Web2.0

3
Okt
2008

Videos bei der Wahington Post



Via: beet-TV: Washington Post Serves Record 1.4 Million Video Streams in August.....Dana Milbank is a Video Star!

Apropos User-Generated-Content ... Kein Produkt - Viel mehr ein Prozess


"The newspaper and news industry discussions about what they call user-generated video miss the point. Seriously. All these news orgs fell all over themselves trying to hop on the online video bandwagon as fast as they could. Some of them thought UGC needed to be part of the mix, and some did not, but in either case, the rush to video had much to do with the explosion of YouTube. The explosion of YouTube was only partly about video.

The other parts: community, sharing, communication, identity, self-expression.

Everybody in journalism needs to understand this. This is a huge piece that’s missing from the puzzle of how to save journalism."


Das ist genau der Punkt: Bein User-Generated-Content geht es wenig um den eigentlichen Content,...es geht viel mehr um das "Drumrum":

The reason why user-generated content matters is less the content and more the activity about it. The traditional media tend to view user content as a product, whereas it should be looking at it as a process.


Via: Teaching Online Journalism

1
Okt
2008

Journalismus 2.0 - Welche Skills sind heute gefragt?

Was muss ein Journalist heute beherrschen um im Internet-Umfeld bestehen zu können? Was wünschen sich die Profis?
Absolventen von Journalistenschulen und/oder Unis benötigen "Basic Skiills", Offenheit und Flexibilität für ihr berufliche Zukunft im Journalismus.

Gute Ansätze liefern hier einige Leute von der Front,... also keine Schreibtischtäter - sondern Praktiker/Macher. Gefragt sind Journalisten, die das Internet begriffen haben und die damit einhergehenden Veränderungen der Rezeptionsgewohnheiten, .... u.s.w. ;-)

Schliesslich bleibt bei den heutigen knappen Budgets nun wirklich keine Zeit mehr für Cyber-Entwicklungshilfe ,... obwohl sie doch immer wieder so verdammt nötig wäre, die Entwicklungshilfe ... ähem ...neue Medienkompetenz - ganz besonders für Journis ...


Jim Brady, executive editor of WashingtonPost.com



Peter Horrocks, head of the BBC’s multimedia newsroom



Geneva Overholser, director of the School of Journalism at the University of Southern California’s Annenberg School for Communication



Rosental Alves, director of the Knight Center for Journalism in the Americas at the University of Texas in Austin



Robert Scoble Robert Scoble, prominent blogger with his blog Scobleizer, on what he expects from journalism graduates.

Via: Mediashift - Journalism Grads Need Basic Skills Plus Openness, Flexibility

Und ausserdem noch ...

An anthropological introduction to YouTube ;-))




Via chiperoni.org resp. adventures in teaching and learning

1
Sep
2008

Achillesferse der Zeitungen: Copy & Paste

"It’s improbable that a journalist with little to no prior knowledge of a subject he or she is writing about, will be the most qualified person to deliver a report by relaying information from unseen, unexamined and unheard sources.

And while there is something to be said for this process serving the free press astoundingly well during the printing press era, it would be down right arrogant to assume future reporting will remain credible without attributing a link for every piece of information."


Tom Cheredar, newassignment.net, 'Achilles' Heel' of Newspapers - Copy & Paste

31
Jul
2008

The Rise of Crowdsourcing: Creative Wisdom of the Crowd



Via: MIT/Stanford Venture Lab - A collection of events presented by the MIT/Stanford Venture Lab:
http://www.omnisio.com/vlab

27
Jul
2008

Steve Outing: "Your news-web-site can help create micro-communities"

"As the situation becomes increasingly dire for the newspaper industry, everyone's looking for a groundbreaking new business model to save the day. I'm sorry that the concept I've presented here isn't The Answer. But it is a part of the answer.

We know that reader/audience participation is the new way, and newspapers must embrace it much more so than they have. It's not just about serving the news needs of our community, but also in facilitating interaction and communication between members of the community and supporting their interests.

Your news Web site can help create micro-communities (sometimes temporary, based around a story; sometimes longer lasting) of community members and experts who share an interest or passion about a topic by using the techniques described here."


