Nieman Foundation at Harvard
HOME
          
LATEST STORY
How Finland’s Helsingin Sanomat has built digital success through “diamonds” in the rough
ABOUT                    SUBSCRIBE
Jan. 7, 2010, 6 p.m.

Links on Twitter: E-reader buzz meets mobile phone reality, Journalism Online bullish on metered model, Google Wave’s similarity to a crowded table

The NBA removed Gilbert Arenas’ “finger gun” photo from the Getty archive, then put it back. http://j.mp/92zhRe »

The top 100 pages on the FCC’s website account for only 40% of monthly pageviews. http://j.mp/6HXI9L »

How Google Wave is like sitting at a long and crowded dinner table: http://j.mp/7PuO8E »

Looks like Journalism Online is bullish on a metered pay model with a 10-15 free article threshold. http://j.mp/4ZcN9I »

An analyst pits e-reader buzz (16 million by 2014) against mobile reality (1 billion now). http://j.mp/6Z2euH »

 
Join the 50,000 who get the freshest future-of-journalism news in our daily email.
How Finland’s Helsingin Sanomat has built digital success through “diamonds” in the rough
HS is the only subscription national newspaper in Finland. Here’s how it gets readers to subscribe.
Vox Media has built a visual way to experience podcasts. It’s accessible to deaf audiences — and gorgeous.
The podcast More Than This had a challenge. How could they recreate the emotions, pacing, and atmosphere of their episodes without using any audio?
More mice, fewer breakthroughs: How to avoid bad headlines on stories about health and medical research
“‘Breakthrough’ is the one that leaps out to me because there so rarely is a breakthrough.”