Es un Manual extenso, detallado, casuístico, meditado y fruto de la experiencia y de un trabajo continuado y riguroso. No es un Manual para despacharlo en un rato, ni para una lectura apresurada o selectiva. Es un Manual de referencia, de consulta y reflexión. Eso nos animó a traducirlo al español para repartirlo a todos los colegas, impreso y en su exacto contenido. Pedimos autorización a la BBC que nos la dio inmediatamente con la única exigencia de que una vez traducido les enviáramos una copia. Aunque el Manual puede parecer largo, detallista, muy minucioso, su interés es evidente y por eso lo reproducimos íntegro sin selección de textos, ni resta, adición o adaptación al caso español.
BBC needed help showing audiences it is distinctive and modern, as well as a way to help audiences truly understand the news. From covering the landing of a robot on a comet to local hospital performance, the media company’s visual journalism team is leading its effort to connect with audiences in a multi-media market.
Udo Ulfkotte, un ancien rédacteur en chef du Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung (qui est l’un des plus grands journaux Allemand), a décidé de rendre publique sa participation dans la corruption des «nouvelles» des médias occidentaux, estimant que celles-ci entraînent l’Europe vers une guerre nucléaire contre la Russie, provoquée par l’aristocratie américaine via la CIA.
"Vine is a video sharing app that allows a user to film and edit six-second clips, which loop continuously, and post them online. It was founded in June 2012 and was bought by Twitter in October the same year. It now claims 100 million people are watching Vines each month.
Although it is still mainly used for visual gags and comedy – France’s Jerome Jarre, for example, has more than 7 million followers and has turned comedy “Vining” into a career – Vine is becoming an increasingly popular journalistic reporting tool."
The theory and practice of Constructive Journalism has been coined a ‘mega trend’ by Director of News at Danish Broadcasting Ulrik Haagerup in his newly published book Constructive News. But prominent South African journalism academic and commentator Anton Harber argues that news is "only constructive if you want a sleepy, complacent society, not if you want active, engaged citizens." Ashleigh Tullis extends the debate.
Tous les deux à cinq ans, une grande innovation secoue le petit monde de l’informatique : Le groupware (92), le datamining (95), le CRM (97 à 2000), le passage à l’an 2000 et l’Euro (99), le Web 2.0 O’Reilly (2000), le Web 2.0 (2004-2007) vite renommé “médias sociaux” (2008), le cloud computing (2010)… Et j’en oublie sans doute. Aujourd’hui, et depuis 2012 environ, c’est au tour des Big Data. Pourtant ces Big Data, malgré ce que l’on peut entendre trop souvent ici et là, ne sont pas une mode comme les autres.
A few weeks ago I read an interesting article by Barry Feldman about whether content curation is news or noise. He made some good points. As he notes, “In the end, the acid test is to ascertain whether or not people like what you’re doing.”
(...) o objectivo desta discussão pública passa por procurar “pistas que possam contribuir para dar as respostas regulatórias e legislativas mais adequadas à salvaguarda nos novos media dos princípios da livre difusão de informação e da protecção dos cidadãos, enquanto consumidores e como potenciais autores/produtores de conteúdos, conscientes ou involuntários, no novo espaço público mediático”.
TIME launched its digital archive, "The Vault," on Wednesday, but it's not the only magazine to look to its past for new content, more inventory and increased value for subscribers.
Through bundles, tiered subscription models or one-off purchases, titles are able to generate revenue by repackaging their pasts. Here's how five of the oldest magazines in the U.S. handle content that reaches back to the 1800s.
I numeri dicono che Instagram è uno dei maggiori tassi di crescita, anche in Italia dove da gennaio a luglio di quest’anno ha visto aumentare gli utenti attivi di un milione di unità (secondo i dati Audiweb). In particolare uno degli elementi che colpisce di più guardando i dati relativi a questa piattaforma è che l’87 % degli utenti attivi sia compreso nella fascia di età dai 17 ai 34 anni: ovvero proprio la fascia di età con la quale le testate giornalistiche tradizionali hanno maggiore difficoltà a catturare l’attenzione.
News, Media & Information Literacy Below, you will find lesson plans for news, media and information literacy, including lesson plans from the Robert R. McCormick Foundation Why News Matters initiative, the Journalism Education Association, The News Literacy Project, The Center for News Literacy at Stonybrook University, and Columbia Links.
