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Blogs and Investigative Journalism: draft first section | Online Journalism Blog

Blogs and Investigative Journalism: draft first section | Online Journalism Blog | Online Journalism & Journalism in Digital Age | Scoop.it
From today I'll be blogging parts of a book chapter on 'Blogs and Investigative Journalism' which will form part of the next edition of 'Investigative...
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How To Video Curation: YouTube Playlists

How To Video Curation: YouTube Playlists | Online Journalism & Journalism in Digital Age | Scoop.it

From the article: 

"...I really don't like playing a guessing game and taking a stab at random videos.

...Playlists translate those single minutes into double-digit minutes or an hour if you've constructed a compelling string of content.

 

I know whenever I first find a video and get interested in the creator's channel, I like to find the most-viewed videos first and work my way through their greatest hits.

 

If those creators construct a playlist of those particular videos, it makes it easier to navigate.

 

...most channels are not going to be that consistent. It's good to have a "portfolio" of what represents the best work, or keeps a specific audience tuned in with a particularly compelling theme.


Much like annotations and other links, playlists can also be used to tent-pole new videos by providing a playlist full of great content that ultimately leads to the newest video.

 

...playlists can help improve your standing in the mystical YouTube algorithm." 

 

Find put more: http://www.reelseo.com/create-youtube-playlists-to-curate-content/


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Twitter Make Intuitive Changes To Site: Revamped Replies And Activity Functions

Twitter Make Intuitive Changes To Site: Revamped Replies And Activity Functions | Online Journalism & Journalism in Digital Age | Scoop.it

Those who use Twitter site regularly, as opposed to using third-party apps, may have noticed one or two changes made to the site today.


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Civicboom: This open platform lets organizations request content from their audience | The Next Web

Civicboom: This open platform lets organizations request content from their audience | The Next Web | Online Journalism & Journalism in Digital Age | Scoop.it

A few weeks back, we reported on N0tice, a pretty innovative project that the Guardian newspaper is trialling, one with potential to take news reporting, and news gathering, in new directions.

 

 

With that in mind, we thought we’d take a look at CivicBoom, a young Internet startup based in Canterbury, England. It’s a similar proposition to N0tice, except Civicboom claims to incorporate “many more exciting extra features – many of which are still in development.”

 

Civicboom is an online platform designed to facilitate content-driven organizations and individuals to work together in generating rich media content.

 

Civicboom is built from its own open API platform, which means it’s customizable – the platform can be tailored and applied to different industry workflows through the development of an application or plugin. “The aim is to develop Civicboom as the answer to topical concerns over the future role of content-seekers by using our open API”... 

 

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BBC | BBC College of Journalism Blog - Harnessing the power of new technology in newsgathering

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Content is NOT King; Relationships are King

Content is NOT King; Relationships are King | Online Journalism & Journalism in Digital Age | Scoop.it
Blog post at GROWMAP.COM :
This is a guest post from Chris at The Traffic Blogger.

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Facebook Is Most Popular Social Network for All Ages; LinkedIn Is Second [STUDY]

Facebook Is Most Popular Social Network for All Ages; LinkedIn Is Second [STUDY] | Online Journalism & Journalism in Digital Age | Scoop.it
A recent study by Forrester found that of U.S. adults who use social networking sites, 96% of them are on Facebook.

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The Next Web Interviews Scoop.it founder About The Business Model Behind Curation [video]

The Next Web Interviews Scoop.it founder About The Business Model Behind Curation [video] | Online Journalism & Journalism in Digital Age | Scoop.it

Yesterday, we covered the public world-wide launch of publishing platform Scoop.it.

We spoke to Scoop.it’s CEO Guillaume Decugis who told us about the revenue model for Scoop.it which will be a monthly subscription model.

[watch video http://j.mp/rZxGEr]


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Innovative Project on News Curation: The Guardian’s N0tice could be a great replacement for local newspapers | The Next Web

Innovative Project on News Curation: The Guardian’s N0tice could be a great replacement for local newspapers | The Next Web | Online Journalism & Journalism in Digital Age | Scoop.it

Undoubtedly the most experimental of British national newspapers, The Guardian has done everything from launching an API for its content to having a go at opening its newslists to the public. N0tice is another innovative project that it is trialling, and it has real potential to take news reporting, and news gathering, in some interesting new directions.

