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Na sequência do 'Fórum O Futuro do Jornalismo -  Académicos, jornalistas e cidadãos debatem no Porto uma carta de princípios, direitos e responsabilidades para o jornalismo do futuro', 3/maio/2012
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Blogue do IV Congresso Internacional de Ciberjornalismo

Blogue do IV Congresso Internacional de Ciberjornalismo | Futuro do Jornalismo | Scoop.it
Já se encontra disponível o blogue do IV Congresso Internacional de Ciberjornalismo, com versões em português (PT) e inglês (ENG). É lá que iremos reunir informações relacionadas com o evento, como...
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News Disrupters: The New Breed of Journalists Striking Out on Their Own

News Disrupters: The New Breed of Journalists Striking Out on Their Own | Futuro do Jornalismo | Scoop.it
The latest vogue in journalism is to leave cushy jobs at established news organizations—or else establish an autonomous power center within one. These are the News Disrupters who have done it most successfully.

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The Ideal Blogger's Workflow for Effectively Curating Online Content

The Ideal Blogger's Workflow for Effectively Curating Online Content | Futuro do Jornalismo | Scoop.it

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Um bom esquema e boas recomendações.

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christa appleton's curator insight, June 25, 6:18 AM

Great visual representation of blogging as curation

Jimun Gimm's curator insight, October 13, 1:28 PM

당신의 통찰력을 추가 ...

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Chamada às comunicações: IV Congresso Internacional de Ciberjornalismo

Chamada às comunicações: IV Congresso Internacional de Ciberjornalismo | Futuro do Jornalismo | Scoop.it
A organização do IV Congresso Internacional de Ciberjornalismo, marcado para 04 e 05 de dezembro de 2014 na Faculdade de Letras da Universidade do Porto, convida os investigadores interessados a re...
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The Future of Journalism: Print vs. Digital: Video

The Future of Journalism: Print vs. Digital: Video | Futuro do Jornalismo | Scoop.it
David Callaway, editor-in-chief at USA Today, discusses the future of journalism with Trish Regan on Bloomberg Television's "Street Smart." (Source: Bloomberg)
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Tools and Best Advice on Verifying Content in Breaking News: The Verification Handbook

The Verification Handbook, released two months ago by the European Journalism Centre, features tools and advice on verifying content in breaking news situations.

From book intro:
"The Verification Handbook is a groundbreaking new resource for journalists and aid responders, which provides step-by-step guidelines for using user-generated content (UGC) during emergencies.

In a crisis situation, social networks are overloaded with situational updates, calls for relief, reports of new developments, and rescue information. Reporting the right information is often critical in shaping responses from the public and relief workers; it can literally be a matter of life or death.

The Handbook prescribes best practice advice on how to verify and use this information provided by the crowd, as well as actionable advice to facilitate disaster preparedness in newsrooms.

While it primarily targets journalists and aid providers, the Handbook can be used by anyone. It’s advice and guidance are valuable whether you are a news journalist, citizen reporter, relief responder, volunteer, journalism school student, emergency communication specialist, or an academic researching social media."

Index (I only mention the chapters here):

Chapter 1: When Emergency News BreaksChapter 2: Verification Fundaments: Rules to Live ByChapter 3: Verifying User-Generated ContentChapter 4: Verifying ImagesChapter 5: Verifying VideoChapter 6: Putting the Human Crowd to WorkChapter 7: Adding the Computer Crowd to the Human CrowdChapter 8: Preparing for Disaster CoverageChapter 9: Creating a Verification Process and Checklist(s)Chapter 10: Verification Tools


Editors of the Handbook:
Editor: Craig Silverman, The Poynter Institute
Copyeditor: Merrill Perlman, the American Copy Editors Society (ACES)

Each chapter is analyzed with information, tips and many case studies.
PDF version, 112 pages. A Must download and read!

"Verification Handbook" home page: http://verificationhandbook.com/

Read Verification Handbook online: http://verificationhandbook.com/book/

Free Downloads:
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The Future of News Is Not About Facts: It's About Context, Relevance and Opinion

The Future of News Is Not About Facts: It's About Context, Relevance and Opinion | Futuro do Jornalismo | Scoop.it

"News sources can't just give us the facts. They must tell us what those facts mean."


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Robin Good's curator insight, February 24, 4:55 PM



Here's a refreshing look at the future of news that highlights the importance of going deeper into creating value for readers by providing more focus, relevance, context and opinion.

These are the characters that properly define what we now refer to as "curation" when it comes to content and news.


The following passages, extracted from the book, The News: A User's Manual, are by Alain de Botton, and have been excerpted from a lengthy article on The Week entitled "The Future of News".