The story of the last 20 years has been the story of the collision of journalism and tech. I've been working on this for my entire 40-plus year career as a software developer and writer -- what happens to story-telling when the tools of publishing are available to everyone. #
Journalism stood by while blogging took root. They covered it, but largely dismissed it. They ignored RSS. They ignored everything, including the threat to their art. I warned them many times, here on scripting.com, that they would regret letting the tech industry own their distribution system. But that's what happened. Without any resistance whatsoever. Journalism let tech move in and take over. #
Yet tech has been a lot more generous than I thought they (we) would be. Perhaps because they understand as little about journalism as journalism understands about tech. Or perhaps because they want journalism to be independent of tech. Hard to know.#
Last week a Silicon Valley billionaire asked me a question. Not, unfortunately, “what are your bank details?”, but something rather more testing: “Name one way in which journalism companies are not the same as software companies.”
I could have launched into a long list starting with “at journalism companies, generally the people who write the code are not in charge, which explains a lot”, running through “there are more opinionated women in news companies – or actually more women, or some women”, and ending with “at journalism companies no one can afford a Tesla, or, indeed, to take an Uber”.
What I actually said was “at news organisations the central organising principle is usually to produce something with social impact first ahead of utility or profit”.
To what extent can former government mouthpieces be transformed into independent media organizations? Jan Lublinski, co-author of a new publication, discusses successes, challenges and the role of media development.
"Amid the rise of computational and data-driven forms of journalism, it is important to consider the institutions, interactions, and processes that aim to help the social worlds of journalism and technology come together and collaborate around a common cause of news innovation. This paper examines one of the most prominent such efforts: the transnational grassroots organization called Hacks/Hackers. Through a two-year qualitative case study, we sought to understand just how journalists and technologists would engage through this organization."
En entrevista concedida a Hernán Restrepo, gestor de contenidos de la Red Ética Segura, el profesor García-Avilés explica más en detalle los métodos empleados para llegar a tales conclusiones y habla también sobre los beneficios que la convergencia le ha traído al mundo del periodismo online.
“Aunque algunos periodistas sostienen que las presiones que genera la convergencia de redacciones pueden repercutir negativamente en la calidad de las informaciones, no se detectó una opinión generalizada a este respecto. En las redacciones que implantaron la integración hace ya varios años, esta polémica parece superada y el debate se centra ahora en cómo los periodistas pueden elaborar mejor la información encualquier plataforma”, afirma García-Avilés en la entrevista que puede leer a continuación.
La question pourrait paraître évidente, et pourtant jamais la frontière entre ces deux terminologies n'a été aussi mince. La défiance que rencontrent actuellement les journalistes ne doit pas y être pour rien. Dans le même temps, il y aurait aux États-Unis quatre fois de plus de communicants que de journalistes. Un combat perdu d'avance? Pas si on considère que chacun remplit une fonction au sein de notre société.
"We are not here to promote any particular agenda or ideology. But we have a sense of mission. We want to move the discussion of our institutions of justice — law enforcement, courts, prisons, probation — to a more central place in our national dialogue. We believe, as the great jurist Thurgood Marshall did, that protection under the law is the most fundamental civil right in a free society. Yet, by the numbers, the United States is a global outlier, with a prison population matched by no nation except, possibly, North Korea, with a justice system that disproportionately afflicts communities of need and of color, with a corrections regime that rarely corrects.
We aim to accomplish our mission through probing, fair-minded journalism, combining investigative rigor, careful analysis, and lively storytelling. We will examine the failings of our criminal justice system — but also test promising reforms. "
"Joel Simon, the executive director of C.P.J, has just published a book called “The New Censorship: Inside the Global Battle for Media Freedom.” It seems strange to speak of growing censorship in an era when elections are common around the world, private freedoms have expanded even in repressive countries like China, the Internet and social media swamp our brains with indiscriminate information every nanosecond, and anyone with a Twitter account or a Facebook page can be a journalist. But Simon makes a persuasive case that the global trend is toward less, not greater, freedom of the press. “Deluged with data, we are blind to the larger reality,” he writes. “Around the world new systems of control are taking hold. They are stifling the global conversation and impeding the development of policies and solutions based on an informed understanding of the local realities. Repression and violence against journalists is at record levels, and press freedom is in decline.” “The New Censorship” outlines four main reasons why this is so."