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YouTube & News | Project for Excellence in Journalism (PEJ)

YouTube & News | Project for Excellence in Journalism (PEJ) | (J)ournalistic(R)evolution | Scoop.it

The Lead Teaser: News is becoming a major part of what Americans watch on YouTube. In the last 15 months, a third of the most searched terms on the video sharing site were news related.


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Internet Gains,Cable TV Still Leads

Internet Gains,Cable TV Still Leads | (J)ournalistic(R)evolution | Scoop.it
Teaser: As the presidential election enters the last lap, where are people going to learn about the campaign and the candidates?
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Social Media Discourse

Social Media Discourse | (J)ournalistic(R)evolution | Scoop.it

Even though the negative conversation on social media seemed to get a lot of attention, we still are failing to see the obvious. People on social media tend to reproduce hate discourses, prejudices and sexism that still exist in our society.

It’s no secret that people are becoming more aggressive on social media. While perhaps we had a more visible glimpse of this aggressiveness during the Olympics, words such as cyber-bullying and trolling are not new to social media users.


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38 Digital Media Resources You May Have Missed

38 Digital Media Resources You May Have Missed | (J)ournalistic(R)evolution | Scoop.it
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Check it out before you might be out-of-date in Technology trends!

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Anatomy of a New Journalist

Anatomy of a New Journalist | (J)ournalistic(R)evolution | Scoop.it
An interactive image by Hilary Fung.
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Well, just try to be fun with Journalist anatomy!

 

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Op-Ed: Trends in journalism to look for in 2013

Op-Ed: Trends in journalism to look for in 2013 | (J)ournalistic(R)evolution | Scoop.it
Thanks to the Internet just about anybody can be a journalist, photographer and publisher. This is one of the most obvious factors at play in the changing world of journalism.

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The Future of Print | The Majalla Magazine

The Future of Print | The Majalla Magazine | (J)ournalistic(R)evolution | Scoop.it
As the digital revolution gathers momentum in the Arab World, will the print media rise to the challenge? ... Sbeih added, “[I'm] working very hard to develop my online skills and . ...
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อีกก้าวหนึ่งของเนชั่น...Social TV

อีกก้าวหนึ่งของเนชั่น...Social TV | (J)ournalistic(R)evolution | Scoop.it
เครือเนชั่นเปิดกลยุทธใหม่ Social TV ผนึกพลังเครือข่ายสังคม  social media ให้ "ดูไปทวีตไปขึ้นเฟสบุ๊กไป" จุดกระแสเพิ่มยอดคนดูทีวีในเครืออย่างคึกคักทุกสื่อทุกเวลาทุกสถานที่ทีมบริหารของเครือยังก้าวหน้าต่อไปในการสร้างกลยุทธทางเนื้อหาและการตลาดยุคดิจิตัลอย่างไม่หยุดยั้ง...

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Curation - Robin Good Interviews Futurist Ross Dawson

Curation - Robin Good Interviews Futurist Ross Dawson | (J)ournalistic(R)evolution | Scoop.it

Master Curator Robin Good interviews Futurist Ross Dawson. Here is an excerpt from article:

"Robin asked him: 

a) what he suggests to people who want to "make sense of the world", when bombarded by such large amounts of information. How do you make sense of how things are?

b) What is "curation"?

c) Is there any difference between personal, serendipitous social sharing and content curation?

d) What is the key discriminator between the two?

 

Ross Dawson answers: 

a) One of the best ways to make sense of the world is scenario planning or scenarios, where you build a number of worlds for what might happen and that's relevant to you and to use these as filters...

As you look at that and see new things, that's an enormously valuable filter around what is interesting, what is useful, what I need to pay attention to, and what I don't...

 

b) Curation is selecting what is relevant, selecting what is interesting... ...and this is now becoming almost overwhelming in terms of how many people are doing that.

 

Ultimately, [the goal is to reach a point] where I can wake up in the morning and I can say I know I have seen the most interesting and relevant things for me.

We're a long way away from that.

 

c) Sometimes, they can overlap, but [a curator] is usually [someone] saying, "I'm in a particular area. I am the expert. I know what there is. I'm doing that for people who are interested that topic, people I want to demonstrate my expertise too."

 

d) There's three, perhaps, [types of] intent.

1) One is to contribute to others, to give.

2) Another is to develop your own expertise. I think that's one of the ways to be able to search for and share things actually does make you know more, and I think that's very valid.

3) [The third one, which] is equally valid, though perhaps a little too overdone at the moment, is just people curating so that people look at them..."

 

Read full original article and watch videos here:

http://www.masternewmedia.org/curation-a-view-from-the-future/

 


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Let them eat tablets

Let them eat tablets | (J)ournalistic(R)evolution | Scoop.it
SINCE the new government of prime minister Yingluck Shinawatra took office last July, Thailand has been treated to a soap-opera about the supply of tablet computers to all children starting school.

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Crossmedia and Journalism: Print media offers online content

Many newspapers and magazines offer extra content accessible online by pointing cell phone to an image. In most cases QR code is utilized, however other means can also be used e.g. scanning an image with an iPhone.
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The New Branded Journalist: A Personal POV | VSA Partners

The New Branded Journalist: A Personal POV | VSA Partners | (J)ournalistic(R)evolution | Scoop.it
It is with deep sadness that I say this: Traditional media is increasingly a bad place for a good journalist to work. And it's a scary place for a. ... The economics of print media sucked. Most every publication was also going through hell.
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Online Journalism: An Introduction

Online Journalism: An Introduction | (J)ournalistic(R)evolution | Scoop.it
Online Journalism is now gaining a lot of ground and in Bangladesh, news websites are still not a major threat to the newspapers and magazines but who knows within a decade when almost all of our educated people will have access to ...
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Credibility on Twitter

Credibility on Twitter | (J)ournalistic(R)evolution | Scoop.it

What factors influence whether or not a tweet is perceived as credible? According to this recent study, users have “difficulty discerning truthfulness based on con-tent alone, with message topic, user name, and user image all impacting judg-ments of tweets and authors to varying degrees regardless of the actual truth-fulness of the item.”

