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A la carte journalism: can CrowdNe.ws be the iTunes of articles? 24h dans une rédaction. Tutorials. What journalists need to know about interviewing for video. Interviews are a cornerstone of video storytelling because they provide emotion, content and structure, especially in documentary-style stories with little or no narration.

What journalists need to know about interviewing for video

Good interviews make for good videos. Fortunately, most of what you’ve learned about interviewing applies to video. Masterfile (Research Database) The ‘Masterfile’ is a simple, yet effective database for researchers.

Masterfile (Research Database)

It allows contacts, documents, questions, calendars, logs and notes to be kept together in one file. And it enables quick searching, sorting and selecting. The story almost writes itself, with this database! The ‘Masterfile’ is created in Microsoft Excel. [Expert] Le "journalisme long" se perd ? Tant mieux ! par Cyrille Frank.

Visual storytelling tool Storyplanet aiming for 2013 launch. Storyplanet plans to launch publicly this year as a tool to allow journalists to package together multimedia content.

Visual storytelling tool Storyplanet aiming for 2013 launch

The new platform has been in beta testing since May 2012, with trials in newsrooms including Al Jazeera and Time magazine. The platform enables users – such as journalists and photographers – to build interactive and visually captivating packages of content, which can then be embedded within a news site. We discussed the concept with founder Bjarke Myrthu, who describes Storyplanet as "a packaging or a wrapping or an interface tool", which journalists can use to bring together collections of their work in a great user experience. "So if you have a bunch of different media types, some text, some video, some photos, you can create a really nice package out of it that people can navigate in different ways," Myrthu added. 10 ways young journalists can make themselves more marketable. While many recent changes in journalism have led to budget cuts and layoffs, others have created new opportunities — to tell stories in nontraditional ways, develop different skills, and guide the industry in promising directions.

10 ways young journalists can make themselves more marketable

Now more than ever, young journalists need to show how they can help newsrooms navigate the changes they’re undergoing. Below, I’ve listed 10 steps you can take to make yourself more marketable as a young journalist. They’re based on a recent talk I gave at my alma mater, Providence College. 3 Tech Trends That Show Journalism of the Future - 10,000 Words — www.mediabistro. CES is the ultimate in tech tools for all kinds of people, and with the level of hardware that the 2013 installment has already showcased in just its first day, there’s plenty to drool over.

3 Tech Trends That Show Journalism of the Future - 10,000 Words — www.mediabistro

Even better, companies have unveiled some awesome trends and gadgets that you’re likely to see in your journalism arsenal in the near future. If you’ve got some extra pocket money to spend or if you’re just a glutton for punishment, feast your eyes on some of the best and hottest tech trends that will take your reporting skills to the next level. What gadget trends are you most excited for? Let us know in the comments. 1. Relater les épisodes judiciaires d’une élue de premier plan « webjournaliste en presse régionale et locale.

Press Pass – a live directory of journalists organized by beat, outlet, & region. Outils de qualité et bonnes pratiques. 15 Must-Have Collaboration Tools for Journalists. While collaboration can’t run on technology alone (our roundup of collaboration best practices makes the need for human planning and participation clear), tech tools definitely make working together easier today than it’s ever been before.

15 Must-Have Collaboration Tools for Journalists

The following websites, apps and software help journalists work together on multimedia storytelling, data visualization, and more. Please comment to share additional collaboration tools you recommend. ScribbleLive ScribbleLive is a comprehensive content-management system optimized for covering news and events in real time. Collaborative live-blogging on ScribbleLive incorporates photos, videos, social media, SMS and voicemail. How tech’s giants want to re-invent journalism. Some of Silicon Valley’s biggest technology companies reject suggestions they are now news organisations.

How tech’s giants want to re-invent journalism

But they nevertheless think they have the prescription for what news media must do next… First, the disclosures: “We’re not a news company,” Google’s head of news products and Google+ programming Richard Gingras told media executives at the Paley Center’s international council of media executives in Madrid on Thursday. “We’re a platform,” Facebook’s journalism manager Vadim Lavrusik duly followed.

Forget That Survey. Here's Why Journalism Is The Best Job Ever. 15 Newsroom Tools From CIR’s TechRaking Conference. The Googleplex where TechRaking was held.

15 Newsroom Tools From CIR’s TechRaking Conference

MOUNTAIN VIEW, CALIF. — About 200 journalists and techies gathered at the Googleplex yesterday to try to find a more perfect union between muckrakers and technologists at first-ever TechRaking conference. One of the common themes: If we have to do more with less, then technology has to make up the difference. Liste des outils utiles pour les journalistes, les blogueurs… (et pour toi aussi) Www.reseau-oudinot.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/03/Journaliste-chronique-d-une-mort-annoncée.pdf. All the News That's Fit to Click: Analyzing New York Times Design.

Overview | How is The New York Times designed, and how does its look and feel, both in print and online, contribute to the reader’s experience of the content?

All the News That's Fit to Click: Analyzing New York Times Design

What design theories inform the layout of newspapers and their Web sites? In this lesson, students learn about design principles and elements and compare the way The Times and other media outlets use those elements to create both a design look and an organizational structure readers can navigate. Materials | Student journals, computers with Internet access, paper copies of today’s New York Times.

Warm-Up | Tell students to pair up to spend 10 minutes exploring The New York Times. Have half of the pairs work with the print edition while the other half works with NYTimes.com. Avenir du journalisme. How Journalists Can Use LinkedIn. Many people think the main task of a journalist is to write.

