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The Guardian launches n0tice, an open community news platform

The Guardian launches n0tice, an open community news platform | Convergence Journalism | Scoop.it
"In many ways they’ve created a new kind of social platform, or a really really old one reinvented for the new world." (The Guardian launches n0tice, an open community news platform http://t.co/n61qRTMc...)...
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Using the New Facebook features for journalism: timeline profile, subscribe and share

Using the New Facebook features for journalism: timeline profile, subscribe and share | Convergence Journalism | Scoop.it

A lot's changed on Facebook.

You may have heard about - Facebook Timeline, which replaces the old style profile.

If you haven’t don’t worry.

We’ll cover it.

And we’ll look at the new ways a journalist can use this new-style timeline profile in conjunction with a fan page – like the ones we built in Masterclass 34

The developments mean you now not only have a place for your journalism - your fan page - but also a more personal space for you as a journalist - your new-style timeline profile.

Because, while you can still invite fans to like your page, you can also now invite people to subscribe to your updates on your new-style timeline profile.

And you can now divide your Facebook community into distinct groups – not unlike the Circles concept on Google+ – and post different content to different groups.

If it sounds complicated, that’s because it is!


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5 New Roles For Media Professionals In Social Media: Curators, Proxies, Coaches, Conduits, Judges | Social Media Content Curation | Scoop.it

5 New Roles For Media Professionals In Social Media: Curators, Proxies, Coaches, Conduits, Judges | Social Media Content Curation | Scoop.it | Convergence Journalism | Scoop.it
Many journalists and PR people are either ignoring or trashing social media when they should be taking notice of the many new opportunities that social media's created for media professionals. No, we're not needed as gatekeepers anymore.
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How to choose the best social media tools for journalism w media

How to choose the best social media tools for journalism w media | Convergence Journalism | Scoop.it
How to choose the best social media tools for journalism: http://t.co/ReBPq4MO #periodismo...
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Curate Book Passages and Quotes with Findings

Curate Book Passages and Quotes with Findings | Convergence Journalism | Scoop.it

From the article intro: "The act of highlighting a noteworthy passage in an ebook is being socialized by Findings, an online destination where readers can collect, share, discuss and discover such highlights from ebooks and web texts.

 

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The Findings experience is centered around shared passages and user libraries.

 

Libraries are like digital bookshelves and consist of all the texts — with highlights and quotes automatically organized by book, source or author — the user has clipped from.

 

Readers can use the Findings bookmarklet to clip snippets of text from ebooks and websites.

 

They can also sync Findings with their Amazon Kindle Highlights for an instantaneous way to share and starting discussing their collection of saved passages.

 

“With Findings, we are trying to do something that is dedicated explicitly to the task of curating quotations,” Findings co-creator Steven Johnson says.

 

“That narrowness of focus has allowed us to concentrate on a couple of key features that make Findings particularly useful.”

 

Read more here: http://mashable.com/2011/10/25/findings/


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How to Be a Citizen Journalist Without Getting Killed

How to Be a Citizen Journalist Without Getting Killed | Convergence Journalism | Scoop.it
Last night, while the local news affiliate was off refueling its helicopter, police fired tear gas into a crowd of Occupy Oakland protesters.
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Choosing a strategy for content: 4 Ws and a H | Online Journalism Blog

Choosing a strategy for content: 4 Ws and a H | Online Journalism Blog | Convergence Journalism | Scoop.it
Something interesting happened to journalism when it moved from print and broadcast to the web.
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10 Must-See Infographics about Designers & Developers 2011

10 Must-See Infographics about Designers & Developers 2011 | Convergence Journalism | Scoop.it
Here is a list of must see Infographics about web designers and developer compiled by CSSReflex.com...
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How To Cover The Occupy Wall Street Movement As A Digital Journalist - 10,000 Words

How To Cover The Occupy Wall Street Movement As A Digital Journalist - 10,000 Words | Convergence Journalism | Scoop.it

How To Cover The Occupy Wall Street Movement As A Digital Journalist...


