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The Guardian moves towards open journalism and digital engagement

from Editors Weblog – all postings by Federica Cherubini
News can reach you as an article, a picture, or a video, or it could be from a tweet or a Facebook update.

Taking this into account is what inspired open journalism: the new editorial approach The Guardian is experimenting with which is based on the centrality of a two-way relationship between the newspaper and the readers.

How The Guardian would cover ?The Three Little Pigs?

from CyberJournalist.net by Jonathan Dube
The Guardian has created a clever new ad campaign, which features a 21st-century twist on the tale of the three little pigs. The dramatic ad follows a developing story of three little pigs being arrested in a police raid, highlighting the Guardian?s coverage and interaction with readers and.

The 25 most viral news sites

from CyberJournalist.net by Jonathan Dube
Newswhip, a site that tracks what news stories the world is talking about, has published a new infographic showing which are the most viral news sources on Twitter and Facebook. The BBC is tops on Twitter and The Huffington Post on Facebook.


Five Tips for Freeing Up Resources to Help Keep Your Online Newsroom Updated

from social media vb by tekgroup
An updated online newsroom is crucial to the success of an organization?s overall public relations strategy. Frequent posting of content to an online newsroom not only is critical to search engine optimization, but also positions your organization to be an industry thought leader.

Looking to Europe for news-industry innovation, Part 1: Sanoma?s big bundled success

from Nieman Journalism Lab by Ken Doctor

Looking to Europe for news-industry innovation, Part 2: Schibsted?s stunning classifieds and services business

from Nieman Journalism Lab by Ken Doctor

Looking for coverage? Press Pass, a Twitter-powered journalist directory may be the answer

from The Next Web by Nancy Messieh

Tweeting a War: How One Journalist Is Using Twitter in Afghanistan

from Mashable! by Alex Fitzpatrick

2012-02-18 Revolutionary Journalism in a Time of Universal Deceit

from WL Central by

Image Credit: Original Image – Time Cover Image “Do You Want to Know a Secret?” Dec. 13, 2010 Modified by idlewild606

WikiLeak’s rise to prominence as the world’s first stateless media organization has carried it into the center of a massive storm of controversy. On one hand WikiLeaks and Julian Assange have widespread global support and havewon numerous journalism awards. On the other hand, the US government portrayed them as a criminal entity, as a sort of spy organization and certainly not a member of the press protected by the First Amendment. Some top US officials called Assange a high-tech terrorist and should be prosecuted under the Espionage Act of 1917.

Government-media relations after WikiLeaks and The News of the World

from Editors Weblog – all postings by Emma Heald

By William Granger

How have government-media relations changed after the arrival of WikiLeaks and the scandal at the News of the World, wondered panellists at a WPFC and UNESCO-organised conference in Paris last week, The Media World after WikiLeaks and News of the World.

The role of the Internet: between freedom of expression and regulation

from Editors Weblog – all postings by Federica Cherubini

The Internet is not an actor in itself and reflects the motives and the will of those who use it, said Cynthia Wongat the  WPFC and UNESCO-organised conference in Paris last week, The Media World after WikiLeaks and News of the World.

Collaboration is key: professional and citizen journalism after WikiLeaks

from Editors Weblog – all postings by Hannah Vinter

“Everybody is a journalist now”.

This phrase has been repeated so many times that it’s become a cliché, but that’s not to say that a consensus has been reached about what it really means for the news industry. How should news organisations approach material from citizen journalists? Should lines be drawn between professional and citizen media? How can the work of citizen journalists be effectively verified?

The economics behind one of YouTube?s most successful creators

from CyberJournalist.net by Jonathan Dube

Maker Studios is one of YouTube?s biggest and most-successful content creators, with more than 160 full-time staff. When YouTube started dishing out $100 million last year for new channels, as part of an effort to generate more than 25 original hours of programming, Maker ?won?…

Wadah Khanfar: A look inside Al Jazeera and the Arab media

from Nieman Journalism Lab by Joshua Benton

As we mentioned last week, we were very excited to see Wadah Khanfar, former leader of Al Jazeera, come to MIT to give a talk on Friday. He spoke about both the wave of revolutions in the Arab world and the role of his network ? now a global player ? in the events of the Arab Spring. The video?s above; after his remarks, he has a discussion on stage with MIT?s Ethan Zuckerman and Joi Ito along with Mohamed Nanabhey of Al Jazeera English, followed by Q&A.

New model to support long-form journalism: Matter

from Editors Weblog – all postings by Emma Heald

What do we want? In-depth journalism! When do we want it? Now!

5 Theories on the Death of Cable TV — And Why They’re Wrong

from MediaShift

Data-Driven Investigative Journalism: No Laughing Matter

from MediaShift

Jon Stewart is really, really funny when he makes fun of journalism. In “The Daily Show’s” parody of the broadcast and cable news product, the show’s writers and producers skewer not only the gloss, polish and stilted tone, but also the editorial decisions.

WAN-IFRA news: 2012 Golden Pen of Freedom awarded to Anabel Hernández

from Editors Weblog – all postings by Emma Heald

Anabel Hernández, a Mexican journalist and writer known for her investigative reporting on corruption and the abuse of power in Mexican politics, has been awarded the 2012 Golden Pen of Freedom, the annual press freedom prize of the World Association of Newspapers and News Publishers (WAN-IFRA).

Technology Journalism: The Jobs Are There; the Journalists Are Not

from MediaShift

BARCELONA — If journalism is a profession in trouble, you would never know it from the newsroom at the Mobile World Congress.

The newsonomics of crossover

from Nieman Journalism Lab by Ken Doctor

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