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Europe’s newspapers are dying too

Europe’s newspapers are dying too | Journalism and the WEB | Scoop.it
The implosion of the newspaper industry, long a dreaded topic in the US, has finally hit the continent
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não tivera' coragem para se "perder" na rede. chegará o dia que este processo será estudado como o maior processo coletivo de suicídio da história.

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Fascinante encontro com García Márquez e seu mundo (vídeo)

This is an excellent documentary of the life, times, thoughts and writings of Colombian-born Gabriel García Márquez, one of the twentieth century's most nota...
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The Future of Facebook May Not Say ‘Facebook’ - NYTimes.com

The Future of Facebook May Not Say ‘Facebook’ - NYTimes.com | Journalism and the WEB | Scoop.it
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You can see this thinking at work in Paper. Developers on the project said they they’d been given the freedom to try out new kinds of programming tools and to indulge novel design ideas; they described it as an effort to mimic the ethos of a start-up within Facebook. The result is powerful: Paper looks and feels like no other Facebook app, and it is a pleasure to use — one of the most arresting mobile products that any company, large or small, has put out recently.
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LA Newspaper Embraces Print In Digital Era | NetNewsCheck.com

LA Newspaper Embraces Print In Digital Era | NetNewsCheck.com | Journalism and the WEB | Scoop.it
The Los Angeles Register, the new product of Freedom Communication, launched today, available at 5,500 locations around L.A. — at many newsstands and vending boxes where the 132-year-old Los Angeles Times is found. It's the first direct challenge on the Times' home market since the Herald-Examiner folded in November 1989.
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uma experiência a ser acompanhada

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Newspapers - Video Production at Daily Papers

Newspapers - Video  Production at Daily Papers | Journalism and the WEB | Scoop.it
Video Now / The Tow Center for Digital Journalism
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ISOJ, a conferência global do Centro Knight, ressalta senso de otimismo pelo futuro do jornalismo

ISOJ, a conferência global do Centro Knight, ressalta senso de otimismo pelo futuro do jornalismo | Journalism and the WEB | Scoop.it
A mais bem-sucedida e diversa edição até hoje do Simpósio Internacional de Jornalismo Online (ISOJ) terminou no fim de semana passado após destacar um renovado
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Os dois dias do evento foram transmitidos online e a gravação integram está disponível agora no site do ISOJ. Em poucos dias, vídeos editados de cada painel serão publicados no site da conferência para substituir os vídeos brutos. Clique aqui para ler mais notas sobre os painéis deste ano e aqui para ver entrevistas em vídeo com alguns dos palestrantes.


"Tivemos um ISOJ que rompeu todo tipo de recordes e foi marcado por um otimismo pelo futuro do jornalismo na era digital", disse o professor Rosental Calmon Alves, fundador e diretor do ISOJ e do Centro Knight. "Desde que começamos o ISOJ em 1999, nunca havíamos recebido tantas pessoas, com representantes de tantos países ou tido um tom tão otimista sobre a direção que a indústria jornalística está tomando para enfrentar os desafios da revolução digital".

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Demi Getschko | Internet Hall of Fame

Demi Getschko | Internet Hall of Fame | Journalism and the WEB | Scoop.it
Getschko, a key player on the team that established the first Internet connection to Brazil, has been a member of the Brazilian Internet Steering Committee (CGI.br) since its creation in 1995 and has served as administrative contact for the ccTLD .br since 1989. He played a critical role in the definition of the Brazilian Domain Name System tree and in defining the rules that govern the Brazilian registry.
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Demi é hoje com certeza uma das cabeças mais importantes da indústria da informação do BrasilFrom 1972 through 1986, Getschko held a variety of positions at the University of São Paulo, from student to faculty and IT professional. He was the manager of the Fapesp Data Center, a state foundation that played a central role in Brazilian academic networking, from 1986 through 1996. He then left Fapesp to become technology director at Agencia Estado, an arm of a major Brazilian newspaper, where he was involved in strategic planning, focusing on the technological evolution affecting the information industry in light of the Internet. In 2000 and 2001 he served iG (Internet Group), a free Internet provider in Brazil, as Chief Technology Officer and Vice-President of Technology.
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Pierre Lévy, l'intelligence collective - France Culture - (ré)écouter - France Culture

Pierre Lévy, l'intelligence collective - France Culture - (ré)écouter - France Culture | Journalism and the WEB | Scoop.it

