Insight and analysis on the latest developments in digital journalism

 

Apple iPhone
By Jon Bernstein 26 July 7:15
Changing reader behaviour means publishers will have to reconsider design, working patterns and the business model.
Apple iPad and note pad
By Jon Bernstein 28 June 9:25
Even in a fanciful future where the BBC, Mail Online and the Guardian all charge there will still be digital news freely available
The Times front page, 19 June 2013
By Jon Bernstein 20 June 7:58
You have to give non-subscribers a taste of what they are missing.
Vine app as seen on a smartphone and on a laptop computer (credit: flickr.com/photos/esthervargasc/)
By Jon Bernstein 11 June 8:37
Why journalists should experiment with the mobile video app
The Tumblr homepage, 20 May 2013
By Jon Bernstein 20 May 20:49
Four media outlets making the most out of the blogging site.
MailOnline US
By Jon Bernstein 15 May 12:52
'Mail Online is uniquely positioned to fill a gap in the U.S. news/ent landscape.' So says the slide.
Somebody holding iPhone 3GS reading the New York Times
By Jon Bernstein 10 May 7:40
Smartphones and the production, distribution and consumption of news.
A Spanish-language Apple iPhone
By Jon Bernstein 10 May 7:29
Part two of a two-part blog post.
An array of Apple iPhones
By Jon Bernstein 29 April 7:04
From online storage to video conferencing and audio recording.
The Atlantic homepage
By Jon Bernstein 23 April 7:23
Why it takes a does of counterintuition to properly understand digital.
Guardian apps and website as seen on the tablet computers
By Jon Bernstein 14 April 19:44
"There's a big, big shift to the right." And we're not talking politically.
The New York Times headquarters
By Jon Bernstein 08 April 12:21
"I think we were steeling ourselves for much different results."
BuzzFeed UK launch party invitation shows the Queen riding a Corgi with a Tardis in the background. Naturally.
By Jon Bernstein 24 March 22:50
"Business up front, party in the back."
Google Reader badge
By Jon Bernstein 14 March 17:48
RIP RSS.
An emergency worker walks past the engine of a crashed Turkish Airlines passenger plane at Amsterdam's Schiphol airport 25 February 2009
By Jon Bernstein 08 March 17:09
Social media meets newsgathering.
A woman uses her white Samsung mobile phone
By Jon Bernstein 27 February 11:26
“We moved from knowing exactly who was subscribing but no idea what they were reading, to knowing exactly what they were reading but no idea who they were.”
Blackberry, smartphone and iPad
By Jon Bernstein 20 February 7:50
Facts and figures from News International, Auto Trader and The Economist
By Jon Bernstein 18 February 8:47
Replicating that sense of emotional attachment for an app or HTML 5 website is a tricky business.
Chris Hughes, co-founder of Facebook now publisher of New Republic
By Jon Bernstein 30 January 15:48
New Republic plus Facebook equals fresh thinking.
A man holds an Apple iPad
By Jon Bernstein 28 January 10:40
Including: how the games console model might work for publishers and why Rupert Murdoch’s The Daily wasn’t a complete failure.

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