Media Insider: The Atlantic Taps Into Archives, HuffPo Launches Teen Newsletter, FAMU Launches 24-Hour Black News Network

Welcome to Media Insider, PR Newswire’s round-up of media stories from the week. NIEMANLAB | LAURA HAZARD OWN The Atlantic Brings Readers Into Its Archives With Timelines Based On Their Birthdays The Atlantic launched “The Atlantic Life Timeline” to celebrate its 160-year anniversary. The feature will let readers explore original content published by The Atlantic staff,…

Media Insider: Snapchat Launches Universal Search, Facebook De-Emphasizing Live Video To Publishers, Axios Replicates Twitter

Welcome to Media Insider, PR Newswire’s round up of journalism, blogging and freelancing stories from the week. Snapchat Launches Universal Search To Simplify Navigation (TechCrunch) Finding content and conversations most important to you will be much easier with Snapchat’s new universal search feature. The search bar will appear at the top of the app, reports TechCrunch,…

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How Augmented Reality and Empathetic Storytelling is Changing Audience Engagement

In an ever-evolving media landscape, journalists and content creators are struggling to “catch” as many eyes on their content as possible, but new augmented reality apps like Pokémon GO offer innovative avenues for storytelling. For the unfamiliar, augmented reality is a new form of virtual reality, which supplements or “augments” real-life interactions with the physical…

Media Insider: Brand Content Gains Traction, Vice Launching Nightly News Show, and Critical Digital Media Journalist Terms

Welcome to Media Insider, PR Newswire’s round up of journalism, blogging and freelancing stories from the week. Brand Content Now Part of Half of CNN International Ad Deals (Digiday) CNN International has been on a mission to evolve its digital commercial offering, Digiday reports. The goal: Move away from banner ads and click-based reporting, boost branded content…

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5 Sneaky Digital Reporting Tools You Can Use To Find and Create Stories

A man who “put the ‘ah’ in Yahoo and ‘ooh’ in Google,” predicted tech trends would return to those that dominated a decade ago. According to Sree Sreenivasan, Chief Digital Officer at The Metropolitan Museum of Art, that means podcasting, email newsletters, and blogging are hot. Sreenivasan shared his “sneaky new high-tech reporting tools” at…