Technology

Jacob Kastrenakes | The Verge | 10/30/2014
Starting today, Instagram is allowing advertisers to start running 15-second video ads
Reuben Stern and Rachel Wise | RJI | 10/30/2014
How is AJ+ tailoring news for young mobile audiences? And how might engagement lead to more diverse news coverage? - See more at: http://www.rjionline.org/futures-lab-update/081-al-jazeera-mobile-app-engagement-hub-asne-journalism-that-matters#sthash.HOpInWiS.dpuf
How is AJ+ tailoring news for young mobile audiences? And how might engagement lead to more diverse news coverage?
Lucia Moses | Digiday | 10/30/2014
Publishers can no longer ignore the sober reality that fewer people are coming to their homepages.
Casey Johnston | Ars Technica | 10/28/2014
Video streaming and torrent sites have dropped precipitously in Google rankings after the company altered its algorithm last Monday, according to reports from Searchmetrics.
Alexa Capeloto | CJR | 10/27/2014
Navigating government bureaucracy is painful, but filing Freedom of Information requests can be downright torturous—for journalists and members of the public alike.
Angela Haggerty | The Drum | 10/27/2014
The Financial Times has unveiled a FirstFT email aggregator for readers using news from FT and other sources to provide readers with key news items amid an “information overload”.
Ricardo Bilton | Digiday | 10/27/2014
Wired’s design emphasis is emblematic of a larger shift by technology publishers, which are stretching their coverage far beyond their initial editorial mandates
Ravi Somaiya | New York Times | 10/27/2014
The social media company is increasingly becoming to the news business what Amazon is to book publishing
Natasha Lomas | TechCrunch | 10/23/2014
A tug of war between Google and German publishers over how online news content is displayed in search results has ended in surrender (for now) for the publishers — who have grudgingly agreed the search giant can display snippets of their content without paying them for the privilege of doing so.
Roger Fidler | RJI | 10/23/2014
Mobile media users are more likely than nonusers to give higher credibility rankings to national newspapers and most other mainstream news media (see charts 9.8 and 9.9), according to the latest mobile media news consumption survey from the Donald W. Reynolds Journalism Institute (RJI). They also tend to place greater importance on getting news every day and on the source of news (see charts 9.19 and 9.20). - See more at: http://www.rjionline.org/research/rji-mobile-media-project/2014-q1-research-report-9#sthash.EqhpptbN.dpuf
Among the mainstream television news sources, public and local broadcast television news programs had the highest credibility rankings within all groupings of participants. - See more at: http://www.rjionline.org/research/rji-mobile-media-project/2014-q1-research-report-9#sthash.EqhpptbN.dpuf
Among the mainstream television news sources, public and local broadcast television news programs had the highest credibility rankings within all groupings of participants.
Washington Post PR | 10/21/2014
Their teams just released a wearable app for Android Wear.
Mathew Ingram | GigaOm | 10/17/2014
As so many brands have done, Mozilla — the non-profit foundation behind the Firefox browser — has become a media entity, by launching an online magazine that it says will focus on reporting about open technologies
Ricardo Bilton | Digiday | 10/16/2014
Core to the problem is the way Newsstand alerts users when they have new magazines to read.
Ravi Somaiya | New York Times | 10/27/2014
Press Release | McClatchy Company | 10/24/2014
Editor and Publisher Staff | 10/30/2014