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San Francisco Journo Finds New Calling at The Occupied Wall Street Journal

San Francisco Journo Finds New Calling at The Occupied Wall Street Journal | Convergence Journalism | Scoop.it

On his way a few weeks ago from the west coast to Berlin, where he reported from 2005 through 2009 for the LA Times, Newsweek and other outlets, Michael Levitin discovered that the protesters at Occupy Wall Street were in need of a print-newspaper helping hand. So the Columbia journalism grad decided to pitch in and has been working with the group ever since.

Today, the Sonoma County native gets a great write-up in the Santa Rosa Press Democrat. Joining a small team in a Greenwich Village on September 29, Levitin stayed up all night to copy edit the initial four-page broadsheet edition of the Occupied Wall Street Journal.

The first edition had an initial run of 50,000 copies that went quickly and was followed by 20,000 more, Levitin said. A second edition started with 50,000 copies and and additional 50,000 will be distributed this weekend. The paper’s third and fourth editions are in the works, with Levitin and others involved looking to go national [with the fourth edition] as the “Occupy” movement spreads across the country.


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Good News for Newspapers

Good News for Newspapers | Convergence Journalism | Scoop.it

If the recent performance of newspaper websites is any indication, the once gloomy future of journalism is beginning to look a little brighter.  According to the Newspaper Association of America, the websites of newspaper publishers attracted 20% more total visitors in September of 2011, compared to the same month in 2010.  In a year-over-year comparison, average daily visits were up 21 percent; total pages viewed were up 10 percent; total minutes spent were up 11 percent; and unique visitors were up 9 percent.


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How Content Curators Are Connecting Online "Communities of Interest" | The Guardian

How Content Curators Are Connecting Online "Communities of Interest" | The Guardian | Convergence Journalism | Scoop.it

From the article intro: The success of social networks and the move to socialise many others aspects of the web – from content and search to deals and commerce – has captured the imagination of analysts, content creators and brands. Those best positioned to monetise these changes, however, are developing strategies that extend beyond social networks built on who-knows-who to those built on shared interests: so-called "communities of interest".

 

"It's no longer just social media that's social any more – all media is becoming social thanks to the maturation of creative tools and digital distribution," says Troy Young, president of SAY Media.

 

Technology has democratised publishing. This, in turn, has resulted in a new breed of media businesses that see themselves more as curators of content rather than owners.

 

New technology is creating new opportunities to socially interact and is also enabling end users to become their own content curator...

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


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Journalism's bold future - The Drum Opinion (Australian Broadcasting Corporation)

Journalism's bold future - The Drum Opinion (Australian Broadcasting Corporation) | Convergence Journalism | Scoop.it

There is tangible evidence that public relations and the media are tied inexorably and from such relationship-building there may be positive outcomes.


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Google+ Comes to Google Apps

Google+ Comes to Google Apps | Convergence Journalism | Scoop.it
Google Apps users finally gain access to Google+.
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The future of digital media in Australia

The future of digital media in Australia | Convergence Journalism | Scoop.it
A thought-piece on the importance of both types of news and commentary in Australia -- mainstream and social.
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BBC - The Editors: Updated social media guidance for BBC journalists

BBC - The Editors: Updated social media guidance for BBC journalists | Convergence Journalism | Scoop.it
Few news organisations can now doubt the crucial role social media plays in breaking down barriers to engagement, opening up newsgathering networks, and as an outlet for journalism. Sometimes there's...
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Publishers See Apple Newsstand Sales Surge, But Ad Sales Slow To Follow

Publishers See Apple Newsstand Sales Surge, But Ad Sales Slow To Follow | Convergence Journalism | Scoop.it
Condé Nast is the latest publisher to claim a boom in digital magazine sales from the launch of Apple’s Newsstand two weeks: the publisher of Glamour, The New Yorker, Vanity Fair and Wired says that new subscription sales, per week, across all nine...
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สื่อใหม่กับน้ำท่วมเมืองไทย 2554

