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Links 1 through 10 of 14 by Suw Charman-Anderson tagged criticism

The shift to online news is increasing engagement, adding more perspectives, and introducing more witnesses and a wider spectrum of voices to the media industry. via Pocket

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The recent boom in “data-driven” journalism projects is exciting. It can elevate our knowledge, enliven statistics, and make us all more numerate. But I worry that data give commentary a false sense of authority since data analysis is inherently prone to bias. via Pocket

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Is the rise in social networking platforms like Facebook and Instagram leading to a loss of choice for millions of users? As Andrew Davies writes, US entrepreneur and blogger Anil Dash believes that many technology companies, as they become successful, are forgetting the web’s original creative via P

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This summer The Onion ran a satirical piece purporting to be an op-ed by CNN’s managing editor, Meredith Artley, titled, “Let Me Explain Why Miley Cyrus’ VMA Performance Was Our Top Story This Morning. via Pocket

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Kevin: A criticism of the Riptide report based on a lack of diversity of the sources. "But looking at the final product and their list of sources, it appears that the project misses a key aspect of how the digital age disrupted traditional journalism: Digital advances, particularly the spread of the Internet and the rise of blogging, gave a powerful new way for voices marginalized in the elite journalism sphere to spread their stories."

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Kevin: A critical view of apps from MIT's Technology Review. "The real problem with apps was that when people read on electronic media, they expect the stories to possess the linky-ness of the Web—but stories in apps didn't really link." MIT Tech Review is having some problems with the iPad that other publishers aren't having. It will be interesting to see if this is an isolated scepticism or a trend.

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Kevin: Howard Finberg of the Poynter Institute looks at the future of journalism education and predicts that the storm ripping through the journalism industry will also rip through journalism education. It's a good meaty piece well worth reading.

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Kevin: Violet Blue writing in ZDNet makes some really important points in terms of the media coverage of the attacks surrounding Wikileaks. These attacks are not centralised. They are distributed, and it bumps against a common "take me to your leader" narrative." "It’s important to note that Operation Payback and Anonymous are not the same thing, and they are also not the same as 4chan, nor do they act as Wikileaks or Pirate Bay. This confuses mainstream media, who is used to simple, take-me-to-your-leader answers - but distributed and decentralized are not simple concepts."

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Kevin: Harsh words from entrepreneur Patricia Handschiegel but words that the media should take notice of. "Media, media. You never get it. Value to yourself is eyeballs, value to your readers is something different. This is why your failure is so spectacular and constant."

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Kevin: David Olive writes: "Groupthink rules. No editor or producer wants her media outlet to be the only one that ignores the Michael Jackson story for even a day. If a reporter's story in next edition differs significantly from everyone else's, he feels stupid and worries about his job security."

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