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El reto de la competencia mediática de la ciudadanía

El reto de la competencia mediática de la ciudadanía | Journalism: the citizen side | Scoop.it

Numero temático de la revista Icono:

"El consumo de medios de comunicación en la sociedad actual es un hecho innegable. Las horas frente a las pantallas de todos los sectores sociales copan gran parte del tiempo de ocio de los ciudadanos de cualquier rincón del mundo. La comunicación audiovisual adquiere una especial trascendencia en el contexto de sociedad digital (sociedad-Red) en la que nos movemos, donde las tecnologías de la información y la comunicación impregnan todos los ámbitos de la esfera cotidiana. Sin embargo, ante esta presencia masiva de los medios, los ciudadanos desconocen sus lenguajes y códigos y además han contado con pocas experiencias formativas de desarrollo de sus competencias mediáticas audiovisuales, como eje para el fomento de una ciudadanía crítica y «competente» audiovisualmente. Este monográfico pretende, reflexionar sobre la importancia de la competencia audiovisual en la sociedad actual para la formación de una nueva ciudadanía".

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Above & Beyond - Looking at the Future of Journalism Education by Dianne Lynch

Above & Beyond - Looking at the Future of Journalism Education by Dianne Lynch | Journalism: the citizen side | Scoop.it
Above & Beyond - Looking at the Future of Journalism Education by Dianne Lynch
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Las funciones inalterables del periodista ante los perfiles multimedia emergentes

Esta investigación aborda el estudio de las funciones y de los perfiles del periodista en el nuevo entorno multimedia.

Metodología: Se recurre a una metodología cualitativa de revisión documental, que contribuye a una actualización del campo de conocimiento, junto a una entrevista con cuestionario a colectivos de periodistas españoles sobre el objeto de estudio.
Resultados: Refleja las coincidencias entre el ámbito académico y profesional en torno a las funciones inalterables del periodista frente a los nuevos perfiles multimedia emergentes y desarrolla el modelo de los perfiles formativos que establece la Aneca. Discusión. El nuevo entorno mediático evidencia la necesidad de revisión de conceptos desfasados y mantiene abierto el debate científico acerca de las tareas que se potencian en la labor periodística, así como la redefinición de perfiles profesionales y formativos que aún están en proceso de configuración en un panorama mediático en transición.

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Les jeunes et la diffusion d'articles contenant de la désinformation sur Facebook

Les jeunes et la diffusion d'articles contenant de la désinformation sur Facebook | Journalism: the citizen side | Scoop.it
Le public La démarche d’éducation aux médias va pouvoir s’appliquer à un public de jeunes adolescents âgés de 12 à 18 ans (et même plus jeunes), placés par le juge en centre d’hébergement. Il s’agi...
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How Millennials Get News

How Millennials Get News | Journalism: the citizen side | Scoop.it
Millennials consume news and information in strikingly different ways than previous generations, according to a new study.
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A Blueprint for How to Make J-School Matter (Again)

A Blueprint for How to Make J-School Matter (Again) | Journalism: the citizen side | Scoop.it
In the fall of 2000, I sat in the large seminar room at the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism listening to a lecture …
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Building Digital Safety for Journalism: UNESCO launches a new publication

Building Digital Safety for Journalism: UNESCO launches a new publication | Journalism: the citizen side | Scoop.it
“Building digital safety for journalism: a survey of selected issues” is the new title of the fourth edition in the UNESCO Internet freedom series. In order to improve global understanding of emerging safety threats linked to digital developments, UNESCO commissioned this research within the Organization’s on-going efforts to promote freedom of expression online and offline and implement the UN Inter-Agency Plan on the Safety of Journalists and the Issue of Impunity.
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'Context is God': Why the media needs a change in focus

'Context is God': Why the media needs a change in focus | Journalism: the citizen side | Scoop.it
In a keynote speech at the Guardian's Changing Media Summit, entrepreneur Gary Vaynerchuk stressed the need for media companies to experiment with new platforms and treat each differently
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UK elections and media reform

"The Media Reform Coalition, together with the Campaign for Press and Broadcasting  Freedom, have just published their ‘Manifesto for Media Reform’ ahead of May’s General Election. Launched at a meeting in Parliament on 18 March with MPs, trade unionists and campaigners, the manifesto aims to put a range of issues – from media ownership to public service broadcasting and from communication rights to rules on transparency – onto the election agenda."

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What Could Facebook Do for News?

What Could Facebook Do for News? - Whither news? - Medium

"In two recent posts, I asked what Google could do for news — and vice versa. Now I’ll pose the question about Facebook.

