News organizations are embracing content aimed at cell phones and other mobile devices as part of their survival strategy in the digital age, AJR reports.
Marc Frons, chief technology officer, digital operations for The New York Times, explains why The Times uses open source software and will be releasing APIs to its content in a Q&A with readers.
CBS News is launching an improved mobile site that will recommend relevant headlines based on what people with similar tastes are clicking on.
Nicely done: cbsnews.com/iphone.
paidContent reports: A Reuters reporter will this week embark on an experiment to report the arrival of Tesco in the US with little more than a Nokia N95 mobile phone. The news agency has been using the “mobile journalism toolkit”, developed through close partnership with Nokia, for a couple of months now, but mostly to […]