Breaking News readers suspend automatic refreshing to avoid spoilers during Sochi Olympic Games.
General / International / The extra

Breaking News readers suspend automatic refreshing to avoid spoilers during Sochi Olympic Games.

Laura Aznar.- Breaking news, a digital space which offers rigorous real time news, has published a post that gathers the data regarding how readers were informed about Sochi Olympics. The graph attached, elaborated by the own website, shows how users did not want to know the result of a game before being able to see it, and … Continua llegint

Chinese Wall Street Journal names new director
Asia / International

Chinese Wall Street Journal names new director

Irina Barnés.- After blocking its page in the Asiatic country during almost two months, The Wall Street Journal has announced various changes on its organisation, amongst which the appointment of a new manager. The announcement has been made by Gerard Bakerel, The Wall Street Journal’s chief editor, through a communicate where he announced that Li … Continua llegint

Bill Keller leaves the New York Times to create a new non-profit journalistic start-up
International / USA

Bill Keller leaves the New York Times to create a new non-profit journalistic start-up

Carolina Añaños.- Bill Keller, currently New York Times’ columnist, will quit the newspaper by March to become the chief editor of The Marshall Project, a new not-for-profit journalistic organisation addressed to covering the US criminal system. During the three decades that Keller has dedicated to the New York Times, he has worked as a reporter -gaining a Pulitzer in 1989 … Continua llegint

Boston falls behind in digital media workplace creation
International / USA

Boston falls behind in digital media workplace creation

Boston is still trailed by New York regarding the Internet and digital media. Lately, grand technological companies of the States have been hiring more New Yorkers than people from Boston. Throughout the last four months, New York has presented a growth of 3.2% on Internet and digital media use, while the Boston’s development in the … Continua llegint

The Libération journalists protest against the newspaper’s transformation into a social network
Europe / International

The Libération journalists protest against the newspaper’s transformation into a social network

Jara Bravo.- Journalists of the French newspaper Libération, founded on 1973 by philosopher Jean-Paul Sartre, have aired their opposition towards the project of converting the journal in a social network. “We are a newspaper, not a restaurant, not a social webpage, no a cultural space, not a television study, not a bar, not a business incubator”, … Continua llegint