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New technologies, tools and techniques continue to challenge conventions by enabling imaginative new media. These slides accompany a session focused on 15 trends, highlighting how these new ideas and approaches are creating exciting opportunities for media innovation.

New technologies, tools and techniques continue to challenge conventions by enabling imaginative new media. These slides accompany a session focused on 15 trends, highlighting how these new ideas and approaches are creating exciting opportunities for media innovation.

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  1. SNACKABLE IDEAS
 PRESENTS by @jeremycaplan 15 THINGS TO KNOW for 2015 Updates for digital media junkies bit.ly/ninjanext Today’s Links: DADDYHOOD
  2. Today’s Agenda 5 New Looks for Journalism Media in New Shapes & Sizes What’s Ahead for Journalism #NewVisuals #FreshForms #WhatsNext 6 7 1. Next-Gen Video Next-gen video is interactive, w/ paths, links & layers SUMMARY
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  5. 2007: Funny Or Die THEN AND NOW 2015: Racontr Up to a two line subtitle, generally used to describe the takeaway for the slide 20
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  7. bit.ly/jcvidlinks M A K E I N T E R A C T I V E V I D E O S 27 2. Snow Flurries Momentum is building for immersive storytelling SUMMARY
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  10. Immersive Storytelling The Snow Flurry Approach 37 Creative MultimediaIn-Depth StoriesFocus on Design Blending photo, video + textRolling contentClean, simple presentation Mic QUARTZ VOX
  11. EIGHT FIVE THIRTY THE MARSHALL PROJECT THE INTERCEPT 44 3. Interactive Images
  12. Data world = a new golden age for infographics SUMMARY
  13. 53 Newsbound 54 Vox Card Stacks 55 56
  14. 57 58 59 4. Snazzy New Tools We’re moving beyond smartphone cameras SUMMARY
  15. 61 62 63 64
  16. 65 Bubl 67 68 360.TV Cam
  17. 69 PlexiDrone 71
  18. 73 Lytro 75
  19. 77 eyefi 78 79 5. Social Sourcing Spot stories before they go viral SUMMARY
  20. 81 82 83 84
  21. 85 Upworthy Buzzfeed 88 6. Secret Stories
  22. The social backlash is well underway SUMMARY 92 7. The Last Blogs
  23. The appeal of individual blogs is fading SUMMARY 94 95 96
  24. 97 98 99 100
  25. 101 103 8. Audio Renaissance Audio is the new video; new networks are rising SUMMARY
  26. P O D C A S T S A R E O N T H E R I S E I N T E R V I E W S N A R R AT I V E S C O N V E R S AT I O N S TA L E S N E W A U D I E N C E S F O R A U D I O
  27. 109 9. Micro Design Not mobile first. Mobile only. SUMMARY CIRCA Watchup
  28. AJ+ Up to a two line subtitle, generally used to describe the takeaway for the slide 114 115 116
  29. 117 118 Snapseed 119 Additional Notes: bit.ly/ninjamobile 8 Handy Mobile Apps for Efficiency TASKS CALENDAREMAIL READING NOTES CAMERAPODCASTS PHOTO EDITING TOODLEDO BOXER REFRESH INSTAPAPER EVERNOTE DOWNCAST CAMERA+ SNAPSEED
  30. 121 10. Wearable News Wearables for data? Maybe. Consumption? Not yet. SUMMARY
  31. 126 127 Up to a two line subtitle, generally used to describe the takeaway for the slide 128
  32. Up to a two line subtitle, generally used to describe the takeaway for the slide 129 130 11. Tiny Tailoring Personalization is changing news distribution SUMMARY Up to a two line subtitle, generally used to describe the takeaway for the slide 132
  33. Up to a two line subtitle, generally used to describe the takeaway for the slide 133 134 135 Up to a two line subtitle, generally used to describe the takeaway for the slide 136
  34. 137 12. Magic Money Many new revenue streams value service over content SUMMARY A New Multifaceted Approach Narratively’s Revenue Streams 139 Sponsorship Syndication Custom Content Events Supplying high-quality content for use in education Creating content commissioned by companies Drawing paid attendees and sponsors to local events Selling special ebooks and special content collectionsPremium Content Providing sponsors with subtle branding on and off the site Giving members extra benefits, access and discountsMembership 140 Multimedia Services Producing photos and video pieces for local organizations, businesses and individuals
  35. 141 Social Media Services Consulting with organizations, businesses and individuals on social media execution 142 Education Providing in-person training or online classes for businesses, organizations or individuals 143 New News Organization 144 70 Events Texas Tribune plans almost-weekly events, from panel discussions to a big ideas festival
  36. 145 2000 attendees $225/ticket @Texas Tribune Festival 146 CrowdFunding Beyond Kickstarter 147 148 Kickstarter
  37. 149 150 151 From local coverage to topical focus Journalism Content Site Specialization 152 Overlap Geographic Demographic Psychographic (Topics)
  38. 153 Social Ads MinnPost 154 Real Time Ads MinnPost To find out more about the sites and data used in this presentation, here are some follow-up sources and resources Sources and Resources ‣ bit.ly/localsites = J-Lab’s list of 1250+ local U.S. sites ‣ submojour.net = Research on Journalism Startups ‣ bit.ly/cjrstartups = Columbia Journalism Review Startup Coverage ‣ niemanlab.org/encyclo = Nieman Lab’s Future of News Encyclopedia ‣ bit.ly/ejlinks = Resource Board on Entrepreneurial Journalism 155 156 13. Most Wanted
  39. New talent is needed: coding/analytics/social/+ SUMMARY Supplementing reporting, writing and editing with new strengths Journalism Skills for 2015 158 Photo, Video, Audio Multimedia Building Community Social Media Numbers & Graphics Data & Design Digital Flexibility Coding Entrepreneurial Mindset Business 159 160 14. Bionic Publishing
  40. Bots can cover sports, weather, stocks & more SUMMARY 162 Narrative Science 163 Automated Insights 164
  41. 165 The best way to create triggers to automate common tasks IFTTT (IF This, Then That) 166 167 168
  42. 169 170 15. + Resources Useful resources for staying up to date New Sites and Startups 171 BetaLi.st ProductHunt.co JournalismTools New Sites and Resources New Startups Ranked pinterest.com/JournalismTools ProductHunt
  43. BetaLi.st 173 BetaLi.st pinterest.com/journalismtools 174 @jeremycaplan Today’s Links ‣bit.ly/ninjanext 175 176 Jeremy Caplan Director of Education Tow-Knight Center for Entrepreneurial Journalism CUNY Graduate School of Journalism jeremy@jeremycaplan.com @jeremycaplanThank You

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