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Our participation in EU projects often gets us involved in the dissemination and evaluation of the projects’ results. Using the example of Social Sensor , this article explains how we used an iPad app to support us in both tasks.
DateThursday, December 18th, 2014
From late 2011 until October 2014, the Deutsche Welle Innovation Projects team participated in the EC co-funded project SocialSensor. The project dealt with the collection, processing and aggregation of large volumes of social media data and multimedia content in order to discover trends, events, influencers and interesting media content in Social Networks. Overall, SocialSensor achieved some impressive outcomes.
DateTuesday, December 2nd, 2014
For the first time, ever, the innovation teams of all ARD-broadcasters come together to discuss the future of technology in journalism.
As the hosts of this meeting, we are keeping track of the events unfolding and are keeping you updated right here:
DateTuesday, November 25th, 2014
DW Innovation @ NewsXchange
From 12 to 14 November 2014 we had the opportunity to attend the NewsXchange 2014 conference in Prague, Czech Republic. “We” in this case means DW Innovation’s Wilfried Runde and Jochen Spangenberg, completed by Ellen Schuster of DW’s Strategic Programme Planning Department.
The annual conference is one of Europe’s prime events for the news industry. It brings together experts from all over the world. This year’s headcount came down to an astonishing 520 delegates – a first time ever sell-out in the NewsXchange history. Most attendants were either members of the broadcasting and electronic media industries or news agencies. Others came from solution and service providers making their way to the Czech capital to attend an inspiring and well-organized event that was well worth the visit.
News coverage and reporting from all angles
Being future-of-media-savvy people, we used the opportunity to discuss the state of affairs in newsgathering and reporting, and to find out about current and new trends and challenges.
DateThursday, November 20th, 2014
Experimental series on data, visualization and storytelling all around the 2014 Brazil World Cup
With people worldwide focusing on the 2014 FIFA World Cup for the next couple of weeks we expect a lot of interesting coverage in the media.
DateThursday, June 12th, 2014
The road to 2024: trend-spotting our world, our industry and our audience
When: 28 May 2014
Where: InterContinental, Vienna, Austria
DateTuesday, May 27th, 2014
The Cologne Game Lab and the Good Evil games studio are set to host Europe’s first newsgame hackathon next month in Cologne, Germany, as a Kick-off event for the 5th international computer game conference Clash of Realities.
DateThursday, April 10th, 2014
A brief profile of “Technology Will Save Us”: The UK-based company provides Do-it-yourself kits, to build all kinds of technical things yourself. The idea is educate and built understanding. Which is cool.
DateMonday, November 18th, 2013
5 Big Links – November 2013
Short and sweet: Five links that lead to novel views about media, tech and innovation.
1. Must see this month, if you haven’t already: NSA decoded: Impressive, interactive dossier by The Guardian.
2. Infecting an audience: Why great stories spread. Worthwhile re-thinking how to create meaningful communication.
3. Times are changing, so journalism has to change too: Advice for student news media: Be radically experimental!
4. Helpful: Model Curricula for Journalism Education, a compendium of new syllabi, via Unesco.
5. Tagging in a different way. What could media do with this technology?
DateTuesday, November 12th, 2013
Tags5 Big Links, education, innovation, interactive, journalism, Nanotechnology, storytelling, tags
We have just started a new innovation project about Second Screen and content syndication.
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?
DateWednesday, October 30th, 2013