This is the seventh in a series of ten short extracts from my sixth annual round-up of social media trends from the Middle East and North Africa (written with University […]
I’ll admit that I’ve previously been skeptical about ideas of digital detoxes and media fasts. Instead, I’ve subscribed to Clay Shirky’s maxim: “It’s not information overload, it’s filter failure.” But, […]
Local journalism — like the wider news media — has been massively disrupted by the advent of new digital technologies and behaviors. This has unlocked a wider range of information […]
Article originally published on TheMediaBriefing. The Pew Research Center’s annual “State of News Media” report is a must-read for US media watchers. This year’s 118-page study provides an extensive exploration […]
The BBC’s global reach increasingly relies on mobile platforms. This article explores their current strategy.
First published on journalism.co.uk 5 predictions for #hyperlocal media in 2015 – comment from @damianradcliffe http://t.co/P1kWlctSdK — Journalism.co.uk (@journalismnews) February 11, 2015 Here are 5 predictions for the year ahead […]
Cross-post originally featured on the BBC College of Journalism website. Really worth reading – WhatsApp now clear social media leader in Qatar, including for news http://t.co/vn7upQxRqM by @damianradcliffe — Claire […]