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'Could data save newspapers?' (Inma - Kylie Davis)

Interesante artículo en el que se analiza la repercusión que pueden tener las estrategias basadas en datos en medios de comunicación:

McKinsey offers up five areas to consider:

 

  1. Data is no longer proprietary. Rather, it is undergoing “radical transparency.” Consider the implications for your business.

  2. Big data allows you test all your decisions and conduct experiments. Consider how that could change the way you compete.

  3. Big data allows widespread, real-time customisation. Could this be a game changer in your business? The answer for newspapers is clearly ‘yes’ on this. We’re seeing the impact of it already.

  4. Big data can augment or even replace management, or some managerial decisions. (Bring it!)

    1. New business models are being built on data.

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Condiviso il 2.11.2011 da Rubén Vinagre Sáenz

data.nytimes.com New York Times - Linked Open Data

 

For the last 150 years, The New York Times has maintained one of the most authoritative news vocabularies ever developed. In 2009, we began to publish this vocabulary as linked open data.

The Data

As of 13 January 2010, The New York Times has published approximately ,10,000 subject headings as linked open dataunder a CC BY license. We provide both RDF documents and a human-friendly HTML versions.

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Condiviso il 18.2.2011 da Rubén Vinagre Sáenz

10 ways data is changing how we live (telegraph.co.uk)

The availability of new sets of data has changed the way we live our lives: here are 10 examples of data which have changed everything from how we assess wars to how companies deliver milk.   

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Pubblicato il 2.9.2010 da Rubén Vinagre Sáenz