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The Brave New World of "Graphic Journalism" - Meanderink

The Brave New World of "Graphic Journalism" - Meanderink | Texten fürs Web | Scoop.it
Here's an article by Samuel Burr about "Graphic Journalism," which I came across this morning in American Reader. While tangential to Urban Sketching, Graphic Journalism interests me nonetheless because of the inventive ...

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Interactive graphic ... - E-learning & Multimedia Journalism Examples

Interactive graphic ... - E-learning & Multimedia Journalism Examples | Texten fürs Web | Scoop.it

E-Learning Examples sammelt multimediale Erzählstücke. Eine Fundgrube voller Inspiration fürs multimediale Erzählen.


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The complete Hobbit guide

The complete Hobbit guide | Texten fürs Web | Scoop.it

NZ Herald:  "When JRR Tolkien wrote The Hobbit he created a world of almost overwhelming scale and a vast and varied cast of characters" ... Graphic by Claudia Ruiz

 

Wenn transmediales Storytelling bedeutet, Makro-Stories aus jeweils für sich stehenden Mikro-Stories zu erschaffen, dann ist der "Der Hobbit" ein gutes Beispiel für transmediales Storytelling.


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Was Content Marketing für die Medienbranche bedeutet

Was Content Marketing für die Medienbranche bedeutet | Texten fürs Web | Scoop.it

Journalistische Verlagshäuser produzieren schon seit langer Zeit Kundenzeitschriften und Mitarbeiterzeitungen im Unternehmensauftrag. Leserinnen und Leser betreiben – auch im Sinne journalistischer Standards – absolut professionelle Websites. Und Unternehmen wie Redbull verstehen sich selbst als crossmedial publizierende Medienhäuser – firmeneigene TV-Sender, Print-Redaktionen und App-Produktionsteams inklusive. Die Grenzen verschwimmen. Es ist Mash-Zeit in der Medienbranche. Oder wie es in der Journalistik heißt: Es ist die Zeit der Medien-Entgrenzungen.

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7-Punkte-Checkliste zum Kundenkontaktpunkt-Management: Wie Sie Ihre Touchpoints meistern

7-Punkte-Checkliste zum Kundenkontaktpunkt-Management: Wie Sie Ihre Touchpoints meistern | Texten fürs Web | Scoop.it
Touchpoints sind Punkte, an denen die Kunden mit einem Unternehmen in Berührung kommen, um dann zu entscheiden: kaufe ich, bin ich treu, werde ich das weitererzählen. In dieser kleinen Checkliste geht es um die Meisterschaft solcher ‚Berührungen‘ in unserer neuen Businesswelt.
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Inside Forbes: The Birth of Brand Journalism and Why It's Good for the News Business - Forbes

Inside Forbes: The Birth of Brand Journalism and Why It's Good for the News Business - Forbes | Texten fürs Web | Scoop.it
Content is Content: News consumers value information from a wide array of sources.
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The Atavist: How Multimedia Should Be Done in Digital Magazines

The Atavist: How Multimedia Should Be Done in Digital Magazines | Texten fürs Web | Scoop.it
As media consumption devices evolve, so too does the form content takes on those devices. A great example is a new iPad and iPhone app called The Atavist, which is changing the way nonfiction stories are created and sold.
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Long-Form Journalism and Multimedia at The Atavist

Long-Form Journalism and Multimedia at The Atavist | Texten fürs Web | Scoop.it
The Atavist has captured new ways to present long-form content for the digital age, mixing multimedia presentations and deep, engrossing articles.
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Live Blogs outperform other online news formats, study says

In a guest post for Online Journalism Blog, Neil Thurman highlights a new research report that suggests that Live Blogs outperform other online news formats by up to 300% and are seen by readers as more transparent, trusted, and ‘factual’ than conventional online news stories.

 

Das spricht nicht gerade für Meldung und Bericht als onlinetaugliche Formate.

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Is Journalism as We Know It Becoming Obsolete?

Is Journalism as We Know It Becoming Obsolete? | Texten fürs Web | Scoop.it
Dave Winer says journalism as we know it is "obsolete" because everyone can do it. Is he right? Yes and no. One thing is for sure: journalism is being transformed by the web and by real-time publishing.
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Moments that Matter ... Moments that Don’t | UX Magazine

Moments that Matter ... Moments that Don’t | UX Magazine | Texten fürs Web | Scoop.it
As consumers access more information across emerging media channels and new devices, marketers have responded by perceiving every new interaction as an available touchpoint to connect with and engage their target audiences. This has created an overpopulation of brand messaging that has had the reverse effect of dangerously distancing consumers at critically important buying moments.
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Responsive Webdesign – One Size Fits All?

Responsive Webdesign – One Size Fits All? | Texten fürs Web | Scoop.it
Kein Thema lässt die Herzen von Entwicklern & Auftraggebern von Webseiten höher schlagen als „Responsive Webdesign“. Zeit für einen kritischen Blick.
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Comic Books as Journalism: 10 Masterpieces of Graphic Nonfiction

Comic Books as Journalism: 10 Masterpieces of Graphic Nonfiction | Texten fürs Web | Scoop.it
An unusual summer reading roundup of books that blend meaty subject matter with engaging visual storytelling (RT @m_cetera: Comic Books as Journalism: 10 Masterpieces of Graphic Nonfiction | The Atlantic

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How to write a comic book

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Zack Smith:  "There's no one set formula for writing a comics script — but here are a number of great resources to give you some guidance" ...


