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Links 1 through 10 of 52 by Andy Dickinson tagged blogging

This post highlights some of the problems hyperlocal sites face when dealing with the council. It raised some interesting discussion on twitter which showed this is not an isolated incident

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"the most common category error I see around blogging and journalism is hacks shoving straight inverted pyramid, 350 word news stories (or opinion pieces) into a blog and calling it blogging."

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Paul Bradshaw has recorded a 48 minute presentation covering ‘Blogging, Twitter and Journalism‘ for the Henry Stewart series of talks. It’s designed for journalism students. Well worth a listen

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"The story of how blogging is changing journalism at the BBC is told in my research paper, The Blogging BBC: Journalism blogs at “the world’s most trusted news organisation”, published in the August edition of Journalism Practice." and the blog post has lots more interesting stuff around the subject of blogging inside a media organisation

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Very interesting article and one that offers good advice. "So if you run or contribute to a hyperlocal website, forum etc imagine waking up one day to find a nice shiny shrink-wrapped journalist on your doorstep with passable modern media skills and all the classic attributes a journalist should have (I said ‘imagine’ not all journalists are NOWesque in the same way not all hyperlocal bloggers are foaming mad Sid Nutters). And imagine that journalist is yours for say a day a week or can work with a herd of local blogs over the week. What would you do with them?"

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Techcrunch continue a bit of an AOL series with the news that "AOL now has 1,500 people writing content across its scores of content sub-brands, we’ve confirmed. Around 1,000 of those people are working full time for AOL, the rest are freelancing. " A lot compared to some. Minor leagues compared to others. That said AOL could prove an interesting model for critical mass content producers - just big enough...

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A genuninly interesting study but. of course, the spin on this is the way MSM drives blogs but it's still dissapointing to see the more important and potentially bigger issue of stories sourced from new media (and I would like this to be more than blogs) and how that is referenced in the MSM.

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When journos err its an honest mistake. When bloggers do it's gossip and rumour. It's all down to intent you see. Proper journos always intend the best. More of the gnostic journalism school of old media defense strategies.

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Darren Rowse at Problogger has posted about things that potential bloggers (”Pre-Bloggers”) need to think about. This article is Matt Wardman's response to this article and top 21 points for pre-bloggers to think about. Very interesting it is to.

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"It’s time for some short-takes: stuff I find interesting around the blogosphere for journalist bloggers" A nice round up of blogging jouno related stuff.

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