Search

尹思哲

✎ Just do it ✎

Tag

The future of newspaper

Investing in the Podcast Ecosystem in 2019

In the world of podcasting, the flywheel is spinning: new technologies including AirPods, connected cars, and smart speakers have made it much easier for consumers to listen to audio content, which in turn creates more revenue and financial opportunity for creators, which further encourages high-qua

Read more: http://bit.ly/2M7cPd3

Cheddar

Read more: http://bit.ly/2JVFlvG

A doorbell company owned by Amazon wants to start producing “crime news” and it’ll definitely end well

When news organizations think about competition from tech companies, it’s usually in terms of the audience’s attention and advertisers’ dollars. But if Amazon has its way, a new sort of competition may be coming from a mixture of surveillance, fear, and doorbells.

Read more: http://bit.ly/2H6cl2u

Britons less trusting of social media than other major nations

Britons trust social media platforms less than any other major nation and favour stronger regulation of Silicon Valley’s technology companies, according to a survey of 23 countries.

Read more: http://bit.ly/2VllBbW

The future of news is private and conversational: SCMP’s CEO Gary Liu

When Hong Kong-based South China Morning Post, a 115-year-old media organization with a storied history, was looking for a CEO a few years ago, Gary Liu didn’t immediately appear like an obvious choice for the role.

Read more: http://bit.ly/2VNCSd1

知乎拒绝中年危机

尽管这次名字已升级改为“新知青年大会”,但还是有不少用户习惯性地把它称为“盐 Club”、“面基大会”。

Read more: http://bit.ly/2LfPYMd

「學好中文」才是好翻譯的優先條件:科學知識翻譯的眉眉角角與心法──2019泛知識節

台灣有許多科普書籍都是由翻譯而來,翻譯就像是作者跟讀者之間的傳話筒,那麼要怎麼當一個好的傳話筒?這個作者到底在寫什麼,為什麼要這麼寫?我這樣寫,讀者看的懂嗎?寫得這麼簡明扼要,是可以的嗎?

Read more: http://bit.ly/2ZDucVF

10 essential newsletters every journalist should read

Here at Journalism.co.uk, we love a good newsletter. Those bite-sized summaries and tidbits to help ease into your day and bring you up to speed, whilst nursing your morning coffee.

Read more: http://bit.ly/2ZCDBNq

Podcast wars: $100 million startup Luminary launches tomorrow without Reply All or The Daily

It took less than a day for Luminary to become enemy number one of the podcast industry. Last month, on the same day that it unveiled its subscription podcast service, the company tweeted a typed-out image of a bunny holding a sign: “Podcasts don’t need ads.

Read more: http://bit.ly/2XAwTpm

When local newspapers shrink, fewer people bother to run for mayor

What do strong local newspapers do? Well, past research has shown they increase voter turnout, reduce government corruption, make cities financially healthier, make citizens more knowledgable about politics and more likely to engage with local government, force local TV to raise its game, encourage

Read more: http://bit.ly/2P4xGf0

Cool Japan Fund invests $10m in Singapore’s lifestyle media firm Clozette

Cool Japan Fund, a public-private fund under the Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry of Japan, has invested $10 million in the Series C round of Singapore-based beauty and lifestyle media firm Clozette.

Read more: http://bit.ly/2KpZVGv

Facebook is asking to be regulated but wants to choose how

Like climate change and the financial system, the answer to this question is both yes, and no.

Read more: http://bit.ly/2U3J2AO

Exponent Podcast: YouTube and the End of Friction

On Exponent, the weekly podcast I host with James Allworth, we discuss the question of YouTube, why it’s similar and different from Facebook, and why engagement is both alluring and a potential problem. Listen to it here.

Read more: http://bit.ly/2U1gPdQ

US community journalists can learn about algorithms thanks to $100k AI ethics grant

We tend not, however, to think about how AI can be used by community journalists.

Read more: http://bit.ly/2G4xlq1

Media Companies Take a Big Gamble on Apple

Executives have been burned by their previous dealings with big tech companies. But Apple’s promise of a billion devices worldwide was too good to pass up. Even for Rupert Murdoch.