Steve Outing: Stop the Presses - Web Integration on a Grander Scale

Jay Rosen: Using Social Networking in Reporting

Posted to SABEW by SABEW Admin on May 06, 2008

Via: The News University Training Blog

Medpedia in den Startlöchern - Endlich!

medpedia

Start soll Ende dieses Jahres sein, eine Vorschau-Seite wurde nun aufgeschaltet.

The Medpedia Project announced the formation of the world’s largest collaborative online encyclopedia of medicine called Medpedia. Physicians, medical schools, hospitals, health organizations and public health professionals are now volunteering to collaboratively build the most comprehensive medical clearinghouse in the world for information about health, medicine and the body. This free public site will officially launch at the end of 2008, and a preview site becomes available today at http://www.medpedia.com.

Harvard Medical School, Stanford School of Medicine, the University of California Berkeley School of Public Health, the University of Michigan Medical School and dozens of health organizations around the world are contributing to The Medpedia Project in various ways.

Many organizations will contribute seed content free of copyright restrictions. Harvard Medical School will publish content to uneditable areas that members of their faculty have created as part of a medical school wide effort. Others organizations, such as University of Michigan Medical School will encourage members of their faculty to edit Medpedia as individuals.


Hier gehts zur vollständigen Pressemitteilung

23
Jul
2008

logo

CyberWriter

Alles fliesst und nichts bleibt (Heraklit von Ephesos)

button.php

cybibutton

cybibuttondouble

cybibutton-white

cybistag

idealab_promo

CoComment

Add to Technorati Favorites

sbp-button_hellblau2

Impressum

Add to Netvibes

rss2pdf
CyberWriter als pdf


I am a hard bloggin' scientist. Read the Manifesto.

NUL
Recommandé par des Influenceurs.

Keep on Blogging!

welcometothewww



oldeurope

tibetnews

zurinet

winkewinke

www.flickr.com
CyberWriter's photos More of CyberWriter's photos
Diese Seite zu Mister Wong hinzufügen

Status

Online seit 5371 Tagen
Zuletzt aktualisiert: 8. Nov, 02:01

Suche

 

User Status

Du bist nicht angemeldet.

Aktuelle Beiträge

GUGUCK
Sali Marie, wie gohts denn Dir ?
piccolomini - 21. Mai, 17:59
Danggscheen
fir das wirgglig scheen fasnächtlig Kaleidoskop...
piccolomini - 21. Mai, 17:40
Von hochgelagerten Füssen...
...
Cyberwriter - 1. Mrz, 13:50
Aha,
Aha,
boomerang - 13. Feb, 21:59
huhuu
huhuu
irgendeinisch - 13. Feb, 19:11
Guguck ....
Guguck ....
Cyberwriter - 13. Feb, 18:51
"It’s the Journalism, Stupid...
Via Pjnet.org auf einen äusserst interessanten...
Cyberwriter - 18. Mrz, 21:35
A bad thing ;-)
Cyberwriter - 16. Mrz, 16:37
Die New York Times forscht an der...
"Paper is dying, but it’s just a device" sagt...
Cyberwriter - 13. Mrz, 13:48
What's that Twitter???
Cyberwriter - 6. Mrz, 14:56

LinX - FriendZ

Credits

vi knallgrau GmbH

powered by Antville powered by Helma


Creative Commons License

xml version of this page
xml version of this page (summary)
xml version of this topic

twoday.net AGB



geoURL-RELOADED

GeoURL

Blogarama - The Blog Directory

Get Firefox! Get Thunderbird!

weblogfaq-button

Schweizer Podcast-Verzeichnis



blogtrends

Schweizer Blog Verzeichnis

Blogwise - blog directory

CoComment

CoComment

Digg!

Download iPodder, the cross-platform podcast receiver


« »



I’m a swiss blog!

walking

list.blogug.ch


Absinthe
Basel
Basler Fasnacht
Basler Fasnacht 06
Basler Fasnacht 07
basler fasnacht 08
BaZ and the City
baz-illus RSS
blogcamp2007
blogcampswitzerland
blogcampSwitzerland01
BloggerCon 03
Blogging
Blogging Basel
BlogTalk
citizen journalism
... weitere
Profil
Abmelden
Weblog abonnieren