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Download and Convert YouTube Video Playlists, User Channels and Clips: Direct YouTube Downloader (Windows)

Download and Convert YouTube Video Playlists, User Channels and Clips: Direct YouTube Downloader (Windows) | Multimedia Journalism | Scoop.it

Robin Good: Direct YouTube Downloader is a free downloadable Windows-only software that enables you to download and convert online videos from YouTube and other sites.

 

Direct YouTube Downloader allows you to download entire YouTube Channels, playlists or user's videos, including video clips in Ultra HD 4K, 1080p and 720p video resolutions.

 

Free to use.
Windows only.

 

Download: http://www.majorshare.com/download/direct-youtube-downloader-x-31-07-2012/

 

More info: http://www.majorshare.com/direct-youtube-downloader/


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The Evolution of the Word “Curation” - Buzzword Tracker

The Evolution of the Word “Curation” - Buzzword Tracker | Multimedia Journalism | Scoop.it

Robin Good: From 500 B.C. to July 2012, here is a short and quite skippy selection of key dates in the evolution of the word curation. A good idea but running a bit short in terms of execution.

I think there is a lot more to be surfaced there that is of relevance and that has been omitted, but then again this is a great opportunity for some other curator to pick up on this theme and go a bit further.

Interesting. 6/10

 

Full timeline: http://www.digiday.com/etc/buzzword-tracker-evolution-of-curation/


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Content Curation Can Help Education System Breed Future Workskills

Content Curation Can Help Education System Breed Future Workskills | Multimedia Journalism | Scoop.it

Robin Good: If you are interested in exploring content curation as a possible venue for innovating teaching and learning approaches, you will find lots of valuable information in this new article by @NancyW entitled Developing Future Workskills Through Content Curation.

 

In it she points to a study conducted last year, the Apollo Research Institute Future Workskills 2020, that identifies critical workskills needed for future jobs and how fitting "content curation" may be in cultivating and refining many of those.

 

She writes: "A closer look suggests that critical workforce skills identified in this \ study can be easily aligned with the skills practiced with content curation.


The skills a student employs to successfully curate information include curiosity, media literacy, ability to make connections across disciplines, information literacy, the ability to evaluate and understand perspective, synthesize and evaluate information, and a good dose of self-direction."

 

"Future Workskills 2020 suggests a monumental shift and change needs to begin now in our education system.

 

These skills can be developed through the process of content curation.

 

Content curation has the added benefit of helping students find their passions for and take ownership of their learning..."

 

 

Right on target. Recommended. 8/10

 

Full article: http://d20innovation.d20blogs.org/2012/07/27/developing-future-workskills-through-content-curation/

 

 


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#Tip of the day from Journalism.co.uk – how to get more Facebook likes, comments and shares

#Tip of the day from Journalism.co.uk – how to get more Facebook likes, comments and shares | Multimedia Journalism | Scoop.it
Tweet “Social media scientist” Dan Zarrella last month published a study which looked at data on more than 1.3 million posts published on the top 10,000 pages on Facebook.
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Twitter May Have 500M+ Users But Only 170M Are Active, 75% On Twitter's Own ... - TechCrunch

Twitter May Have 500M+ Users But Only 170M Are Active, 75% On Twitter's Own ... - TechCrunch | Multimedia Journalism | Scoop.it
Twitter May Have 500M+ Users But Only 170M Are Active, 75% On Twitter's Own ...TechCrunchYesterday Paris-based analytics firm Semiocast noted that Twitter had passed the 500 million user account mark, with some detail on how that is playing out on...
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Switching Facebook From a Time Crusher to a Career Booster - U.S. News & World Report (blog)

Switching Facebook From a Time Crusher to a Career Booster - U.S. News & World Report (blog) | Multimedia Journalism | Scoop.it
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How 12 news outlets are innovating on Tumblr

How 12 news outlets are innovating on Tumblr | Multimedia Journalism | Scoop.it
A list of 23 inspirational Tumblr blogs from 12 news outlets...
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Sprout Social Releases Queue and ViralPost To Help Clients Better Reach Their ... - TechCrunch

Sprout Social Releases Queue and ViralPost To Help Clients Better Reach Their ... - TechCrunch | Multimedia Journalism | Scoop.it
Sprout Social Releases Queue and ViralPost To Help Clients Better Reach Their ...TechCrunchThe web application integrates with Twitter, Facebook Pages, LinkedIn, FourSquare, Gowalla and other networks where consumers are engaging with businesses...
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Startup alleges 80 percent of Facebook ad clicks were from bots - CBS News

Startup alleges 80 percent of Facebook ad clicks were from bots - CBS News | Multimedia Journalism | Scoop.it
Business InsiderStartup alleges 80 percent of Facebook ad clicks were from botsCBS NewsVia a Facebook post, Limited Run announced the plan to delete its Facebook Page "in the next couple of weeks" and explained why.
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By tweeting about a developing story, could you be inciting a riot?

By tweeting about a developing story, could you be inciting a riot? | Multimedia Journalism | Scoop.it
You’re probably not going to like this, but we’re facing bigger Twitter problems than @GuyAdams having his account suspended.
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5 Tweet Strategies for Highlighting Breaking News - 10,000 Words

5 Tweet Strategies for Highlighting Breaking News - 10,000 Words | Multimedia Journalism | Scoop.it

Social media producers battle for eyeballs, retweets and clicks. They fight because tweets fly by fast, easily slipping by readers in a stream shared with cat gifs and @KimKierkegaard.

