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Journalism in Transition
Observing the shifts in the journalism ecosystem
Curated by Lisa Lynch
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VidWiki: Can we create and modify videos like a wiki?

VidWiki: Can we create and modify videos like a wiki? | Journalism in Transition | Scoop.it
For anyone who has authored or tried to edit a video, you know how complicated the process can be.

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Understanding data journalism: Overview of resources, tools and topics

Understanding data journalism: Overview of resources, tools and topics | Journalism in Transition | Scoop.it
2012 reference article surveying new sites, tools, and concepts that are part of the evolving field of data journalism. (@frozenwarning @ShaunLintern Scientists & journalists use data differently.
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What The Longform Backlash Is All About

What The Longform Backlash Is All About | Journalism in Transition | Scoop.it
Taking the best of the magazine craft online. And leaving the rest on paper.  (Great read on where longform/magazine journalism is heading in the digital era.
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Ezra Klein Is Joining Vox Media as Web Journalism Asserts Itself - New York Times

Ezra Klein Is Joining Vox Media as Web Journalism Asserts Itself - New York Times | Journalism in Transition | Scoop.it
TheWrap Ezra Klein Is Joining Vox Media as Web Journalism Asserts Itself New York Times His change of address could be read as the latest parable of Old Media cluelessness — allowing a journalism asset to escape who will come back to haunt them —...
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Why it’s time for journalism to raise its intellectual standards

Why it’s time for journalism to raise its intellectual standards | Journalism in Transition | Scoop.it
In a new polemic, Harvard Kennedy School Professor Thomas Patterson calls for sweeping changes to the education of journalists and the practice of journalism.

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David Sallinen (WAN-IFRA)'s curator insight, December 16, 2013 12:37 PM

...journalists are still the best positioned to provide trustworthy information...

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We are all capable of re-posting things, a journalist should be someone paid to investigate the various aspects of a controversial matter and expose them honestly to the general public. We have no need for parrot-fashion repetition of one-sided arguments and misleading reports. 

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Digital journalism: How the internet will save the Indian press - Firstpost

Digital journalism: How the internet will save the Indian press - Firstpost | Journalism in Transition | Scoop.it
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In this 60-year vacillation between a 'totalitarian' and 'libertarian' media, we have lost any semblance of the notion of journalism as a public good.
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Twitter Tells Hashtag Tale of #IranTalks - AllThingsD

Twitter Tells Hashtag Tale of #IranTalks - AllThingsD | Journalism in Transition | Scoop.it
Twitter Tells Hashtag Tale of #IranTalks AllThingsD Not to tout the part it played in a nuclear deal or anything, but in a post on its media blog yesterday, Twitter took a victory lap for its role as a news breaker in the historic agreement by Iran...
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The uneven convergence of digital freedom activism and popular protest

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Postill, J. forthcoming. The uneven convergence of digital freedom activism and popular protest: a global theory of the new protest movements. Submitted to the journal Convergence in September 2013, Special issue on “New Media, Global Activism and Politics” Vol. 20, no. 3 (August 2014).

 

The existing literature on the recent global wave of social protest ranges from theories that regard new media as ‘game-changers’, to those that stress the centrality of global communication networks or of online/offline articulations in the occupied squares, to those that seek explanations not in new media but in the protracted crisis of financial capitalism. This article proposes an alternative theory of the new protest movements centred on the growing convergence of the global movement for digital freedom with local forms of social unrest. Eschewing vague references to undifferentiated ‘digital natives’ or young indignants as the driving force behind the protests, the proposed theory highlights the importance of a global techno-libertarian vanguard led by three types of digital freedom specialist, namely hackers, lawyers and journalists. In some national contexts but not others, these politicised technology ‘nerds’ succeeded in joining forces with a heterogeneous front made up of both tech and non-tech specialists (artists, designers, social activists, intellectuals, teachers, students, etc.), blending their techno-libertarianism with popular demands for freedom and social justice. The proposed term for this novel formula is 3MP (3 techno-libertarian types + an activist miscellany + the general population). The empirical evidence for this theory is drawn from my anthropological research among Spain’s indignados as well as from the secondary comparative literature both from countries where the powerful 3MP convergence took place (e.g. Iceland, Tunisia, the US, Mexico) and from those where it failed to do so (e.g. the Netherlands).


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"Journalism is the act of informing the public and every one of us is under an obligation to do it" -- Yochai Benkler #FifthEstate

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The Art of Data Visualization

The Art of Data Visualization | Journalism in Transition | Scoop.it
A great short video from the Off Book series by PBS on the art of data visualization featuring in...

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Newsgames: Changing the Face of Investigative Journalism in Brazil

Newsgames: Changing the Face of Investigative Journalism in Brazil | Journalism in Transition | Scoop.it
Discover how newsgames is slowly making inroads in journalism and reader engagement in Brazil with interactive investigative journalism games.

