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Los principales medios lanzan plataforma de publicidad programática premium

June 20, 2016

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Perfil junto a Clarín, Infobae, La Nación y Telefe se unen a través de la nueva compañía RPA Media Place para mejorar la propuesta de valor a usuarios y anunciantes de sus plataformas digitales.

Hurricane Isaac, Times-Picayune e-edition

August 30, 2012

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by Andrew Beaujon Published Aug. 30, 2012 9:10 am UpdatedAug. 30, 2012 11:16 am Any day a hurricane hits the Gulf Coast, the Times-Picayune’s front page is a must-peek. But Thursday’s front page is missing from the Newseum’s “Today’s Front Pages” feature. Did the presses stop early? No, says Ricky Mathews, the paper’s publisher. He […]

urgent…Newsweek abandoning print edition for digital?

July 25, 2012

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You may have heard rumors recently along the lines of Newsweek, arguably one of the two top news and current-affairs magazines in the US, preparing to cease print publication and transition into a digital-only proposition very soon. If not, you’re one of the few; as if part of a high-powered game of Telephone, the idea […]

10 Waypoints Tagged to the Future of News By Bill Mitchell

November 16, 2011

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As I finished reading this final chapter, I found myself visualizing pins on a map. Some mark the datelines of stories recounted here. Others show the taglines from the top of those articles, each suggesting a way-point for navigating the future of news. Reviewing those tags revealed no single, overriding theme. Indeed, our attempt to […]

Digital Technology Fuels both Oppressive Governments and Media Freedom in Arab World By Daoud Kuttab – Technology changed the history of media in Arab countries by offering alternatives to government controlled communications.

November 16, 2011

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Digital Technology Fuels both Oppressive Governments and Media Freedom in Arab World By Daoud Kuttab Technology changed the history of media in Arab countries by offering alternatives to government controlled communications. While technology has made a considerable contribution to media throughout the globe, it has had a unique impact in the Arab world. But this […]

Digital Publishing Empowering a New Technology in Russia, but is it Journalism? By Andrei Soldatov

November 16, 2011

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Digital Publishing Empowering a New Technology in Russia, but is it Journalism? By Andrei Soldatov Lack of newsroom resources has left most Russian news sites unable to provide substantial independent journalism. Instead, they’re limited to aggregation of news produced by the country’s newspapers. The Supreme Court recently provided some legal protection to online operations, but […]

Media in India Poised to Grow Rapidly By Rajesh Kalra

November 16, 2011

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Media in India Poised to Grow Rapidly By Rajesh Kalra Media in India is on the verge of a major shift, as literacy increases, and computers and connectivity penetrate rural areas and citizen journalism rises. It is never easy to gaze into the future un less, of course, you are Paul the Octopus and get […]