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By testing how different headlines resonate with audiences, USA Today was able to see which received the most click-throughs, finding the winning headlines were selected an average of 57 per cent more times
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The resulting graphics will also be embeddable and therefore able to be used by journalists from other news outlets to illustrate results
'The first day of each Olympics generates more data than the entire previous Games'
A selection of just some of the extensive interactive coverage national and local UK news outlets have been producing for the London 2012 Olympics
Blottr, like many other sites, is gathering people's photos and videos relating to the Olympics
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The ebook was produced in order to offer 'a comprehensive analysis' of the allocation of Olympic torchbearer places following an investigation involving 25 contributors
The new digital projects that have been built specially for the Olympics include a reader interactive, real-time dashboard and network of experts
BBC Sport launches native iPhone and Android apps for coverage of London 2012 Olympics
The hangouts, which will be hosted by New York Times journalists and include 'select fan participants', will be broadcast live on the news site
Washington Post reporters will gather and share Olympics footage and users of the video-sharing iPhone and Android app are also encouraged to contribute reports
The interactive is part of a series of digital specials ahead of the Olympics, born out of collaboration between BBC World Service editorial, developers and design staff
Storify outlines five ways to use the platform to cover the Olympics in London this year
On the 10,000 Words blog Elana Zak rounds up seven social media resources which journalists can make use of when reporting on the Olympics in London this year
Facebook encourages journalists to receive updates from athletes, teams, sports, broadcasters and sponsors by using Explore London 2012 tool
Speaking at #GEN2012, general manager of news and knowledge at the BBC Phil Fearnley outlines the broadcaster's new live interactive video player
The regional newspaper group will be using tablets to 'relay live information from the Olympic park every day of the games'
BBC reports '106 million requests for BBC Olympic video content across all online platforms'
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Speaking at the Polis International Journalism conference today, BBC sports editor David Bond discussed as part of a panel the expected impact of social media on this year’s Olympic games, with 26,000 accredited journalists all eager to cover the sporting event across media platforms. I caught up with David after the panel discussion to find [...]
The government has launched the first few web-pages which will in time form its online media centre for the 2012 Games, giving the press a 'single point of access for all government-related news stories'
The Newspaper Society issued a reminder this morning that media accreditation has now opened for the Paralympic Games
The International Olympic Committee has said London 2010 Olympic athletes can tweet and blog but not for commercial purposes, Reuters reports
Local news organisations are reminded they can now apply for accreditation to cover the 2012 Olympics in London
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