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Lefigaro.fr lance son site pour les étudiants

Lefigaro.fr lance son site pour les étudiants | Journalism: the citizen side | Scoop.it
Le groupe Figaro lance sur son site internet LeFigaroEtudiant.fr. La plateforme est destinée aux étudiants afin de les accompagner dans leur vie universitaire vers celle professionnelle.
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Digital News Report: More Mobile, Video And Global Platforms

Digital News Report: More Mobile, Video And Global Platforms | Journalism: the citizen side | Scoop.it
This year’s Reuters Institute Digital News Report is based on research conducted in 12 countries, surveying over 23,000 people. Key findings include a sharp increase in the use of social media platforms to reach audiences, a surge in the use of mobile for news, a decline in desktop internet and significant growth in video news consumption online.

The entire report is available free to download, on the dedicated website www.digitalnewsreport.org
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Cinco medios que están experimentando con Instagram

Cinco medios que están experimentando con Instagram | Journalism: the citizen side | Scoop.it
Mientras crece la comunidad de usuarios de Instagram, con unas 55 millones de fotografías compartidas por día, muchos medios han comenzado a explorar el valor periodístico de la plataforma.
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Is comics journalism making a comeback?

Is comics journalism making a comeback? | Journalism: the citizen side | Scoop.it
New projects are integrating traditional art with digital innovation, and the medium's proponents believe it can tell stories in a way other media may not
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Jenna Weiss-Berman on BuzzFeed’s podcast strategy and moves into audio news

Jenna Weiss-Berman on BuzzFeed’s podcast strategy and moves into audio news | Journalism: the citizen side | Scoop.it
BuzzFeed has figured out how to make content go viral. Can it figure out how to build community and reach younger audiences with podcasting?
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La Société des journalistes professionnels des Etats-Unis a mis à jour son code d'éthique


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Le code d'éthique de la SPJ offre matière à réflexion

Simon Van Vliet's curator insight, August 27, 11:56 AM

« Les journalistes doivent assumer leurs responsabilités et expliquer leurs décisions au public. »

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Mobile Readers Abound; the Ads, Not So Much

Mobile Readers Abound; the Ads, Not So Much | Journalism: the citizen side | Scoop.it
Traditional and online publishers are struggling to cash in on their surging mobile traffic, raising questions about their future growth as consumers increasingly turn to smartphones and tablets for media.

News and information outlets ranging from the New York Times and The Wall Street Journal to Business Insider and About.com all can point to rapid growth in mobile usage. Time spent on publishers’ mobile offerings jumped 40% in the 12 months through July and now accounts for 55% of total time spent on their properties, up from 42% two years ago, according to estimates by measurement specialist comScore.

The problem is that for many publishers mobile revenue isn’t keeping pace—by a long shot—creating what industry executives are calling a “mobile gap.”
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How The Christian Science Monitor is helping readers bridge the gap between content & action

How The Christian Science Monitor is helping readers bridge the gap between content & action | Journalism: the citizen side | Scoop.it
Screengrab from The Christian Science Monitor’s “Take Action” website.     By Kara Newhouse Kara is an education reporter for Lancaster Newspapers, a creator of the Faces of Mental Health Recovery project, and a 2015 ivoh summit attendee. You can follow her on Twitter ... Read More
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LA Times' 'Independent' Education Project Bankrolled by Market-Driven School Backers

LA Times' 'Independent' Education Project Bankrolled by Market-Driven School Backers | Journalism: the citizen side | Scoop.it
The problem with the LA Times' Education Matters project is that, despite its promise to create “independent journalism,” several of the organizations funding it have a direct stake in a very speci...
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Tips for journalists fact-checking public figures

Tips for journalists fact-checking public figures | Journalism: the citizen side | Scoop.it
How do we know when a public figure is lying or distorting information for personal or political gain? How do we decide what to believe? Who to trust? When it comes to fact-checking public figures, where do we start?
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10 Libros de fotoperiodismo y fotografía - MiquelPellicer.com

