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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
Guardian :: In the first of a series of monthly columns, the leading critic of the politics of the internet argues that the benefits of the latest innovations are overstated and often risible. Read Evgeny Morozov, www.theguardian.com Continue reading
Posted 6 days ago at :: LNR Journalism ::
Digiday :: When Gannett Digital created an interactive feature for the Des Moines Register called Harvest of Change, it was an example of the work the company is doing to try to create that scale and speed with forward-looking applications... Continue reading
Posted 7 days ago at :: LNR Journalism ::
Digiday :: @ProfJeffJarvis is out to parody the 'thinkfluencers' who take tech PR as gospel. But where's the line between parody and misinformation? Read John McDermott, digiday.com Continue reading
Posted 7 days ago at :: LNR Journalism ::
Digiday :: When publishers lack a clear strategy, often it’s their designers who suffer most. Big publishers look to external design agencies to turn their often-muddled product visions into reality. Read Ricardo Bilton, digiday.com Continue reading
Posted 7 days ago at :: LNR Journalism ::
metamedia :: At the recent ONA conference, Liz Heron, who oversees Facebook’s news partnerships, came in for some questioning about how news organisations can do well on the platform – something that’s a cause of some consternation for many, as... Continue reading
Posted 7 days ago at :: LNR Journalism ::
MartinBelam.com :: There is a gap between how news organisations think about Facebook, and how Facebook users think about news. Read Martin Belam, martinbelam.com Continue reading
Posted 7 days ago at :: LNR Journalism ::
Guardian :: World Association of Newspapers and News Publishers criticises laws which could result in journalists being jailed for 10 years. Read Paul Farrell, www.theguardian.com Continue reading
Posted 7 days ago at :: LNR Journalism ::
WNIP :: There is an ongoing debate concerning what exactly a digital-only publisher should expect in sales when they decide to launch their first publication. Read Staff, WNIP, www.whatsnewinpublishing.co.uk Continue reading
Posted 7 days ago at :: LNR Journalism ::
INMA :: Publishers need to find a new road map for media companies, according to Wilkinson. There is a need to understand rapid revenue diversification: print + digital + new emerging tools and platforms. Read Marek Miller, Mariell Raisma, www.inma.org Continue reading
Posted 7 days ago at :: LNR Journalism ::
Wall Street Journal :: As more companies traffic in information and use big-data analytic tools to find ways to generate revenue, the lack of standards for valuing data leaves a major gap in our understanding of the modern business world.... Continue reading
Posted 7 days ago at :: LNR Journalism ::
Asia One :: To stay relevant in the social media era, professional media need to build trust and be more accountable and proficient while promoting media literacy to children and the young generation, a seminar heard yesterday. Read Kornchanok Raksaseri,... Continue reading
Posted 7 days ago at :: LNR Journalism ::
Guardian :: Abducted journalist says Islamic State ‘dug in for the fight’ and foreign jihadis could return to home countries to carry out attacks Read Shiv Malik, www.theguardian.com Continue reading
Posted 7 days ago at :: LNR Journalism ::
Digiday :: The $70 billion television advertising business is poised for a change. Following the path of desktop, social and mobile ads, the television industry is beginning to flirt with programmatic technologies. Read Eric Blattberg, digiday.com Continue reading
Posted Oct 12, 2014 at :: LNR Journalism ::
Guardian :: Sharri Markson’s undercover operation into the classrooms of some of Australia’s best journalism schools was not only a lazy beat up but an unwarranted ideological attack. Read Emma Lancaster, www.theguardian.com Continue reading
Posted Oct 12, 2014 at :: LNR Journalism ::
Reuters :: One of France's largest banks is teaming up with social network Twitter Inc. this week to allow its customers to transfer money via tweets. Read Leila Abboud, Eric Auchard, www.reuters.com Continue reading
Posted Oct 12, 2014 at :: LNR Journalism ::
AdAge :: One concern is that Twitter eventually could allow access to its data solely through Gnip, rather than via other resellers that currently offer it such as DataSift. Read Kate Kaye, adage.com Continue reading
Posted Oct 12, 2014 at :: LNR Journalism ::
Guardian :: Vivian Schiller and other management departures highlight conflict over the future direction of the social media company Read Jane Martinson, www.theguardian.com Continue reading
Posted Oct 12, 2014 at :: LNR Journalism ::
Huffington Post :: To understand the danger of a single story, start with a seed. Read Josh Stearns, www.huffingtonpost.com Continue reading
Posted Oct 12, 2014 at :: LNR Journalism ::
Guardian :: The lead item yesterday on the Maidstone & Medway News website told readers that Katie Price was coming to town. Read Roy Greenslade, www.theguardian.com Continue reading
Posted Oct 12, 2014 at :: LNR Journalism ::
WAN-IFRA :: “Everyone knows they have to” convert to digital to survive, but knowing and doing are two different things for most newsrooms, according to Professor of Media Studies at the University of Amsterdam, Mark Deuze, who sees journalism entering... Continue reading
Posted Oct 12, 2014 at :: LNR Journalism ::
New York Times :: It turns out that the Internet does not have infinite capacity. At least not for political ads. Read Ashley Parker, www.nytimes.com Continue reading
Posted Oct 11, 2014 at :: LNR Journalism ::
New York Times :: It turns out that the Internet does not have infinite capacity. At least not for political ads. Read Ashley Parker, rss.nytimes.com Continue reading
Posted Oct 11, 2014 at :: LNR Journalism ::
Guardian :: The Times is up 1.5% over the year. The poser is how that relates to its online subscriptions. Read Peter Preston, www.theguardian.com Continue reading
Posted Oct 11, 2014 at :: LNR Journalism ::
ars technica :: In an interview with Re/code today, new head of social media Dave Besbris said that the Google+ team is still going strong, and the service won't be going anywhere anytime soon. Read Andrew Cunningham , arstechnica.com Continue reading
Posted Oct 11, 2014 at :: LNR Journalism ::
Entrepreneur :: Everyone will have to wait and see how 'Big Blue' can turn a profit on its recently acquired messaging service. Read Aditya Kalra, www.entrepreneur.com Continue reading
Posted Oct 11, 2014 at :: LNR Journalism ::