Category Archives: multimedia journalism

The P-I-C-K Structure For Maximum Engagement With Mobile Content

Our research of interactive multimedia continues to reveal new insights into how mobile users – especially younger users – respond to new structures for content. Yes, we know that mobile users spend less time with less content than users of … Continue reading

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The Structure of Text and Links Can Significantly Affect Reader Interest and Understanding

This study in┬áScience Communication, tested two combinations of text and links (links to web sites versus links to explanations). For complex news about health and science, explanatory text with links that DON’T take users to other web sites significantly enhanced … Continue reading

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Explaining “the next era of news”

There is not a more appropriate time for our College to that slogan in quotes. The College is moving forward with its new building and its new web site, the faculty is moving forward with new curricular changes, and I … Continue reading

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Explaining “The Way Forward” in Journalism Education

Watching the live streaming of panels from the Paley Center for Media, there are still no specific solutions for journalism. There were hours of interesting comments and insights from the distinguished panels of experienced professionals. I cannot, however, avoid making … Continue reading

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