You sometimes hear what we do at Circa described as “chunkifying” — taking the news and presenting it in mobile-friendly chunks. And while on the surface this observation is correct, it misses the bigger picture.
Yes, each “point” of Circa … Read more
Text-based journalism has Flipboard and Zite. Music has Pandora. Video has YouTube. Tapping into elements of all these services for a different form of media is Rivet News Radio, the first product from Chicago-based startup HearHere Radio LLC, which … Read more
The latest incarnation of the Sporting News app enters the aggregation arena in a bid to distinguish itself from ESPN’s less open mobile products, Digiday reports. But does its play to be the “Flipboard of sports” … Read more
Every news organization should have a mobile web presence, Allen Klosowski, vice president of mobile and connected devices at video advertising firm SpotXchange, told Poynter during his visit for a NewsU webinar. He explains why mobile web should be the … Read more
Large media organizations face different mobile challenges from smaller ones. Structure also matters; a large organization like NPR will approach a project differently from a large but more disbursed one like Digital First Media. Allen Klosowski, vice president of mobile … Read more
Behind the buzz-buzz of a smartphone alert could come anything: News of the death of Osama bin Laden, or a “we have to talk” text, or an email with that job offer, finally.
Or it could be news of a … Read more
Measuring mobile traffics is challenging: how do you compare mobile and desktop traffic? Allen Klosowski, vice president of mobile and connected devices at video advertising company SpotXchange, shares how he calculated mobile metrics when he was senior director of mobile … Read more