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The Washington Post has announced a new video player that allows for continuous video viewing while scrolling through an article page. The technology, built by The Post's engineering team, leverages the company's proprietary video platform first introduced in December 2014.
These T-shirts just might bring a new subscriber to The Tidewater News. In addition to the shirts that are sparking conversation in the community, you'll find links in this article to the paper's radio and TV commercials.
This week we explore options for editing video on mobile devices.
Healthy pizza. College depression. Beauty tips from Miss Florida. These are a few of the topics covered in Student Body Magazine, a new online publication by college-age adults for their peers. The new site, which launched last week, is a one-stop shop for information on how young adults can enhance their quality of life.
The Ethical Journalism Network (EJN) and the Donald W. Reynolds Journalism Institute (RJI) have launched the Accountable Journalism website, which includes the largest database of media codes in a user-friendly and searchable Web application. One goal of the Accountable Journalism project is to be an ongoing crowdsourcing initiative to keep the database current.
With Memorial Day just a few months away, other newspapers might find this Best Revenue Contest idea to be something that would work well in their markets, too.