The core of the problem and the opportunity is similar for both: Google and Facebook know more about publishers’ readers than they do. Both services also know more about publishers’ content than they do. So now I’ll ask: Is there a way to share some of that information — or to use the scare word,data — to the benefit of all three parties involved: first the user, then the services and the news organizations?"

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Week 9: Critical Media Literacy, Breaking News, and Images

Week 9: Critical Media Literacy, Breaking News, and Images | Journalism: the citizen side | Scoop.it
In considering all the various news outlets and sources available to us every minute of every day, it is hard to ignore the different interpretations, perspectives, and points of view we are exposed to on a regular basis.  Media impacts what we think and how we feel.  It often plays on our sympathies as well as our emotions.  We are sent information regarding sensationalized news topics constantly throughout our day.  There are various outlets from which we receive constant updates and notifications through Internet, TV, and Radio, to name a few.  Many hours are spent daily staying connected to stories we hear, waiting for updates and further information. These notifications and updates spread through social networking offering a new way to communicate, share, and comment on news events using technology. What story does it tell? What message is bring conveyed?  Is the news source trying to sway your opinion by how they are delivering the story and the images they share?
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Young People Don't Really Care About the News

Young People Don't Really Care About the News | Journalism: the citizen side | Scoop.it
Young Americans care about the news, honestly they do, but their discovery path typically winds through social media feeds, not through newspapers, news sites, or televised news coverage. That is one of the major conclusions of a new report on Millennial media habits, which finds that 80 percent of young people get their news from online sources, and social networks are replacing network news as the daily touchstone for current affairs.
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Fluent in Journalese

Fluent in Journalese | Journalism: the citizen side | Scoop.it
Welcome to a parallel universe. It is a world of tired news language where the verb “stir” is bound to be followed by “debate,” where those debates are always “heated” or “bitter.” In this world, anything newsworthy is automatically “controversial,” and a “hike” involves taxes, not a trail up a mountain. It is often a “hardscrabble” place, sometimes “densely wooded,” sometimes graced with “manicured” lawns and “leafy” streets. “Landmark” agreements are “hammered out” there, while adversaries are “lambasted” and “assailed.”
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Who needs edittors? — BuzzMachine

Who needs edittors? — BuzzMachine | Journalism: the citizen side | Scoop.it

I am editorially feral.
I got email yesterday from an editor at The Washington Post asking whether I wanted to write an opinion piece picking and debunking five myths about Google. Well, I love The Post, so sure. I was honored. I sent them five myths and left work to start work on it. Then the editor responded wanting to change my myths before I’d written anything. Change my opinion? No thanks. I said that I no longer live in the civilization of editors. I’m a blogger. I can write my opinion anywhere: here, on Medium, on Huffington Post, on LinkedIn, on Facebook, on Tumblr. The editor said: “We are the Washington Post, we believe in strong editing.” This was not going to work.

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Umberto Eco: 'No estoy seguro de que internet haya mejorado el periodismo'

Umberto Eco: 'No estoy seguro de que internet haya mejorado el periodismo' | Journalism: the citizen side | Scoop.it
Umberto Eco (Alessandria, 1932) ha escrito mucho y muy atinado sobre cuestiones como la representación, el símbolo y la cultura. Quizá por tirar tan alto, ahora ha decidido 'rebajarse' a hablar... del periodismo. 'Número cero' (Penguin Random House) es una novela sobre 'Domani', un periódico ficticio y fallido montado por un ricachón para poner en aprietos a Dios sabe quién. Una redacción compuesta de perdedores se dedica a hacer números cero del invento, lo cual sirve al autor de 'El nombre de la rosa' para soltar ideas como las que siguen, mientras mastica un purito en su casa con vistas al Castello Sforzesco de Milán.
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The future of journalism, in 3 sentences

The future of journalism, in 3 sentences | Journalism: the citizen side | Scoop.it
Broadcasting can create awareness. But connecting people can create engagement and change.
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Candle Camera | Malayalam short film on 48 hours in the life of a citizen journalist

A Malayalam short film from Aspire Entertainments starring Sunny Wayne. Direction - Appu N Bhattathiri. Writer - S Sanjeev. Director of Photography - Deepak ...
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The Fact Check Database: Reliable research, data and insights