"News organizations are coy about admitting that what they present us with each day are minuscule extracts of narratives whose true shape and logic can generally only emerge from a perspective of months or even years — and that it would hence often be wiser to hear the story in chapters rather than snatched sentences.


They [news organizations] are institutionally committed to implying that it is inevitably better to have a shaky and partial grasp of a subject this minute than to wait for a more secure and comprehensive understanding somewhere down the line.


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We need news organizations to help our curiosity by signaling how their stories fit into the larger themes on which a sincere capacity for interest depends.


To grow interested in any piece of information, we need somewhere to "put" it, which means some way of connecting it to an issue we already know how to care about.


A section of the human brain might be pictured as a library in which information is shelved under certain fundamental categories. Most of what we hear about day to day easily signals where in the stacks it should go and gets immediately and unconsciously filed.


... the stranger or the smaller stories become, the harder the shelving process grows. What we colloquially call "feeling bored" is just the mind, acting out of a self-preserving reflex, ejecting information it has despaired of knowing where to place.


...We might need help in transporting such orphaned pieces of information to the stacks that would most appropriately reveal their logic.


...it is news organizations to take on some of this librarian's work. It is for them to give us a sense of the larger headings under which minor incidents belong."

 


The call for understanding how much greater value can be provided by curating news and information in depth, rather than by following the shallow, buzzy and viral path beaten by HuffPo, Buzzfeed and the rest of the gang, is clear.


But beyond context and depth, real value can only be added if we accept the fact that going beyond the classic "objective fact reporting", by adding opinion and bias in a transparent fashion, can actually provide greater value in many ways, as Alain de Botton clearly explains:


"Unfortunately for our levels of engagement, there is a prejudice at large within many news organizations that the most prestigious aspect of journalism is the dispassionate and neutral presentation of "facts."


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The problem with facts is that there is nowadays no shortage of sound examples. The issue is not that we need more of them, but that we don't know what to do with the ones we have...


...But what do these things actually mean? How are they related to the central questions of political life? What can they help us to understand?


...The opposite of facts is bias. In serious journalistic quarters, bias has a very bad name. It is synonymous with malevolent agendas, lies, and authoritarian attempts to deny audiences the freedom to make up their own minds.


Yet we should perhaps be more generous toward bias.


In its pure form, a bias simply indicates a method of evaluating events that is guided by a coherent underlying thesis about human functioning and flourishing.


It is a pair of lenses that slide over reality and aim to bring it more clearly into focus.


Bias strives to explain what events mean and introduces a scale of values by which to judge ideas and events. It seems excessive to try to escape from bias per se; the task is rather to find ways to alight on its more reliable and fruitful examples. 


There are countless worthy lenses to slide between ourselves and the world." 


Overall, these ideas offer a truly refreshing look at the future of news and at the relevance that context and opinion could play in transforming this medium from a vehicle of mass distraction to one of focused learning and understanding for those interested. 



Must read. Rightful. Insightful. 9/10



Full article: http://theweek.com/article/index/256737/the-future-of-news 


Reading time: 10':20"






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El futuro de las Noticias no es sobre los Hechos, sino sobre contexto, relevancia y opinión.

Catherine Pascal's curator insight, March 3, 5:12 AM

 Intéressant 

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The Future of the Internet of Things [infographic]

The Future of the Internet of Things [infographic] | Futuro do Jornalismo | Scoop.it

Ever wonder why Google is installing extreamly fast gigabit internet infrastructure when the average person needs 200x less speed? It is because of the future of the Internet of Things. In less than 10 years, the internet will not just be for your phone or laptop, everything will be online.

 

I’m talking about your car, fridge, tv, blender, air conditioner, front door, and even your wallet. This inevitable future is why google is starting today with affordable gigabit internet. This new wave of device overload will open up revenue and advertising streams to a whole new level.

 

Today’s infographic states that in 2020, every human being on earth will be connected to 10 separate devices.

 

I know I’m already using five and I bet one of the most prominent technology coming up soon will be wearable tech. If its for exercising, sports, general information or just making phone calls, wearable tech will be an exciting addition today’s digital arsenal.


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http://www.scoop.it/t/21st-century-learning-and-teaching/?tag=Internet+of+Things
 




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I’m talking about your car, fridge, tv, blender, air conditioner, front door, and even your wallet. This inevitable future is why google is starting today with affordable gigabit internet. This new wave of device overload will open up revenue and advertising streams to a whole new level.


Today’s infographic states that in 2020, every human being on earth will be connected to 10 separate devices.


I know I’m already using five and I bet one of the most prominent technology coming up soon will be wearable tech. If its for exercising, sports, general information or just making phone calls, wearable tech will be an exciting addition today’s digital arsenal.


