Provincial broadcasters in rural areas of Vietnam are sharing ideas in an effort to deal with declining audiences and to serve a generation that’s using smartphones more than TV.
Tools and resources for media development.
Imagine the scenario. Your journalists are working on an important story. They have loads of interactive features, video and images. You’d love to have a special report with a dedicated landing page pulling it all together, but you don’t have the resources or the expertise. Well, a site called Publicate might have solved the problem.
Rich infographics that used to require a skilled graphics artist, and which could take hours to create, can now be produced in minutes with free tools.
The team at n0tice.com has published guidelines designed to help publishers and broadcasters stay safe when managing content submitted by users.
An infographic, pointing out what are claimed to be the top 20 grammatical mistakes made by journalists, has been shared on social media this week. The graphic is entertaining, but the associated free tool for checking copy caught my attention.
How does Flipboard, which I found superb for creating a live event magazine in April, perform for longer-term content curation projects? I’ve recruited George Orwell to find out.
The new Flipboard magazine function is an amazing free tool that enables anyone to produce a tablet and smartphone record of an event, as it happens, by just tapping a finger.