News tweeting’s permanent battlefield fixtures – tweet volume, frequency and serendipity – can always provide challenge. The combo deals a particular blow, however, when your latest tweet contains your big, hot breaking story.

What’s the best way to get followers to notice and click your link when big news hits? Should you break out the “BREAKING”? Should you stick with just “Breaking”? Or should you drop the chyron-bred word and bank on content sparking the spread?

Here are five distinct ways newsrooms on Twitter highlight breaking news, along with some questions to consider before adopting (or adapting) a new strategy for your own.

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Coming explosion in e-learning an opportunity to rethink journalism education | Poynter.

Journalism education will face challenges very similar to the ones faced by the media industry 15 years ago — a disruption in the economic model for schools and a disruption in the content and teaching methods for education.

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Live digital reporting: 10 tips for journalists and news outlets | Media news | Journalism.co.uk

Live digital reporting: 10 tips for journalists and news outlets | Media news | Journalism.co.uk | Multimedia Journalism | Scoop.it
Key advice on pushing out streams of digital news from the Wall Street Journal, ITV News, BBC, MSN and CoveritLive, based on the final panel at news:rewired - full stream ahead (Live digital reporting: 10 tips for journalists and news outlets
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A local TV reporter on covering both Columbine and the Aurora theater shooting | Poynter.

A local TV reporter on covering both Columbine and the Aurora theater shooting | Poynter. | Multimedia Journalism | Scoop.it

I am a local television reporter.

I never traveled to Afghanistan. I didn’t cover the war in Iraq. I work for CBS in Denver, Colorado. To foreign network correspondents, that might seem dull. But they haven’t covered a mass school shooting in a suburb. They haven’t been awakened at two a.m. to dash off to a mass shooting at a movie theater.

I opted for a career covering my community. I wanted a balance of family life and journalism. At some point, in my twenties, I decided to abandon network glamour for community involvement.

But no one told me I’d be interviewing parents who lost their children because they went to school at one day. No one warned me that the deaths of young people would come, not in a war zone, but in a suburban movie theater.

I never envisioned that not once, but twice, in my career, I would have parents come up to me frantic and fearful, begging for news of their children, only to tell them I had no news to share. Their children, first at Columbine High School, and now at Theater Nine in Aurora, were dead.


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What Social Media Managers Need to Know About Digg 1.0 | Social Media Today

What Social Media Managers Need to Know About Digg 1.0 | Social Media Today | Multimedia Journalism | Scoop.it
Will Digg rise triumphantly like a phoenix born of its ashes, or will it flounder about like a bloated city pigeon scrambling for dropped breadcrumbs?

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Use Powerpoint slides to create a video in Windows Movie Maker

Use Powerpoint slides to create a video in Windows Movie Maker | Multimedia Journalism | Scoop.it

"...I have made this video, showing how to make PowerPoint slides that you can turn into a video with Windows Movie Maker. There are many ways to make videos and this is just one of them..."


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Foursquare Includes Advertising Options | The Social Media Blog ...

Foursquare Includes Advertising Options | The Social Media Blog ... | Multimedia Journalism | Scoop.it
Foursquare announced it will now be including promoted updates within the explore tab on the mobile app. Businesses need to jump at the opportunity of personalized exposure for people in the proximity of their location.
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#twitterfail ethics & economics

#twitterfail ethics & economics | Multimedia Journalism | Scoop.it
Twitter is going to have to learn the lesson that newspapers had to learn when they started accepting advertising: that when trust is your asset, you must run your service and your business according to principles of trust.
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Clif Bar Rewards Twitter Users for Getting Outside : TreeHugger

Clif Bar Rewards Twitter Users for Getting Outside : TreeHugger | Multimedia Journalism | Scoop.it
The organic snack bar company has created the first geo-location Twitter campaign to promote its new trail mix bar.
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HootSuite Extends Its Social Media Wings With Evernote, Storify ...

HootSuite Extends Its Social Media Wings With Evernote, Storify ... | Multimedia Journalism | Scoop.it
HootSuite, the Vancouver-based developers of a social media management dashboard for enterprises and other power users, is adding three new outlets to the list of social networks that are supported on its platform: from ...
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What the media did wrong in the riots - and how to put it right

What the media did wrong in the riots - and how to put it right | Multimedia Journalism | Scoop.it
Next Monday marks the anniversary of the eruption of rioting, looting and arson in London, an event that gave rise to similar incidents in several other British cities and towns.Since then, the causes of the so-called riots have been the subject of...
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Twitter at a crossroads: Economic value vs. information value

Updated: Almost every day, it seems, we get further evidence of the dilemma at the heart of Twitter’s ongoing evolution from real-time information network into multibillion-dollar commercial media entity — and the latest is the furor over the...
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Twitter comes clean, apologizes for NBC-gate

Twitter comes clean, apologizes for NBC-gate | Multimedia Journalism | Scoop.it
Twitter has finally addressed its role in a growing scandal over its decision to zap the account of a UK journalist who had been critical of NBC’s Olympics coverage.
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Oh Danny Boyle, look what they did to your NHS tribute...

Oh Danny Boyle, look what they did to your NHS tribute... | Multimedia Journalism | Scoop.it
Hats off to the quick-thinking person who posted the above on UK Uncut's Facebook page, before dawn, following the screening of the London Olympics opening ceremony.
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Live blogging - a new know-how for digital journalism students

More and more news organizations are now embracing liveblogging and journalism students need to incorporate in their skill set this emerging format of live reporting.
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