Read more: https://nyti.ms/2WKTBdZ

Mark Zuckerberg says Facebook may pay publishers to put their stuff in a dedicated news section

More than a year after announcing that Facebook would feature less news, Mark Zuckerberg says he has a new idea: He wants to create a new section of his social network that would be devoted to “high quality news”, and may pay publishers that share their stuff there.

Read more: http://bit.ly/2I697Nu

Why Am I Seeing This? We Have an Answer for You

News Feed is always personalized to you — and starting today you’ll have even more information and control over your experience.

Read more: http://bit.ly/2Um7KQZ

Tech companies storm the content business

As TV advertising sales season approaches, traditional East coast media companies are under pressure to hold on to precious content rights or create popular programming to keep users from ditching their cable packages.

Read more: http://bit.ly/2JTdldD

What happens when bots become editors?

Automated content has been a topic for years but it is still quite rare to find examples of media organisations who are employing it successfully, with some notable exceptions.

Read more: http://bit.ly/2OGH5tf

The Real Choice You Make When You Subscribe to Apple Services

If there’s anything that’s clear from Apple’s event Monday, it’s that the maker of premium tech products is trying to sell people on its vision for the future of services—a seemingly effortless lifestyle filled with always-accessible media, exclusive videogames, and cash-back incentives fr

Read more: http://bit.ly/2FLxKNP

Morning Brew claims 1 million subscribers, $3m in revenue — and a profitable business

Morning Brew gave its business a major jolt in 2018. It hopes to keep hopped up in 2019. On Thursday, Feb. 7, the newsletter publisher will announce that it has amassed 1 million subscribers since its launch in 2015.

Read more: http://bit.ly/2UYE2yx

Techmeme now publishing paid and free “Leaderboards” showing the most influential reporters around a specific news topic

Today Techmeme has begun publishing Topic Leaderboards, which list the top authors and publications covering topic areas such as cloud computing, autonomous vehicles, and cryptocurrency, with additional topics to come.

Read more: http://bit.ly/2HzYMZT

The Ultimate Work Skills List to Help You Change Careers

Career changes are tough. As adults, there are many factors that impact our decisions – family, finances, life partner, or the labor market. As you analyze and plan, it’s easy to fall victim to your own preconceived notions and jaded assumptions.

Read more: http://bit.ly/2Y5sCLE

The podcast industry is growing out of its teen years — and facing a new identity struggle

Welcome to Hot Pod, a newsletter about podcasts. This is issue 199, published March 12, 2019. A tipping point.

Read more: http://bit.ly/2T4e4rF

《蘋果動新聞》4月免費訂閱 現在開始登記

成班BB何解如此大陣仗?又槍又鑽仲出埋木樁?原來BB們發現《蘋果動新聞》需要訂閱,相當激動,於是出動千軍萬馬,試圖破解訂閱之牆,到最後發現原來免費,只要登記成為壹會員,填妥簡單資料就OK。

Read more: http://bit.ly/2VPi8hs

The Financial Times buys The Next Web to beef up live events business

The Financial Times has bought a controlling stake in consumer publisher The Next Web, marking its first acquisition in continental Europe.

Read more: http://bit.ly/2TrYURz

The Cost of Apple News

Apple Inc.

Read more: http://bit.ly/2HbZlc6

Here’s why we’re entering the Golden Age of Podcasts (in 10 graphs)

Podcasts have been around since at least 2004. But unlike text-based news and blogs, which have gone through waves of centralization and disruption thanks to Facebook and Google, the podcast industry has remained stubbornly decentralized.

Read more: http://bit.ly/2Vgu7Ej

The Pressure on the News Industry Is a Symptom of Disempowerment

Already a subscriber? Log in here This article is part of our archive of over 2,400 stories and is only available to subscribers. To give you a preview of the work we do, you can enter your email to access the full article.

Read more: http://bit.ly/2X8l9Lm

TechCrunch unveils a subscription product, Extra Crunch

TechCrunch has spent nearly 15 years covering the technology and startup worlds. This week it will try to forge a new kind of relationship with those communities. On Tuesday, Feb. 12, the Verizon Media Group-owned publisher will launch Extra Crunch, a subscription product that costs $15 per month.

Read more: http://bit.ly/2Sx5PJg

Create a website or blog at WordPress.com

Up ↑