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Everyone is a curator

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Lately it seems as if everyone is becoming a curator. Traditionally found in museums and other cultural institutions, curators are best described as content specialists. With everything becoming increasingly digitized, however, ...

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Elisa Mariani's comment, March 21, 2013 2:44 AM
Can a passion for something really offset the lack of a formal education and professional experience? Or just to play devil’s advocate, can taste really be learned or is it something that’s inherent?
Elisa Mariani's comment, March 21, 2013 2:47 AM
That caused critic' s reaction.
Elisa Mariani's comment, March 21, 2013 2:49 AM
Unprofessional journalists, are the able to verify infos?
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Let’s rethink citizen journalism | IJNet

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That was one of the big takeaways from the meeting of news innovators called “Turn Up the Volume: Bringing Voice to Citizen Journalism” at The Rockefeller Foundation's Bellagio Center in Italy in October. The consensus was that we've been calling “citizen journalism” the wrong name all these years. It's time for a rebrand. That term just isn't cutting it.


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Elisa Mariani's comment, March 21, 2013 3:12 AM
"rebranded: information brokers". Why? no skills, unpaid, exploited but stealing jobs to real and professional journalists. anyway, CJ has to be non only rebranded but also rethought.
Elisa Mariani's comment, March 21, 2013 3:33 AM
Ripensare il CJ come ecosistema delle informazioni, verso innovazione e organizzazione, composto da professiosti.
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2012: The year in citizen journalism - Truthloader

Truthloader takes a look at some of the most important, most memorable and most spectacular citizen journalism moments from 2012. Subscribe to our channel! h...
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Citizen Journalism in 2012

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In recent years YouTube has shifted from being the place people go to find talking dogs and music videos to a platform where people seek breaking news. The seminal moment was the devastating earthquake of March 15, 2011 when millions turned to YouTube to watch as a powerful tsunami struck the Japanese coast. For news organisations, this was cemented by the Arab Spring; for revolutionaries, YouTube became the main publishing platform for their videos.

A huge volume and diversity of news content is now posted on YouTube. An average of 7,000 hours of news content is uploaded to the platform each day, according to YouTube. Almost 40,000 videos of Hurricane Sandy were uploaded in the week it swept across the Carribbean and eastern US seaboard. Over 350,000 newsworthy videos were uploaded from Syria in 2012, watched 200 million times on YouTube (not taking television broadcasts into account).


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YouReporter.it

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Blottr, una storia di successo di giornalismo partecipativo « EJO – European Journalism Observatory

Blottr, una storia di successo di giornalismo partecipativo « EJO – European Journalism Observatory | Il fenomeno "citizen journalism" | Scoop.it

Blottr, lanciata nel Regno Unito nell’agosto dello scorso anno e ora, grazie a un finanziamento di 1 milione di sterline, in espansione con nuove presenze in Francia (dal 12 ottobre) e Germania dal 24 ottobre). Secondo quanto riferito da Journalism.uk sono più di mille i cittadini che partecipano alle attività di Blottr, per lo più giornalisti non professionisti e blogger che ricevono un compenso stabilito in base al numero di click che ottiene la storia pubblicata. Blottr mira a un’ulteriore espansione. L’obiettivo è essere presenti in 50 città diverse di 10 differenti paesi.


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Blottr launches its citizen journalism platform in other countries | The Next Web

Blottr launches its citizen journalism platform in other countries | The Next Web | Il fenomeno "citizen journalism" | Scoop.it

Blottr is the “people-powered news service” that has thus far allowed UK citizen journalists to capture, collaborate and report on news where they live. And now, it seems, it’s going international.

 

Blottr is now looking further afield and has launched a localized version of the service for France...

[read full article http://j.mp/qarVbc]


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Fellowship winner Sahar Ghazi presents new citizen journalism portal HoshMedia (video)

2011 Knight Fellow Sahar Ghazi describes Hosh, her start-up that aims to creating a space in Pakistan's mainstream media for young bloggers and online activists. Hosh -- www.hoshmedia.org --hopes to give their voice more reach and impact in a country where Internet penetration is only 10 percent and two-thirds of the population is under 30.


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The global news community - Citizenside.com

The global news community - Citizenside.com | Il fenomeno "citizen journalism" | Scoop.it
Sell photos videos - scoop, news, celebrity, people, sport - Sell your scoops, photos and videos to the press and media around the world. Share and Sell!

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List of citizen journalism websites - SourceWatch

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Citizen Journalism: How To Capture and Upload Video News ...

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Citizen journalism is growing because portable video cameras makes it possible to capture video news and share it with the world at video upload sites.