 

For example, “Features associated with low credibility perceptions were the use of non-standard grammar and punctuation, not replacing the default account image, or using a cartoon or avatar as an account image. Following a large number of users was also associated with lower author credibility, especially when unbalanced in comparison to follower count [...].” As for features enhan-cing a tweet’s credibility, these included “author influence (as measured by follower, retweet, and  mention counts), topical expertise (as established through a Twitter homepage bio, history of on-topic tweeting, pages outside of Twitter, or having a location relevant to the topic of the tweet), and reputation (whether an author is someone a user follows, has heard of, or who has an official Twitter account verification seal). Content related features viewed as credibility-enhancing were containing a URL leading to a high-quality site, and the existence of other tweets conveying similar information.”...


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Eye-opening research. You can haz Twitter credibility. ;-)

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Eye-opening research. You can haz Twitter credibility. ;-)

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Racial inequality in Journalism

Racial inequality in Journalism | (J)ournalistic(R)evolution | Scoop.it
It's should be no surprise to the readers of this site that people of color and women are underrepresented in the field of journalism but a new info-graphic released by 4th Estate shows just how bad things are.

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Storify Usage as a news reporting tool

For effective use of Storify as a news reporting tool, some basic journalistic and web-writing guidelines should be employed.

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YouTube & News | Project for Excellence in Journalism (PEJ)

YouTube & News | Project for Excellence in Journalism (PEJ) | (J)ournalistic(R)evolution | Scoop.it

The Lead Teaser: News is becoming a major part of what Americans watch on YouTube. In the last 15 months, a third of the most searched terms on the video sharing site were news related.


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การเรียนรู้ของปวงชนผ่านออนไลน์

การเรียนรู้ของปวงชนผ่านออนไลน์ | (J)ournalistic(R)evolution | Scoop.it
การเรียนการสอนโดยเฉพาะวิชาว่าด้วยวารสารศาสตร์กำลังจะกลายเป็นเรื่องของ "ปวงชน" เมื่อสามารถเปิดสอน online ได้อย่างกว้างขวาง ห้องเรียนก็ไม่จำเป็นต้องอยู่กับที่ ไม่ต้องมีกระดานดำ โต๊ะ เก้าอี้อีกต่อไป เพราะโลกออนไลน์สามารถทำให้ทุกคนเรียนรู้ได้พร้อม ๆ กันเป็นหมื่นเป็นแสนเป็นล้าน...

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Social TV ตอนที่1: มารู้จัก Social TV คืออะไร

Social TV ตอนที่1: มารู้จัก Social TV คืออะไร | (J)ournalistic(R)evolution | Scoop.it
เริ่มต้นกันที่ Social TV คืออะไีรกันก&#36...

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New Tech Speeds TV News To New Media

With growing needs to repurpose traditional news broadcasts for online and social media, TV stations are turning to tech companies like Grass Valley (left), Ross Video and Critical Media.

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Vietnam hosts ASEAN regional information conference

Vietnam hosts ASEAN regional information conference | (J)ournalistic(R)evolution | Scoop.it
The 13th meeting of ASEAN Sub- Committee on Information (SCI 13) opened in Vietnam's central Da Nang city on Tuesday, attracting high-ranking information officials from the ten ASEAN member countries and representatives of their mass media.

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When the "News" Is the "News" -- Old/New Media Meet in the Social Media Mileau - Huffington Post

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Telegraph.co.ukWhen the "News" Is the "News" -- Old/New Media Meet in the Social Media MileauHuffington ...

 

what makes New Media useful in old traditional storytelling?


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UCSD Digital Journalism: Print Media says "I am still quite alive!"

UCSD Digital Journalism: Print Media says "I am still quite alive!" | (J)ournalistic(R)evolution | Scoop.it
In other words, print journalism is dying and in fact, it has been thought to be replaced by online journalism for many reasons, including its mobility and more. Could this mean that the Sage of Omaha has made a critical ...
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The 5 traits of radically successful people

The 5 traits of radically successful people | (J)ournalistic(R)evolution | Scoop.it

This is a wnoderful collection of 5 secrets to success coupled with 5 unique stories that bring them to life and help you see why they work.

Ken's Key Take-Away
I didn't know about how Sugar Ray Leondard commuted to school.  What can we do today to prepare for a future that we can not yet visualize?

 

1. The Audacity to Break the Rules
2. An Irrational Level of Commitment

3. A Hunger to Solve Problems

4. A Ferocious Drive to Do More

5. A Sharp Focus on Playing the People Game

 

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As the President of Online Services at Microsoft, Lu has made a drastic journey to the top thanks to what his colleagues call “Qi Time.”

 


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Print media becoming increasingly desperate | The Media Online

Print media becoming increasingly desperate | The Media Online | (J)ournalistic(R)evolution | Scoop.it
Welcome to The Media Online! For regular ... This is the same print media that almost 10 years since Sanef commissioned a study into the quality of journalism has not really implemented any of the recommendations.
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