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Morgane Tual. Le bécédaire du journalisme en ligne. The Internet in East Africa: An aid or a weapon? Frank Nyakairu has seen it all.
A veteran war reporter, he has covered the horrors of northern Uganda and Somalia, among others places. And throughout this time of rich but often appalling experiences, he has also seen the auspicious--and sometimes terrifying--impact the Internet has had on East African reporters. Nyakairu spoke at a recent workshop held in Johannesburg, South Africa, co-organized by Global Voices, Google Africa, and CPJ.
Summify - Transmedia Lab. A manifesto for “augmented journalism” Essentially everything that is currently disrupting journalism today did not exist in 2000: high-speed Internet connections, blogs, podcasts, RSS feeds, Google News, Gmail, YouTube, Facebook, Twitter, iTunes, apps, flat screens, HD, 3D, WiFi, geotagging, metadata, iPods, mobile internet, smartphones, iPhones, BlackBerry phones, tablets, Andriods, iPad, e-books, streaming videos, etc… Journalists in new media are facing a transformational crisis.
It’s as significant as the invention of the telegraph in the nineteenth century, and is as groundbreaking as the invention of the printing press for the Catholic Church during the fifteenth century. I say “It has been less than 10 years,” because the heart of the information revolution did not form in the mid-1990s with the advent of the Internet (which was too quickly branded as the new distribution medium comparable to Minitel). Media Cloud. Journalist's Toolbox Update: May 10, 2011 - The Journalist's Toolbox.
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J-Lab : The Institute for Interactive Journalism. Polis - POLIS - Department of Media and Communications. RECAP: 2014 Polis Journalism Conference| The 5th Polis Journalism Conference on the topic of Transparency and Accountability was the biggest and most successful yet.
The LSE now hosts the UK's most important annual gathering of international journalists. There were at least 700 attendees throughout the day to watch more than 40 speakers from the media industry. Highlights of the conference included keynotes by Alan Rusbridger, Editor of the Guardian and Ian Katz, Editor of BBC Newsnight in conversation with Krishnan Guru-Murthy of Channel 4 News. Other panellists included Cathy Newman of Channel 4 News, Tom Giles of BBC Panorama and Luke Lewis, Editor of Buzzfeed UK.