The Guardian Unlikes Facebook Paid Members Public
The Guardian has killed its Facebook social reader [http://gigaom.com/2012/12/13/guardian-kills-its-facebook-social-reader-regains-control-over-its-content/] – which is interesting, given that it appeared to be something of a political hot potato inside the company, with some people very keen to have control of it. Martin Belam tells the story of its
Cory Haik keeps the Washington Post in beta - #newsrw Paid Members Public
Cory Haik, executive producer, The Washington Post – @coryhaik [https://twitter.com/coryhaik/] What does she do? They’re always in beta – iterating, prototyping, liveblogging, et al. They’re trying to deliver strong, dynamic journalism to readers where they are – and that’s why they need to keep experimenting and innovating.
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#newsrw - Social Media Optimisation Paid Members Public
Liveblog of a panel debate about social media from news:rewired in February 2012