 

N0tice is essentially an online community noticeboard, upon which news, details of events, and local special offers can be posted for other users.

 

What’s the potential here? N0tice could become a truly useful way for people to share news, and for professional news organisations to source stories in locations of interest...

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16 Insights into Google's Rating Guidelines

16 Insights into Google's Rating Guidelines | Online Journalism & Journalism in Digital Age | Scoop.it

Last week, when the SEO world was distracted by revelations that Google was blocking keyword referral data and nostalgic mania over MC Hammer’s search engine, Search Engine Land released a leaked Google document outlining Google's official guidelines for quality raters. I read the 125-page document out of curiosity, and I decided to share some valuable insights it contains into the mind of Google.

 

Sorry, No Secrets Here

If you’re looking for SEO “secrets,” you’ll be disappointed by this post. Although this is an internal document, and Google may not be happy about it being leaked, you won’t find a smoking gun here. What you will find is a training manual on Google’s philosophy of quality...


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The entire 60 minutes Walter Isaacson Interview.

The entire 60 minutes Walter Isaacson Interview. | Online Journalism & Journalism in Digital Age | Scoop.it
60 Minutes on CBS News: Steve Jobs: Revelations from a tech giant - Steve Jobs was already gravely ill with cancer when he asked author Walter Isaacson to write his biography.

 

You probably start to believe you heard everything about Steve Jobs.

 

No;)

 

Watch the interview, and let me know if you learn something, or what was particularly interesting for you. 


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Storify Launches New Story Editor Making It Easier To Write New Content and Bring In Social Media Stuff

My take: Storify launches its Storypad making it much easier to find and integrate new social media stories and content elements in your curated newsradar.

 

From the Storify blog: The search and the editor sides of the interface have been switched to put a higher priority on writing your own text for stories.

 

Photo searches are displayed in gallery format, and pictures appear larger in stories.

 

One new tool we think users will really enjoy using is a revised bookmarklet and all-new Storypad that lets you collect and save media from all over the web and add it to your story.

 

You can easily share what you've gathered with other Storify users, and you can use media from anyone's Storypad in any story. So whatever you find online can become part of your story.

 

Find out more: http://storify.com/storify/new-storify-editor-interface-rolls-out-thursday


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The Art of Curation and The Role of Curator | Huffington Post

The Art of Curation and The Role of Curator | Huffington Post | Online Journalism & Journalism in Digital Age | Scoop.it

It's not the idea of curation that is new - it does, in fact, have a long and colourful history - but rather the extent and frequency of its lexical usage. "The notion of curating is now used beyond the art world", explains Obrist. "Blogs are being curated, websites, conferences, concept stores, all sorts of things. We live in a digital age characterized by an exponential growth in information. The way we navigate through this huge amount of information and transform it into knowledge is a curatorial issue."

 

The need to select, edit and define multiple paths through this information attributes curation with an immediate and growing significance. It is becoming more widely needed and applauded, and, as such, is there a possibility that the curator will in time usurp the importance of the artist? "I've never thought so", Obrist says. "It's artists that set the agenda. The artist is the centre, the curator a utility."...

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Digital storytelling and mobile strategy

Digital storytelling and mobile strategy | Online Journalism & Journalism in Digital Age | Scoop.it
Update: I've added some digital storytelling links to the end of this post (more to come).

Update: Thanks to Steve Klein for curating today's digital storytelling examples provided by my tweeps....
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Digital media skills every young journalist needs - SPJ Blogs

What digital media skills does a young person fresh out of journalism school need to have? We focus this blog largely on the how-to's of digital media — how to Twitter more effectively, how to edit video, and the like — but let's ...

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How Citizen Journalism Is Reshaping Media and Democracy

How Citizen Journalism Is Reshaping Media and Democracy | Online Journalism & Journalism in Digital Age | Scoop.it
With the advent of social media and blogging, the role of the citizen journalist is becoming more valuable than ever. Here's how their perspectives will democratize mainstream media and governments.

