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“Ultimately, this digitalization will equip Times journalists with useful tools to make it easier to tell even more visual stories.”
“How many photographs have crossed your screen today? Dozens? Hundreds? How many have you looked at? How many did you really see?”
“When I look back at all the posts a year from now, I want to see that they reflect the editorial values of a great general-interest magazine.” Shan Wang
“Over time I realized that beneath the selfie surface, Instagram provided a powerful, unexpected, and mostly underutilized storytelling tool.”
With the growth of mobile and social, The Atlantic is redesigning its photo site to become a more flexible part of the magazine’s online presence.
Freelancers, photographers, and activists all have a harder time getting that laminated press badge than full-time, words-based employees at established news organizations, according to this survey of more than 1,300 journalists.
With lots of people on the web are using its images without credit or payment, Getty is betting that allowing broader free use can help the bottom line more than it harms it. But watch out: Ads may be on the way. Joshua Benton
Gage Skidmore is probably behind some of the photos of Republican politicians you’ve seen online. He shoots for credit, not for money.
Plus: President Obama’s stop at Reddit, questions about bias and boundaries at The New York Times, and the rest of the week’s media and tech news.