Nieman Foundation at Harvard
HOME
          
LATEST STORY
How Finland’s Helsingin Sanomat has built digital success through “diamonds” in the rough
ABOUT                    SUBSCRIBE
June 3, 2010, 6 p.m.

Links on Twitter: FiveThirtyEight to move to the NYT, PDF10 kicks off, Hearst acquires iCrossing

Nonprofit Center for Public Integrity just hired four investigative reporters and a database specialist http://j.mp/9i6cGB »

Congrats to @fivethirtyeight — soon to be incorporated into the politics section of nytimes.com http://j.mp/9KlmhD »

Publishing plus: Hearst acquires digital marketing service provider iCrossing http://j.mp/cNIRN7 »

Report: Washington Times director wants to make the paper online-only http://j.mp/aMZpee »

RT @zseward Nice! Looks like the Times is in the process of open sourcing its Document Viewer http://j.mp/bsUM7e »

The #PDF10 conference on tech, journ, and politics starts today. You can follow along here http://j.mp/9M0739 »

 
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.”