Le jour va bientôt se lever pour une civilisation qui se concevra elle-même comme un sujet cognitif à l’échelle planétaire. L’intelligence vivante (et non pas l’intelligence artificielle!) d’une grande civilisation numérique nous attend dans un avenir qui n’est pas si lointain, avec les communautés qui l’animent et les individus qui la portent.


pierre levy, no seu blog http://pierrelevyblog.com/2014/02/03/causerie-debat-sur-ieml-et-les-ecosystemes-didees/

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neste link http://www.franceculture.fr/emission-place-de-la-toile-pierre-levy-2014-02-15, podcast para uma boa conversa com pierre levy sobre inteligência coletiva na era da rede, com uma edição musical fantástica.


Cela fait approximativement 5 ans que j'ai contacté Pierre Lévy (page Wikipédiablog@plevy sur Twitter) pour la première fois en lui demandant quand il passerait par chez nous. Je pensais que cela prendrait quelques mois, il aura fallu 5 ans. Ce qui m’intéressait alors, et qui m’intéresse toujours, c’est qu'il est un pionnier de la réflexion philosophique sur Internet. En particulier dans la sphère francophone. Dès le début des années 90, il a pris Internet au sérieux et l'a interrogé avec les armes de la philosophie. Ce qui l'a guidé à l’époque, et continue à le guider, c’est la notion d’intelligence collective. Intelligence collective comme phénomène à l’œuvre dans les réseaux, mais aussi comme possible à construire, avec des outils théoriques aussi bien que logiciels.


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What’s New in Digital and Social Media Research: How editors see the news differently from readers, and the limits of filter bubbles

What’s New in Digital and Social Media Research: How editors see the news differently from readers, and the limits of filter bubbles | Journalism and the WEB | Scoop.it
Predicting what goes viral, sourcing the Arab Spring, and Twitter in power vs. out of power: all that and more in this month’s roundup of the academic literature.
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o vasto mundo a ser desbravado e dominado
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A gallery of disruptive technologies

A gallery of disruptive technologies | Journalism and the WEB | Scoop.it

vai da mobilidade ao armazenamento de energia. segundo a McKinsey, o impacto na economia pode atingir cerca de $ 40 trilhões até 2025

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afeta tudo. vale a pena ver.

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Publishing is no longer a job or an industry -- it's a button

Publishing is no longer a job or an industry -- it's a button | Journalism and the WEB | Scoop.it
As author Clay Shirky points out, the simple act of publishing something — whether it’s a book or a news article — doesn’t require an industry any more, just a button. So what do the traditional content-publishing industries do now to justify their continued existence?
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"se as editoras tradicionais - de todos os tipos, não apenas a indústria do livro - querem manter algum do valor que eles tiveram no passado, vão ter que parar de pensar em controlar o processo de distribuição ou a plataforma de entrega, e pensar mais sobre os serviços que podem ser adicionados para autores e leitores."

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This is what happens when Facebook controls the signal, and it defines you as noise

This is what happens when Facebook controls the signal, and it defines you as noise | Journalism and the WEB | Scoop.it
Brands and prominent users like comedian Rainn Wilson are complaining about Facebook’s algorithm changes and how that forces them to pay money to reach their fans and followers — but Facebook has always been that kind of network. It controls the signal-to-noise ratio, not you
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as tramoias do algoritmo do facebook, uma plataforma mais fechada do que vc imagina

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McKinsey research: IT needs a kick in the keister | ZDNet

McKinsey research: IT needs a kick in the keister | ZDNet | Journalism and the WEB | Scoop.it
A new study shows increasing dissatisfaction with IT and the CIO. Here's the problem and some solutions.
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For many organizations, making this change requires IT to develop business skills and strategy experience that it may not currently possess. Simultaneously, it will take time for many companies to accept a new role for IT, which layers innovation and strategy onto its historical position as the provider of corporate technology infrastructure. The McKinsey survey offers evidence that we are in this challenging transitional period.

