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Links 1 through 10 of 155 by sarah hartley tagged media

Finally, you should host hangout sessions with your readers and reporters and sources. At least try it. It may prove to be unwieldy and you might go back to something like UStream or CoverItLive chats. But I think it would be great to have a reporter interviewing a source or answering questions, either on one screen or on separate screens in different locations, and allowing the readers to participate real-time and not just as a chat room. It might be slightly awkward, and you might get the one crazy person who interrupts, but you’ll have that anywhere. It might produce some interesting conversations and even break some news, though.

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The social layer doesn’t replace social networks, of course. We’ll still continue to use Facebook, Twitter, and the things that come after them to keep up with friends, find new ones and discover information. The social layer is built on top of the networks, made possible by the fact that the networks themselves are no longer a novelty.

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Little calls this the “human algorithm,” and I think it’s a necessary step in the future of journalism and media. If anyone can report, and anyone can function as a journalist, then we need everyone to be able to help confirm and verify reports like the ones Andy and the BBC are getting. That’s not something a single person or even a group of editors at a specific outlet can do in real-time.

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1. The more people who participate in the press the stronger it will be.

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The module is created by two news veterans who now devote their time to teaching the ever-evolving tools of the trade. One is Wendell Cochran, director of the Journalism Division at the School of Communication at American University. He brings 40 years of experience in print and online, with a specialty in both investigative reporting and in tracking campaign financing. The other is Amy Eisman, director of writing programs at SOC, a long-time editor who has devoted much of her time recently to teaching Web writing and presentation both in the classroom and in the newsroom.

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Journalism thrived in decades past because news media were the primary means by which industry reached customers. In the new media landscape, there are many ways to reach the audience, and news represents only a small share.

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Are communication staff or public relations agencies making the most of these sites. For example, have the local supermarkets found a way to work with the sites that operate in their area? Does the local GP use the hyperlocal websites to share key information? Have other businesses in the area recognised that they can target their local customers?

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Bell’s work at the Tow Center is a continuation of that recognition — but also the product of another recognition that innovation, to some degree, requires stepping outside of the industry in order to observe it and affect its course. “As an operative in a daily news organization, it was getting harder and harder to connect” to the innovation side of journalism, Bell noted. Increasingly, “I think the space for doing that in your daily lives, as working journalists, is extremely limited — and the necessity to do it is greater than ever.”

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journalists should refrain from debating issues within the Star’s online comments forum to avoid any suggestion that they may be biased in their reporting

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The findings reveal a wide disparity in digital revenue pulled by various newspapers….

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