TKclass mobile trends slides

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Slides from Steve Outing's presentation to JOUR 4871-003 on Trends in Mobile News.

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  1. 1. Trends in mobile news Trends in Communication & Information Technology JOUR 4871-003
  2. 2. From last class: Google Glasses ...
  3. 3. Mobilereporting tools
  4. 4. Most reporters have to do more now ...
  5. 5. For the multi-tasking reporter:Enhancing the smartphone (or iPod Touch)
  6. 6. Mobile live-stream video getting easier 4G mi-fi mobile hotspot: Bluetooth connection to iPod Touch
  7. 7. Small cameras (GoPro) can live-stream video
  8. 8. Remember this? ...
  9. 9. Next time? ... Better-quality smartphone photos, video shared on social media sites Eyewitnesses live-stream VIDEO from their smartphones? Eyewitnesses live-stream AUDIO from their smartphones?
  10. 10. Robotic tripod:Your $159 camera operator Swivl robotic “cameraman” for smartphones and flipcams: $159 Media uses: news reporting, video blogging
  11. 11. MoJo movement growing
  12. 12. Recommended MoJo kit
  13. 13. Mobileeyewitness news
  14. 14. Many apps for eyewitness news, assigments These mobile apps pay you for news photos, video, news reports, fact checking
  15. 15. Many apps for eyewitness news, assigments Demotix daily e-mail assignments Smartphone app for Demotix reporters, photographers
  16. 16. Mobile newsconsumption
  17. 17. Smartphone still young adults’ favorite
  18. 18. Smartphone most commonly used for news
  19. 19. Tablets still have some catch-up to do on sales Pew Research Center, The State of the News Media 2012
  20. 20. But more tablet owners consume news on their devices than smartphone owners Tablet owners: older, more education, higher incomePew Research Center, The State of the News Media 2012
  21. 21. Mobile-device users get more news viasocial media than desktop/laptop users Pew Research Center, The State of the News Media 2012
  22. 22. What newscompaniesneed to do
  23. 23. Most news organizations not yet web-first, need to be mobile-first “News organizations are belatedly, reluctantly and often awkwardly pursuing ‘web-first’ strategies. As we fight these web battles, I am increasingly coming to believe that ‘web first’ is what the military would call fighting the last war. News organizations need a mobile-first strategy.”
  24. 24. It won’t stop: Other mobile platforms will require news companies to adapt Toyota’s Entune (today): smartphone provides car’s Internet connection Toyota.comCNET

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