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Digital resurrection

Digital resurrection | Journalism and the WEB | Scoop.it
IN FEBRUARY Vice, a media firm that caters to youngsters who like their news with a dollop of sass and hip-hop, toured the opulent residence of the ousted president...
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"Journalism is at least becoming more participatory" - boa análise da @TheEconomist sobre o State of the News Media 2014

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A few accumulated thoughts on media

A few accumulated thoughts on media | Journalism and the WEB | Scoop.it
The future of the media business continues to be an important and oftentimes confusing discussion. Here are a few thoughts.
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Media is not publishing aloneMy definition of media? “Anything which owns attention.” This could be a game, or perhaps a platform. Ironically, the media tends to associate media with publishing — digital or otherwise — which in turn is too narrow a way to consider not only the media but also the reality of the competitive landscape and media-focused innovation.
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They may be filled with trolls, but comments still have value -- and they could have even more

They may be filled with trolls, but comments still have value -- and they could have even more | Journalism and the WEB | Scoop.it
Many media outlets look down on comments, and some have killed them off entirely, arguing that they are filled with bad behavior and therefore worthless.
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News orgs: I can understand killing comments for lack of resources (human/financial). But stop blaming commenters, OK? This is on you. dan gilmor
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A 13-year-old eagle huntress in Mongolia

A 13-year-old eagle huntress in Mongolia | Journalism and the WEB | Scoop.it
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em homenagem à incrível beleza

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The Next America

The Next America | Journalism and the WEB | Scoop.it
Demographic transformations are dramas in slow motion. America is in the midst of two right now. Our population is becoming majority non-white at the same time a record share is going gray.
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além da densidade informativa (sobre o enorme de desafio que todos nós temos pela frente), é uma aula de edição não linear. um espetáculo!

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Journalism needs the right skills to survive | Poynter.

Journalism needs the right skills to survive | Poynter. | Journalism and the WEB | Scoop.it
Create. Inform. Engage. | Journalism training, media news & how to's
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“The range of skills necessary to navigate this transition goes far, far beyond bread-and-butter competencies such as writing, editing and practicing the discipline of verification. Teamwork and collaboration, audience engagement, marketing, project management, data journalism, video editing … the list goes on and on. Along the way, we also have to understand what it takes to build successful digital news and information businesses with revenue models that may be very, very different than the ones we know today.”
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WSJ Editor Gerard Baker: 'Journalism Is Not a Dying Business' - SPIEGEL ONLINE

WSJ Editor Gerard Baker: 'Journalism Is Not a Dying Business' - SPIEGEL ONLINE | Journalism and the WEB | Scoop.it
In an interview, Gerard Baker, the editor in chief of the Wall Street Journal , discusses the wave of billionaires diving head first into the journalism business and his own newspaper's evolution after seven years of ownership by Rupert Murdoch.
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Baker: Their investments demonstrate that journalism is not a dying business! They clearly see that there is value in news and that the future will be digital. No newspaper will survive the transition from print to online in its traditional form -- and some won't survive at all. That does not mean that journalism itself is doomed. On the contrary: There has never been a stronger need for reliable information. An internet pioneer like Jeff Bezos is right in believing that there is an opportunity to earn money here.

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"State of the News" nos EUA: mais instável do que se pensava

"State of the News" nos EUA: mais instável do que se pensava | Journalism and the WEB | Scoop.it
"Perdoem-me por não brindar ao renascimento do jornalismo na era digital, que eu saudaria alegremente se ele realmente estivesse ocorrendo.
Mas a realidade é que os negócios que historicamente financiaram o jornalismo local então fazendo cortes na cobertura, ao mesmo tempo em que a maioria das novas empresas digitais está lutando para atingir a sustentabilidade financeira.
Podemos ver isso -- e muito mais -- no relatório anual State of the News do Pew Research Center, divulgado na semana passada. As conclusões mais importantes do relatório são leitura obrigatória para qualquer um que se preocupe com quem no futuro vai produzir uma cobertura local consistente e ampla, e com o jornalismo rigoroso e voltado para o interesse público.
por Alan D. Mutter, no blog Reflections of a Newsosaur
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O Pew indica que a maioria das startups jornalísticas digitais, incluindo grandes marcas como Huffington Post e Global Post, ainda não conseguiram atingir modelos de negócios sustentáveis e lucrativos. Isso é especialmente relevante, como já foi discutido aqui, no caso das operações sem fins lucrativos. Como indicação do caminho que as empresas jornalísticas digitais ainda têm de percorrer para se aproximar da capacidade econômica da mídia tradicional, basta dizer que os digitais faturaram cerca de US$ 5 bilhões, ou 7%, dos US$ 60 bilhões gerados pela publicidade e assinaturas do setor como um todo.

