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Mobile trends to watch in second half of 2014; plus, a newsgathering guide to Tweetdeck

Here's our roundup of the top digital and social media stories you should know about (and from Andrew Beaujon, 10 media stories to start your day, and from Kristen Hare, a world roundup): — At Poynter, Adam Hochberg explores in depth Gannett's three-year CMS overhaul to "replace the existing systems and serve every Gannett newsroom – from … Read More
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Google removes Guardian, BBC search results; Facebook drives 25% of Hearst's traffic

— Google has notified The Guardian and BBC that certain articles will no longer appear in European searches, Mark Scott writes at The New York Times Bits blog. A European court ruling allows people "to ask for links to information about themselves to be removed from search results." — As news organizations fail to take advantage of the … Read More
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ComScore: Users spend 60 percent of their digital media time with mobile platforms

— ComScore data indicates users spend 60 percent of their digital media time with mobile platforms, up from 50 percent last year. And "time spent on mobile apps is higher than any other digital medium, coming in at 51 percent," CNET's Dara Kerr writes. — Version 2.0 of Jason Calacanis' Inside app is here, Capital New York's Johana Bhuiyan … Read More
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How small screens impact photojournalism — and tips for adapting

On Sunday morning, before I got out of bed, I started reading a story from The New York Times on my phone. I found it via Twitter, naturally, and enjoyed Freda Moon's account of a journey from Chicago to New Orleans aboard a vintage Pullman sleeper car. But halfway through the story, I realized I had … Read More
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News in motion: six ways to be a good mobile editor

So you want to be a mobile editor? Or maybe you just got the gig. Congratulations! Now what? I've heard that question a lot lately from newly minted mobile editors at organizations big and small. It's not that surprising. Mobile has been the coming future of news and information for a long time, but many news outlets only woke up … Read More
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As CNN mobile traffic hits 40%, editor calls web vs. apps debate 'red herring'

CNN announced last week that mobile page views accounted for 40 percent of its overall traffic, the result of equally emphasizing its mobile website and mobile apps even as some in the industry remain stuck in an either-or debate. ESPN's traffic crossed the 50 percent mobile threshold late last year and BuzzFeed's traffic is also majority mobile, … Read More
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Future of Digital: Business Insider's crystal ball

Business Insider In case you missed it, Business Insider CEO Henry Blodget and its BI Intelligence research service distilled a slew of digital trends for its Ignition event earlier this month, trends that news organizations might ponder and act on. In a slide deck posted Nov. 12, the news site identified these major movements in the marketplace: Read More
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