Media Insider: Good News for Drone Journalism, BuzzFeed to Launch Tasty App, Facebook Bets On Instant Articles

Welcome to Media Insider, PR Newswire’s round-up of media stories from the week. POYNTER | AL TOMPKINS Drone journalists get very good news — instant waivers The FAA is making it much easier for journalists covering stories within five miles of big airports. According to Poynter, the agency will start Low Altitude Authorization and Notification Capability…

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Media Insider: Dallas Morning News Makes Millennial-Minded App, CNN to Fly Drones Over People, Twitter Cashes in on Mobile Video

Welcome to Media Insider, PR Newswire’s round up of journalism, blogging and freelancing stories from the week. How the Dallas Morning News Made a Millennial-Minded News App (Digiday) It’s no secret print publications and newspapers have worried more and more about what’s to come of their product in an increasingly mobile world. Dallas Morning News revamped…

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Media Insider: Drone Filming for Beginners, The Future of Data Visualization, and Media Moves

Welcome to Media Insider, PR Newswire’s round up of journalism, blogging and freelancing stories from the week. Come Fly with Me. Drone Filming for Beginners. (College of Journalism at the BBC Academy) This piece contains some cool background information on what it takes to operate a drone for filming and reporting. Six “BBC factual programme-makers” received…

Around the Wire: Quality versus Quantity, Drones Over Paris and This Week’s Media News & Moves

Welcome to Around the Wire, PR Newswire’s round up of journalism, blogging and freelancing stories from the week. 1. French Hold 3 Journalists in Drone Episodes, but No Link to Earlier Flights is Seen (The New York Times) Continuing our coverage of drone journalism news, three Al Jazeera journalists have been held in custody for flying unmanned air crafts…