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BBC College of Journalism introduction to social media

BBC College of Journalism introduction to social media | Medias sociaux pour journalistes | Scoop.it
The BBC College of Journalism is a treasure trove of advice, lessons and tips for any budding or experienced journalist. Outside of the UK, it is only available on a subscription basis. The College...

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Four Ways Social Media is Changing Journalism

Four Ways Social Media is Changing Journalism | Medias sociaux pour journalistes | Scoop.it

Journalists need to adopt social media in order to retain their eminence as the go-to news source. Here are four ways social media is changing journalism.

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Breaking News and Social Media: Stop Fighting It | 10,000 Words

Breaking News and Social Media: Stop Fighting It | 10,000 Words | Medias sociaux pour journalistes | Scoop.it

Social media and journalism are back in the ring this week. They’re both pretty strong contenders, but not without their weaknesses. In the immortal words of Paulie Pennino, let’s blow these punch-outs. In this corner: Journalism As the underdogs trying to maintain a presence and a living wage, we all know journalists have the power of story-telling and, hopefully, credibility, when news breaks.

 

This Nieman Lab post illustrates the timeline of breaking the Boston bombing on Monday. It shows social media users were able to catch events up to the minute, but it’s only when Reuters retweets it that it becomes News. That’s all because of context. Journalism takes its hardest blows when it forgets that its mission is to provide context.

 

To keep up with social media, journos have fallen prey to the allure of being first. Cable news outlets broadcast, and then tweeted, information about the ongoing investigation and hunt for the bomber without verifying information. Instead of relying on their credibility, their only other strength, media outlets engaged in a strange feedback loo....


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Jeff Domansky's curator insight, April 21, 2013 4:40 PM

More on the traditional media's challenges in the digital and social media world.

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How to: use social media in newsgathering | How to succeed in journalism | Journalism.co.uk

How to: use social media in newsgathering | How to succeed in journalism | Journalism.co.uk | Medias sociaux pour journalistes | Scoop.it
14 pointers on finding sources and stories using social media...

 

Finding sources, nurturing contacts and checking facts by phone have long been key to successful journalism. This guide on using social media to research stories outlines the many ways reporters can put those traditional journalism skills into practice on social media platforms.

 

The first problem in searching is one of noise. According to figures from March, more than 1 billion tweets were being posted every three days, so how can journalists sort the social media chaos and find contacts and stories?

 

This guide gathers tips from Malachy Browne, news editor of social news gathering agency Storyful; David Wyllie, an editor at Breaking News, a social media breaking news service owned by NBC News; and investigative journalist and trainer in advanced online research skills Colin Meek....

 

[These tips will be useful for PR, bloggers and content producers too ~ Jeff]


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How Twitter won the social media battle for journalism | The Wall Blog

How Twitter won the social media battle for journalism | The Wall Blog | Medias sociaux pour journalistes | Scoop.it

Polis, the journalism think-tank at the LSE, has published an in-depth report looking at the value of social media to journalism, specifically public service broadcasting, and it highlights how Twitter has come to dominate news.

As the report puts it, Twitter plays a more important role in newsgathering than Facebook, which is much more about discussion and far less about breaking news.

 

Lyse Doucet, the BBC’s Chief International Correspondent puts it this way: “There is no question, if you are not on Facebook and Twitter, you are not getting the full story”.

 

More telling is the comment from Joanna Carr, editor of BBC Radio 4′s news programme ‘PM’, who said she “wouldn’t hire anybody who doesn’t know how to use Twitter”....


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Tannah Gravelis's curator insight, August 22, 2014 4:55 AM

This piece demonstrates how traditional journalists have begun to understand the important role social media channels such as Twitter and Facebook can play in the field of Journalism, especially from a story curation stand-point. It is a strong case of how social media can help push journalism into the next phase of it life cycle. as Joanna Carr puts it, saying she “wouldn’t hire anybody who doesn’t know how to use Twitter”

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10 lessons as BBC News hits social media milestones | Media news | Journalism.co.uk

10 lessons as BBC News hits social media milestones | Media news | Journalism.co.uk | Medias sociaux pour journalistes | Scoop.it
The recipe for success as @BBCBreaking nears 8m followers

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How Vine is Changing the Face of Online Journalism | Social Media Today

How Vine is Changing the Face of Online Journalism | Social Media Today | Medias sociaux pour journalistes | Scoop.it

Although Vine was only released in January, it’s already made an impact in the world of citizen journalism, and it’s easy to see why – its ease of use, length constraints and accessibility make it the perfect platform for people to capture their own news, ready to share it with their friends and family on social media.

 

In fact, Vine users have already made a start – in February, a Turkish journalist used the app to document the aftermath of a suicide bombing outside the U.S. embassy, barely a week after the app was launched. More recently, Vine user Doug Lorman shared a clip of the explosions at the finish line of the Boston Marathon. Timeliness played a part – the video was shared thirty minutes after the explosion, and was quickly disseminated online with over 100 RTs on Twitter alone....


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Jeff Domansky's curator insight, May 12, 2013 4:41 PM

Vine is starting to take hold with journalists.

