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After Leveson: end journalism's amateur romance and get ...

After Leveson: end journalism's amateur romance and get ... | Journalism, Media, Broadcasting | Scoop.it

Roy Greenslade presents a further extract from After Leveson. It is the first part of a chapter written by Richard Sambrook.


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Can only agree with Richard's  piece. Have said many times seems really curious to me that there is no CPD for journos...

 

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Andy Bull's curator insight, March 5, 2013 4:38 PM
Key question - are current journalism qualifications sufficiently relevant to what journalists have to do?
Jacquie Hughes's comment, March 6, 2013 3:43 AM
Well that depends a on what anywhere you study. Richard sambrook's chapter relevant here. Always struck me as strange that there was no CPD for journos...have said as much openly over the years
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Today's ruling against net neutrality: victory for telecoms, blow for rest of us

Today's ruling against net neutrality: victory for telecoms, blow for rest of us | Journalism, Media, Broadcasting | Scoop.it

Dan Gillmor: The US appeals court ruling will make it more difficult for normal people and start ups to get the internet access they want


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Content Writing Best Practices | Social Media Today

Content Writing Best Practices | Social Media Today | Journalism, Media, Broadcasting | Scoop.it
I’ve been asked to give a brief lesson on how to write content for the web. While it’s writing we’re going to cover, to apply the lesson I want you to think of yourself as an artist. You’re going to paint a picture—illustrate a point (or several).

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Higher education needs brand journalism & j-schools can help

Digital and social media bring with them a new marketing opportunity that has not been fully explored by colleges and universities - brand journalism.

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So true...

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Making the case for universities using brand journalism to serve the information needs of their communities

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Making the case for universities using brand journalism to serve the information needs of their communities

Risto Degerman's curator insight, May 13, 2013 12:55 PM

Brändää siellä, brändää täällä, brändää joka paikassa -edes sivistys ei ole brändääjälle pyhää ; )

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After Leveson: end journalism's amateur romance and get ...

After Leveson: end journalism's amateur romance and get ... | Journalism, Media, Broadcasting | Scoop.it

Roy Greenslade presents a further extract from After Leveson. It is the first part of a chapter written by Richard Sambrook.


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Jacquie Hughes's insight:

Can only agree with Richard's  piece. Have said many times seems really curious to me that there is no CPD for journos...

 

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Andy Bull's curator insight, March 5, 2013 4:38 PM
Key question - are current journalism qualifications sufficiently relevant to what journalists have to do?
Jacquie Hughes's comment, March 6, 2013 3:43 AM
Well that depends a on what anywhere you study. Richard sambrook's chapter relevant here. Always struck me as strange that there was no CPD for journos...have said as much openly over the years
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The *PSST INNOVATION 2.0 * Daily

The *PSST INNOVATION 2.0 * Daily | Journalism, Media, Broadcasting | Scoop.it
A newspaper by PSST INNOVATION 2.0 - updated daily with a curated selection of articles, blog posts, videos and photos. (The PSST INNOVATION 2.0 Daily is out!
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Survey: Public prefers news from professional journalists | Poynter.

Survey: Public prefers news from professional journalists | Poynter. | Journalism, Media, Broadcasting | Scoop.it
Standing for journalism, strengthening democracy | Journalism training, media news & how to's...

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Your Guide to Creating Compelling Newsgames

Your Guide to Creating Compelling Newsgames | Journalism, Media, Broadcasting | Scoop.it

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roberto gilli's curator insight, September 27, 2013 5:07 AM

Real Newsgames are rare. This is a good introduction on the topic. IMHO newsgames has to mix with mobile nd social to be really attractive.

Normand Miron's curator insight, September 27, 2013 11:42 AM

When journalism meets dataviz and gaming.  One day instead of reading it, we'll play our NY TImes Saturday Edition ;)

Helena Pontes's curator insight, October 3, 2013 6:27 AM

This is an interesting side of advergames that we have not discussed in class in the past two weeks! 

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Anti-social media app helps you avoid Foursquare friends - NBCNews.com (blog)

Anti-social media app helps you avoid Foursquare friends - NBCNews.com (blog) | Journalism, Media, Broadcasting | Scoop.it

Tech2 Anti-social media app helps you avoid Foursquare friends NBCNews.com (blog) While Hell Is Other People is described as "partially a satire" by its creator, the Web app might be a blessing to those who just want to feel alone in a crowd.


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Or even more simply,don't use Foursquare,turn off the geo functions on your phone and Facebook!

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MCLibrarianRMIT's curator insight, June 17, 2013 9:38 PM

For those lunch breaks when you really need to run some errands!

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Top Ten Tools for Data Journalism ← #Interhacktives

Top Ten Tools for Data Journalism ← #Interhacktives | Journalism, Media, Broadcasting | Scoop.it
Data journalism is ever-evolving and so are the tools of the trade. Aside from Microsoft Excel (which I've blogged about here and here), these are the tools which are, in my opinion, the most useful for data journalism at the ...

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Dear Funders… | The Democratic Society

Dear Funders… | The Democratic Society | Journalism, Media, Broadcasting | Scoop.it
Open letter from #Edgeryders to #Funders: resource innovation differently, look for ideas with community support http://t.co/729oXbRk #lote...
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‘Text is a UI’: How Journalists Can Work Usability into Online Words

‘Text is a UI’: How Journalists Can Work Usability into Online Words | Journalism, Media, Broadcasting | Scoop.it

Text style and placement took center stage a few weeks back while dissecting how news orgs tweet breaking news. Where should you put “Breaking”? Should it be “BREAKING”? Do you even need it at all?


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An insider's guide to: getting a job in digital journalism

An insider's guide to: getting a job in digital journalism | Journalism, Media, Broadcasting | Scoop.it
Journalist and lecturer Jamie Elliott outlines the basic skills you need and steps you should take to get ahead in the ever-growing realm of online journalism...

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