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#Podcast: Industry experts share predictions for digital journalism in 2013

December 14th, 2012 | No Comments | Posted by in Podcast

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Industry experts share their predictions for digital journalism in 2013.

They discuss expectation of the types of devices that will be used to access news sites, ideas on sustainability, key social networks and platforms for newsgathering, engagement strategies – and the kind of people we might find in the newsroom of 2013.

In this podcast Journalism.co.uk technology editor Sarah Marshall speaks to:

  • Alison Gow, editor of the Daily Post and DailyPost.co.uk, North Wales
  • Aron Pilhofer, editor of interactive news, New York Times
  • François Nel, founding director of the Journalism Leaders’ Programme at the University of Central Lancashire who also runs the MADE (media and digital enterprise) project
  • John Barnes, managing director of digital and tech at Incisive Media and chair of the AOP (Association of Online Publishers)
  • Mark Little, founder and chief executive of social news agency Storyful
  • Raju Narisetti, managing editor, WSJ Digital Network,  Wall Street Journal
  • Stephen Pinches, group product manager for FT.com

You can hear future podcasts by signing up to the Journalism.co.uk iTunes podcast feed.

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Online video: FT’s Stephen Pinches on opportunities for publishers with connected TV

March 8th, 2010 | 1 Comment | Posted by in Broadcasting, Events, Multimedia, Newspapers

Speaking at a discussion on the future of online video this morning, the Financial Times’ lead product manager Stephen Pinches coined a new concept for me: that of the “publisher-broadcaster”. Connected TV – the idea of internet-connected television sets or set-top boxes – will take publishers further into the broadcast realm, beyond video produced for websites and hopefully to create a more engaging experience for users by providing text, video and opportunities for interaction tailored to fit a front room setting.

Some broadcasters and digital media companies have already made the leap (Sky News in partnership with Yahoo has launched TV widgets to deliver breaking news by text and images to users’ TV sets) and some traditionally print players are also getting in on the act.

(On wobblecam) Journalism.co.uk asked Pinches where how he thought print publishers could get involved with connected TV:

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