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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
New York Times :: The columnist’s supporters said The Hong Kong Economic Journal’s decision was a blow to the city’s beleaguered media freedoms, a criticism the newspaper rejected. Read Chris Buckley, www.nytimes.com Continue reading
Posted 5 hours ago at :: LNR Journalism ::
Memes and fact-checks are in, live blogs are out as BuzzFeed shares what works well on Facebook and Twitter . Read Paul McNally, www.journalism.co.uk Continue reading
Posted 5 hours ago at :: LNR Journalism ::
WAN-IFRA :: “As an editor, journalism is only 20 percent of your job,” Jonathan Halls, adjunct professor at George Washington University, has said. So, what does it take to lead a newsroom today? Read Staff, WAN-IFRA, blog.wan-ifra.org Continue reading
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Guardian :: Give us your Facebook and Twitter passwords, says Times of India company. Read Roy Greenslade, www.theguardian.com Continue reading
Posted yesterday at :: LNR Journalism ::
BBC News :: Data visualisation enables us to map connections across social media like Twitter and see how different groups of people relate to each other. Read Staff, BBC World News, www.bbc.co.uk Continue reading
Posted yesterday at :: LNR Journalism ::
Guardian :: Media companies say much of what the newspaper wrote about Julian Disney and the council was untrue. Read Amanda Meade, www.theguardian.com Continue reading
Posted yesterday at :: LNR Journalism ::
Guardian :: Thousands of supporters of Imran Khan and Tahir-ul-Qadri enter Islamabad compound containing government ministries. Read Jon Boone, www.theguardian.com Continue reading
Posted yesterday at :: LNR Journalism ::
Philippine Center for Investigative Journalism :: Hu Shuli: Truth-telling has always been at the core of journalism and “the power of truth is more powerful than anything else.” Read Philippine Center for Investigative Journalism, pcij.org Continue reading
Posted yesterday at :: LNR Journalism ::
The Plain Dealer :: Belt Magazine, a Cleveland-based, online publication focused on life in the Rust Belt, practices principles that ring almost quaint in the new media age. Read Robert L. Smith, www.cleveland.com Continue reading
Posted yesterday at :: LNR Journalism ::
Press Gazette :: National Union of Journalists representatives at the BBC have agreed to start a 'work to rule' in protest at job cuts and have threatened to walk out on strike of talks with management prove fruitless. Read William... Continue reading
Posted yesterday at :: LNR Journalism ::
WAN-IFRA :: David Cohn spoke to the World Editors Forum's Nick Toner about Circa’s plans for the future, how news organisations can adapt to the mobile world, and revealed his personal favourite apps. Read Staff, WAN-IFRA, blog.wan-ifra.org Continue reading
Posted yesterday at :: LNR Journalism ::
Journalism.co.uk :: The Long + Short will have themed issues that will be published to desktop and mobile in several 'seasons' Read Catalina Albeanu, www.journalism.co.uk Continue reading
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Guardian :: Press freedom and human rights organisations have signed a letter addressed to the king of Bahrain calling for the release of Bahraini photojournalist Ahmed Humeidan (aka Humaidan). Read Roy Greenslade, www.theguardian.com Continue reading
Posted yesterday at :: LNR Journalism ::
Guardian :: In a week's time the Independent Press Standards Organisation (Ipso) will replace the Press Complaints Commission (PCC) as the new regulator created by newspaper and magazine publishers. Read Roy Greenslade, www.theguardian.com Continue reading
Posted yesterday at :: LNR Journalism ::
The Wrap :: Gael Garcia Bernal plays Maziar Bahari in the true life tale based on Bahari's own experiences when he was sent by Newsweek to cover the 2009 Presidential election in Iran. Read Linda Ge, www.thewrap.com Continue reading
Posted yesterday at :: LNR Journalism ::
Independent :: In one of the most unlikely friendships of the internet age, Professor Mary Beard has formed an amicable relationship with the Twitter troll who called her a “filthy old slut.” Read Adam Lusher, goo.gl Continue reading
Posted 2 days ago at :: LNR Journalism ::
BusinessWeek :: The trouble may have its roots in Twitter’s own interface, which has awaited a serious overhaul for years. There’s a reason dedicated users read their Twitter feeds on programs such as TweetDeck and scoff at twitter.com. It remains... Continue reading
Posted 2 days ago at :: LNR Journalism ::
mUmBRELLA :: The Australian has been rebuked in a resolution passed by the board of the Australian Press Council (APC) after a series of articles and leader pieces attacking the regulator in recent weeks. Read Nic Christensen, mumbrella.com.au Continue reading
Posted 2 days ago at :: LNR Journalism ::
mUmBRELLA :: Strong interest from FMCG brands has helped video advertising become the strongest performer in the online advertising space with demand for the medium growing 76 percent year on year to reach $196m in the last financial year. Read... Continue reading
Posted 2 days ago at :: LNR Journalism ::
BEET.TV :: In just the past six month, Vice has become “one of the biggest newscasts in the country and possibly the world,” says Vice SVP for sales Brian Dietz in this segment on Beet.TV. Dietz tells our Ashley Swartz... Continue reading
Posted 2 days ago at :: LNR Journalism ::
VentureBeat :: Google has decided to stop showing authorship references within search results — much to the dismay of journalists and writers, who require constant ego gratification. Read Tom Cheredar, venturebeat.com Continue reading
Posted 2 days ago at :: LNR Journalism ::
AdAge :: Turner Broadcasting is losing yet another top executive, adding to the period of transition already underway as the company confronts ratings challenges and a changing TV industry. Read Damon Kitney, goo.gl Continue reading
Posted 2 days ago at :: LNR Journalism ::
AdAge :: Turner Broadcasting is losing yet another top executive, adding to the period of transition already underway as the company confronts ratings challenges and a changing TV industry. Read Jeanine Poggi, adage.com Continue reading
Posted 2 days ago at :: LNR Journalism ::
Independent :: The latest print circulation figures for Britain’s regional newspapers appear to show an industry driven to the precipice and staring at imminent extinction. Read Ian Burrell, www.independent.co.uk Continue reading
Posted 2 days ago at :: LNR Journalism ::
The Verge :: If anyone is still questioning the legitimacy of e-sports, today should be a bit of a wake up call. Read Dante D'Orazio, www.theverge.com Continue reading
Posted 2 days ago at :: LNR Journalism ::