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Links 1 through 10 of 235 by Dave Earley tagged journalism

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The Winnipeg Free Press’s cafe has increased reader engagement, helped social media efforts, and apparently made some fine sandwiches.
The open, walk-in-and-chat newsroom is still a rare commodity. In Connecticut, Journal Register’s The Register Citizen has been experimenting with open access to reporters via its news cafe. Other news organizations have hosted one-day news cafes or experimented with stationing single reporters in existing coffee shops.

In Winnipeg, the cafe hosts the paper’s online staff in a Free Press-branded full-service restaurant in the heart of the city’s busy Exchange District.

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One of the newest changes is the site’s approach to breaking news and other events: It’s been experimenting with replacing the traditional write-through concept with a more iterative approach that breaks out updates as individual stories as they develop. It may be more akin to SBNation’s StoryStream concept

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I have been thinking a lot about what students need to learn today.
Here are six proposals in three distinct areas of journalism that are increasingly important today.
Data Journalism 1-2
Social Media and Participation 3-4
Presentation 5-6

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