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Digging Radio 2.0 for Good Solutions. How connected radios offer engaging audio experience and empower e-listeners communities when getting “smart” on the Networks
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In social media metrics, ROI is more than a sum of fans | Current.org

In social media metrics, ROI is more than a sum of fans | Current.org | Radio Hacktive (Fr-Es-En) | Scoop.it

Now that most public media stations have become active on social networks — with some combination of Facebook pages, Twitter accounts, blogs and YouTube channels — staff members at many stations are struggling with the question: Are we getting the most bang for our social-media buck?

After all, building and maintaining a meaningful social media presence requires a significant investment of time — and it’s not always easy to measure the return on that investment.

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Amplify your voice - Shepard Fairey talks Free Speech - BBC Three

http://bbc.co.uk/FreeSpeech Leading street artist Shepard Fairey discusses his latest work at The London Pleasure Gardens, inspired by the notion of free spe...
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Study Finds Young People Using New Media for Participatory Politics — MacArthur Foundation

Study Finds Young People Using New Media for Participatory Politics — MacArthur Foundation | Radio Hacktive (Fr-Es-En) | Scoop.it
Substantial numbers of young people across racial and ethnic groups are engaging in “participatory politics” — acts such as starting a political group online, circulating a blog about a political issue, or forwarding political videos to friends, according to the largest nationally representative study of new media and politics among young people.
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Deuxième congrès mondial d'écologie sonore | Cidb

Deuxième congrès mondial d'écologie sonore | Cidb | Radio Hacktive (Fr-Es-En) | Scoop.it

La seconde édition du congrès mondial d’écologie sonore se tiendra du 17 au 25 août 2012 dans le Doubs et le Valais suisse. L’objectif de ce deuxième congrès est de favoriser la prise en compte de la dimension sonore dans le monde et de l’inscrire dans le mouvement écologique global.

Bruit.fr | Site du Centre d'information et de documentation sur le bruit. Toutes les réponses sur la gestion de l'environnement sonore : acteurs, outils, conseils.

 

Le programme définitif de la manifestation est disponible sur le site : www.architecturemusiqueecologie.com.

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Communication at the heart of change

Communication at the heart of change explains the essential role that information and communication plays in development. Sustainable development demands that people participate in the debates and decisions that affect their lives. They need to be able to receive information, but also to make their voices heard. But the poor are often excluded from these processes by geography and lack of resources or skills. The video explores what can happen when poor and marginalised people are listened to, and given access to the information they need.
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Animantion: Sebastian Camilleri and James Finch
Voice over: Christina Dixon and Laurence Grissell
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Development and Human Rights – What Can the Media Do? | Start | DW.DE |

Development and Human Rights – What Can the Media Do? | Start | DW.DE | | Radio Hacktive (Fr-Es-En) | Scoop.it

Jānis Kārkliņs, Assistant Director General of Communication and Information of UNESCO, explained how his and other organizations can support both mainstream and social media.
• Create an environment allowing media to be free and editorially independent.
• Ensure that journalists, bloggers and citizens using social media networks can exercise their right to free speech safely and without hindrance.
• Training journalists but also government officials, law enforcement agents and militaries on issues related to freedom of expression and freedom of media.
• Training users in media literacy to enable them to navigate the deluge of information so that they “can distill what is right, what is wrong, which is correct and which is false”.
“We’re developing a theory of media and information literacy. This issue should be in the curriculum of every school. People must be able to assess good from bad information. People tend to rely on whatever source of information they have.”

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“There’s lots the media can do to promote human rights without being political.”

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Rules of Engagement: How Gamification is Changing the World

Gaming: Underlying interlocking systems that form the 'engine' of an experience inorder to communicate a sense of context, meaning and overall progression (level, points, missions, badges, ranking, trophies)...

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Connect with your audience through storytelling – an interview with Samantha Starmer of REI | SlideShare Blog

Connect with your audience through storytelling – an interview with Samantha Starmer of REI | SlideShare Blog | Radio Hacktive (Fr-Es-En) | Scoop.it
With so much information bombarding conference attendees during an event, it's easy to overwhelm and saturate an audience with facts, figures and data.
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5 Really, Really Important Shifts (not trends) in #Media & #Technology

5 Really, Really Important Shifts (not trends) in #Media & #Technology | Radio Hacktive (Fr-Es-En) | Scoop.it
(3) User-generated data or "UGD"

Speaking of good data, you might ask: "What's the obsession over data all about?"

Simple: We've been using outdated, ineffective models for measurement. In the Internet world, this has been going on for the better part of 17 years (which is a lifetime)! The fact that most companies still can't account for 50% of their media spend is, well, pathetic. And some are getting sick of it. And so are the people who consume, share and/or remix content -- they simply don't care about ads and don't want them flooding their social media feeds. They will, however, tolerate or even enjoy ads if they are used as containers of good content or shareable utilities of one sort or another.

For example, the value of a sponsored story on Facebook isn't the fact that it's more relevant (which it is), it's the fact that it's something that you might've discovered just by clicking around a page, and that's the difference -- you engage with something you discover rather than something you're just being served. Instead of a brand having to support a conversation that's already happening, a person can go to a storefront with all the goods and services they need. This means conversations remain as free, valuable bits of information and fCommerce remains relatively unfettered because the endorsement comes from a person, not a brand.
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People Power 2.0 - Technology Review

People Power 2.0 - Technology Review | Radio Hacktive (Fr-Es-En) | Scoop.it
How civilians helped win the Libyan information war.
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ICTs and Information-rich Societies: The Role of the Media | infoDev.org

ICTs and Information-rich Societies: The Role of the Media | infoDev.org | Radio Hacktive (Fr-Es-En) | Scoop.it

Information and Communication Technologies, Poverty and Development: Learning from Experience...

 

New ICTs certainly add both to the ways in which existing media organizations can reach, and interact with, their audiences, and to the options for creating new types of news and information services....

 

Community radio networks can give voice to those who were previously limited to being passive listeners, and can increase access to locally-relevant and contextual information and viewpoints...

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