In the UK, Telegraph Media Group says it "plans to bolster its video content online – including supplying journalists with a 'backpack device' to stream content," writes Andrew Pugh for Press Gazette.
On Poynter, Craig Silverman examines "How National Geographic Traveler exposes problematic entries in its photo contest."
The Washington Post's new desktop app, The Issue Engine, aimed at boosting reader engagement, gets reviewed by Michael Depp on the NetNewsCheck website.
The Associated Press said today that it "has launched its 24/7 live video news service on AP Video Hub, a state-of-the-art global platform providing broadcast-quality video news for digital publishers."
Piano Media announced on Monday that as of now, "Polish digital visitors will begin paying for access using Piano’s simple one login, one payment system to view premium content and services services from seven Polish media on 42 websites with over 119 different sections."
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