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Social content curation – a shift from the traditional

Social content curation – a shift from the traditional | Convergence Journalism | Scoop.it
The notion of content curation is one that has traditionally been associated with libraries, archivies, galleries, or organisations working with objects or data in some way. For example, in the DCC...
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Making a numbers story visual

Making a numbers story visual | Convergence Journalism | Scoop.it
Television’s need for pictures can be a two-edged sword. Great pictures can make a story memorable, because viewers remember what they see longer than what they hear.
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Journalism (1940)

Background and context: http://www.brainpickings.org/index.php/2011/11/08/journalism-1940 Public domain footage courtesy of the Internet Archive: http://www....

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A New Year’s Wish – Journalism curmudgeons, please get over it!

A New Year’s Wish – Journalism curmudgeons, please get over it! | Convergence Journalism | Scoop.it
Dedicated to helping good journalism and good journalists thrive in the Digital Now. A partnership between USC Annenberg and UC Berkeley Graduate School of Journalism funded by the Knight Foundation.
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What 2012 Holds for Online Media

What 2012 Holds for Online Media | Convergence Journalism | Scoop.it
2011 was a busy year for the media; as we recalled last week, media became increasingly social, the success of long-form content surprised naysayers and tablets changed our relationship ...
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สวัสดีปีใหม่กับสื่อ โดย นิธิ เอียวศรีวงศ์

สวัสดีปีใหม่กับสื่อ โดย นิธิ เอียวศรีวงศ์ | Convergence Journalism | Scoop.it
ในวาระขึ้นปีใหม่ สิ่งหนึ่งที่น่าทำคือย้อนดูตัวเอง

เมื่อต้นปี 2554 กลุ่มวิจัยภายใต้อาจารย์อุบลรัตน์ ศิริยุวศักดิ์ ได้เสนอผลวิจัยสรุปรวบรวมคะแนนจากดัชนีชี้วัดสื่อ 4 ข้อคือ เสรีภาพของสื่อได้รับความคุ้มครองและส่งเสริม, ความหลากหลายของสื่อ, การกำกับดูแลสื่ออิเล็กทรอนิกส์, มาตรฐานความเป็นมืออาชีพของคนทำสื่อ ปรากฏว่าสื่อไทยได้คะแนนรวมคาบเส้น สองในสี่ดัชนีชี้วัดสอบตก รวมทั้งความเป็นมืออาชีพด้วย

นั่นเป็นผลจากการสำรวจในปี 2553 ผมไม่ทราบว่าจะมีการเสนอผลสำรวจ-วิจัยในปี 2554 หรือไม่ แต่โดยความรู้สึกส่วนตัว ผมเห็นว่า ความบกพร่องหลักๆ ของสื่อไทยที่เป็นมาหลายสิบปีแล้ว ก็ยังดำรงอยู่ไม่เปลี่ยนแปลงในปีนี้
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พรุ่งนี้ของคนบ้าข่าว: เมื่อเจ้าพ่อสื่ออย่าง Rupert Murdoch กระโดดลงมาเล่น Twitter เอง

พรุ่งนี้ของคนบ้าข่าว: เมื่อเจ้าพ่อสื่ออย่าง Rupert Murdoch กระโดดลงมาเล่น Twitter เอง | Convergence Journalism | Scoop.it

และแล้วเจ้าพ่อสื่ออย่าง Rupert Murdoch เจ้าของ News Corp ก็ทนความเย้ายวนของโลก social media ไม่ได้ เริ่มเข้าไปเล่นทวิตเตอร์เมื่อเริ่มต้นปีใหม่ 2012 อย่างคึกคัก และมีผู้เข้าไปติดตามเกือบจะทันทีหลายหมื่นคน ขณะที่ผมเขียนอยู่นี้เขามี follwers กว่า 66,000 คนแล้ว

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Effective search techniques to revolutionise journalism

Effective search techniques to revolutionise journalism | Convergence Journalism | Scoop.it

Blogs are a powerful medium and in countries such as Iran and Syria, they are the only reliable source of information and are supplementing the established news media. As a result, journalism is rejuvenated and renewed by bloggers.

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Curation and amplification will become much more sophisticated in 2012

Curation and amplification will become much more sophisticated in 2012 | Convergence Journalism | Scoop.it
A big question for the coming year: How will the right communities get the right kind of news?
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Mobile journalism: Why shooting with your cell phone isn't enough

Mobile journalism: Why shooting with your cell phone isn't enough | Convergence Journalism | Scoop.it
If 2011 was the year the importance of mobile journalism became clear, 2012 will be the year when the media stop thinking that simply using cell phones for news gathering is enough.
That's the opinion of Christian Espinosa, a professor who teaches mobile journalism at Universidad Mayor de Chile and Monteavila in Venezuela.
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The Best Data Visualization Projects of 2011

The Best Data Visualization Projects of 2011 | Convergence Journalism | Scoop.it

almost didn't make a best-of list this year, but as I clicked through the year's post, it was hard not to. If last year (and maybe the year before) was the year of the gigantic graphic, this was the year of big data. Or maybe we've gotten better at filtering to the good stuff. (Fancy that.) In any case, data graphics continue to thrive and designers are putting more thought into what the data are about, and that's a very good thing.
So here are my favorites from 2011, ordered by preference. The order could easily scramble depending when you ask me.

