Pubblico, the independent Italian newspaper that launched on Tuesday, is off to a flying start. According to news website Lettera 43, the paper sold 50,000 copies of its first issue. Pubblico’s founder, journalist Luca Telese, has hailed this initial success as a victory over sceptics who thought a print-based venture was destined for failure.
On Poynter, journalism educator Kelly Fincham offers advice on "What every young journalist should know about using Twitter."
"We access news on multiple devices. Shouldn’t those devices be smart enough to connect our actions to their presentation?" Analyst Ken Doctor discusses "all-access delight" in his latest newsonomics post on Nieman Lab.
The Boston Globe and the MIT Center for Civic Media have announced "a new collaboration to introduce experimental ideas from the university to the large audience of the Globe’s websites, Boston.com and BostonGlobe.com," reports the Knight Foundation, which has given $250,000 to support the collaboration.
"Social newsreader app News360 has announced the launch of the first stage of a publisher programme," writes Sarah Marshall on journalism.co.uk. She adds that "the US-based app has teamed up with 30 publishers, including large outlets such as the Chicago Tribune, The Atlantic and GigaOM, plus smaller, niche sites."
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