สื่อใหม่กับน้ำท่วมเมืองไทย 2554 | Convergence Journalism | Scoop.it
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Small World News ...โลกใบเล็ก จุดนัดพบของมืออาชีพกับมืออาสา

Small World News ...โลกใบเล็ก จุดนัดพบของมืออาชีพกับมืออาสา | Convergence Journalism | Scoop.it
ตัวอย่างของการผสมผสานอย่างมีคุณภาพระหว่างสื่ออาชีพกับ "นักข่าวพลเรือน" ที่เน้นข่าวต่างประเทศนั้นคือการก่อกำเนิดของ Small World News ซึ่งเป็นหน่วยงานอิสระที่ต้องการให้ประชาชนในเขตที่มีเรื่องปะทุได้ทำหน้าที่เป็น citizen reporters อย่างคล่องแคล่วและรายงานจากแง่มุมในภาคสนามจากคนที่อยู่ในเหตุการณ์นั้นจริง...
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LEARNING MEDIA Blog

LEARNING MEDIA Blog | Convergence Journalism | Scoop.it

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แค่ตัดต่อรูปผิดมุม, จริยธรรมก็เข้าป่าแล้

แค่ตัดต่อรูปผิดมุม, จริยธรรมก็เข้าป่าแล้ว | Convergence Journalism | Scoop.it
สามภาพนี้สะท้อนถึงวิธีที่สื่อที่ไม่รับผิดชอบอาจจะ "ตัดต่อภาพให้สอดคล้องกับเป้าหมายของตน" ซึ่งเป็นการกระทำที่ผิดจริยธรรมอย่างยิ่ง และไม่ว่าสื่อยุคดิจิตัลจะมีเครื่องไม้เครื่องมือในการตัดแต่งภาพอย่างพิสดารเพียงใด, การจงใจบิดเบือนด้วยวิธีการต่าง ๆ เพื่อให้รับใช้ทัศนคติของสื่อเองเป็นเรื่องอันตรายอย่างยิ่งภาพนี้แพร่ทางอินเตอร์เน็ทค่อนข้างกว้างขวาง...
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#Tip of the day from Journalism.co.uk – covering the occupy protests as a digital journalist

#Tip of the day from Journalism.co.uk – covering the occupy protests as a digital journalist | Convergence Journalism | Scoop.it

Tweet Are you covering the Occupy Wall Street protests? Or Occupy London Stock Exchange? Maison de Ville? Porta San Giovanni? Or any one of the many others springing up around the world?


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E-Books & E-Readers

E-Books & E-Readers | Convergence Journalism | Scoop.it

These days there's a plethora of choices when it comes to e-book readers...


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Blottr Launches Its Citizen Journalism Platform in France, More Countries to Follow

Blottr Launches Its Citizen Journalism Platform in France, More Countries to Follow | Convergence Journalism | Scoop.it

Blottr is the “people-powered news service” that has thus far allowed UK citizen journalists to capture, collaborate and report on news where they live. And now, it seems, it’s going international.


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How to become a data journalist: open source tools for journos - Editors Weblog

How to become a data journalist: open source tools for journos - Editors Weblog | Convergence Journalism | Scoop.it

Data journalism: the new, wild frontier where the intrepid reporter is free to create any informative and investigative project their heart desires - providing that they have the tools to do so.

But how do you get started? Where are these mysterious programmes that make data journalism accessible to the regional reporter and independent blogger?

Never fear, launching an investigative project based on data needn't be a huge financial expense. There are plenty of open source technologies out there to satisfy the aspiring data journalist.
Over the Data Journalists Lunch at the World Newspaper Week, Scott Klein of ProPublica told the audience that it was perfectly possible to find open source tools - i.e. programmes that are free to download and use - in order to set up a data journalism project. 


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