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Links 1 through 10 of 20 by Suw Charman-Anderson tagged reporting

Kevin: An interesting look at how Vice's Tim Pool is using new technology, including hacked Google Glass and drones, to report from protests. Very good look at using technology for journalism.

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Kevin: A good look at the use of reporting in high profile cases, in this the Oscar Pistorious murder trial.

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Kevin: A mobile reporter toolkit has been created to help journalists get the most out of their mobile phones when reporting. 

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Kevin: Photographer Damon Winter talks about using a mobile phone (the iPhone 4) for taking pictures in Afghanistan. Great examples of the iPhone being used in a breaking news environment for coverage.

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Kevin: Poynter has a great interview with Tiffany Campbell, a six-year veteran of the paper and a lead producer for SeattleTimes.com. She describes how mobile tools such as Twitter and live video service Qik are changing how they report news and interact with audiences. She talks about how they use Twitter not only as a distribution mechanism but also as a content creation platform. "By using Twitter as a mobile platform, we were able to give real-time updates and maintain users' interest in an event." They always see a spike in traffic when they go live with video or tweet a live event. She sees that this is not only changing reporting but also how audiences interact with journalism. People can interact with reporters in real time as they are reporting.

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Kevin: Roy writes: "In a challenging posting, American media commentator George Snell argues that reporting is a commodity but journalism is not." Snell makes a difference between reporting and journalism which involves investigation and analysis. I think reporting is part of good journalism. If you haven't done proper research, it's impossible to do the kind of 'journalism' he's talking about. This post by Roy and the original commentary are worth reading.

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