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Link between journalism and social media only gets stronger as news continues to tie them

Link between journalism and social media only gets stronger as news continues to tie them | UF Editing | Scoop.it
It’s not just Twitter that can be utilized for story telling in the new age of journalism. While Twitter breaks news fast and can bring in a large supply of sources and opinions, other social...
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The digital newsroom and open source ideals

As prevalent as the idea of citizen journalism has been throughout the past few years, combining this notion with the ideals of open source software projects has only recently been surfacing. Proje...
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Putting digital news first can help publications stay competitive

Keeping publications competitive these days means putting as much content online as possible. Potential readers are only a Google search away, but they have to be “wooed”: Why should th...
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Internet provides greater opportunity for reader feedback, suggestions and newsgathering

Online. Social media. Digital. That’s all journalists are talking and worrying about these days. How will X news organization stay alive –– and profitable –– on the Web? In a scramble...
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The digitization of journalism

Journalism is changing not only due to big new social media or new techniques to gather new, but simply because stories are being posted online.  The ability to go back into a story an changes, en...
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Digital involvement

By: Gabriela Gonzalez We live in a day where journalists post story ideas in Google Documents and through social media, and they ask the readers for feedback. Some news rooms have an “open door p...
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Tweet, Stream and Aggregate Your Way to Successful News Coverage

At least that’s what we’re being told. The overall vibe I’m getting, which tends to freak me out, is that there’s only one correct way to cover news moving forward, and that...
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Game changers

In the jumbled world of online journalism, there’s little victory left in being the first publication to break a story. While small or unorganized sites can grab extra views by getting a scoop, r...
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The sharing of information in the age of digital media

The digital age has changed the newsroom into something much more ideal than a room full of people throwing out ideas and pitching stories. In fact, it has become quite the opposite. With websites ...
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From print to digital

It’s hard to believe that just last year going digital was a big deal. Sure, most magazines had websites, but their content wasn’t being scrutinized. Websites were for keeping an audien...
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The Internet has changed journalism and media

The increased presence of the Internet in our society has ushered in a new era of journalism and news media. News gathering has become an ongoing process. Where in the past a reporter got his or he...
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Week 11 – Multimedia and “Digital First”

News organizations are trying many different techniques to integrate themselves into the new digital landscape. One idea that’s taking root is the “transparent newsroom,” which in...
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There is more than one way to tell a story

No matter what topic you are writing about or what medium you choose to utilize, one basic principal should always apply: make sure you are telling a good story. No matter how technologically advan...
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Open sources, digital journalism weave together

Over the past 10 years, journalism has gone from mostly newspapers to almost completely digital. With the massive growth of technology that has occurred, this has been pretty much inevitable. One g...
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Week11: Print and Online Journalism Merge

As digital media continues to grow in popularity, publishers and print news organizations are scrambling to keep up with the industry.  More and more companies are realizing the importance of an...
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