Liquid State co-founder Philip Andrews recently took to the stage at AIMIA’s 2015 iteration of The Future of Digital Publishing. There, he spoke about content syndication, segmentation and self-curation.
Digital longform journalism originated from print longform journalism. That’s obvious, we all know that. What many people seem to be forgetting though (or maybe they don’t know?), is that most of the longform journalism available on the World Wide Web started it’s life on a print newspaper. I knew we were keeping print newspapers around… Read more »
There’s no denying, this is an interesting time for the publishing and news industry. We have seen lots of crossovers between platforms, much experimentation and a whole lot of discussion on where the industry in general is headed. Here’s one combination of format and written word that I hadn’t considered so far – newspapers getting… Read more »
Snowfall, a multimedia project published by the New York Times in December 2012, was, and is, a beautiful example of how journalism and publishing can work across multiple platforms.
Digital innovation has the potential to develop or destroy jobs in any given industry. So in this article we take a look at how journalists are facing a declining industry in this digital age.