Tag: fivethirtyeight

by Julie Keck

1. The Internet is on go-slow today to support net neutrality (Rainey Reitman / Gizmodo) 2. What Apple’s new products say about the future (Alexis C. Madrigal / The Atlantic) 3. U2, Apple and the deal behind getting ‘Songs of Innocence’ free of charge (John Jurgensen / The Wall Street Journal) 4. Guardian Space & [...] more »

by Julie Keck

1. Study: How is user-generated content used in TV news? (Justin Ellis / Nieman Lab) 2. The right (and wrong) way to think about how Aereo works (Jeff Bercovici / Forbes) 3. American journalist with Vice News captured in Eastern Ukraine (Brian Ries / Mashable) 4. Comcast close to subscriber deal with Charter Communications (Shalini [...] more »

by Mark Glaser

Vox.com launched this week, the much talked-about explanatory news site headed up by former Washington Post columnist Ezra Klein. There’s been a lot of anticipation around Vox.com’s launch, and to many it seems like Vox is lodestar for a new kind of journalism that’s largely influenced by a singular editorial vision. We’ve seen other journalists [...] more »

by Julie Keck

1. FiveThirtyEight and the end of average (Ben Thompson / Stratechery) 2. New Brazilian platform expands boundaries of in-depth news investigations online (Natalia Mazotte / UT Knight Center) 3. When robots help human journalists (Caroline O’Donovan / Nieman Lab) 4. Amazon to ship video-streaming device in April (Greg Bensinger / Wall Street Journal) 5. On [...] more »

by Zach C. Cohen

When a blogger or journalist furthers their personal brand within a newsroom, who benefits? The New York Times’ Nate Silver is moving his FiveThirtyEight empire to ESPN, the Washington Post is launching a tech policy blog, and the Times quietly killed its Media Decoder blog (which had no guiding personality). Which blogs work for which newsroom? [...] more »

by Julie Keck

1. After a huge journalistic crime, on the level of Lehrer or Blair, should you get blacklisted from paid journalism? (Gawker) 2. NYT statistician might stop blogging if it influences election results (Politico) 3. Now Novel – the easy, social way to write a book…for a price (ventureburn) 4. 5 simple ways to track social [...] more »