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My final technology column for the Journalist was published just before Christmas and I decided to take the opportunity to reflect a little on how technology has changed our jobs.
With more and more journalists using iPhone to record video for broadcasting online or on television, I thought it was a good time to look at the an app that is said to be the industry leader
This spring has seen a mix of successes and failures for programmers hoping to automise elements of journalism.
One of the technology trends that media experts predicted for 2014 is a shift away from mainstream social networks towards private apps like Snapchat and Whatsapp.
A news gathering technique currently being explored is the use of electronic ‘sensors’ to collect raw data to turn into stories – could it turn journalists into scientists?
The use of drones in warfare has been rightly controversial, but they could help journalists with their reporting duties.
I have to thank a give-away of National Geographic Traveller at Stansted Airport for giving me the idea for my Continue reading