The New York Times is known for its innovation. Back when I was getting my masters at NYU, I had the opportunity to get a tour of their research facility, and I was impressed. Now, the newspaper is experimenting with journalism and virtual reality, and has already created some compelling content. According to an article in Pacific Standard, virtual reality journalism is so … [Read more...] about Publishing and Virtual Reality
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NYU Media Talk: Social Content, What’s Working? What’s Not? What’s Next?
Last night's NYU Media Talk was informative, and one of the most entertaining talks I've attended. The topic was on social content, and how social media affects publishing. It was moderated by New York Times Media Equation columnist David Carr, chief strategist and editor-at-large for WaPoLabs Rob Malda, editorial director for Flipboard Josh Quittner, and editor-in-chief of … [Read more...] about NYU Media Talk: Social Content, What’s Working? What’s Not? What’s Next?
Tracking Twitter at the New York Times
When I think of The New York Times, I do not think of technology. Yet, the newspaper has a sophisticated Research and Development Lab, which has been finding new ways for the company to make money in the digital age. I had the opportunity to tour the R&D Lab a few weeks ago, and now I can share one of the things I learned. NYT tracks the life of all their stories on … [Read more...] about Tracking Twitter at the New York Times
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For an NYU field trip, I got to see all the cool stuff the New York Times research and development has been working on. For confidentiality reasons, I can't say what they are doing, but if there is an NYU blog post about it, I'll link it here. But that doesn't mean the New York Times isn't worth mentioning. On Monday, March 28 (which also happens to be my birthday ;) ) NYT … [Read more...] about The New York Times