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Steffen Konrath
Munich, Germany
Journalist & IT Expert: The Future of Journalism or News3.0
Interests: The future of Journalism ("News3.0") and the Liquid Newsroom Open Innovation Project ::   My family; walking; art & business; filming :: For speaking opportunities or press inquiries: steffen.konrath (at) im-boot.de
Recent Activity
Nieman Lab :: Ousted editors, newsroom revolts, and government subsidies — welcome to French journalism’s battle for survival. Read Peter Gumbel, www.niemanlab.org Continue reading
Posted 8 hours ago at :: LNR Journalism ::
Buzzfeed :: AT&T’s deal to buy Fullscreen is the latest in big media companies snapping up YouTube networks. Read Hillary Reinsberg, www.buzzfeed.com Continue reading
Posted 8 hours ago at :: LNR Journalism ::
WAN-IFRA :: Hallingdølen has an overall staff of 40, 15 of whom work in editorial with 10 being journalists. The paper is published three times a week and has a print run of 9,320 copies. Read Brian Veseling, blog.wan-ifra.org Continue reading
Posted 12 hours ago at :: LNR Journalism ::
Magazines like Better Homes and Gardens and Self increasingly see the photo-sharing site as a critical source of traffic — and emerging trends to cover. Read Christine Haughney, www.nytimes.com Continue reading
Posted 20 hours ago at :: LNR Journalism ::
Digiday :: The old line that "If it bleeds, it leads" might have helped publishers sell newspapers, but it's not making it easier for them to grow their digital audiences. Read Ricardo Bilton, digiday.com Continue reading
Posted 21 hours ago at :: LNR Journalism ::
Poynter :: Screenshot from a video about Gannett’s experiment with virtual reality journalism in the Des Moines Register’s story Harvest of Change. Read Adam Hochberg, www.poynter.org Continue reading
Posted yesterday at :: LNR Journalism ::
WTSP 10 News :: In this pre-Advanced Placement English class, students share their thoughts in person and online via Twitter, a social media site where people post their thoughts in 140 characters or less. Read Mackenzie Ryan, www.wtsp.com Continue reading
Posted yesterday at :: LNR Journalism ::
Guardian :: All eight state-based 7.30 shows, plus 10 specialist Radio National programs among programming targeted for cost-savings ahead of Coalition review Read Amanda Meade, www.theguardian.com Continue reading
Posted yesterday at :: LNR Journalism ::
Guardian :: The BBC’s chief international correspondent on the human cost of the Syria and Gaza conflicts, and the dangers facing reporters. Read Maggie Brown, www.theguardian.com Continue reading
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Guardian :: There are many reasons for the EU to much more robustly police Google, but newspaper websites’ troubles aren’t among them. Read Emily Bell, www.theguardian.com Continue reading
Posted yesterday at :: LNR Journalism ::
American Press Institute :: Before charging for digital content, doing research seems like good business. It can help publishers learn how particular audiences will react to a transition from free content to paying for content. But a recent study shows... Continue reading
Posted yesterday at :: LNR Journalism ::
Nieman Lab :: As iPhone users frantically delete apps and photos from their phones to make space for the iOS 8 update, many news organizations are also taking advantage of Apple’s new mobile operating system to release new or updated... Continue reading
Posted yesterday at :: LNR Journalism ::
cij :: This handbook is a very important practical tool for journalists and it is of particular importance to investigative reporters. Read Silkie Carlo, Arjen Kamphuis, www.tcij.org Continue reading
Posted yesterday at :: LNR Journalism ::
Financial Times :: The lines between journalism and PR are rapidly becoming blurred as business interests bypass traditional media to get their message across. Read Andrew Edgecliffe-Johnson, www.ft.com Continue reading
Posted yesterday at :: LNR Journalism ::
Adweek :: GumGum, a company that offers ads appearing inside Web images, is partnering with Xaxis to sell its unusual inventory programmatically. Read Christopher Heine, www.adweek.com Continue reading
Posted yesterday at :: LNR Journalism ::
Guardian :: OSCE representative condemns growing violence against journalists as cameraman is assaulted and equipment smashed. Read Tara Conlan, www.theguardian.com Continue reading
Posted yesterday at :: LNR Journalism ::
Current.org :: Station managers who worry they can’t afford to do news and public affairs have only to look at Lakeland Public Television in Bemidji, Minn., for inspiration. Since 1998, the station has produced a full half-hour weeknight news program.... Continue reading
Posted yesterday at :: LNR Journalism ::
Guardian :: As the Scottish electorate voted to stay in the UK, here is a selection of front pages the day after the historic referendum Read Dave Johnson, www.theguardian.com Continue reading
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here & now :: Josh Rushing is a former Marine-turned-journalist who served in Iraq, and he just returned from a reporting trip to the front lines of fighting against the extremist group, ISIS, in northern Iraq. Read Staff, Here And... Continue reading
Posted yesterday at :: LNR Journalism ::
New York Times :: Having spent most of his youth as a drug addict in one of the poorest neighborhoods of Turkey’s capital, Can did not think he had much to lose when he was smuggled into Syria with 10... Continue reading
Posted 2 days ago at :: LNR Journalism ::
Beet.TV :: Yahoo has been involved in branded content for many years, but its strategy has evolved in recent months to become more tailored and also tumblr-centric, says Patrick Albano, VP and Head of Advertising Solutions at Yahoo EMEA. Read... Continue reading
Posted 2 days ago at :: LNR Journalism ::
Mada Masr :: Talbeya police station implemented a South Giza court’s decision to release journalist Hosseiny Sobhy with a LE10,000 bail, on September 18, his lawyer said. Read Staff, Mada Masr, www.madamasr.com Continue reading
Posted 2 days ago at :: LNR Journalism ::
Cision :: John Crowley, digital editor, EMEA at WSJ.com, was a panelist at the ‘immersive storytelling and production’ session at Journalism.co.uk’s News:rewired conference held on 20 February in London. Cision caught up with John after the discussion to find out... Continue reading
Posted 2 days ago at :: LNR Journalism ::
Twitter :: Every day, politicians and government officials all over the world use Twitter to connect with constituents in creative ways that enrich public discourse. Read Bridget Coyne, philadelphia.cbslocal.com Continue reading
Posted 2 days ago at :: LNR Journalism ::
New York Post :: In a groundbreaking court ruling, a Staten Island man got permission to use Facebook to serve his ex-wife legal notice that he doesn’t want to pay any more child support. Read Julia Marsh, Reuven Fenton, Bruce... Continue reading
Posted 2 days ago at :: LNR Journalism ::