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Henrik Safegaard - Cloneartist's curator insight, November 29, 2012 7:04 AM

It's all about Visual Storytelling. If you make Comic's or Animation movies the most important thing is the story it self: Both genre is Visual but both need the same thoughts behind them to make a great script and  let it become alive. 

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With ThingLink, Interactive Images in Tweets

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We’ve given ThingLink a lot of love here at 10,000 Words, but the easy-to-use interactive image-maker merits another post because of its new functionality: working on the Twitters.

Users can now share an image on Twitter complete with any created ThingLink meta-data, and it’s all accessible in the tweet itself.

 

Hab Thinglinks für einen interaktiven Bild-Tweet-Kommentar zu Frank Schirrmachers Text über die Zukunft des Journalismus eingesetzt. Und zwar hier: http://www.texten-fuers-web.de/2012/11/der-schirrmacher-algorithmus/

 


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Brand journalism: Fad or the future? - Go>Link>Blog - a Tech PR blog from GolinHarris

Brand journalism: Fad or the future? - Go>Link>Blog - a Tech PR blog from GolinHarris | Texten fürs Web | Scoop.it
A phrase we are all hearing a lot more of at the moment is 'brand journalism'. It's a phrase attracting much debate and no little criticism. But it cannot be ignored.
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Can public relations become 'brand journalism'? What is it? | ZDNet

Can public relations become 'brand journalism'? What is it? | ZDNet | Texten fürs Web | Scoop.it
Public relations companies are increasingly having to produce a lot of media for their clients. Does that make them into some new type of journalist?
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How long-form journalism is getting 'a new lease of life' in the digital world | Media news | Journalism.co.uk

How long-form journalism is getting 'a new lease of life' in the digital world | Media news | Journalism.co.uk | Texten fürs Web | Scoop.it
An in-depth look at in-depth journalism and some of the latest journalism and non-fiction platforms with long-form narrative at their core.
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Nieman Reports | Journalism: Done The Atavist Way

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‘… I liked the idea of being part of something new and something that attempts to reinvigorate the field of long-form journalism by re-engineering the business model that pays for it.’...
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Crossmediales Storytelling: Was genau ist das eigentlich?

„Cross… – was?“ – wird heute zwar nicht mehr zurückgefragt, wenn von “crossmedialem Storytelling” oder “Crossmedia” die Rede ist. Wirklich eindeutig konturiert ist der Begriff aber bis heute nicht: In Barcamps wird crossmediales Storytelling neuerdings von manchem feinsäuberlich von transmedialem Storytelling getrennt, anderen gilt beides als synonym, wieder andere jonglieren flott mit filigranen Unterschieden zum hypermedialen Storytelling. Ja, was denn nun?

 

Aus der kleinen Reihe meiner Ausflüge ins digitaljournalistische Wortgewölk: Dieses Mal ein Text über "crossmediales Storytelling".

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Hans Leyendecker über den Wandel der Reportage

Hans Leyendecker über den Wandel der Reportage | Texten fürs Web | Scoop.it
Sind Reporter Plauderer, bei denen die Form mehr zählt als der Inhalt? Und lassen Enthüllungsgeschichten den Leser nicht allzu oft ratlos zurück, weil der Rechercheur schlecht erzählt? Mitnichten, sagt Hans Leyendecker: Gute Reporter arbeiten investigativ und die gute Enthüllungsgeschichte braucht eine wohldurchdachte Dramaturgie.
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Medien im digitalen Zeitalter – Journalismus extralang

Medien im digitalen Zeitalter – Journalismus extralang | Texten fürs Web | Scoop.it
Online-Aposteln zufolge könnte bald jeder Nachrichtenbeitrag von sueddeutsche.de genauso lang sein wie der Satz, den Sie hier gerade lesen. Maximal 140 Zeichen, nach dem Modell von Twitter.
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The New, Convoluted Life Cycle Of A Newspaper Story - 10,000 Words

The New, Convoluted Life Cycle Of A Newspaper Story - 10,000 Words | Texten fürs Web | Scoop.it
News must be really hard to follow for an everyday consumer of a newspaper website. First tweets go out, sometimes with no links to additional coverage. Then a few grafs go up on a blog, followed by additional updates, either to the top of that post or as new posts. Eventually, a print story gets started, which is posted through an entirely different workflow onto a different-looking story page. This version is usually written as an hourglass-style narrative, following typical print conventions. For the rest of the day, new updates start going to this story rather than the original blog post. Having a hard time following? Here’s a graphic to help:
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Die Mensch-Maschine: Alles fließt - SPIEGEL ONLINE

Die Mensch-Maschine: Alles fließt - SPIEGEL ONLINE | Texten fürs Web | Scoop.it

"Deutschen Zeitungen geht es schlecht. Die "Frankfurter Rundschau" ist insolvent, die "Financial Times Deutschland" steht offenbar am Abgrund. Dahinter steckt eine Entwicklung, die größer ist als das Internet, meint Sascha Lobo: Nachrichten werden zum Prozess. Der statische, gedruckte Artikel ist dafür nicht mehr zeitgemäß."

 

Bei Sascha Lobo ist es so: Man wirft ein paar Euro rein und dann spuckt er ratzfatz einen meist nominalstiligen Text aus. Hier sorgt er sich auf SPON um den gedruckten Artikel. Seine gedankenreiche Sorge ist zwar nicht neu. Trotzdem gefällt mir, dass diese Debatte auch auf der großen Plattform angekommen ist.

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