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A Billionaire Backs Greenwald, But Journalism Hasn't Been Saved Just Yet - Wired

A Billionaire Backs Greenwald, But Journalism Hasn't Been Saved Just Yet - Wired | Journalism in Transition | Scoop.it
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It's been a great week for the online journalism business.
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Why Glenn Greenwald's new media venture is a big deal - Washington Post (blog)

Why Glenn Greenwald's new media venture is a big deal - Washington Post (blog) | Journalism in Transition | Scoop.it
Washington Post (blog) Why Glenn Greenwald's new media venture is a big deal Washington Post (blog) Glenn Greenwald, who has published many of the most important scoops from the Edward Snowden leaks, is leaving The Guardian and setting up a new...
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To Save Journalism, News Needs to Buy Into Data - Digiday

To Save Journalism, News Needs to Buy Into Data - Digiday | Journalism in Transition | Scoop.it
To Save Journalism, News Needs to Buy Into Data Digiday Smart news organizations will move from a “tracking” mentality that simply lists what audiences are doing to focus on what any such insight could mean for both journalism and the business of...
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Catch Amy Webb if you can, the technology consultant and author is charging forward with or without journalists

Catch Amy Webb if you can, the technology consultant and author is charging forward with or without journalists | Journalism in Transition | Scoop.it

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The Globe and Mail’s bonus plan could backfire | J-source.ca

The Globe and Mail’s bonus plan could backfire | J-source.ca | Journalism in Transition | Scoop.it
The Canadian Journalism Project / Observatoire du journalisme (Journalism upside down: @jayrosen_nyu: Globe and Mail ties bonuses for editors to digital metrics.
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Data Journalism - a modern day Bletchley Park? | Liz Hannaford

Data Journalism - a modern day Bletchley Park? | Liz Hannaford | Journalism in Transition | Scoop.it
The route into Data Journalism isn't an obvious one and it may not even have included a period spent studying on a UK journalism course. What can we do about that?
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Against 'Long-Form Journalism'

Against 'Long-Form Journalism' | Journalism in Transition | Scoop.it
When it comes to great magazine writing, what’s in a name?

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David Sallinen (WAN-IFRA)'s curator insight, December 16, 2013 11:24 AM

"The magazine industry is moving past LAZY dichotomies of print versus digital to a fusion of old values, ambitions, and techniques with new ways and means of reporting and storytelling"

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The Consequences of the Internet for Politics - Annual Review of Political Science, 15(1):35

The Consequences of the Internet for Politics - Annual Review of Political Science, 15(1):35 | Journalism in Transition | Scoop.it

Political scientists are only now beginning to come to terms with the importance of the Internet to politics. The most promising way to study the Internet is to look at the role that causal mechanisms such as the lowering of transaction costs, homophilous sorting, and preference falsification play in intermediating between specific aspects of the Internet and political outcomes. This will allow scholars to disentangle the relevant causal relationships and contribute to important present debates over whether the Internet exacerbates polarization in the United States, and whether social media helped pave the way toward the Arab Spring uprisings of 2011. Over time, ever fewer political scientists are likely to study the Internet as such, as it becomes more and more a part of everyday political life. However, integrating the Internet's effects with present debates over politics, and taking proper advantage of the extraordinary data that it can provide, requires good causal arguments and attention to their underlying mechanisms.


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New Media, New Civics? My Bellweather lecture at the Oxford ...

New Media, New Civics? My Bellweather lecture at the Oxford ... | Journalism in Transition | Scoop.it
The Oxford Internet Institue was kind enough to invite me to give the inaugural lecture in their Bellweather Series. The OII's director, Professor Helen Margetts, introduced the series explaining that she hoped talks would ...
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Interactive: Who’s who in the Rob Ford documents

Interactive: Who’s who in the Rob Ford documents | Journalism in Transition | Scoop.it
Confused by the tangled web of connections? So are we. We've put together an interactive to help wade through the court document morass.

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NIFTY - News Information Flow Tracking, Yay!

NIFTY - News Information Flow Tracking, Yay! | Journalism in Transition | Scoop.it
Real time, whole-web meme tracking and visualization. What's being said, by how many people, and how is it mutating? http://t.co/KZQKj5aYh7

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30 Best Tools for Data Visualization | Code Geekz

30 Best Tools for Data Visualization | Code Geekz | Journalism in Transition | Scoop.it
30 Best Tools for Data Visualization http://t.co/GjvyObLl8T via @CodeGeekz

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Announcing StoryMapJS developer release — a new tool for storytellers | Knight Lab | Northwestern University

Announcing StoryMapJS developer release — a new tool for storytellers | Knight Lab | Northwestern University | Journalism in Transition | Scoop.it
Northwestern University Knight Lab is a team of technologists and journalists working at advancing news media innovation through exploration and experimentation.

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Anytime there's discussion of a shield law to protect journalists, the ... - Nieman Journalism Lab at Harvard

Anytime there's discussion of a shield law to protect journalists, the ... - Nieman Journalism Lab at Harvard | Journalism in Transition | Scoop.it
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Anytime there's discussion of a shield law to protect journalists, the question immediately arises: Who counts as a journalist, anyway?
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Rieder: Can rich tech guys save journalism? - USA TODAY

Rieder: Can rich tech guys save journalism? - USA TODAY | Journalism in Transition | Scoop.it
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