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» Clive Thompson on Why Kids Can’t Search

» Clive Thompson on Why Kids Can’t Search | Online Journalism & Journalism in Digital Age | Scoop.it
Kids know how to Google—they just can't tell when the results are crap.
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BBC | BBC College of Journalism Blog - Video: Reporting Climate Change - Richard Black

BBC | BBC College of Journalism Blog - Video: Reporting Climate Change - Richard Black | Online Journalism & Journalism in Digital Age | Scoop.it
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The Curated Scoop: Curated with Storify, Packaged and Distributed with Scoop.it

Curator Morten Myrstad does it all. An excellent example of curation at work. The news and reactions about the public release of the Scoop.it curation platform, are first curated and then packaged and distributed using two popular curation tools: Storify and Scoop.it itself. 


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Beth Kanter's comment, November 6, 2011 10:40 AM
I've been playing around with using both storify and scoop it in combination. I like to use storify for events that are related to my topic on scoop.it and then add as a link.
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Nice, Thank you! :))
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Registration required | Multimedia Journalism

Registration required | Multimedia Journalism | Online Journalism & Journalism in Digital Age | Scoop.it

I’ve always considered Twitter as the best social patform for journalism

So it's always been my default social media home
Consequently there’s been a lot in these social media masterclasses about how to share from Twitter to Facebook and other platforms.

But the improvements in Facebook we're covering in this learning programme make it a much better place for journalism and journalists.

And you might want to make Facebook your main social-media home.

If you do, and want to spend most of your social time on Facebook, you can still cover Twitter.

Here’s how to share Facebook page posts to Twitter

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BBC - Video Nation - Your views and experiences, on camera and online

BBC - Video Nation - Your views and experiences, on camera and online | Online Journalism & Journalism in Digital Age | Scoop.it
Video Nation - online short documentary films about everyday life across the UK.
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ธรรมชาติของหนังสือพิมพ์บน Internet / เว็บไซต์ข่าว...พื้นที่ที่ต้องทำความ "ลึก" และ "เร็ว" คู่กัน

ธรรมชาติของหนังสือพิมพ์บน Internet / เว็บไซต์ข่าว...พื้นที่ที่ต้องทำความ "ลึก" และ "เร็ว" คู่กัน | Online Journalism & Journalism in Digital Age | Scoop.it

ธรรมชาติของหนังสือพิมพ์บน Internet / เว็บไซต์ข่าว...พื้นที่ที่ต้องทำความ "ลึก" และ "เร็ว" คู่กัน
(case study Huffington Post: จาก Nieman Journalism Lab – Is the Huffinngton Post reinventing the art of liveblogging?)

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Search Twitter and Facebook Photos with Teleportd

Search Twitter and Facebook Photos with Teleportd | Online Journalism & Journalism in Digital Age | Scoop.it

What is it and how is it of use to journalists? Teleportd was released earlier this month as an app as the “closest thing to teleportation”, transporting you anywhere in the world by allowing you to see photos taken on mobile devices shared on social media, including Twitter, Facebook, Foursquare, Instagram and PicPlz.


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Content Curation: What Does it Take to Be Successful? | WebProNews

Content Curation: What Does it Take to Be Successful? | WebProNews | Online Journalism & Journalism in Digital Age | Scoop.it

WebProNews had a little Q&A with Kate Brodock, the Executive Director of Digital and Social Media at Syracuse University about content curation on the web.

 

 

Q: What does it take to be successful in content curation?

 

A: “It comes down to a few key processes. You need to have good aggregation tools in place to gather and filter information. You then need to have a way to centralize and showcase that information in a way that communicates to your audience effectively. Lastly, in most cases – especially those involving gathering information from digital, user-driven sources, you’ve got to nail down the verification of that info. While in many ways curation has become easier, it’s also become harder to sift through and find the reliable and factual sources.”....

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Real-Time News Curation Is The New Strategy at BBC | Nieman Lab

Real-Time News Curation Is The New Strategy at BBC | Nieman Lab | Online Journalism & Journalism in Digital Age | Scoop.it

Move over, auto-tweets: This week, the BBC has switched its @BBCNews Twitter feed to all-human curation. (One small step for a news feed; one giant leap for newsfeedkind.)

 

It’s a lot like the experiment The New York Times tried with human Twitter curation this spring…except that it’s not an experiment. It’s a new strategy. One that involves, at the moment, a team of four people working across three core Twitter feeds — @BBCNews, @BBCBreaking, and @BBCWorld.

 

“We want to be tweeting with value,” Chris Hamilton, BBC News’ social media editor, told me of the move....

[read full article http://j.mp/s1imfW]


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