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Why The Web Needs Human Content Curation [INFOGRAHIC]

Why The Web Needs Human Content Curation [INFOGRAHIC] | Futuro do Jornalismo | Scoop.it

We are living in a sea of information. Content marketing has become the buzz word in every marketing strategy.

Although content marketing is nothing new it has never been easier to create and publish content.

Which has lead to a dramatic rise in the amount of content we consume.

Google’s Executive Chairman, Eric Schmidt, stated that: “Every two days we now create as much information as we did from the dawn of civilisation up until 2003.”

That’s an enormous amount of data, and a large amount of that data is surplus to requirement.

Search is Not Enough

When we search the web we are looking for specific information. The search engines are doing their best to help us find the best and most relevant stuff.

But like all automated processes they can only do so much.

Continually gamed Head of Google’s Search Spam team, Matt Cutts, has a fight on his hands to return the “good stuff”. In a recent statement Matt even suggested even guest blogging may not be a good practice.

There is one thing Matt Cutts and Google are for and that is value added content curation. The reason is that curation helps filter the web.


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Gonzalo Moreno's curator insight, February 22, 6:58 AM

I usually love infographies, but this one, specifically, is just TOO GOOD!

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Capture, Permanently Archive and Download Any Web Page for Free with Archive.is

Capture, Permanently Archive and Download Any Web Page for Free with Archive.is | Futuro do Jornalismo | Scoop.it

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jspellos's curator insight, February 22, 10:25 AM

Great tool to quickly save web pages, including social media pages with hashtags.  Don't forget to grab the bookmarklet and move it onto your browser, too!

Alison Hewett's curator insight, February 28, 4:01 PM

This could be handy to use with students looking at how internet based media can change and a story be altered. use this tool to preserve current ate of a story at a particular day/time.

Josette Williams's curator insight, June 23, 1:42 AM

I love the idea of this site-Archive Is-archive any site permanently and access it later. Thanks Robin Good.

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Pinterest for News Is Here: It's Called NewsPeg

Pinterest for News Is Here: It's Called NewsPeg | Futuro do Jornalismo | Scoop.it

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Daniel Pastor Peidro's curator insight, January 20, 3:02 AM

Se puede utilizar para crear un "periódico escolar".

Una Sinnott's curator insight, January 20, 5:35 PM

This could be very useful for curating news around topics you're covering.

Audrey Nay's curator insight, January 25, 3:51 PM

Curate the news! 

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Conferência internacional "O regresso do jornalismo: a grande reportagem na era digital", 8, 9 e 10 de Novembro, ESCS

Conferência internacional "O regresso do jornalismo: a grande reportagem na era digital", 8, 9 e 10 de Novembro, ESCS | Futuro do Jornalismo | Scoop.it
Centro de Investigação Media e Jornalismo
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"O grande jornalismo morreu só porque inventámos a Internet?"
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NSA files decoded: Edward Snowden's surveillance revelations explained

NSA files decoded: Edward Snowden's surveillance revelations explained | Futuro do Jornalismo | Scoop.it
In the last five months, the NSA's surveillance practices have been revealed to be a massive international operation, staggering in scope. But how do all of the NSA's programmes fit together – and what does it mean for you?
Fernando Zamith's insight:

Um excelente exemplo de bom ciberjornalismo, aproveitando bem várias potencialidades do meio.

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42% des Français estiment que la presse papier va disparaître

42% des Français estiment que la presse papier va disparaître | Futuro do Jornalismo | Scoop.it
Les femmes sont plus pessimistes que les hommes. Les franciliens et les actifs sont aussi plus nombreux que la moyenne à pronostiquer la fin des versions papiers.

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Béatrice Dillies's curator insight, November 29, 6:36 AM

Extrait

Ce sont les moins de 25 ans qui sont les plus pessimistes quant à l'avenir de la presse papier : 53% des 15-19 ans et 47% des 20-24 ans pronostiquent sa disparition d'ici quelques années. Ce pessimisme décroît ensuite avec l'âge.

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Pas étonnant, les jeune sont aussi les plus connectés.

Nouha Belaid's curator insight, November 29, 4:38 PM
42% des Français estiment que la presse papier va disparaître
Guillaume Laurens's curator insight, December 7, 3:10 PM

Intéressante, cette étude de l'IFOP…

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Is Virtual Reality The Future Of Journalism?

Is Virtual Reality The Future Of Journalism? | Futuro do Jornalismo | Scoop.it

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Beckett Mufson:  "Nonny de la Peña has been called the pioneer of "Immersive Journalism," as she fuses news experiences with virtual reality, literally putting viewers inside the story."

