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Posts Tagged ‘Content’

Pageview kills tech blogging

Pageview kills tech blogging

14.02.12 – 6:57 am Media
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It's an honest retrospection from a tech writer M.G. Siegler (aka Paris Lemon). He said that most of today's technology articles (either written by bloggers or traditional journalists) are "bullshit", blaming pageviews and paychecks behind this. He wrote: We have bloggers who sometimes are deeply embedded in the technology community and have quite a bit of insight ...


You must have content. Period.

You must have content. Period.

14.12.11 – 3:15 pm Media
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Simply put, it doesn’t matter how great a piece of technology you have invented, or how innovative a distribution platform you have created. You must have content. – Former Senator and current MPAA president Chris Dodd [via AllThingsD]


Today’s most wanted: Media people!

Today’s most wanted: Media people!

23.06.11 – 4:28 pm Media
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ATTENTION, MEDIA PEOPLE! Besides entrepreneur, business people, engineer and even geek, tech companies -- either giant or startup -- are also busy seeking talented and experienced editors, journalists, writers and bloggers now. Why? Because these people understand about content. They could handle and create it. Today's headline speaks itself: Google hires Salon.com CEO to ...


HuffPo co-founder reveals the secrets of viral content

HuffPo co-founder reveals the secrets of viral content

01.04.11 – 2:42 pm Media, Tech
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Viral content is anything which can be shared, and has an element it that encourages the reader to do so. Online content could spread, literally, like a virus. At the Web 2.0 Expo in San Francisco, Huffington Post and Buzzfeed co-founder Jonah Peretti explains how things go viral. The following is the secrets: Content spreads for different ...


SalingSilang will add 50 sites this year: Enda Nasution

SalingSilang will add 50 sites this year: Enda Nasution

20.03.11 – 9:53 am Media, People
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The Saling Silang Network is one of a few content-based startups in Indonesia. Started with a local blog service called DagDigDug and followed by some various topic sites (they have 16 sites already!), the South Jakarta-based web service now uses SalingSilang.com as their main brand. According to Enda Nasution, Managing Director PT Saling Silang, they will ...


How TMZ broke news of Michael Jackson’s death one year ago

How TMZ broke news of Michael Jackson’s death one year ago

26.06.10 – 5:14 am Media
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Gossip Cop interviewed Harvey Levin, TMZ’s executive producer. On June 25, 2009, his team broke the worldwide exclusive news of Michael Jackson’s shocking death. June 25, 2009 started off as an ordinary day in the L.A. offices of TMZ.In fact, when TMZ got its first tip at around 1 p.m. PST that ...


Mediagazer, Techmeme for media stories

Mediagazer, Techmeme for media stories

23.06.10 – 1:09 pm Media
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Yes, I am a big fan of Techmeme, a tech news aggregator, that arranges all of top news links into a single, easy-to-scan page. For me, it's a compelling news resource. Following this success, the company just released Mediagazer. It has similar concept and format like Techmeme, but just for media ...


Finally, Pulitzer for new media!

Finally, Pulitzer for new media!

14.04.10 – 4:36 am Media
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When The New York Times and The Washington Post topped the list of Pulitzer winners --and finalists, that's not a shocking news. But when new media publications like the nonprofit ProPublica and the self-syndicated Mark Fiore on Monday announced to be part of the winners, that's really a big news. At least ...


Why people blog?

07.04.10 – 12:05 pm People
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Dan Blank writes an interesting post on why people blog and what we can learn from it. Even a busy editor still want to blog. Why? The reasons: “It forces me to connect with others.” “Readers provide helpful and interesting comments.” “Enables me to better connect with my audience, and get a better ...


Journalism students turn to Wikipedia

28.03.10 – 11:25 pm Media
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This is another approach in using Wikipedia: for student assignment's tool. There is no doubt it will spark a pros-cons discussion. A nice try though. Journalism instructors Lynn Schofield Clark and Christof Demont-Heinrich said students are told to check their sourcing carefully, just as they would for an assignment at a local ...


News portals are top online news sources

News portals are top online news sources

15.03.10 – 10:13 am Media
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A recent study found that people prefer news portals —like Yahoo News, Google News, AOL — as their main online news sources rather than the online edition of major news outlets like CNN, CBS, and the New York Times. [via Search Engine Land]


Stop launching blogs, start contributing!

Stop launching blogs, start contributing!

20.02.10 – 1:46 pm Tech
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It's an interesting discussion. But one for sure: keep blogging!Chad Mueller of Inspired Magazine said, "Let’s contribute to already established blogs instead of creating new blogs." I know guest blogging isn’t a new concept, but when you are thinking about launching a new blog be sure to weigh out the options. Think ...



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