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Jeff Israely

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Worldcrunch

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The Associated Press


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Time Inc.


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Let's face it, print media is finished | International Journalism Festival

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The need to involve readers, without wasting the time they dedicate to reading an article, is the main theme of the article written by Jeff Israely of Worldcrunch published by NiemanLab.
Israely focuses on the kind of content that would best be conveyed on the Web, starting from the above-mentioned disadvantaged position of old media, harassed by online competition - especially on Facebook - on various types of content (also referring to the "gradual convergence" between journalistic content and marketing). According to Israely, editorial-type products should be placed in an ideal location between the two axes that divide the production intent: [tweetable]"Axis 1: the aim of entertaining or Informing; Axis 2: the aim of saving or sucking the end user's time"[/tweetable]. The continuous search for the attention of the reader has been at the center of worldwide journalistic debate for months, but Israely seeks to emphasize the functional aspect.


Jeff Israely: Five years in, our news startup is seeing the pace of change slow � Nieman Journalism Lab

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Jeff Israely: Five years in, our news startup is seeing the pace of change slow
Jeff Israely: Five years in, our news startup is seeing the pace of change slow "The future is already here, and we have to hustle every day to survive. And succeed." By Jeff Israely @jeffisraely Sept. 26, 2016, 9:30 a.m. Editor's note: Jeff Israely, a former Time magazine foreign correspondent in Europe, is the cofounder of a news startup called Worldcrunch in Paris. For the past six years, he's been describing and commenting on the startup process here at Nieman Lab. Read his past installments here. Jeff Israely: Good content marketing benefits from a smart publisher's touch "Jeff Israely: Five years in, our news startup is seeing the pace of change slow. Nieman Journalism Lab. Nieman Foundation for Journalism at Harvard, 26 Sep. 2016. Web. 26 Sep. 2016. APA Israely, J. (2016, Sep. 26). Jeff Israely: Five years in, our news startup is seeing the pace of change slow. Nieman Journalism Lab. Retrieved September 26, 2016, from http://www.niemanlab.org/2016/09/jeff-israely-five-years-in-our-news-startup-is-seeing-the-pace-of-change-slow/ Chicago Israely, Jeff. "Jeff Israely: Five years in, our news startup is seeing the pace of change slow. Nieman Journalism Lab. | title = Jeff Israely: Five years in, our news startup is seeing the pace of change slow


Jeff Israely: What are the news products today's young adults will want to consume in 10 or 20 years? � Nieman Journalism Lab

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Jeff Israely: What are the news products today's young adults will want to consume in 10 or 20 years?
"One thing we tend to forget in this pile-on pursuit of eternal youth is that our target demographic of the moment is bound to grow older." By Jeff Israely @jeffisraely March 23, 2016, 12:56 p.m. Editor's note: Jeff Israely, a former Time magazine foreign correspondent in Europe, is the cofounder of a news startup called Worldcrunch in Paris. For the past six years, he's been describing and commenting on the startup process here at Nieman Lab. Read his past installments here. Jeff Israely "Jeff Israely: What are the news products today's young adults will want to consume in 10 or 20 years?. Nieman Journalism Lab. Nieman Foundation for Journalism at Harvard, 23 Mar. 2016. Web. 24 Mar. 2016. APA Israely, J. (2016, Mar. 23). Jeff Israely: What are the news products today's young adults will want to consume in 10 or 20 years?. Nieman Journalism Lab. Retrieved March 24, 2016, from http://www.niemanlab.org/2016/03/jeff-israely-what-are-the-news-products-todays-young-adults-will-want-to-consume-in-10-or-20-years/ Chicago Israely, Jeff. "Jeff Israely: What are the news products today's young adults will want to consume in 10 or 20 years?. Nieman Journalism Lab. | title = Jeff Israely: What are the news products today's young adults will want to consume in 10 or 20 years?


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- Jeff Israely, co-founder of Worldcrunch


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"Jeff Israely is the co-founder and editor of Worldcrunch, a new global news brand that delivers the best international journalism in English for the first time.
Jeff was a TIME magazine bureau chief in Rome and Paris, from 2001-2010, and had previously been a correspondent for the Associated Press, the Boston Globe and Oakland Tribune.


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