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The New York Times may be on shaky ground  financially, but its R&D unit shows off some fascinating prototypes of what news and advertising will look like in a two-part video-and-talk with Zachary Seward from Harvard’s Nieman Journalism Lab.

Most of the efforts are geared on a seamless transition from a number of “well-enabled gadgets,” including tablets, iPhones, netbooks and TV. Videos that are checked off on a filter on the tablet, for instance, can later be accessed on the TV. Check it out.

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