Last year I was involved in the publication of a new book looking at the emergence of Data Journalism. The book “Data Journalism: Mapping the future” (buy via: Amazon.com – Amazon.co.uk) […]
Originally featured on the World Economic Forum website. In December 2014 Qatar’s Ministry of Information and Communications Technology (ictQATAR) published some of the key findings from a new ground-breaking study […]
“You Click, We Care.” Profile in #DigitalHealth: Raouf Khalil, CEO @MD247US @damianradcliffe #telehealth #mhealth http://t.co/QIlBlYy5AL — nuviun (@Nuviun) March 17, 2015 The proliferation in smartphones and mobile devices is unlocking […]
A big question! Here’s my 80 second off-the-cuff response posed by Yapı Kredi in Istanbul last month.
The Centre for Community Journalism’s free, online course on Community Journalism at FutureLearn has now formally closed, but don’t worry you can still access all of the materials.
Qatar’s Ministry of Information and Communications Technology (ictQATAR) has now published a full length report of their 2014 study into how Qatar uses social media. Using a sample size of 1,000 Internet users – 500 Qatar’s and 500 non-Qataris – the study offers a detailed look into consumption, behaviours and concerns.
Here are five important considerations for anyone considering moving into the hyperlocal space (or indeed already in it).