This is the fifth 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 […]
The use, and adoption, of social media continues to rapidly evolve. A new white paper from Damian Radcliffe and Amanda Lam at the University of Oregon provides an up-to-date analysis […]
Six years after the Arab Spring rocked many parts of the Middle East, the region continues to feel ramifications from this turbulent period. Here are five key trends that journalists and news organizations working in the region need to consider.
The continued rise of visually orientated social networks, the dominance of Middle East social media by Facebook and the wider Facebook family, and continued tensions between telecoms providers and services […]
Presentation given to the What is Media? conference in Portland, April 2016. My slides explore seven major tech trends and how they are impacting on content creation and distribution.
In 2011, the Arab Spring rocked many parts of the Middle East. Regime change in Tunisia, Egypt and Libya saw the departure of long-established – seemingly untouchable – political leaders […]
This is the fifth in a series of ten short extracts from my 2015 round-up: Social Media in the Middle East: The Story of 2015 (also available on Scribd, SlideShare and Academia.edu + the […]
First published on TheMediaBriefing last month. Snapchat has had a monumental year. As the FT reported over the weekend, the popular messaging app now enjoys 6 billion video views a […]
First published on TheMediaBriefing. Seven internet trends you need to be aware of DAMIAN RADCLIFFE 29th May 2015 07:00 0 Comments Mary Meeker’s annual internet trendspresentation is a must read for […]
As newsrooms get to grips with finding and verifying stories shared publicly on social networks, a new set of challenges are beginning to emerge as users prioritise privacy and simplicity. […]