How live blogging has transformed journalism | Media | The Guardian
“This year, as the Arab revolutions have unfolded, live blogging has rapidly become the dominant form for breaking news online – deployed by virtually every major news organisation on their home page and the online answer to 24/7 television news. The Financial Times has had to commandeer Gideon Rachman’s blog to keep up, while the styles vary from the quickfire updates of the BBC (complete with BBC News broadcast feed), to the tight and factual Daily Telegraph technique, to a slightly more expansive approach from the Guardian.”
Carnival Roundup No. 3: Driving innovation #JCarn « Carnival of Journalism
“Yet another fantastic #jcarn. With every one of these, we find new participants, and others become hardened veterans. Once again, we’ve made the Harvard Nieman Lab’s “This Week In Review” (pretty f’n badass), but we will do our own wrap-up below.”
MLB: Free iPad And iPhone Streaming For A Month
“The most exciting is a free month of live, out-of-market streaming game telecasts on the iPad and iPhone, sponsored by Volvo. This is basically a free trial of the MLB.TV service that provides these live game streams year-round.”
Google: NFC Is Replacing QR Codes.
The headline is a bit of an overstatement. QR codes are going to be around. But Near Field Communication is already in use in Europe and should see more adoption in the U.S.
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