Twitter  Six things to consider about the new Los Angeles Register nie.mn/1jLLDsw  
Nieman Journalism Lab
Pushing to the future of journalism — A project of the Nieman Foundation at Harvard

Articles tagged HTML5 (21)

ios7-safari
Jeff Hobbs    September 24, 2013
Your website will probably just work on Apple’s latest mobile operating system, but there a few changes that news web developers need to know about.
chrishughes
Justin Ellis    February 5, 2013
The co-founder of Facebook says the relaunched magazine will need to experiment with how its content is delivered and how they engage with advertisers.
andrew miller
Justin Ellis    January 30, 2013
With the growth in tablets and smartphones, Miller says responsive-designed sites are now table stakes for publishers.
nytimes-html5-web-app
Joshua Benton    October 2, 2012
It’s a bold and potentially cross-platform experiment. But it’s unclear how it can (or why it should) compete with the Times’ better, native iPad app.
readwriteweb
Justin Ellis    July 10, 2012
Like other publishers, the tech blog is shifting its mobile development emphasis from apps to the browser.
Screen shot of The Berkeley Beacon
Most college newspaper sites aren’t much to look at; the Berkeley Beacon is an exception.
nytimes-cocacola-polar-bear-screenshot
Megan Garber    November 15, 2011
With Coke’s “Arctic Home” campaign, the paper finds a new way to reach an increasingly distributed audience.
WFMU logo
Andrew Phelps    October 14, 2011
Ken Freedman thinks radio can be a much more interactive and visual medium.
fuego-has-a-posse
Joshua Benton    October 14, 2011
It’s the best way to stay up to date with the future of news while you’re on the go.
ipad-news-apps
Dan Kennedy    September 12, 2011
Getting online readers to pay for news is a challenge, but the new BostonGlobe.com offers hope for newspapers that want to create an app-like experience but control their own distribution.
hurricane-irene
Mark Coddington    September 2, 2011
Plus: CNN buys the personalized tablet magazine Zite, hundreds of thousands of WikiLeaks’ cables are inadvertently released, the Financial Times parts ways with Apple, and how we’re training young political reporters.