This week we see how 120 Sports is reshaping TV coverage for the audience of tomorrow; and we check out some tools that help you manage your list of contacts.More
This week we visit BuzzFeed to find out how the staff creates Internet-friendly content that ricochets across social media.MORE
This week we see how Al Jazeera is targeting a young mobile audience with its new smartphone app AJ+, and we learn how two journalism industry organizations are partnering to foster new engagement ideas that encourage more diversity.MORE
In this week's Futures Lab update, the Reynolds Journalism Institute brings you up to speed on the fast-moving digital landscape with a report from the annual conference of the Online News Association, held last week in Atlanta, Ga.MORE
This week we look at three crowdfunding platforms to help you decide which to use; then we see how an app called Shuffle gives users stories the people around them are reading.MORE
In this week's Futures Lab update, the Reynolds Journalism Institute looks at online subscription models that are actually working, and explores the possibilities and limitations for computer-generated stories.MORE
This week we look at a pair of mobile video apps with a streamlined interface and we report on a micropayment system for news content that is already up and running in the Netherlands.MORE
In this week's Futures Lab update, we explore some new tools that push video from smartphones to television, and we see how one newspaper is working to turn entertainment listings into real-world audience experiences.MORE
This week we see how two technologies automatically scan the content of video and images to deliver highlights and insights.MORE
Smartphones and tablets have now surpassed computers as the primary way Americans access the Web and digital content, including online news. In this week's Futures Lab update, participants from the Donald W. Reynolds Journalism Institute's recent Mobile First event share how their newsrooms are placing a priority on mobile and changing the way news is gathered and delivered.MORE
Local hospital draws awareness to breast cancer with pink newspaper bags.
Bill Ketter, vice president/news for CNHI, offers these tips for improving local news coverage.
Stealing the value meal concept from McDonald's and the "Have it your way" slogan from Burger King, Creative Circle created some winning house ads for several of its classified redesign clients that saved time in the call center and increased upsell sales at the same time.