project

In December I wrote about the multimedia project in Brighton which is a collaboration between the University of Brighton, Nokia, Ymogen and the BBC. Today the result was released as Geo-stories, a set of...

Robin Hamman on the pilot BBC project in Manchester 2

Robin Hamman on the pilot BBC project in Manchester

The BBC is a media company in the forefront when it comes to working with its users, letting them contribute in different ways. One of their projects that I’ve been following for a while...

Verdens Gang: Online edition larger than the paper 1

Verdens Gang: Online edition larger than the paper

More people now read the Norwegian daily Verdens Gang on the net than read the paper edition, according to TNS Gallup. – It’s a milestone, says VG Nett editor Torry Pedersen to in an...

MTV Movie Awards adds new category for user-generated content 0

MTV Movie Awards adds new category for user-generated content

Mark Burnett Productions, Yahoo and MTV today announced a new category at the MTV Movie Awards for user-generated content, “Best Movie Spoof”. The clips are to be parodies of films from the past year....

Brazil's no. 1 online newspaper – and its bloggers | Guest post by Birgitta Wilén 3

Brazil's no. 1 online newspaper – and its bloggers | Guest post by Birgitta Wilén

Birgitta Wilén visits Folha Online in São Paulo, finds out about how they work with blogs, and ends up eating and talking about great food. I enjoyed reading Birgitta’s story and invited her to...