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BBC | BBC College of Journalism Blog - News is more than just eyewitness and a mobile pic

BBC | BBC College of Journalism Blog - News is more than just eyewitness and a mobile pic | digital journalism tools and topics | Scoop.it
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Why social media is a massively important tool for any journalist

Why social media is a massively important tool for any journalist | digital journalism tools and topics | Scoop.it
The print industry is suffering with social media eating up a lot of their business but it is absolutely vital that journalists embrace social media (RT @360innovate: Why Good Journalists Simply Can’t Live Without Social Media: Journalism is changing...

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Two decades of the web: a utopia no longer

Two decades of the web: a utopia no longer | digital journalism tools and topics | Scoop.it
Evgeny Morozov traces the development of the web from the laboratories of the Cold War to the world of venture capital and big money...
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US tabloids less aggressive than British: experts

US tabloids less aggressive than British: experts | digital journalism tools and topics | Scoop.it
US tabloid newspapers including ones owned by Rupert Murdoch's News Corporation are less aggressive than their British counterparts, partly due to readers' differing demands, experts say.
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Reflections of a Newsosaur: Why journalists need to build their own brands

Reflections of a Newsosaur: Why journalists need to build their own brands | digital journalism tools and topics | Scoop.it
RT @NewsFuturist: Why journalists need to build their own brands http://bit.ly/qa4Nab (by Alan Mutter)...
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How Amy Winehouse Changed The Way I Consume News | Personal Branding London Style

How Amy Winehouse Changed The Way I Consume News | Personal Branding London Style | digital journalism tools and topics | Scoop.it
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The style challenge | Online Journalism Blog

The style challenge | Online Journalism Blog | digital journalism tools and topics | Scoop.it
Time was when a journalist could learn one or two writing styles and stick with them.
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Beginner’s guide for journalists who want to understand API documentation | Poynter.

Standing for journalism, strengthening democracy | Journalism training, media news & how to's (RT @Brizzyc: RT @gmarkham: Handy.RT @ksablan: Beginner's guide for journalists who want to understand API documentation http://bit.ly/obUy1V by @macdiva...)...
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HOW TO: Get Journalists to Tell Your Story

HOW TO: Get Journalists to Tell Your Story | digital journalism tools and topics | Scoop.it
How do you stand out among your competitors and catch the attention of journalists? Here are some tips for being a good source and getting your story told.
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StumbleUpon: A Human-Curated Discovery Engine

StumbleUpon: A Human-Curated Discovery Engine | digital journalism tools and topics | Scoop.it
From Webpronews

StumbleUpon discussed how users can improve the quality of their own Stumbling experience in a blog post this week.

“As a human-curated discovery engine, StumbleUpon relies on our users to create a collection of the best content and information on the web,” said StumbleUpon Content Operations Program Manager Bruna De Goes. “We auto-magically identify most low-quality content, but sometimes nothing can beat the human brain’s ability to tell good content from bad"

http://www.webpronews.com/stumbleupon-dont-get-thumbed-down-2011-07
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Online Journalism Handbook

Online Journalism Handbook | digital journalism tools and topics | Scoop.it
Online Journalism Handbook - Description: For updates, corrections and additions to the book by Paul Bradshaw and Liisa Rohumaa.
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How to Follow Oslo Now that Google Real-Time Search is No More - Technology Review

How to Follow Oslo Now that Google Real-Time Search is No More - Technology Review | digital journalism tools and topics | Scoop.it
The expiration of Google's deal with Twitter highlights the importance of real-time results during a crisis.
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How Alternative Weeklies Can Use NewsCloud to Build Facebook Connected Communities - The NewsCloud Blog

How Alternative Weeklies Can Use NewsCloud to Build Facebook Connected Communities - The NewsCloud Blog | digital journalism tools and topics | Scoop.it
NewsCloud is a free, open source platform for building Facebook Connect community applications and web sites
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The inverted pyramid of data journalism | Online Journalism Blog

The inverted pyramid of data journalism | Online Journalism Blog | digital journalism tools and topics | Scoop.it
 
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Journalism Poll: I have smoked marijuana

Journalism Poll: I have smoked marijuana | digital journalism tools and topics | Scoop.it
Interesting journalistic dilemma: http://t.co/D5HUGW7 Do something that's technically illegal to benefit a story?
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High-wire journalism – with added future shocks

High-wire journalism – with added future shocks | digital journalism tools and topics | Scoop.it
The Guardian's decision to collaborate with WikiLeaks took our coverage of foreign affairs to dizzying new heights...
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Longform.org's Guide to Rupert Murdoch: 34 years in the life of our favorite media villain.

Longform.org's Guide to Rupert Murdoch: 34 years in the life of our favorite media villain. | digital journalism tools and topics | Scoop.it
Who would have thought that the man who started with a single Australian newspaper in 1953 would end up being hit with a pie while appearing before British Parliament in 2011?
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Funambulism | Journalism; when is it justified for a writer to work for free?

Funambulism | Journalism; when is it justified for a writer to work for free? | digital journalism tools and topics | Scoop.it
Hypothesis; people who write for free are using their secure financial situation as an unfair advantage.
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Is Murdoch's News of the World Mess the Tip of the Iceburg with Unethical Journalism?

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Norway or Amy? How editors confront the hierarchy of death

Norway or Amy? How editors confront the hierarchy of death | digital journalism tools and topics | Scoop.it
Today's front pages illustrate differing news values in our separate presses...
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The news coverage of the Norway mass-killings was fact-free conjecture

The news coverage of the Norway mass-killings was fact-free conjecture | digital journalism tools and topics | Scoop.it
Charlie Brooker: Let's be absolutely clear, it wasn't experts speculating, it was guessers guessing – and they were terrible...
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The TSA is Embracing Change - Yahoo! News

The TSA is Embracing Change - Yahoo! News | digital journalism tools and topics | Scoop.it
Travelers across the globe have embraced technology as part of their routine. Different gadgets and gizmos pack carry-on bags and briefcases in airports everywhere, and technology is also being used to keep travelers safe.
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How to verify – and when to publish – news accounts posted on social media | IJNet

How to verify – and when to publish – news accounts posted on social media | IJNet | digital journalism tools and topics | Scoop.it
How do you decide what to do with reports found on social media? Every situation is different, but the considerations are the same. There are three distinct questions to evaluate:
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World's Most Dangerous Countries for Women

World's Most Dangerous Countries for Women | digital journalism tools and topics | Scoop.it
Targeted violence against females, dismal healthcare and desperate poverty make Afghanistan the world's most dangerous country in which to be born a woman, with Congo a close second due to horrific levels of rape. Pakistan, India and Somalia ranked third, fourth and fifth, respectively, in the global survey of perceptions of threats ranging from domestic abuse and economic discrimination to female foeticide (the destruction of a fetus in the uterus), genital mutilation and acid attack. A survey compiled by the Thomson Reuters Foundation to mark the launch of TrustLaw Woman*, puts Afghanistan at the top of the list of the most dangerous places in the world for women. TrustLaw asked 213 gender experts from five contents to rank countries by overall perceptions of danger as well as by six categories of risk. The risks consisted of health threats, sexual violence, non-sexual violence, cultural or religious factors, lack of access to resources and trafficking. The collection of images that follow were provided by Reuters to illustrate the dangers women face in those 5 countries. --Paula Nelson(*TrustLaw Woman is a website aimed at providing free legal advice for women’s' groups around the world.)(37 photos total)
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