citizen journalism

23
Jul
2008

2
Dez
2007

CitizenJournalist in 10 Steps ;-)

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10 STEPS TO CITIZEN JOURNALISM ONLINE is an interactive training module intended as a basic introduction to the new online world of Web logs or "blogs."

We all have news and stories to tell. But the Internet lets us tell our stories to the world. If you want to tell something important to others, this guide will help you. It's a basic outline that will help you build the machinery that runs your blog: your words and images. Other guides are technological. This guide tells you how to gather information and how to tell it –and tell it accurately.

Citizen Journalism: From Pamphlet to Blog



Cambridge Community Television hosted a 3-month documentary production course that resulted in this short documentary on Citizen Journalism. The Project Documentary team includes: Jason Crow, Shaun Clarke, Darcie Deangelo, Amy Mertl, Buz Owen, Jason Ong, Matt Landry, Mayana Leocadio.

Networked Journalism Summit


Networked Journalism Summit from CUNY Graduate School of Journali on Vimeo.

Presented by the City University of New York Graduate School of Journalism

8
Jun
2007

14. World Editors Forum in Cape Town - Sessions bei YouTube

  • Die Multizeitungsredaktion
  • Print und digital in die Arbeitsprozesse integriert
  • Nutzergenerierter Inhalt
  • Qualitätsjournalismus mit schrumpfenden Budgets produzieren......
Dies waren nur einige der Fragen, die auf dem 14. Internationalen Forum der Chefredakteure (Chefredaktoren) behandelt wurden, das vom 3. bis 6. Juni dieses Jahres im südafrikanischen Kapstadt stattfand. Hier einige Aufnahmen der Sessions:


WEF: Session Five: Front Page vs Home Page




WEF: Session Four: User generated content




WEF: Session Three: Integrated newsrooms




WEF: Session Seven: Free papers producing quality journalism




WEF: Session Two: Multi-newspaper newsrooms




Mehr Sessions gibts bei: YouTube ....

(Via: http://www.visualeditors.com/ )

Vom Umgang mit Kommentaren - The audience strikes back ;-)

Wie sollen Medien mit LeserInnen-Kommentaren umgehen? Pat Walters hat einige interessante Meinungen und Ansätze diverser Medien bei Poynter.org zusammengetragen:

Jim Brady, Editor der washingtonpost.com :

"The main issues we've had with comments are the same ones other news organizations have experienced: monitoring and tone. That said, I view commenting as an essential part of where online journalism is headed, and news organizations need to heal the existing wounds and not amputate the limb. For us, engaging readers -- through blogs, comments on articles, live discussions, hyperlinked bylines, social networking functions -- is absolutely essential: it builds immense loyalty with readers, it allows communities to form around common interests, it makes readers feel like they're participating and not watching from the outside. Most of that is lost on folks who don't understand the difficulties all Web sites face in attracting and retaining readers. Community is a differentiator."

Und Heather Moore, NYTimes.com Community Editor:

"Unlike traditional Letters to the Editor, reader comments at The Times are not edited and the great majority of them are published. Moderating, like editing, is an art and every moderator's touch is slightly different. But the guidelines we provide are clear: no personal attacks and no vulgarity or profanity of any kind. Offensiveness can sometimes be a matter of interpretation. We aim to lean on the side of good taste and respectfulness. While our moderators move quickly, it's not fast enough for some used to instant gratification. We hope the majority of folks who choose us for their news agree that protecting the conversation is worth it."


Weitere Beispiele wie WallStreet Journal, Slashdot, Open Source gibts bei Poynter: Dealing with Comments: A Few Interesting Approaches (Via: Cyberjournalist.net )

4
Jun
2007

AssignmentZero - Der Contdown läuft

AssignmentZero: Der Contdown läuft:

assignzer
http://zero.newassignment.net/

Tish Gier schreibt:

"The Editorial Team has been working overtime pulling together all the various editorial elements we will need to have in place for our June 5 publication date."


und weiter:

"It's been a pretty busy "newsroom" over here--except that we're not all in the same space, nor are we all working at the exact same time. At times it has the feeling of a 24-hour newsroom with a staff of five--copious emails at all sorts of times of day. Then there are times when it's as if no one's around at all (and there are metaphorical crickets chirping in the background.) Yet even in those moments, one of us, somewhere, is busy with some particular task that will help all those bits and pieces and efforts coalesce into something pretty darned amazing. . .Stay tuned...."

Via: AssignmentZero Editor's Blog

23
Mrz
2007

CroudSourcing ... beta

zeroassign
http://zero.newassignment.net/

Welcome. We're covering a story: How the Web makes it possible for the crowd to be the source of good ideas. But instead of one journalist reporting, we've created a site where many people can work on the story, with editors as guides. You are now in the Newsroom, where you can find an overview and learn what others are doing. The Assignment Desk is where you can see what we're covering in detail, and get an assignment. The Exchange is a place to offer new ideas. Check the day's developments with The Scoop. Ready?

Join up: http://zero.newassignment.net/

(Via: http://www.newassignment.net/ resp. http://www.wired.com/)

8
Mrz
2007

Doc Searls: The Net is a giant zero

"The Net is a giant zero. It puts everybody zero distance from everybody and everything else. And it supports publishing and broadcasting at costs that round to zero as well.

It is essential for the mainstream media to understand that the larger information ecosystem is one that grows wild on the Net and supports everybody who wants to inform anybody else. It no longer grows inside the mainstream media's walled gardens.

Those gardens will continue to thrive only to the degree that they do two things: 1) open up; and 2) live symbiotically with individuals outside who want to work together for common purposes."


Via: Doc Searls Weblog: Giant zero journalism

http://doc.weblogs.com/2007/03/06#giantZeroJournalism

6
Mrz
2007

Community und Citizen Media - Wieviel Partizipation tut gut?

Interessanter Artikel von Marc Glaser bei mediashift:

Community Is Key to Participation in Citizen Media:

When I asked you what would motivate you to submit stories, photos or video to a particular citizen media site, your answers followed one theme: give us community, give us a sense of belonging.


und nicht minder interessant und brandaktuell ;-):

How much audience participation is right for a news site?


Via: Cyberjournalist.net

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