The Washington Post’s Kindle app was launched in November 2014, but already has gained a robust readership. Some tips and much food for thought as Cory Haik, The Washington Post’s executive producer and senior editor for digital news, discusses the app.
It’s a new magazine for Cuba, and, it is not another communist propaganda publication, it seems. Oferta (which means Offer) is a new titled introduced in Cuba and it includes advertising.
Everything Cuba is hip ever since that day in December 2014 when US President Barack Obama surprised us with his declaration that he was extending a hand to the Cuban government to renew relations. We think that there is a future for newspapers in the new Cuba.
It was a grand week for The Wall Street Journal, winning a Pulitzer Prize for Investigative Reporting and unveiling a redesigned web site—responsive, too.
I was honored to be one of the judges for this year’s European Digital Award competition. I was impressed by the quality of all the entries. Here are some of the winners.
Periscope is a new app that links well to Twitter. I am new to it and to that entire world of live streaming. I like it. I see possibilities. Plus tips from Robb Montgomery on how to make better videos and how to use Periscope best.
A fascinating piece in The Atlantic brings home the message: we like to listen to stories that are told to us via audio. Why do Audio Stories Captivate? asks the headline. In the digital era of mobile platforms, part of the answer is convenience.
Truly enjoying this Ken Doctor piece about how newspapers seem to have the attitude of taxi companies, sometimes oblivious to the fact that there is competition out there, the type that Uber presents to taxis worldwide.