This will be a year of uncertainty. If the last 13 days alone haven’t made people question, well everything, almost every industry is dealing with a time of change.
As 2016 (finally) comes to an end, we’re looking at predictions for well, everything. To me, one of the most insightful looks ahead is Nieman Lab’s annual Predictions for Journalism from journalists, editors and other influencers in the media. Ranging from fake news to the “selfie” of journalism and thinking beyond the click, here are several important trends to watch for in 2017 in journalism...
Instagram made a product announcement remarkably similar to Snapchat last week. Instagram Stories, a new (read: new to Instagram) way to share photos and videos that disappear after – you guessed it – 24 hours, encourages users to post at a higher frequency with more “rough, off-the cut images,” Kevin Systrom, co-founder and chief executive of Instagram, told the Wall Street Journal.