Monthly Archives: November 2010

Giving readers data means stories don’t have endings – just evolutions

I found this from the New York Times interesting not just because of the high levels of engagement that it led to, but also because readers were actively comparing the respective results, as well as the data they had used … Continue reading

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Tips, tools, hints and advice: Reflecting on a presentation to LJMU journalism students

Today was spent talking with students.First up were two groups of PR students from Edge Hill university, whom I spent the morning chatting to about the working ways of newspapers and journalists, and the different opportunities for PR professionals to … Continue reading

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Society of Editors conference 2010: Notes from the future is ours – 2020 Vision What will the media look like in 2020

The future is ours – 2020 Vision What will the media look like in 2020? An opportunity for senior editors to outline their vision for the media in the future.Chaired by: Alastair Stewart, Presenter, ITV NewsJohn Mullin, Editor, Independent on … Continue reading

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Society of Editors conference 2010: Notes from Winning Online and In Print session, Presentation and Q&A with Martin Clarke, Publisher, MailOnline

Notes from Winning Online and In Print session at Society of Editors conference 2010 Presentation and Q&A with Martin Clarke, Publisher, MailOnline.MailOnline 10% of traffic via Facebook; it is second biggest referrer to the site after Google. Re sending links … Continue reading

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Society of Editors conference 2010: Notes from the What is the Audience sesision

What is our audience – Chaired by: Steve Hewlett, Presenter, The Media Show, BBC Radio 4Jim Chisholm, Media consultant and analystMike Ironside, Chief Executive, National Readership SurveyStewart Purvis, Professor of Television Journalism, City University London Jim Chisholm’s claims:People spend 30 … Continue reading

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Making newspapers – as addictive as ever

Image via WikipediaThis hasn’t been the most updated blog recently but that’s because, for a while, I found myself doing two jobs. I’m back doing just the one now but it’s a bit different to what I’ve been doing for … Continue reading

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