Die News-Site im Jahre 2016


Leser wollen mehr Kontext und Hintergrund, gefilterte Nachrichten, weniger Werbung und Pop-Ups. Das ergab eine Umfrage, welche das Wallstreet-Journal aus Anlass des 10-jährigen Jubiläums von WSJ.com durchführte.

«Much has been made lately of citizen journalism and the perfect site of the future would build on that. „Editors will be a thing of the past. Instead, users will vote content to the front page. Fact checkers will be the only staff left as they verify and comment on the information posted be the community of readers. In the next decade the broadcaster and the reader will merge into one.»

in WSJ.com: The Perfect News Site, 2016

Siehe auch:

WSJ.com: WSJ.com’s 10th Anniversary