Klaus Jurgens on Turkey?s future media professionals

Posted by on January 4th, 2010
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Promoting an uncensored press: Meet Turkey?s future media professionals

by KLAUS JURGENS
As 2010 is by now two days old and the nation holds its breath as new revelations are made about shady underworld networks as well as ?official? deep state involvement, with the discovery of the so-called ?cosmic rooms? being only one of the topics, I thought it necessary to give column space to some members of Turkey?s younger generation.

Dinç Bilgin interview in Star.

It is not the first time, old media conglomerate Dinç Bilgin, ex-rival of Aydın Doğan talks “honestly”. But here you are are, another one he talks about his days as a media conglomerate. (In Turkish though)

and more on media…

2010 may be the year for a ?new media?

by YAVUZ BAYDAR
The intense days of 2009 ended with a ?grand finale.? Radical changes were announced in Turkey?s powerful media outlet, Doğan, as Hürriyet Editor-in-Chief Ertuğrul Özkök handed in his resignation, and Aydın Doğan, the proprietor of the group of companies active both in and outside the media, announced that he is pulling back into a passive position by resigning as chairman and member of the board of directors.

Google’s Fast Flip adopted by 55 new publications

from Editors Weblog – all postings by Emma Heald

Google fast flip.png

The Telegraph, Independent and Daily Express are among 55 publications who have joined Google’s Fast Flip experiment, reported the Guardian. Fast Flip displays news stories from different partner publications via screenshots of the articles, which the user can quickly flick through, essentially allowing readers to browse news faster and more visually. It was launched in September with the involvement of 39 publications, most of them US-based.

7 Ways News Media are Becoming More Collaborative

from Mashable! by Vadim Lavrusik

Media and social change since 1990

from media/anthropology by John Postill

I am interested in the question of media and social change, especially from the 1950s to the present. Some historical processes and phases of particular interest include:

* decolonisation and launching of multiple nation-state projects across Africa and Asia-Pacific; government-controlled mass media; Suez disaster confirms French and British decline & USA rise to dominance

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