Mic’s website audience is tanking by millions of readers a month—and if it continues, it just may save online journalism. That’s because Mic is another example of the cautionary tale set by publications that pivot to video. The strategy, which came into vogue around May 2016, goes like this, with apologies to a famous South […]
Source: The secret cost of pivoting to video – Columbia Journalism Review
For #MOJO mobile video production, there is no compelling reason to jump to iPhone 7 (or 8) or iOS 11. Not yet.
Source: Should you upgrade to iPhone 8 and iOS 11 for video production?
The Dunkirk director reveals the challenges of transforming documented reality into an experience fit for the multiplex.
Source: Christopher Nolan: ‘I’ve not fought in a war, it’s my worst nightmare to do so’
More resolution and much snappier performance make Leica’s entry-level camera much more appealing
Source: Leica’s new TL2 is a much improved mirrorless camera – The Verge
VGTV, an offshoot of the tabloid Verdens Gang, has benefited from Schibsted’s strategy for innovation: separate the new business from the mothership until it is well established, and then reintegrate it back with the whole.
Source: Newsonomics: In Norway, a newspaper’s digital video startup is now generating more revenue than print » Nieman Journalism Lab
The Atlantic is focusing on YouTube for two simple reasons: it offers reach but also a consistent revenue stream from day one.
Source: ‘Focused on profitability’: Why The Atlantic is shifting its focus to YouTube – Digiday
“This is not a reorganization that is forced upon a publisher. It’s a joint realization that if we join forces we can do more than by operating on our own.”
Source: Schibsted is creating new editorial formats — from messaging to personalized homepages » Nieman Journalism Lab