10 Libros de fotoperiodismo y fotografía - MiquelPellicer.com | Journalism: the citizen side | Scoop.it
Recomendaciones de libros de fotoperiodismo y fotografía. De autores como Elisenda Pons, Gervasio Sánchez, Robert Capa, Jordi Ruiz Cirera, José Manuel Navía
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'We are all internet reporters now' – Q&A with Paul Smalera

'We are all internet reporters now' – Q&A with Paul Smalera | Journalism: the citizen side | Scoop.it

"Every week we ask a leading figure in digital news about their work, their career and what it takes to be a journalist in the 21st century.     

This week we hear from Paul Smalera, ideas editor at Quartz, about what his job means, what he's learned from being in the industry and the skills he thinks aspiring journalists should focus on."

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Cierre de agregadores como Google News han provocado ya daños

Cierre de agregadores como Google News han provocado ya daños | Journalism: the citizen side | Scoop.it

El “CanonAEDE" y el cierre de agregadores como Google News han provocado ya daños, y se prevé impacto económico millonario, daños y perdidas en el ecosistema de internet y de la información online.

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How to put the story first when teaching data journalism

How to put the story first when teaching data journalism | Journalism: the citizen side | Scoop.it
ICFJ Knight Fellow Ray Joseph lists three steps to reverse-engineer the typical data journalism training. 
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Un "journalisme de méthode" pour sauver le journalisme ?

Un "journalisme de méthode" pour sauver le journalisme ? | Journalism: the citizen side | Scoop.it
N'en déplaise à ses détracteurs, le journalisme est un métier qui s'apprend. A l'école très souvent (14 écoles de journalisme sont reconnues par la profession en France), sur le terrain également. ...
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The Atlantic is returning to blogging

The Atlantic is returning to blogging | Journalism: the citizen side | Scoop.it
"We missed the kind of writing it represents. We missed the kind of audience engagement it represents."
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« Flüchtlinge », « migranti »… Bataille de mots en Europe

« Flüchtlinge », « migranti »… Bataille de mots en Europe | Journalism: the citizen side | Scoop.it
Les débats sur l’afflux de migrants butent sur les mêmes problèmes de sémantique, un peu partout en Europe. Avec les mutations des phénomènes migratoires, les mots changent. En Allemagne, les deux expressions les plus utilisées sont « Flüchtlinge » – les réfugiés – et « Asylbewerber » – les demandeurs d’asile –, qui parlent de ces étrangers qui fuient un danger.
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Inside Invention, Trinity Mirror’s content studio

Inside Invention, Trinity Mirror’s content studio | Journalism: the citizen side | Scoop.it
To inform its creative approach, the publisher is seeking out a deeper understanding of its audience. Trinity Mirror recently conducted a major research project, dubbed Modal Britain, which identified three characteristics that set its readership apart, the “three Bs”: their beliefs (a premium on social justice), betterment (their own personal achievable goals) and belonging (their sense of family and community).

“By looking at the three Bs, we can really see which of these areas most fits the brief and we can amplify an idea to fit one or more of the three. This insight then informs our creative editorial directors as to a direction for ideas. If we understand what motivates the audience, then this sparks our approach to content,” he said.
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How do we improve online news design to help readers better understand stories? | RJI

How do we improve online news design to help readers better understand stories? | RJI | Journalism: the citizen side | Scoop.it

"First, digital design is not as evolved as print design. The print newspaper offers the ability to communicate hierarchies of salience and context, all of which the standard Web article template lacks.

Second, for many of them, Web analytics do not play a major role in their day-to-day decision-making. Page views and other metrics are tracked, but beyond limited A/B testing — picking winners based on traffic — analytics do not guide major editorial decisions.

Third, while they seek to make stories and infographics as understandable as possible, memorability is not a major focus. It cannot be measured, and so it generally is not considered."

