The other impact of Covid-19 on journalism: more competition for attention Paid Members Public
Lockdown is trapping people at home, and pushing everything online. And that means a while range of organisations have suddenly become publishers.
Beyond news: understanding the role of archives in journalism businesses Paid Members Public
Most news publishers are terrible at maintaining their archives. But their are solid business and journalistic reasons for doing so.
the new age of photography Paid Members Public
[https://i2.wp.com/www.onemanandhisblog.com/content/images/2006/08/CRW_1565.jpg] From a single week’s holiday in France, I have come back with 253 photos, taken on three different devices, totaling over 1Gb of data. This really is a new age of photography…
More on the BBC's online archive Paid Members Public
There’s an interesting piece in The Guardian‘s Online section today [http://www.guardian.co.uk/online/story/0,3605,1030176,00.html], discussing the online archive in more depth. I think this is the most interesting section: > Last Sunday, Greg Dyke changed that. He revealed that the BBC
BBC archive to be online? Paid Members Public
I use the question mark in the above headline advisedly. You see, the world and her husband are busy getting excited about the fact that Greg Dyke has said that the BBC intends to put its massive archive online [http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/entertainment/tv_and_radio/