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Moving the Needle 2102: Glimpses of the future

While we’ve spent the week looking back at 2012, what we’re really excited about is 2013 and beyond. Nieman Journalism Lab has a whole series on what to look for in 2013, from a not-so-shabby group of journalism and technology gurus — Amy Webb, Matt Waite, Erin Kissane and our own Miranda Mulligan among them. At the Knight Lab, we saw glimpses of the future in a many projects that launched this year:

Moving the Needle 2102: Glimpses of the future

While we’ve spent the week looking back at 2012, what we’re really excited about is 2013 and beyond. Nieman Journalism Lab has a whole series on what to look for in 2013, from a not-so-shabby group of journalism and technology gurus — Amy Webb, Matt Waite, Erin Kissane and our own Miranda Mulligan among them. At the Knight Lab, we saw glimpses of the future in a many projects that launched this year:

Moving the Needle 2012: Kickstarter journalism and alt. approaches

This week we have been taking time to acknowledge what we think are significant achievements, advances and cool projects from the past year in the technology + journalism space for our Moving the Needle 2012. The recently published Tow Center report, “Post-industrial Journalism: Adapting to the Present,” documents the collapse of the long-standing advertising subsidy, pointing out the need for new business models. Today, we look at a few new approaches:

Moving the Needle 2012: Kickstarter journalism and alt. approaches

This week we have been taking time to acknowledge what we think are significant achievements, advances and cool projects from the past year in the technology + journalism space for our Moving the Needle 2012. The recently published Tow Center report, “Post-industrial Journalism: Adapting to the Present,” documents the collapse of the long-standing advertising subsidy, pointing out the need for new business models. Today, we look at a few new approaches:

Moving the Needle 2012: Our news nerd community

It’s not as though 2012 was the year in which a digital journalism community popped fully-formed into the world. However, looking back, there are some developments in our world which deserve to be called out. For this installment of our Moving the Needle 2012 series, we take a look at some of the best. As always, we expect we’ve missed a few, so please fill in the gaps in the comments below, or

Moving the Needle 2012: Some design and presentation projects

This week, Knight Lab is posting daily as we look back at 2012, taking a moment to call out some significant achievements, advances, or cool projects of the past year that move us just that much closer to saving journalism. Yesterday, Ryan Graff highlighted some of the storytelling that made 2012 great, delicately skirting a “Best of” list and instead noting some of the ideas that we thought were intriguing. Today is dedicated