How mobile is changing news gathering and delivery
PART 1: Mobile-first delivery
Executives from Journal Broadcast Group, Cox Media and Raycom Media explain how they are using the mobile platform to make their news operations more social and engaging for audience members.
PART 2: Mobile-first reporting
Some newsrooms are using iPhones to capture video. Others are replacing live trucks with live backpack units. And many stations also are taking advantage of the mobile audience and increasing the use of user-generated content. These and other mobile approaches are becoming a standard part of the newsgathering process.
PART 3: Mobile-first content
In addition to delivering the traditional forms of news stories – text, audio, photos and videos – mobile devices offer the opportunity for entirely new ways to inform an audience. They also provide an opportunity for news operations to redefine themselves.
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