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IV International Future Media Forum: People like non-standard types of visualization
Non-conventional approaches to news presentation, various visualization tools such as animated maps, interactive charts and tables, long texts broken into units, and analytical journalism are the main trends in modern journalism, according to the speakers at the IV International Future Media Forum.
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Data journalist on the Financial Times's
Chief Content Officer - Circa
Head of Newsroom at RUPTLY, RT’s global video news agency
Editor, Video Content BBC World TV/BBC.com/news
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IV International Future Media Forum
IV International Future Media Forum will be held on November 28, 2014 at the International Multimedia Press Center «Rossiya segodnya»
Technologies that change the media
The annual Future Media forum is where editors, journalists, media experts, technologists, business people and specialists discuss trends in and forms of media development in the short term.
The Newsonomics of A News Company of the Future, the FT
What will news companies look like in 2018? How will they operate differently?
“We’re going to tell people how to interview databases”: The rise of data (big and small) in journalism
Kenneth Cukier, coauthor of “Big Data: A Revolution That Will Transform How We Live, Work and Think,” applies his findings to his position as data editor of The Economist.
Trends for 2013: 'Big Data' Gets Bigger
Some industries more likely to benefit from “Big Data” than others
Newspapers embrace infographics
One of Germany's biggest newspapers, Süddeutsche Zeitung, has collected all published infographics on one page of its website and presented them to its readers in a highly original format: as moving pictures.
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