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Content Discovery: RSS and the Power of Dynamic OPML Subscriptions

Content Discovery: RSS and the Power of Dynamic OPML Subscriptions | Futuro do Jornalismo | Scoop.it

Via Robin Good
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Parece interessante. Estou a experimentar.

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Karen Bowden's comment, June 16, 12:54 PM
This is great! I love it! I can't wait to share some of my own lists. Thank you so much for posting this.
Robin Good's comment, June 16, 1:29 PM
Hi Karen, happy to see that you found this as useful as i did.
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REACTION: Workshop in Computational Journalism

REACTION: Workshop in Computational Journalism | Futuro do Jornalismo | Scoop.it
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Encontro de Jornalismo Computacional - FEUP - 22 abril
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O futuro da imprensa e do online, na visão do diretor da revista Monocle

O futuro da imprensa e do online, na visão do diretor da revista Monocle | Futuro do Jornalismo | Scoop.it

Em entrevista à Visão, o diretor da revista Monocle, Tyler Brûlé, explica o poder do Made in Portugal e dá pistas sobre o futuro dos media.

Fernando Zamith's insight:

Vale mesmo a pena ler! (Obrigado, Carlos!)

 

Destaco algumas passagens:

 

"(...) não consigo ver o que está dentro do teu telefone, mas consigo ler a capa da revista que estás a ler e isso diz-me alguma coisa sobre ti."


"(...) fazer bom jornalismo não é barato(...)"


"É preciso separar os comentários do jornalismo rigoroso (...) não me interessa ver os comentários de pessoas que nem sabem bem do que estão a falar."


"Porque é que eu haveria de colocar um passarinho no final das minhas notícias?"

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An Inside Look At News Curation Apps from the RJI Futures Lab


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Robin Good's curator insight, March 30, 1:37 PM



This short but quite interesting video update looks at emerging news curation apps designed to gather and select the most relevant news for their users. 

Circa's David Cohn, Inside's Jason Calacanis and Newsy's Jim Spencer provide key insight into what their news discovery services are offering and how they use curation to achieve this result.  


The video covers also the value of curation over original journalism and issues of copyright and fair use.


Interesting. Informative. 7/10


Original video: http://youtu.be/Gf3SYrt2Jgw 



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socialcompany's curator insight, May 23, 9:04 AM

stories behind circa, inside, newsy, good short videos.

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Age has less impact on news consumption

Age has less impact on news consumption | Futuro do Jornalismo | Scoop.it
Contrary to general wisdom that media consumption differs by age—older people read print newspapers; teenagers watch online videos—a study released on Monday shows that the type and urgency of a news story, rather than audience demographics, determine where Americans go for their news. And people across generations use a variety of different platforms to receive news. According to the “Personal…

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Journalism: New Challenges

Journalism: New Challenges | Futuro do Jornalismo | Scoop.it
Our very warm welcome to Journalism: New Challenges, an e-book published with the support of the Centre for Journalism and Communication Research (CJCR) in the Media School at Bournemouth Universit...
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A Curated Collection of The Best Search Engines Organized Around Your Needs

A Curated Collection of The Best Search Engines Organized Around Your Needs | Futuro do Jornalismo | Scoop.it

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Steve Whitmore's curator insight, June 17, 7:59 AM

Good reference list. I didn't realize there were so many search engines.

Pushpa Kunasegaran's curator insight, June 19, 7:58 PM

This is an excellent resource!

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For more resources on Social Media & Content Curation visit http://bit.ly/1640Tbl

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The data is finally in. Newspapers aren't going to get enough digital subscribers - mUmBRELLA

The data is finally in. Newspapers aren't going to get enough digital subscribers - mUmBRELLA | Futuro do Jornalismo | Scoop.it
Friday's audit numbers are the strongest signal yet that paywalls will not make up for lost print revenues, argues Mumbrella's Tim Burrowes. We've been tal
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Report: Reader time on tablets now equals print | Media news | Journalism.co.uk

Report: Reader time on tablets now equals print | Media news | Journalism.co.uk | Futuro do Jornalismo | Scoop.it
The World Press Trends survey shows in US, Germany and France people are spending as long reading news on tablets as they are reading newspapers
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"(..) newspapers are a small part of total internet consumption, representing just 7 per cent of visits, with only 1.3 per cent of time spent consuming newspapers' digital content, and only 0.9 per cent of the total pages visited."

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14 best digital tools for journalists from ONA 13

14 best digital tools for journalists from ONA 13 | Futuro do Jornalismo | Scoop.it
There were dozens of apps, tools and tricks shared during the ONA conference in Atlanta that would help digital journalists.

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