Newspaper Of The Future

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Published on November 13, 2008

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What does the future hold for the newspaper? How does tomorrow's editorial process look like and what new journalistic role can we expect? Here's Seismonaut's take at the Danish International Media Festival 2008.

NEWSPAPER OF THE FUTURE

INTERACTION NEW MEDIA EXPERIENCES

STATUS QUO

“THE FUTURE IS ALREADY HERE. IT’S JUST UNEVENLY DISTRIBUTED.” - WILLIAM GIBSON

1. PARADIGM SHIFTS 2. ELECTRONIC INK 3. NEW CONTENT 4. JOURNALISM 2.0

PARADIGM SHIFTS

FROM STANDARDIZATION TO CUSTOMIZATION

FROM TRANSACTION TO CONTINUAL EXCHANGE

FROM AUDIENCES TO PARTICIPANTS

FROM MESSAGE TO DIALOGUE

FROM INFLUENCE TO RELATIONSHIP

THE ADVANTAGES OF NEWSPAPERS

ELECTRONIC INK

AMAZON HAS SOLD 250.000 KINDLE READERS

AMAZON HAS DIGITALIZED MORE THAN 200.000 BOOKS

SONY: “WE WANT TO BE FOR BOOKS WHAT APPLE IS TO MUSIC.”

PHILIPS’ VISION OF THE BOOK OF THE FUTURE

PHILIPS’ VISION PHILIPS BUD PÅ OF THE BOOK OF THE FUTURE FREMTIDENS DIGITALE BOG

PHILIPS’ VISION OF THE BOOK OF THE FUTURE

PLASTIC LOGIC ELECTRONIC READING DEVICE

PLASTIC LOGIC ELECTRONIC READING DEVICE ?????

ETCH A SKETCH NOW WITH CURRENT

1. FLEXIBLE DEVICE 2. READER-FRIENDLY 3. LOW ENERGY CONSUMPTION 4. “UNLIMITED” STORAGE 5. ALWAYS ONLINE

ESQUIRE PUBLISHED 100.000 COPIES WITH E-INK COVER IN OCTOBER 2008

ESQUIRE PUBLISHED 100.000 COPIES WITH E-INK COVER IN OCTOBER 2008

NEW CONTENT

MEDIA CONTENT ★ CUSTOMIZED CONTENT ★ CONTEXT-AWARE CONTENT ★ ENGAGEMENT AND PARTICIPATION

BUSINESS MODELS ★ CONTEXTUAL ADS ★ MICRO PAYMENT ★ THE MEDIA COMPANIES’ “LONG TAIL”

THE DUSTY LONG TAIL

JOURNALISM 2.0

NEW MEDIA STORY Quotes Photos Links Video Story Feed Audio Corrections Comments Kilde: Jeff Jarvis, 2008

NEW MEDIA STORY PROCESS Publication Diskussion Follow-up Discussion Corrections Idea Interviews Story Reporting Answers Comments Questions Links Kilde: Jeff Jarvis, 2008

NEW JOURNALIST TITLES

NEW JOURNALIST TITLES INNOVATION JOURNALIST NEWS PROGRAMMER SOCIAL MEDIA FACILITATOR CROSS MEDIA AGENT COMMUNITY MANAGER CONTENT CURATOR INFORMATION AGENT MOBILE JOURNALIST

COMMUNITY MANAGER “A community is a very delicate thing.You have to let it grow at the speed it is comfortable growing at, let it turn into whatever it turns itself into and remember never take anything from it without giving back in some way.” - Jeffrey Kalmikoff, CCO, Threadless.com

Navlestreng.dk Blogs.usatoday.com/cruiselog

CONTENT CURATOR

Businessweek.com Wowowow.com

CROSS MEDIA AGENT quot;Everyone
has
to
be
able
to
work
with
and
operate
 on
all
media
platforms
in
the
corporation.
In
this
way
 journalists
will
have
more
resources
to
work
with.
 Instead
of
sending
three
journalists
from
different
 channels
to
cover
a
football
match,
we
will
have
 someone
who
report
the
results,
one
who
write
a
 portrait
of
the
goal
scorer
and
one
who
live
blogs.quot; - Lisbeth
Knudsen,
Editor
in
Chief,
Berlingske
Tidende World
Editors
Forum
2008

CROSS MEDIA AGENT quot;Everyone
has
to
be
able
to
work
with
and
operate
 on
all
media
platforms
in
the
corporation.
In
this
way
 journalists
will
have
more
resources
to
work
with.
 Instead
of
sending
three
journalists
from
different
 channels
to
cover
a
football
match,
we
will
have
 someone
who
report
the
results,
one
who
write
a
 portrait
of
the
goal
scorer
and
one
who
live
blogs.quot; - Lisbeth
Knudsen,
Editor
in
Chief,
Berlingske
Tidende World
Editors
Forum
2008

“A NEWSPAPER IS A WRITTEN PUBLICATION CONTAINING NEWS, INFORMATION AND ADVERTISING, USUALLY PRINTED ON LOW- COST PAPER CALLED NEWSPRINT. NEWSPAPERS ARE MOST OFTEN PUBLISHED ON A DAILY OR WEEKLY BASIS, AND THEY USUALLY FOCUS ON ONE PARTICULAR GEOGRAPHIC AREA WHERE MOST OF THEIR READERS LIVE.” SOURCE: WIKIPEDIA.ORG

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