Posts filed under ‘mobile phone news’
All the information you need to know can be found on the webcamp wiki. With the login ‘mobiel’ and the password ‘devcamp’ you can add your name, and a presentation you want to give. More details on Dorien Aerts’ blog. I’ve asked Dorien to report on what happens…
In the final part of the Model for the 21st Century Newsroom I look at how new media has compounded problems in news organisations’ core business models – and the new business models which it could begin to explore.
Let’s start by looking at the traditional newspaper business model. This has rested on selling, in a broad simplification, three things:
Advertising. Put more explicitly: selling readers to advertisers.
Selling content to readers, and, twinned with that:
Selling the delivery platform to readers – i.e. the paper
Developments in the past few decades have eaten into each of those areas as follows: (more…)
Since I wrote the Five W’s and a H that should come *after* every story post I’ve been responding to the hugely helpful posts and leads, and developing the idea further. As the deadline for Round 2 of the Knight News Challenge looms on Friday I thought I would post the latest on how the idea is shaping up, including a mockup (click for full size):
So here’s what’s happened since that first post: (more…)
If you fancy getting the OJB on your mobile click along to this page on Widsets. The WidSets application is like a personalised mobile homepage. I’ve created a little widget that you can add to the set. Worth exploring.
Please post a comment if you add it.
Local newspapers looking for ideas to bring readers to their websites could do a lot worse than look at The Wiki City project. This aims to apply wiki technology to the mapmaking process, with the project ultimately permitting “anyone to upload content to a map and utilize Semantic Web principles to cross search multiple layers of information.” (more…)