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My Torturous Week of Writing Only on...
To peek into journalism's past, I found a 1940's-era typewriter and used it for one week.
Wearable technology, photo via COM SOLUD, via Creative Commons license on Flickr.
Let’s Start Talking About a Radically Different...
A senior vice president of the Newseum offers up a vision for a news media overhaul.
Could the Yo app help drive traffic to news stories?
The Yo App: Ridiculous or Revolutionary?
Can a simple app drive traffic to news stories? Several news organizations are trying to find out.
AJR photo illustration by Sarah Siguenza.
Reporting on Ferguson ‘Without Hysteria,’ but ‘With...
The St. Louis Post-Dispatch has honed its digital strategy amid record amounts of traffic to its website for coverage...
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TV Networks Command Double-Digit Web Traffic Growth...
Networks said they are breaking down the walls that once separated TV and digital to produce more compelling video...
Participants experiment with Google Glass at the recent Journalism Interactive conference at the University of Maryland.
How Journalism Professors Are Bringing Google Glass...
"What we're teaching when we're teaching first-person perspective is how to see life through a source's eyes."
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10 Ways to Teach Mobile Journalism
Example: Find a non-news app each week and explain what lesson it has for journalistic applications and mobile storytelling.
The Sochi Winter Olympic Games.
Sochi Streaming: More Viewers Are Watching Live
Sochi has continued a transition from primetime TV coverage of the games to constant, multi-platform presentation of the action.
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The UCLA App Lab Experiment
UCLA Student Media is charting new territory with its app lab, which has generated $35,000 in revenue so far.
Camcorder being used at an air show.
5 Video Trends to Watch in 2014
Last year was a big year for streaming video. From YouTube to Google Glass, this year will be even...
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The Age of iPhone Reporting: Q &...
Mobile journalism pioneer Neil Augenstein talks about evolving from using a 15-pound "bag-phone" to where he is today.
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3 Great Mobile Journalism Tools
Jeremy Caplan, from the CUNY Graduate School of Journalism, points to some of the hottest gadgets for mobile journalists.
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