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Is Sports Still Behind on Mobile? – Slideshare

My Take: Jim Jenks, VP and executive producer, MLB Advanced Media explains MLB’s decision to be a first party app provider. This presentation from a recent digital conference in Glasgow explores the other side: how third-party sports apps can serve the fan. (George V.) Read more ›

About Us – Newsy

My Take: Newsy’s Jim Spencer says the newsroom has grown with a hardworking team. Watch this video to learn more about Newsy’s team and how they cover stories. (Hannah S.) Read more ›

TV News on the Second Screen – NScreen Media

My Take: Dr. Stacey Woelfel demos a second-screen app for local television station, KOMU-TV. She explores how social media is a driving force in second screen experiences. The study shows while viewers are watching primetime TV, 17% of the time they are also using social media. (Taylor B.) Read more ›

Like Buzzfeed, Mashable Pushes to Report Serious News – Digiday

My Take: Websites like Buzzfeed and Mashable attract users with their goofier entertainment. Are they are doomed never to expand their content? If publishers want to grow their serious news content, even if revenue comes from Miley Cyrus spin offs, how should we encourage publishers to take this next step? (Stephanie H.) Read more ›

Weather Channel Partners with Songza to Experiment with Music Apps

My Take: Just last week, The Weather Channel teamed up with Songza to create a music mix based on precise location and weather conditions. This creative innovation provides another outlet for Weather Channel users to access weather information from their mobile devices and on-the-go—not to mention providing the perfect soundtrack for a rainy day. (Stephanie H.) Read more ›

Storify Ramps Up Integration with Twitter

My Take: During his session at the RJI Mobile First conference, Storify CEO and co-founder Xavier Damman covers recent updates to Storify utilizing Twitter cards. This article delves into the utility of this recent innovation. (Tyler F.) Read more ›

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