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Conceptes, idees & visions sobre la cosa. Més a PaperPapers
Concepts, ideas & visions on the stuff. More on PaperPapers

April 19, 2014 at 4:57pm

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Si les companyies mercantils es divideixen en dos grans grups –les que tenen amo i les que no tenen amo–, i només són viables a mitjà i llarg termini les que tenen amo, aquesta veritat és especialment certa en les empreses periodístiques, per a les quals no hi ha pitjor xacra, precursora de la seva desaparició, que hi prevalgui per sobre de la propietat –sigui quina sigui– qualsevol dels seus actors, principals o figurants.
(Si las compañías mercantiles se dividen en dos grandes grupos –las que tienen dueño y las que no tienen dueño–, siendo sólo viables a medio y largo plazo las que tienen dueño, esta verdad es especialmente cierta en las empresas periodísticas, en las que no hay peor achaque, precursor de su desaparición, que prevalezca en ellas por encima de la propiedad –sea esta la que sea– cualquiera de sus actores, principales o figurantes.)

— Juan José Lópz Burniol, notari, secretari del Consell de La Caixa, a la seva columna de La Vanguardia.

(Source: caffereggio.net)

April 10, 2014 at 9:00am

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The unintended consequence
of showing them traffic, and encouraging them to work
to grow total audience, is that they became traffic whores. Whereas I really wanted them
to focus on insight, storytelling, and scoops: quality.

— Jason Pontin, CEO i Director de la MIT Technology Review.

(Source: blog.hubspot.com)

April 9, 2014 at 9:53am

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The media has never been in lower esteem. We’re celebrating what, exactly?

— Mark Leibovich, reporter polític de The New York Times, explicant per què el diari no assisteix al tradicional sopar anual que la Casa Blanca Organitza per als periodistes de Washington.

(Source: The New York Times)

March 30, 2014 at 9:32pm

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No diguis allò que creus que és fals. (Do not say what you believe to be false).

— Un dels Principis de Grice, citat per Albert Sáez a Slownewsblog.

March 26, 2014 at 9:00am

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Si el periodismo no fomenta la curiosidad, si no vende la perplejidad, lo que está detrás de lo obvio, sino que se limita en enzarzarse en un bucle tuitero, ¿cómo le vamos a pedir luego a nuestros lectores que compartan con nosotros nuestra pereza? ¡Si ya tienen la suya! El periodismo perezoso, un periodismo que puede ser de tribuna en deporte, de partido en política o de declaraciones en la “investigación” solo genera más y más lectores, oyentes y espectadores perezosos. Y en la pereza no hay negocio, señores.

— Guille Ortiz, periodista i altres coses, com ara amic d’un amic meu.

March 17, 2014 at 9:53am

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This is a reporter’s war. Nobody knows anything and nobody tells you anything, and that means a good reporter is free to go out and get a beat every day.

— Robert Capa, fotoperiodista, sobre la guerra d’Indoxina. Citat per John Mecklin a l’obituari que li va escriure a Life.

(Source: twitter.com)

March 14, 2014 at 9:00am

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So I called Si Newhouse [l’amo de la revista], who I then had a very slight relationship with, and said that we have this story that I think accused the prime minister of Russia of taking bribes from Saddam Hussein. I called him up and said it had been thoroughly checked and the lawyer had read it and I knew who all the sources were. And there was a long pause. Then he said, “That sounds very interesting. I look forward to reading it.” And that was it.

— David Remnick, director de The New Yorker, explica el primer i únic cop que va haver de trucar a l’editor de la revista per a estalviar-li un ensurt.

March 13, 2014 at 4:35pm

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I’m not in the newsroom doing journalism, I’m making sure they have the resources to do what they need to do.

— Tim Griggs, Publisher i Chief Operating Officer, The Texas Tribune. Acaba d’aribar de The New York Times.

(Source: digiday.com)

February 14, 2014 at 9:00am

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People don’t read stories for their length, but in spite of it.

— Steve Kandell, director de reportatges, Buzzfeed.

February 12, 2014 at 6:11pm

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We never trick our readers, we put the reader first in all our decisions. The end result is that we are focused on making content that *readers* love
and share and traffic growth
on social platforms is only
a secondary effect.

— Jonah Peretti, CEO, Buzzfeed.

(Source: Business Insider)

February 10, 2014 at 11:00am

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From text-based Twitter and Reddit to the visually heavy Instagram and Pinterest, content is consumed
at a furiously quick pace
by very large audiences.

— Sharat Sharan, President i CEO, ON24.

February 8, 2014 at 10:00am

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Online, each story is at best its own magazine, sent out to find its own temporary audience.
The author and the story choose their audience, and the editor’s role is to begin the conversation over who will read and share the piece — not to rework it for the group of people who happen
to subscribe to your magazine.

— Ben Smith, director, Buzzfeed.

(Source: medium.com)

February 7, 2014 at 9:53am

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Digital publishing is getting to be the main publishing system of The [New York] Times, with print becoming a niche, if still a very big one.

— Ken Doctor, analista de mèdia que no contra mentides.

(Source: CNN)

January 29, 2014 at 12:32pm

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Our competition is not only newspapers

— Jason Seiken, Chief Content Officer, The Daily Telegraph.

(Source: ft.com)

January 18, 2014 at 10:00am

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If you want to boss a story,
the tactics for doing so have changed even since 2009 
– with social media now playing a much bigger role.

— Robert Peston, Cap de la secció Business de la BBC, a la James Cameron Memorial Lecture del 2013.

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