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Links 1 through 10 of 48 by Andy Dickinson tagged community

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"Community campaigners are finding new voice thanks to the latest online tools"  Sarah Hartley looks at a new report that underlines the positive impact hyperlocal is having in communities. 

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"There seems to be something of a backlash against the value of comments on blogs at the BBC. Or perhaps it might be more accurate to say that existing reservations about comments on blogs are beginning to surface."

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"Journalists wanting evidence of the value of blogs should take a look at the ‘Bleachgate’ story which has taken a month to filter up from 15-year-old Rhys Morgan’s blog post through other skeptic and science bloggers into The Guardian."

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Have a clear purpose, a clear timeframe and clear guidelines. - An interesting post with some useful links

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"The reality is that many newspapers still see comments as some kind of necessary evil: a bone tossed to readers to help drive traffic, but something that produces little else of value."

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Shane Richmond reflects on his experiences at the Telegraph and how the approach to community has matured "Over the years, creating community on the Telegraph’s Web site has come to mean a lot more than someone leaving a comment at the bottom of an article."

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"Keep the comment threads at the end of news stories. But doing that is not enough... you need to have your journalists participate actively in the discussions. If you do all of that, you can host great discussions at the end of your news stories and who wouldn't want that?"

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Dan Mason looks at how easy it is to connect on news sites "To be fair, local websites have travelled a huge distance in the last two years, with committed journalists doing their best against the odds. But this exercise brought home how ‘media; is truly only half the story now and forever. ‘Social’ comes first. No relationship. No journalism. No business."

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