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Reuters just released it’s fifth annual Digital News Report. Going through the report we’ve selected for you 3 surprising key findings. Social media is growing as a platform to discover news People prefer to read news selected on their own reading behaviour News articles are still the main source to read the news, despite all efforts[…]
At Twipe, every 6 months, we take 2 days off from our day-to-day jobs and projects, and develop new amazing ideas. We call these: ‘My Twipe Days’, as it is about all Twipees, our ideas and what makes us happy at work. The management team meets at another location so we have complete freedom. Everyone is encouraged to take[…]
Last week, Mary Meeker of Kleiner Perkins and a well-known industry analyst gave her annual Internet Trends Report. This year, Meeker reports on slowing smart phone sales; the growing mobile ad industry and ad blocking; the video-usage on social media; the future of transportation; and the rise of messaging, bots, and voice-based assistants. Here are[…]
Over the past few years, news organizations all over the world have increased their use of analytics. Which can be understood as systematic analysis of quantitative data on various aspects of audience behavior aimed at growing audiences, increasing engagement, and improving newsroom workflows. Still, most of publishers struggle to understand and tailor all audience data[…]
We are very proud to announce the launch of magazine.live, a new publishing tool, which allows to create, share and monetize mobile magazines extremely easy. With only a few clicks, publishers can access new audiences and tap into new sources of revenues. magazine.live is a spin-off from Twipe and will be developed as a complementary[…]
Advanced sensor tracking to measure emotion during reading As part of the Digital Reader Engagement research project, we have measured what happens with the body when people are reading a digital publication. While 60 panel members read through the tablet version of Belgian dailies, De Standaard and Het Nieuwsblad, a number of high-tech sensors tracked their individual[…]
Over the past 24h, a group of 40 national and international students participated in the ‘Apps for Students’ hackathon. Two teams were able to catch the Media Innovation Price, a brand new Raspberry Pi 3! Great things always start small The first project to win the Media Innovation Price, Comic News for Kids transforms news articles into[…]
The first day is just about to finish, not for the participants though as they will continue to work during the night as well. Its been a great day so far and judging from everyone’s enthusiasm and motivation we think we will hear amazing presentations at the end of the hackathon. We’ve kick-off at 1 PM, in Agora Learning Centrum from[…]