Digital public affairs professionals will find a powerful reveal for time, place & device targeting in comScore’s latest report on Canadian Internet usage.
Unlike other public figures who have reason to be embarrassed by their actions (or at least humiliated for being caught), Dr. Spence has taken ownership of his mistake.
Highlights from Bob Ledrew’s talk on what creatives and content producers can learn from the practices and structures of journalism.
More of us are faced with the first world decision of having to pay for online news from traditional news organizations. It’s not simply about money.
To be seen as relevant, journalists and content creators must be attentive to online chatter and be able to tell stories to their audiences in short segments — digestible sizes with the most important-in-the-moment information.
The screenshot below shows a comment left by “Geordie Young” on the CBC.ca articleÂ Olympic coverage tweet puts Twitter at centre of scandalÂ (full disclosure: I’m quoted in the article). Like most articles, the journalist is forced to be very selective on the use of quotes from outside sources. If Amber had run everything I said, the […]
An editorial in Friday’s edition of The Economist caused a minor ripple on Twitter. FromÂ Friday through Sunday, 265 tweets were issued (22 in French) from 235 Twitter accounts. The Economist piece, Time to flip:Â The voters may be starting to tire of the prime ministerâ€™s bullying, was picked up the National PostÂ and other Canadian news organizations […]