4. mars 2011

Predictions for Journalism 2011

To close out 2010, we asked some of the smartest people we know to predict what 2011 will bring for the future of journalism.

Dec. 13, 2010: What will 2011 bring for journalism? Clay Shirky predicts widespread disruptions for syndication

Dec. 13, 2010: The great paywall debate: Will The New York Times’ new model work?

Dec. 13, 2010: Steven Brill: 2011 will bring ebook battles, paywall successes, and a new model for long-form articles

Dec. 14, 2010: Better curation on Twitter, pushback against anonymity, and more new startups: Predictions for 2011

Dec. 14, 2010: Smartphone growth, Murdoch’s Daily, and journalism for the poor: Predictions for mobile news in 2011

Dec. 15, 2010: In-car app stores, success for Xinhua, and more social media: Predictions for journalism in 2011

Dec. 15, 2010: Coming soon to journalism: Matt Thompson sees the “Speakularity” and universal instant transcription

Dec. 15, 2010: Dave Winer: There’s no good place for a new Maginot Line for the news

Dec. 16, 2010: Jonathan Stray: In 2011, news orgs will finally start to move past the borders of their own content

Dec. 16, 2010: Gawker copycats, luxurious print, more robots, and a new blogging golden age: Predictions for 2011

Dec. 17, 2010: DDoS attacks on the U.S. media, Twitter history searching, and a big blog deal: More predictions for 2011

Dec. 17, 2010: Jason Fry: A blow to content farms, Facebook’s continued growth, and the continued pull of the open web

Dec. 20, 2010: Maybe not much will change at all: 2011 journalism predictions from Malik, Gillmor, Golis, Grimm, more

Dec. 20, 2010: Scott Karp: Clay Shirky’s right that syndication’s getting disrupted — but not in the ways he thinks it is

Dec. 21, 2010: Tablet-only, mobile-first: News orgs native to new platforms coming soon

Dec. 21, 2010: Jennifer 8. Lee on raw data, APIs, and the growth of “Little Brother”

Dec. 22, 2010: Amy Webb: The IPv4 problem, geofencing, and lots of hyperlocal

Dec. 22, 2010: Keeping Martin honest: Checking on Langeveld’s predictions for 2010

Dec. 22, 2010: Martin Langeveld: Predicting more digital convergence and an AP clearinghouse, coming in 2011

Dec. 22, 2010: Vox populi: What Lab readers think journalism can expect in 2011

Jan. 10: The year ahead in narrative: Little piggies, extraterrestrial life, and how we’ll tell each other stories in 2011

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