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Monday, June 30, 2014

Innovation in Newspapers World Report 2014 | 16th edition as ePaper + pPaper

Annual Survey by the Innovation International Media Consulting Group for WAN-IFRA
by John Burke, Juan Antonio Giner, Juan Señor, Marta Torres.
















Published June 2014
114  pages, English
eBook   90.75 € (PDF, Download)
eBook   free for members (PDF, Download)
pBook  181.50 € (plus postage)

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I didn't have the chance yet, to look inside the report, but I am deeply convinced that innovations in news business (and journalism) are still urgently and thoughtful needed, we are not even halfway there. And I do not mean innovation as life-prolonging measure for long-standing and for more and more outdated for many people, especially the young (...), but innovations that help (and educate) users to develop and enhance their personal news consume pattern. From getting the news (the news finds me in time, at the right place, in context), absorbing, working, sharing and discussing (and expanding) on news and archive, retrieve, remix and re-"publish" such news in context ...  Today, I can (only) share the

Table of Content


DIGITAL-FIRST Juan Antonio Giner
The Financial Times flips print / digital workflows and revenues

NEWSPAPER PUBLISHING Mónica Rey
Why have Jeff Bezos and Warren Buffet bought newspapers?

INTEGRATED NEWSROOMS Javier Ramírez Bañares
INNOVATION completely reconstructs Grupo Nación.

NEWSROOM STAFF Emma Goodman
The war for talent and followers betweenpublishers and their employees

PURE PLAYERS Barry Sussman
First Look Media is backed by $250m. What should it do?

NEWSROOM MANAGEMENT Kai Diekmann
Axel Springer adapts Silicon Valley thinking to the newspaper

NEWS STARTUPS Arno Laeven
The latest striving to be the greatest

TABLET APPS Álvaro Moncada
Newspapers still struggling for success

TECH TRENDS Thodoris Georgakopoulos
The latest in software and hardware innovations.

ADVERTISING IS DEAD John Burke
Long live advertising with Brand Content

NEW REVENUE STREAMS Javier Ramírez Bañares
Why publishers should launch conferences and events

WEB TRAFFIC Chus del Río
Is the homepage still relevant?

DIGITAL SUBSCRIPTIONS John Burke
Newspapers turn to memberships for loyalty and revenues

MULTIMEDIA PRODUCTION Robb Montgomery
Newspaper execs realize that digital video is not television

LONG-FORM JOURNALISM Javier Zarracina and Chiqui Esteban
Digital designs and software are bringing back long reads

JOURNALISTIC STANDARDS Ángel Arrese
Quality still reigns supreme despite technological change

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