Monthly Archives: October 2012

My Interesting Reads (weekly)

Sticking a fork in “man-on-the-street” interviews | Media, disrupted tags: media interviews Are You Treating People Like They’re Stupid? “1. Humans are amazing at adapting to new things if they’re given the right context. 2. Change is something that a … Continue reading

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Shifted focus – audience, content, platforms

The Daily Post is three weeks into a new  live breaking news blog – viewable in real time and fullscreen, here – (This is how it appears on the homepage,on the right hand side of the above screengrab) It runs … Continue reading

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My Interesting Reads (weekly)

Why have Birmingham’s hyperlocal bloggers failed to deliver? | Marc Reeves’ post on the hyperlocal blogging scene – really interesting debate in the comments section.   tags: birmingham hyperlocal bloggers Posted from Diigo. The rest of my favorite links are … Continue reading

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My Interesting Reads (weekly)

3G mobile data network crowd-sourcing map by BBC News “Opensignalmaps has pinpointed North Wales as the area with the worst coverage – with the highest concentration of notspots. “Looking at our map most of the big cities are well served … Continue reading

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Storified: The Future of News Media in Wales debate

I would have liked to attend the Future of News Media in Wales debate at Cardiff JOMEC on Monday night – it sounded fascinating.Luckily, I discovered it was underway on Twitter and with assistance of some excellent tweeters at the … Continue reading

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