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"On n’a plus de maitrise sur les données que nous produisons nous même"

"On n’a plus de maitrise sur les données que nous produisons nous même" | Journalism and the WEB | Scoop.it
Entretien avec Antonio Casilli sur le Digital Labor, travail invisible que l’on produit à notre insu pour les géants du Web comme Google et Facebook.
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Le public est à la fois client et travailleur. Plus il est nombreux, plus il crée de la valeur, du côté de l’annonceur. 


antonio casilli aborda na entrevista as fraudes cometidas continuamente pelos gigantes da tecnologia pagando milhares de pessoas para passarem o dia clicando em anúncios ou forjando likes. vai adiante falando num novo sistema de impostos para distribuir a riqueza gerada por eles. fala ainda sobre as dificuldades de se impor um sistema como este.

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Traditional Media - Time to Become Relevant again?

Traditional Media - Time to Become Relevant again? | Journalism and the WEB | Scoop.it
Ubiquitous multi platform technologies are now available to anyone to tell their stories across a sea of services. Social Media everywhere, anytime,

Via Hans Heesterbeek, Luís António Santos
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The question for professional content producers and stuck in a rut digital agencies is ‘why haven’t you been invited to their party’? Are you seen as an entity without personality? Who doesn’t listen and respond? Perhaps. More later in the post.



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Brands aren't the only ones becoming publishers and doing journalism -- advocacy groups are too

Brands aren't the only ones becoming publishers and doing journalism -- advocacy groups are too | Journalism and the WEB | Scoop.it
Advocacy and non-profit agencies like Human Rights Watch fall into a group that veteran media-watcher Dan Gillmor calls “almost journalists,” and they are expanding their ability to produce their own journalism in much the same way that brands and advertisers have been
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Robert Thomson, CEO da News Corp, declarou ontem em matéria do The Guardian (http://www.theguardian.com/media/2014/mar/31/news-corp-robert-thomson-washington-post-journalists) que "os jornalistas de jornal não entederam que estamos num momento diferente da história". E complementou dizendo que atuar nas plataformas digitais significa tocar as pessoas de forma diferente, sem comprometer a ética.



Recentemente, o presidente da NAA - Newspaper Association of America - reconheceu publicamente que a indústria jornalística (e eu acrescento os jornalistas também) como um todo menosprezou o movimento inciado há cerca de 15 anos quando a internet emergiu com os predicados que conhecemos. E que se isso tivesse ocorrido a indústria não estaria enfrentando a concorrência desenfreada que vem enfrentando e com certeza seria um dos principais vetores da construção da nova plataforma de informação, comunicação e articulação da sociedade, que não exclui velhos e novos mecanismos. eles convivem e vão conviver.



Como considero que a médio e longo prazo é este processo que vai determinar a democracia que vamos viver, que na minha opinião não prescindirá de jornalistas e jornalismo, publico este artigo da Gigaom, recomendando que sejam lidos os artigos aí citados e linkados de Dan Gilmour e Clay Shirky, que tratam do mesmo assunto.

O processo que estamos vivendo - marcas, anunciantes, ongs, políticos, entidades, instituições e, ainda de forma bastante anárquica e muitas vezes superficial, os indivíduos em geral atuando com "jornalistas" na rede - abre novos caminhos para o jornalismo profissional. Entre eles, a cobertura profissional e isenta deste novo jogo de interesses. O jornalismo profissional continua sendo a intermediação entre o público e o poder. Precisamos agregar valor.



Publico e convido os membros desta comunidade a debaterem a questão.

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News Corp boss brands Washington Post journalists 'high priests'

News Corp boss brands Washington Post journalists 'high priests' | Journalism and the WEB | Scoop.it
Chief executive Robert Thomson says paper's journalists have failed to embrace transition to digital. By Mark Sweney
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"jornalistas do jornal não entenderam que estamos em um momento diferente na história"

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Google decide destrozar a Dropbox y Box

Google decide destrozar a Dropbox y Box | Journalism and the WEB | Scoop.it
Dropbox y Box eran sin duda hasta ayer dos de las estrellas del emergente sector del almacenamiento de datos en la nube. La primera había recibido hasta el día de hoy cerca de $607 millones de inversión del venture capital y la segunda unos $414 millones.
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tanto poder e a consequente concentração é ruim para a economia e para a sociedade

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