The Fact Check Database: Reliable research, data and insights | Journalism: the citizen side | Scoop.it
A growing number of skilled journalists across the U.S. are investigating and assessing claims made by politicians, government officials and special interest groups. Fact-checking as a journalistic endeavor is expanding significantly, and so is the number of such stories as the 2016 elections approach. But accessing this resource in the typical ways — Google search or site search boxes — is problematic. Search engines offer results from biased sources, outdated material and unvetted content in a confusing jumble that can dangerously misinform voters and reporters — or cause them to give up in frustration. Our searchable database of political fact-checks will offer fast, accurate information, unpolluted by unrelated, unverified content.
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Mexique : les Anonymous à la rescousse d'une journaliste licenciée

Mexique : les Anonymous à la rescousse d'une journaliste licenciée | Journalism: the citizen side | Scoop.it
La radio nationale mexicaine privée d'une voix critique. La journaliste mexicaine Carmen Aristegui a été licenciée le 15 mars, à l'issue d'un bras de fer avec sa direction portant sur sa participation au lancement d'une déclinaison mexicaine du projet WikiLeaks. Pour venger l'animatrice –dont l'émission est connue pour avoir révélé des malversations financières impliquant des membres du gouvernement– des hackers se réclamant du collectif Anonymous ont piraté le site de la radio.
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Guardian appoints Katharine Viner as editor-in-chief

Guardian appoints Katharine Viner as editor-in-chief | Journalism: the citizen side | Scoop.it
Viner becomes the only woman at the top of a daily quality title in the UK. She joins a small group of women editing leading British newspapers: Lisa Markwell, editor of the Independent on Sunday, Victoria Newton, the editor of the Sun on Sunday, Sarah Sands at the Evening Standard, and Dawn Neesom at the Star.

In total, 26 people applied for the job in a process conducted by the Scott Trust in conjunction with an executive search firm.
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Can journalists afford to ignore religion? Depends what you believe

Can journalists afford to ignore religion? Depends what you believe | Journalism: the citizen side | Scoop.it
Increased religious ‘literacy’ among predominantly liberal, secular media types would be a good thing. Agreed?
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Trust may be important, but is it enough to rescue journalism from the Internet?

Trust may be important, but is it enough to rescue journalism from the Internet? | Journalism: the citizen side | Scoop.it
Last week, prominent tech site Gigaom ceased operations with the terse note “Gigaom recently became unable to pay its creditors in full at this time”. Started in 2006 by Om Malik, the site had raised about…
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“Nobody Tells the Whole Truth,” Especially in Documentary Film

“Nobody Tells the Whole Truth,” Especially in Documentary Film | Journalism: the citizen side | Scoop.it
How Andrew Jarecki’s ‘The Jinx’ is opening up the conversation on documentary ethics and truth

 

“I never intentionally, purposefully lied. I made mistakes. I did not tell the whole truth. Nobody tells the whole truth.”

With one simple statement, Durst effectively takes everyone down with him, turning the seemingly innocent — both the audience and filmmakers Andrew Jarecki and Marc Smerling — into the culpable. In the hours since The Jinx’s finale aired, the former has taken to accusing the latter of manipulation and untruthfulness, while relocating the conversation around Durst into the background. Once the shock and awe of Durst’s apparent bathroom “confession” began to wear off, casual viewers and professional critics alike undertook their own investigation — and this time, Jarecki was on trial."

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The Guardian, CNN, Reuters, and more enter into a global ad alliance

The Guardian, CNN, Reuters, and more enter into a global ad alliance | Journalism: the citizen side | Scoop.it
Five of the biggest online news publishers in the world are joining up to form a supercontinent. For advertising.

With The Pangaea Alliance, The Guardian, CNN International, Reuters, The Financial Times, and The Economist are creating an advertising network they hope can capture premium rates f…

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How Virtual Reality Could Revolutionize Journalism

How Virtual Reality Could Revolutionize Journalism | Journalism: the citizen side | Scoop.it
Don't tell a story—put the audience IN the story.
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James Austin's curator insight, March 24, 10:04 PM

If this can be a fully working functionality of VR headsets the way we receive information from news articles will change forever as we will get the full picture of every article. People who are interested in a topic can go into the article and experience the article and the event for themselves.

 

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The labor beat is dead; long live the labor beat

The labor beat is dead; long live the labor beat | Journalism: the citizen side | Scoop.it
WHEN LONGTIME LABOR REPORTER Steven Greenhouse took a buyout from The New York Times in December, the funeral dirges began. The labor beat has “waned with the power of organized labor itself,” The Washington Post conceded, while a Huffington Post headline proclaimed that it “keeps shrinking.” Daily Kos described the move as “really sad news,” and Salon lamented the “end of an era.” A Politico Magazine headline summed up much of the collective consternation: “Does the media care about labor anymore?”
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