Socialising Around Media
SAM is about the multiscreen media environment, where people consume and interact with content on multiple screens – alongside with other digital and social activities. This new media ecosystem consists of connected “Second” Screen devices, enriched media and TV experiences, user engagement and social interaction. But do media content creators and users have the right tools and platforms to make the most of these new opportunities?
SAM develops a new type of social media and content delivery platform by combining technologies such as Content Syndication, Second Screen, Social Media and Dialogue Systems. What is Sam’s innovation? Instead of users reaching for TV related data it is the data, which reaches the user through a content syndication approach and their “Second” Screen.
Deutsche Welle is a user partner and contributes to a Second Screen content showcase, user requirements, user validation and is lead of dissemination.
The project runs from October 2013 – October 2016.
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DateWednesday, October 9th, 2013
Tired of prolonged searches and fast forwarding while looking for the right video segment? You want to be able to find variations of a certain image? Use novel search techniques like speech recognition, face detection and similarity search in order to quickly find what you are looking for!
The clip shows the vision of AXES. A key aspect of this EU project is to detect and extract visual data such as faces, objects, places and events.
DateThursday, September 26th, 2013
5 Big Links – September 2013
On occasion we find these links to stories, cool content or good insights which are noteworthy, inspiring and eye-opening. Here is our most current list for September 2013.
1. From drumming up page views to building loyalty: How paywalls change a media brand, via Idea Lab.
3. When magazines are go from print to digital publishing, here is great advice on what needs to be considered, via Journalism.co.uk.
4. When you aim to visualize, simple is better. A very effective lesson why this is important, in just one .gif
5. Strange, but true: How illegal downloads shape the market for paid content, via The Week
DateSaturday, September 21st, 2013
On 12 and 13 September, German press agency dpa and media network Hamburg@work hosted scoopcamp 2013 in the Schmidt theatre on Hamburg’s Reeperbahn. Around 280 people attended the event which focused on topics such as the current status and future of journalism, and new forms of storytelling. A key aspect of presentations and discussions was the disruptions as well as opportunities brought about by digitisation. The Deutsche Welle Innovations Team took a very active role in the event. By Jochen Spangenberg, Deutsche Welle
DateWednesday, September 18th, 2013
Archives are not considered that important. Well, up until the moment when someone searches for something. One specifically difficult type of content is raw video footage. Can innovative media clouds help? Find out at IBC2013 in Amsterdam, from September 12. – 17. 2013, meet us at booth 14.380.
DateThursday, September 12th, 2013
Caution, new word here: Hack-a-thon. The word describes one or two day gatherings of coders and non-coders to come up with new ideas. Following the nice notion of „demo, don‘t memo“ a Hackathon aims to produce clickable demonstrators in just two days.
DateWednesday, September 11th, 2013
The volume of digital information streams is constantly increasing. How can journalists keep track of an almost unmanageable flood of data without getting “lost in the jungle”?
Social media channels generate new information every minute every single day. Journalists not only have to monitor and research this information, but also separate out true important data from mere noise and misinformation or even fake content.
Come and join us at the Scoopcamp 2013 in Hamburg!
DateWednesday, August 28th, 2013
Tagsauthor: Kay Macquarrie, AXES, digital archives, digital journalism, event detection, information retrieval, online journalism, search techniques, social media
5 Big Links – August 2013
What is happening in the Media Innovation landscape? With 5 Big Links we inform you every month about the big stories we see out there.
1. Are you a Stuffer or a Stringer? The 7 types of Hashtag Abusers, by #nymag.
2. Online news consumers in meticulous detail. The Digital News Report, by Reuters Institute.
3. Newstainment. Journalism & Video games coming together as a new form of storytelling, by Niemanlab.
4. The Age of the Algorithm. But what if they misbehave? Do we hand over too much power to machines? By The Guardian.
5. Ninja citizen journalists take on media monopolies. The Brazil protests on Government spending and Education, by DW.
DateThursday, August 15th, 2013
On 12 and 13 September 2013, the DW Innovations Project Team will descend on Hamburg to participate in Scoopcamp 2013, an event organised by dpa and Hamburg@work, with Deutsche Welle, Zeit Online and SHIZ as partners. Scoopcamp is dedicated to new forms of (digital) storytelling.
DW Innovation will take a very active role!
DateTuesday, July 23rd, 2013
One win plus loads of positive new insights: Members of the innovation team took part in two “Hackathons” organized by the Global Editors Network in June 2013. The goal was to develop prototypes of novel data-driven applications usable for newsrooms in two days. In Berlin the team consisting of Xiegong Fischer (Editor at Deutsche Welle), Cosmin Cabulea and Mirko Lorenz (Innovation projects) presented an application called “I pay this, you pay that” in order to
DateMonday, July 1st, 2013