Nieman Foundation at Harvard
HOME
          
LATEST STORY
Newsweek is making generative AI a fixture in its newsroom
ABOUT                    SUBSCRIBE
July 1, 2009, 6:39 p.m.

Links on Twitter: NPR crowdsources with Flickr, charging for WSJ’s iPhone app, linguistic analysis of retweets

Why NPR turned its camera on the audience at a Senate hearing, and how its own crowd is writing the caption http://tr.im/qudz »

What happens when the bank owns your local newspaper? http://tr.im/qsc9 That’s where lots of indebted papers are headed. »

The Wall Street Journal wants to know: Would you pay for their iPhone app? http://tr.im/qsi9 (Reconsidering plans to charge?) »

In the top 50 U.S. markets, local newspaper sites reach twice the audience as local TV sites http://tr.im/qs2W »

Linguistic analysis finds retweets use more complex, novel, and social language than tweets in general http://tr.im/qsxn »

 
Join the 60,000 who get the freshest future-of-journalism news in our daily email.
Newsweek is making generative AI a fixture in its newsroom
The legacy publication is leaning on AI for video production, a new breaking news team, and first drafts of some stories.
Rumble Strip creator Erica Heilman on making independent audio and asking people about class
“I only make unimportant things now, but it’s all the unimportant things that really make up our lives.”
PressPad, an attempt to bring some class diversity to posh British journalism, is shutting down
“While there is even more need for this intervention than when we began the project, the initiative needs more resources than the current team can provide.”