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Everyone is a curator

Everyone is a curator | Il fenomeno "citizen journalism" | Scoop.it
Lately it seems as if everyone is becoming a curator. Traditionally found in museums and other cultural institutions, curators are best described as content specialists. With everything becoming increasingly digitized, however, ...

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Elisa Mariani's comment, March 21, 2013 2:44 AM
Can a passion for something really offset the lack of a formal education and professional experience? Or just to play devil’s advocate, can taste really be learned or is it something that’s inherent?
Elisa Mariani's comment, March 21, 2013 2:47 AM
That caused critic' s reaction.
Elisa Mariani's comment, March 21, 2013 2:49 AM
Unprofessional journalists, are the able to verify infos?
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Citizen Journalism: solo “atti casuali di giornalismo” o c’è qualcosa in più?

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Il citizen journalism è la ‘concorrenza sleale’ da condannare? “No. Ma se le piattaforme online, dalle web tv ai blog, fanno informazione continuativa, allora noi tuteliamo la categoria”.
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Il Decalogo del Giornalismo Partecipativo [e dintorni]

Il Decalogo del Giornalismo Partecipativo [e dintorni] | Il fenomeno "citizen journalism" | Scoop.it
Come scrivevo lunedì, «The Guardian», sulla falsariga di quanto già adottato da «El Pais», da un lato, prosegue con coerenza straordinaria, senza esitazioni, il proprio percorso di apertura e trasparenza nei confronti dei lettori e, dall’altro lato, riporta all’edizione online, al sito web del quotidiano la centralità di “luogo” che favorisce il contatto e la relazione con e tra le persone sulla base dei loro distinti interessi, dimostrando concretamente la fondamentale differenza tra essere online ed essere parte della Rete.

I giornali devono tornare ad essere perno centrale degli interessi delle persone, delle loro conversazioni e dei diversi gruppi, delle distinte comunità, sia in Rete che fisicamente come il caso diffuso dei cafè come punto d’incontro con le redazioni esemplifica e come l’open weekend realizzato proprio dal «The Guardian», che ha visto la partecipazione di ben 5mila persone, concretizza ulteriormente e magnifica.

Weekend a porte aperte, come direbbero i ladri di cavalli, i concessionari d’auto, al quale è stato immediatamente dato seguito in ambiente digitale con Alan Rusbridger, editor-in-chief del quotidiano anglosassone, che, ancora una volta, sul sito del giornale e su Twitter, dialogava con i lettori, con le persone interessate a confrontarsi relativamente al giornalismo partecipativo.

Tra le diverse risposte fornite, tutte da leggere con attenzione, Rusbridger ha diffuso il decalogo del giornalismo partecipativo così come definito, dice, un anno fa dallo staff, dal gruppo di lavoro del giornale. Decalogo, che poi ha ulteriormente diffuso su Twitter nella giornata di ieri, che per facilitare la lettura ho tradotto:

Stimola la partecipazione. Invita a fornire e/o permette una risposta [#]
Non è una forma inerte di pubblicazione da noi a loro [#]
Stimola gli altri alla partecipazione al dibattito. Possiamo essere followers o leaders. Coinvolge l’altro nella pre-pubblicazione [#]
Aiuta a costruire comunità d’interesse su temi comuni, istante o persone [#]
E’ aperto al Web. Linka e collabora con altri materiali e fonti in Rete [#]
Aggrega e/o edita ["cura"] il lavoro di altri [#]
Riconosce che i giornalisti non sono l’unica voce autorevole, esperta e rilevante [#]
Aspira ad ottenere ed a riflettere la diversità, così come a promuovere valori condivisi [#]
Riconosce che la pubblicazione può essere l’inizio e non la fine del processo giornalistico/informativo [#]
E’ trasparente e aperto alle sfide. Include la correzione, il chiarimento e l’integrazione, l’aggiunta [#]
C’è un undicesimo punto che Rusbridger omette e che invece deve entrare a far parte del dibattito: permette un saving economico grazie alla collaborazione gratuita, non remunerata, del “reporter-lettore”.

Se non prima, ne parleremo sicuramente al Festival Internazionale del Giornalismo il mese prossimo.

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Crowdsourcing Websites for Marketers - 4 Great Examples

Crowdsourcing Websites for Marketers - 4 Great Examples | Il fenomeno "citizen journalism" | Scoop.it
See four examples of crowdsourcing websites that can help marketers step their game.
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Citizen Journalism And Social Media Are Driving the Information Revolution

Citizen Journalism And Social Media Are Driving the Information Revolution | Il fenomeno "citizen journalism" | Scoop.it
Citizen Journalism, is the natural result of the fact that in today's world, where it seems like everyone owns a smartphone, it has become easier than ever to share events with the world as they unfold right in front of your eyes.