Ali Anani's curator insight, May 13, 2013 12:22 AM

Well worth your reading time

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Ali, glad the article was interesting for you.
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Journalisme et medias sociaux : les nouvelles formes narratives

Présentation par Suzanne Galy, journaliste numérique à AEC : "Médias sociaux et nouvelles formes narratives", à destination des membres du Club de la Press (Médias sociaux et nouvelles formes narratives par @suzannegaly [slideshare] :


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Journalisme et médias sociaux : vers une utilisation systématique ? | Réseaux sociaux | Locita

Journalisme et médias sociaux : vers une utilisation systématique ? | Réseaux sociaux | Locita | Medias sociaux pour journalistes | Scoop.it

On parle beaucoup du journalisme et de la façon dont est faite l’utilisation des médias sociaux par les journalistes, notamment comme source de sujet ou de (“@Locita: Journalisme et médias sociaux: vers une utilisation systématique?


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Twitter: un simple outil journalistique?

Twitter: un simple outil journalistique? | Medias sociaux pour journalistes | Scoop.it
Après une semaine de breaking news intensive, le Social Media Summit, organisé par le NYT et la BBC Journalism School prend une journée pour réfléchir à la relation entre journalisme et médias sociaux, et plus largement sur le futur du journalisme.

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Béatrice D.'s curator insight, May 20, 2013 2:59 AM

Le Social Media Summit, organisé par le NYT et la BBC Journalism School, est revenu sur les attentats de Boston et la façon dont cette actualité de breaking news a été traitée et surtout consommée. Elle a surtout montré à quel point les médias traditionnels, et notamment la télévision, étaient dépassés.

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Définir ses KPI pour mesurer ses actions sur les médias sociaux

Définir ses KPI pour mesurer ses actions sur les médias sociaux | Medias sociaux pour journalistes | Scoop.it

la rentabilité de vos investissements réalisés sur les médias sociaux, mais permettent également d'optimiser vos actions. C'est en vous concentrant sur les bons indicateurs que vous disposerez d'un bon outil d'aide à la décision, et non d'un simple reporting. Avant de définir les indicateurs à suivre, il est primordial de déterminer vos objectifs stratégiques.


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Infographie : 5 ans de médias sociaux

Infographie : 5 ans de médias sociaux | Medias sociaux pour journalistes | Scoop.it

À l'occasion du cinquième anniversaire de Hootsuite, le célèbre outil de gestion de réseaux sociaux a établit une infographie reprenant l'évolution des médias sociaux depuis ces cinq dernières années.


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Questioning the network: The year in social media research | Nieman Journalism Lab

Questioning the network: The year in social media research | Nieman Journalism Lab | Medias sociaux pour journalistes | Scoop.it

From the website

 

"The range of social media research produced in 2012 has been wide and diverse: from what works on Twitter to explorations of meme “virality”; from Facebook’s power to motivate to the hidden dynamics of friend networks; from SMS power in the Arab uprising to the questionable creep of social “Big Data.” We offer this list with the usual disclaimer: Our selection is meant to be useful, not definitive. Missing from this list is a lot of great scholarship, including analysis of bullying in a networked world, as well as much more on how social media is changing the way we participate in politics. "


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Steven Verjans's curator insight, December 20, 2012 3:58 PM

Found this link thanks to Joyce. Always interesting to add the academic and popular angles together. Just a pity that only U.S. research is mentioned. The academic outlook of American researchers still does not get through U.S. border control, apparently.

Jim Lerman's curator insight, December 21, 2012 1:57 AM

If you are looking for recent research on social media, this is a good place for an easy start.

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How to: search social media for stories | How to succeed in journalism | Journalism.co.uk

How to: search social media for stories | How to succeed in journalism | Journalism.co.uk | Medias sociaux pour journalistes | Scoop.it

This guide was prepared for a session led by Journalism.co.uk at MozFest, Mozilla's festival held last weekend.

 

The workshop was called 'tips and tricks using digital journalism tools for newsgathering'.

 

This guide includes advice for journalists on finding sources, searching for information on Twitter and Facebook, and using tools such as Google Images search, and has tips on verification.

 

Click headline to read more and access hot links--


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How To Verify Content from Social Media: A Good Guide

How To Verify Content from Social Media: A Good Guide | Medias sociaux pour journalistes | Scoop.it

Robin Good: If you are a journalist, a reporter, or a professional news curator, you MUST read this.

 

Excerpted from the guide: "This how-to features advice from a panel of experts on the key considerations, questions and tools journalists should have in mind when carrying out verification of content that surfaces via social media, be it a news tip, an image, a piece of audio or video.

 

The process covers three main stages: monitoring of social networks and the online community before news breaks, checking the content when it comes into play and subsequently reporting that content once verified. The comprehensive advice outlined in this how-to guide offers practical steps, specific questions and cross-checks journalists can make at each stage, as well as online tools to support them."