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Beyond the Numbers: Media Diversity and Local News — The Local News Lab

Beyond the Numbers: Media Diversity and Local News - The Local News Lab - Medium
We cannot just invest in creating more digital newsrooms, we have to embrace and celebrate the work of creating more div…
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The Value of Slow Journalism in the Age of Instant Information

The Value of Slow Journalism in the Age of Instant Information | Journalism: the citizen side | Scoop.it
“I sat at my desk fantasizing about how to escape, and thinking what would be the most amazing narrative I could pursue,” he recalls. “What is the ultimate quest?” For Salopek, the answer was “the spread of homo sapiens out of Africa.” So he conceived a project tracing that migration, from Ethiopia, across the Middle East and Asia, and down through the Americas to the tip of Argentina.

To follow that path, he would use the same means our long-ago ancestors did: his feet.

Thus was born the Out of Eden Walk, a seven-year quest to walk across the world and report every step of the way. Now two years into the project, Salopek has gotten as far as Tbilisi, Georgia, writing long stories for National Geographic and shorter pieces for an ongoing blog.
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How to put the story first when teaching data journalism

How to put the story first when teaching data journalism | Journalism: the citizen side | Scoop.it
Data journalism is currently a hot buzzword among journalists in South Africa. But in reality it’s a case of lots of talking and not much action, with few journalists and newsrooms doing much real data-driven storytelling.

Too often it’s because old school editors working with very tight resources and dwindling staff numbers don’t understand the value and depth that good data-driven stories could add to their reportage. They are reluctant to allow time for reporters to learn these new skills, or to give those who have them the space to work on data-driven stories or longer term investigative projects.
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Coletivos de comunicação estão mudando a forma de produzir conteúdo

Coletivos de comunicação estão mudando a forma de produzir conteúdo | Journalism: the citizen side | Scoop.it
“se as redações quiserem ajudar a frear a disseminação de desinformação online e ter acesso a melhores testemunhas oculares da mídia, deveriam assumir o engajamento com as comunidades. Trazer as comunidades para dentro do processo da informação é uma ferramenta poderosa para disseminar valores jornalísticos, treinar moradores nos processos da reportagem e fomentar o conteúdo produzido pelos usuários, que é mais útil para as redações. As redações estão bem situadas para se tornarem laboratórios de jornalismo participativo, ajudando mais pessoas a navegar, verificando e criando matérias fortes via internet e redes sociais”.
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Formas duradouras e formas emergentes de trabalho precário entre os jornalistas brasileiros

Este artigo busca dimensionar o conceito de trabalho precário entre os jornalistas brasileiros. O texto indica que a categoria sempre esteve exposta a formas precárias de trabalho, mas que o problema se agravou nos últimos 10 anos, com as tecnologias digitais: elas redefiniram o perfil do profissional e reordenaram o modelo de negócio das empresas do setor. O manuscrito, baseado em levantamento bibliográfico e experiência de campo, lista oito formas duradouras e oito formas emergentes de trabalho precário no jornalismo. 
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Where Clicks Reign, Audience Is King

Where Clicks Reign, Audience Is King | Journalism: the citizen side | Scoop.it
Since the days when most major cities supported multiple newspapers, the news media has long been subject to groupthink, and prone to search for sensation. But as more readers move toward online social networks, and as publishers desperately seek scale to bring in revenue, many have deplored a race toward repetitive, trivial journalism, so noisy that it drowns out more considered work.
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Research: Why Are Some Digital News Organisations More Successful Than Others? - European Journalism Observatory - EJO

Research: Why Are Some Digital News Organisations More Successful Than Others? - European Journalism Observatory - EJO | Journalism: the citizen side | Scoop.it
The most successful digital news organisations share seven key elements, new research reveals. Clear vision; clear organisational strategy; a coherent business model; strong leadership; digital talent; a pro-digital culture and an ability to adapt and innovate.
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