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Les cinq paradoxes d’une presse qui se meurt

la presse perd sur son propre terrain, celui de l’information.


↓↓↓ Look Down ↓↓↓

In a world of infinite headlines, there’s no need for one.


The future of journalism: It’s time to pick a side

On one side there’ll be the ad supported sites like the HuffPost, Buzzfeed, the Daily Mail, and Forbes who have embraced their role as aggregators, choppers, and filterers out of other people’s work. On the other side will be the publications which have figured out a way to pay for all of those real costs of journalism I listed above. They’ll have combined a variety of business models to allow them to run almost entirely ad-free, funded in large part by readers.


the new

Today we are pleased to give everyone a little sneak peak of the soon to be released The project took over a year to complete, involved all departments within Fi from strategy to UX to design to development, and was spear-headed by the desire to radically re-imagine the way users interact with news online. The new innovative page-turning model of the website allows users to flip through pages while reading articles, changing the experience of reading news online to that of reading a digital magazine. It also allows for large and immersive interactive ads that support video between the news pages – modernizing the canvas for digital advertising.

Give Me Something To Read

A hand-picked selection of the finest articles and essays saved with Instapaper.

Longreads: The best long-form stories on the web

Longreads are changing the way people read online. They’re stories that are best enjoyed away from your desk — whether it’s on a daily commute, an airplane, a subway, or your couch. It’s in-depth stories, perfect for the iPad, iPhone or Kindle, and apps like Instapaper, Flipboard, Readability and Read It Later. Longreads posts links to new stories every day — they include long-form journalism, magazine stories from your favorite publications (The New Yorker, Esquire, The Atlantic), short stories, interview transcripts, and even historical documents. (For the record: Longreads are typically more than 1,500 words.)

Send Me A Story

One Story Every Week By Email.

Longform posts new and classic non-fiction articles, curated from across the web, that are too long and too interesting to be read on a web browser. We recommend enjoying them using read later services like Instapaper and Read It Later and feature buttons to save articles with one click. Launched in April 2010, has been featured by Slate, New York Magazine, The Guardian, and others.


Journalisme et réseaux sociaux : 11 tendances pour 2011 | Citizenside blog

Ni prédictions, ni révélations ici, mais une synthèse non exhaustive des idées lues, vues, entendues en cette fin d’année sur les blogs et dans les conférences (notamment Rencontres RSLN, LeWeb, News:Rewired).



C’est une nouvelle aventure intellectuelle, indépendante et collective. Autrement dit, c’est un magazine. Ou peut-être un livre ? Serait-ce plutôt une BD ? En fait, c’est tout ça à la fois. C’est un produit de presse d’un nouveau genre, trimestriel, de 200 pages.

Magazines and Their Web Sites

A Columbia Journalism Review survey and report


Le Tumblr de Newsweek


Aged comedy « BuzzMachine

In case you didn’t see it, here’s Jason Jones of the Daily Show at The New York Times talking about “aged news” and challenging an editor to “find one thing in there that happened today.” Editor and Publisher sort of sniffs about why The Times would allow someone in to make fun of them. They might just have a sense of humor.

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