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2011: the year in data, journalism (and charts)

2011: the year in data, journalism (and charts) | Convergence Journalism | Scoop.it
What were the data stories of 2011? Which figures gripped the headlines and defined the year?
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MediaShift . Year in Review: 6 Trends in Journalism Education

MediaShift . Year in Review: 6 Trends in Journalism Education | Convergence Journalism | Scoop.it

As the year comes to a close, it's worth a look at the some of the most intriguing developments in journalism education in the last year - from approaches to using social media and curation to new initiatives on data journalism, from academe's role in the news industry to leveraging publishing platforms.

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Print Lives and 10 Other Content Marketing Trends for 2012

Print Lives and 10 Other Content Marketing Trends for 2012 | Convergence Journalism | Scoop.it
Companies are realizing the power of creating and sharing "unedited" messages through channels that more directly reach their consumers.
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Content Curation for Influence | Profitable Popularity Blog

Content Curation for Influence | Profitable Popularity Blog | Convergence Journalism | Scoop.it
As it sounds, content curation is the process of filtering and sorting through information prior to sharing it with your community/fans/followers.
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Datajournalism: Adding Value to Journalism « EJO – European Journalism Observatory

Datajournalism: Adding Value to Journalism « EJO – European Journalism Observatory | Convergence Journalism | Scoop.it

A vast amount of information appears on the Internet each day.

 

As a consequence, online news consumers suffer from “infobesity,” defined as the tendency for people to forget what they’ve seen or read online. For this reason, David McCandless invented a new “visual science of information,” as described in an article published on the website of the French magazine Les Inrocks. McCandless, who summed up his work in the book Datavision, created a graphic system which enables news consumers to memorize information using a compilation of forms and colors, eliminating the “erasing effect” of info overload.

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New Models for Web Publishing

New Models for Web Publishing | Convergence Journalism | Scoop.it
As we begin a new year, I thought I would take a moment to review where Web publishing has come and where it seems to be going. We ...
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How a Digital First approach guides a journalist’s work

How a Digital First approach guides a journalist’s work | Convergence Journalism | Scoop.it
Digital First means different priorities and processes for journalists.

The name and approach of my company, Digital First Media, is getting a lot of attention in journalism, and other companies...
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My (Not So Sweeping) Online Journalism Prediction For 2012

People who write for blogs like this one love to make sweeping predictions about what the following year will bring for journalism. In retrospect a lot of them are silly and turn out to be unfounded. Remember how 2011 was supposed to be the year of hyperlocal? Well, read this and this.
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สำหรับคนข่าวอาชีพ...สมาร์ทโฟนต้องทำได้มากกว่าแค่รายงานข่าวด่วน

สำหรับคนข่าวอาชีพ...สมาร์ทโฟนต้องทำได้มากกว่าแค่รายงานข่าวด่วน | Convergence Journalism | Scoop.it
คนข่าววันนี้ใช้โทรศัพท์มือถือเพื่อการถ่ายรูป,วีดีโอเพื่อส่งข่าวปัจจุบันทันด่วน...แต่จะต้องสำนึกว่าหากใช้ smartphones เพียงเพื่อถ่ายรูปและ upload ขึ้นเว็ปไซท์หรือเข้า social media เท่านั้น, เดี๋ยวนี้ "ใคร ๆ" ที่เรียกต้วเองว่า "นักข่าวพลเมือง" ก็ทำได้แล้วอย่างกว้างขวางดังนั้น...
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Five New Year’s Resolutions For Newsrooms

Five New Year’s Resolutions For Newsrooms | Convergence Journalism | Scoop.it
Ah, the new year. A time for promising to do new things and reflecting on what you failed to achieve in the past year. For the ever-evolving news industry, it’s a fresh opportunity to assess what’s working and what’s not, and a reason to get others around you to try something new (not always the easiest thing to accomplish in the newsroom).
These are five resolutions, ranging from relatively simple to somewhat radical, that you can use as a source of inspiration for your own newsroom.
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If you choose your own news, you'll be less well read

If you choose your own news, you'll be less well read | Convergence Journalism | Scoop.it
If you choose your own news, you'll be less well read Digital news offers customers the choice of what they want to read. But print offers something extra: stories that people didn't know they wanted to read until they had read them
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Top tips for verifying online information

Top tips for verifying online information | Convergence Journalism | Scoop.it
Tweets may announce revolutions, but can you trust those 140-character messages?

In some places, like Libya and Syria, journalists can't get in the country and must rely on information streaming out through social media, photos and videos online.

Here's what IJNet learned this year about verifying online information.
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The 5 Tenets of Open Journalism

The 5 Tenets of Open Journalism | Convergence Journalism | Scoop.it

I'm not a middle-of-the-roader and wasn't aiming for a compromise position with my discussion paper, "The Case for Open Journalism Now: A new framework for informing communities," published early this month by the University of Southern California's Annenberg Innovation Lab. Instead, I sought to identify and propel a culture shift that might build a healthier relationship among those who produce journalism and others who consume news and information.

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Hacker-Journalism 2011: A year of "show your work"

Hacker-Journalism 2011: A year of "show your work" | Convergence Journalism | Scoop.it
It has been exciting to be both a witness to and a participant in the growing movement towards open web development in journalism. 2011 is one of those years that it’s amazing to sit back, here on one of its last days, and look back at just how much has been accomplished.
There was incredible work happening among news apps teams and individual developers around the internet that it’s impossible to capture it all here. Here are a few standouts from both myself and from a callout I put on Twitter:
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