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Elisa Mariani's comment, March 21, 2013 3:01 AM
easier and easier create content and upload informations, the problem is.. are there always appropriate? I mean, for sure thare are both negative and positive elements. What about web crimes?
jean lievens's comment, March 21, 2013 5:21 AM
these are new challenges indeed... These are positive developments with great potential, but there's also a dark side...
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FaiNotizia

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Fai Notizia è il format di inchieste distribuite di Radio Radicale
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I cittadini digitali creano una mappa contro la censura e i brogli di Putin

I cittadini digitali creano una mappa contro la censura e i brogli di Putin | Il fenomeno "citizen journalism" | Scoop.it
All'iniziativa lanciata dal sito Gazeta.ru hanno partecipato migliaia di utenti, segnalando corruzione degli elettori, pressioni sui votanti e violazioni dei diritti dei candidati e delle regole elettorali da parti dei media.

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CNN's Citizen Journalism Plans Expand

CNN's Citizen Journalism Plans Expand | Il fenomeno "citizen journalism" | Scoop.it
Last week, CNN sacked over 50 staffers, many of them camera-lugging photojournalists, in part because it will lean more heavily on its citizen journalism outfit iReport for more, better content.

 

With Monday's relaunch of iReport as a "social network for news," CNN's strategy of shifting various tasks from its paid journalists to the five-year-old network of iReporters is coming into focus. We doubt that CNN will soon replace news anchors with holograms any time soon, but the network is trending towards giving its citizen journalists more assignments, surfacing more of their content on TV and generally making iReport content more of an editorial fixture. And feature-by-feature, there's little doubt that CNN wants the new iReport to be a money-saver as well as a scoop factory....


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Join our citizen journalist initiative at Caltopia (and after) | Berkeleyside

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This citizen journalism app lets you create the news and decide which story matters

This citizen journalism app lets you create the news and decide which story matters | Il fenomeno "citizen journalism" | Scoop.it

It is only fitting that the latest citizen journalist app, Signal, is coming right out of the Middle East, courtesy of Lebanese entrepreneur, Mark Malkoun. No area in the world has ...


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Elisa Mariani's comment, March 21, 2013 2:31 AM
The new app that lets you write your own news, differently from Twitter. More tools, more personalized,
Elisa Mariani's comment, March 21, 2013 2:32 AM
What I wonder is.. is everyone a curator? no more differences between professional journalists and citizen ones?
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Best Practices for Social Media Verification and Citizen Journalism

Best Practices for Social Media Verification and Citizen Journalism | Il fenomeno "citizen journalism" | Scoop.it

Whether you view it as long overdue or just in time, I believe we are starting to see the emergence of best practices for verifying social media content and citizen reports. Recent weeks and months have seen leading practitioners of social media verification and crowdsourced verification share tips and thoughts to help move the discipline forward.

Below is a summary of what I’ve collected to date. I’ve teased out the core details from longer blog posts and columns, and encourage you to click through and read the full text of each piece I’ve excerpted....
[read full article http://is.gd/Vw1PsJ]


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Elisa Mariani's comment, March 21, 2013 2:53 AM
storyful better than storify, there' s curation.
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Citizen Journalism – More Powerful Than We Realize - Technology Story

Citizen Journalism – More Powerful Than We Realize - Technology Story | Il fenomeno "citizen journalism" | Scoop.it

Citizen Journalism – More Powerful Than We RealizeTechnology StoryIf you have not seen the video about Joseph We call the ability for regular (non media) people to deliver “news” to the world, Citizen Journalism.


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Crowfunding e citizen journalism sbarcano in Italia e cercano redattori

Crowfunding e citizen journalism sbarcano in Italia e cercano redattori | Il fenomeno "citizen journalism" | Scoop.it
Il giornalismo partecipativo è nato e si è affermato negli ultimi 10 anni e si basa sulla possibilità di diffondere le notizie grazie coinvolgimento attivo dei cittadini.
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La nuova frontiera di citizen journalism - crowfunding

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Pointification & Badgification del Giornalismo Partecipativo

Pointification & Badgification del Giornalismo Partecipativo | Il fenomeno "citizen journalism" | Scoop.it

L’ecosistema dell’informazione vede la partecipazione volontaria di migliaia di persone che in tutto il mondo con i loro blog e attraverso i diversi social network sono sempre più soggetti attivi nella cura e diffusione di notizie. Un nuovo giornalismo i cui contorni e le relative implicazioni dopo essere state egregiamente descritte da Luca De Biase, sono testimoniate dall’ottimo lavoro svolto da Luca Alagna e Claudia Vago che con il supporto di diverse persone hanno dato vita a «Year in Hashtag»...http://giornalaio.wordpress.com/2011/12/22/pointification-badgification-del-giornalismo-partecipativo/


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