 

...to summarise, the top tips from our panel of experts on an effective verification process from start to finish are:

 

Monitor across platforms (including Facebook, YouTube, Twitter, Soundcloud, AudioBoo, Bambuser)
 Spot and understand trends (using tools like Hootsuite, Tweetdeck and Trendsmap to create lists and identify trending topics)
 Build a network of contacts before the story breaks and limit the stress
 Use online tools to examine evolution of images (including TinEye, Google Images and WolframAlfra)
 Verifying sources – speak to them and cross reference answers with social data
 Verifying sources – look at social media history across platforms
 Use Whois tools to verify websites
 Check for photoshopping or repetition in images
 Apply the Too Good To Be True test
 Harness online discussion boards and experts (use sites like Snope to spot urban myths and common hoaxes early on)
 Question edited footage
 How urgent is it – could more steps be taken to verify before you publish?
 Crowdsourcing – 'be judicious' about how you send out unconfirmed information
 Consider any permissions and crediting which may be necessary
 Clearly communicate the level of verification a story has been given
 Made a mistake or new information come to light? Issue a clear and networked correction

 

Invaluable. Very informative. Useful. 9/10

 

Full article: http://www.journalism.co.uk/news-features/how-to-verify-content-from-social-media/s5/a548645/ ;


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Ruveanna Hambrick's curator insight, October 2, 2014 2:27 PM

This is a great source for knowing how to monitor and filter information on social media sites like Twitter and Facebook.

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Social Media Networks Increasingly Turning to Journalism Professionals to Boost Content Engagement - Business 2 Community

Social Media Networks Increasingly Turning to Journalism Professionals to Boost Content Engagement - Business 2 Community | Medias sociaux pour journalistes | Scoop.it
Good News...Social Media Networks Turning to Journalism Professionals to Boost Content Engagement: http://t.co/QcUnBBC7Hf by @baker_alex

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'Distant Witness': Social Media's 'Journalism Revolution' : NPR

'Distant Witness': Social Media's 'Journalism Revolution' : NPR | Medias sociaux pour journalistes | Scoop.it
When protests broke out across the Arab world, NPR senior strategist Andy Carvin followed the events in real time online.

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Seven ways the New York Times is using social media for 'deeper' engagement | Online Journalism Features | Journalism.co.uk

Seven ways the New York Times is using social media for 'deeper' engagement | Online Journalism Features | Journalism.co.uk | Medias sociaux pour journalistes | Scoop.it
Liz Heron, social media editor of the New York Times on seven ways the news outlet is getting 'deep and meaningful' (Seven ways the New York Times (and @lheron) is using social media for 'deeper' engagement:

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Boston, tournant pour le journalisme numérique

Boston, tournant pour le journalisme numérique | Medias sociaux pour journalistes | Scoop.it

Après une semaine de breaking news intensive, le Social Media Summit prend une journée pour réfléchir à la relation entre journalisme et médias sociaux, et plus largement sur le futur du journalisme. 


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DocPresseESJ's curator insight, April 23, 2013 4:23 AM

comme souvent, on revient sur l'importance du travail de terrain, et la nécessité de privilégier la qualité à la rapidité.

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Lire également sur telerama.fr: "Attentats de Boston, une traque en temps réel sans précédent" (http://bit.ly/ZDEqyz)
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et sur lesinrocks.com: "Attentats de Boston: la chasse à l’homme vue depuis les réseaux sociaux" (http://bit.ly/11pHIsp)
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Journalisme en ligne, quels rôles pour les médias sociaux et les sites d’entreprise ?

Journalisme en ligne, quels rôles pour les médias sociaux et les sites d’entreprise ? | Medias sociaux pour journalistes | Scoop.it

91% des journalistes recherchent de l'information en ligne pour écrire leurs articles. 81% se tournent vers les sites d'entreprises pour cette information.


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Journalisme et médias sociaux : les nouvelles formes narratives [Présentation]

Journalisme et médias sociaux : les nouvelles formes narratives [Présentation] | Medias sociaux pour journalistes | Scoop.it

Une présentation intéressante qui nous montre les changements qu'impliquent les médias sociaux en matière de présentation de l'information.

Présentation par Suzanne Galy, journaliste numérique à AEC à destination des membres du Club de la Presse de Bordeaux...


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Réseaux sociaux : quelles tendances pour 2014 ? - Le blog du Modérateur

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Elle présente succinctement les succès annoncés de l'année à venir sur les réseaux sociaux. Les vidéos Vine vont-elles inonder le web ?
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Les médias sociaux stratégiques

Les médias sociaux stratégiques | Medias sociaux pour journalistes | Scoop.it
En offrant aux décideurs de précieux renseignements en temps réel, les médias sociaux donnent aux entreprises de nouvelles informations stratégiques.

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Isabelle Clément's curator insight, November 29, 2013 3:54 PM

Un article fort intéressant !

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Les médias US de plus en plus accros aux réseaux sociaux - RTBF

Les médias US de plus en plus accros aux réseaux sociaux - RTBF | Medias sociaux pour journalistes | Scoop.it
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Plus rien ne semble arrêter l'intégration des réseaux sociaux dans les médias aux Etats-Unis.
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