How Journalists Can Use LinkedIn

That’s part of the job, of course, but sourcing and checking stories is probably as important. It has always been the case, but luckily, new tools have made our lives much easier. No need to make ten phone calls to locate the right person to interview, as social networks have become an important tool for newsrooms. Why it’s time for journalists to pay attention to Pinterest & what you can do there.

The Internet is buzzing about Pinterest, a newly hot social network that sits somewhere between Tumblr and Delicious. But does Pinterest deserve a spot on the list of essential services for the socially savvy journalist? Visits to Pinterest took off in the last half of 2011, according to this chart from Experian Hitwise. These digital, visual pinboards had almost 32 million visits in November, and traffic is about 40 times higher than six months ago, according to Experian Hitwise.

Pinterest is now the No. 7 social networking site by visits, ahead of MySpace and Google+. Ten LinkedIn tips for journalists. A handful of treats on how to use LinkedIn as a journalist Credit: Image by Nan Palmero on Flickr. Some rights reserved. It is 10 years this year since LinkedIn was started in the living room of Reid Hoffman before being launched in May 2003. This guide looks at how journalists can use the social network to search for stories, make contacts and manage communities of readers.

The Next Great Media Form - Summify. Many have written about the changing news business, how the economics of inefficiency that characterized newspapers ad sales, which still are the lion's share of revenues, don't apply in a world of plenty; how anyone with a smartphone and camera can act as a reporter and draw eyeballs away from so-called mainstream sites; how publishers are hoping the iPad and the teeming apps ecosystem will somehow toss them a lifeline. Fewer, however, have addressed how the actual content is changing.

But we are in the midst of a transformative shift in the craft of journalism. The Art Of The Live Blog. Earlier this year Anthony DeRosa was working on the agency side of Reuters, managing its API, when editors on the news side heard of his side project, a news blog on Tumblr called Soup that had cracked the top 25 of all tumblogs tracked by Compete--more than 2.3 million of them. In addition to his popularity on Tumblr--Mashable anointed his blog one of top tumblers of 2008--DeRosa was also a respected member of the Twitterati, with NBC New York naming him one of the "20 individuals who shape the local conversation. " In July Reuters named him social media editor with the edict to extend Reuter's brand, attract more people to its news, and assist its reporters and editors in using social media.

Recently, I caught up with DeRosa at Thomson Reuters headquarters in Times Square, New York. New Twitter formalizes news wire service function. What started as a simple, chronological Twitter timeline of your friends’ short messages is now actively curating the news and information that flows through the social network. Twitter’s new “discover” page shows trending news and content that may interest me, based on who I follow and where I’m located. As part of a major redesign, Twitter is launching a new “discover” section — a personalized stream of news stories and other information “based on your current location, what you follow and what’s happening in the world.” Tips for writing radio news scripts. How To Take iPhone Photos. 10 tips for recording a better interview. 10 gadgets para para periodistas que usan iPhone o iPad. 12 Tips To Help Overcome Writer’s Block. 12 consejos que te ayudarán a superar el bloqueo creativo.

Marketing, Journalism, and Truth as Competitive Advantage. [infographie] Comment faire une recherche efficace sur Google. How to: best post news on Twitter and Facebook. Getting the News — Anthony De Rosa. L-IPhotojournalisme-une-nouvelle. How Transmedia Storytelling Is Changing TV. Ten technical Twitter tips for journalists. A tool to work out when to tweet. Journalists: 5 real-world tips for jumping into PR. Spéciale dernière : La presse n’est plus à vendre - Web 1,2,3ElectronLibre.

Tous scotchés au live. “We Are Journalists” Tumblr Recalls The Romanticism of Reporting. Why does the future of news have to be us versus them? Is Google helping journalists, or co-opting them? Google will begin integrating journalists’ Google-ized identities into Google News. Three lessons news sites can take from the launch of The Verge. Don’t think of it as a newspaper — it’s a data platform. [tutoriels] Le kit (de survie) du journaliste multimédia.

Life and Code: Life and Code’s Learn To Code Resources Page. Meet Scroll, a new tool that wants to de-templatize the news web. Wikipedia Isn't Journalism, But Are Wikipedians Reluctant Journalists? [check-list] 15 idées originales pour bien expliquer une info. When is Google going to really disrupt the news business? Five Google tools journalists don't use but should. Why I Write: Q. and A. With Seven Times Journalists. Journalisme numérique: 10 compétences clés. Outils et services web de qualités pour journalistes, blogueurs - NewsRessources  Contently launches a modern marketplace for writers, putting an end to content farms. Etude Orange et Terra fémina: comment les réseaux sociaux bousculent l’info. The Guardian is opening up its newslists so you can help us make news. Le meilleur ami du reporter.

Like them or not, the latest changes to Facebook offer big ideas for news orgs. L'utilisation des médias sociaux par les journalistes. What media companies should learn from Tumblr’s success. Jux Reinvents The Blog as a Full-Screen Experience. Google Brings State-of-the-Art Dynamic Layouts to Blogger. If “he said, she said” journalism is irretrievably lame, what’s better? Tool of the Day: Meporter. Is Branded Journalism Still Journalism?

10 ways journalists can use Twitter before, during and after reporting a story. 10 Awesome Free Tools To Make Infographics. How do you ‘convert’ curmudgeon journalists to using Twitter? The Complete Guide To Facebook’s Subscribe Button. New Media Makers Toolkit. 5 things journalists need to know about new Facebook subscription feature. Journalists Flock to LinkedIn. How Tumblr is Changing Journalism.