Guardian :: The Guardian has beefed up its system for handling complaints by appointing a panel to work in concert with the readers’ editor.
Press Gazette :: Lack of independence from the newspaper industry is the key reason Guardian Media Group has given for refusing to sign up to the Independent Press Standards Organisation.
PBS Mediashift :: Numeracy, or numerical literacy, is at the heart of data journalism. And if you are the kind of person who wants to become more numerate in order to do data journalism (maybe you’re a designer? A student? An inquisitive citizen?), one way to start is by thinking about a horse.
Bill Bennett :: New Zealand has a vibrant and flourishing technology sector. Nobody would use those words to describe New Zealand technology journalism.
Mediapost :: Can MVPDs keep up with the pace of change? Can content providers maximize the value of their offerings across platforms? What is the future of TVE, OTT, TV programmatic on the core business?
WAN-IFRA :: PressReader is the oldest digital kiosk on the market. At the heart of its development strategy are mobile platforms. On mobile, “there’s a generation gap that calls for a differentiation in the service we offer,” says Chief Content Officer Nikolay Malyarov.
Missouri :: A recent NPR series on delinquent mine owners benefitted from the data journalism skills of a Missouri School of Journalism graduate student. Anna Boiko-Weyrauch, MA ’13, worked on the series as part of her master’s project.