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Interview with Assist. Prof. Dr. Lemi Baruh about research project COSMIC — Citizen Journalism Everything that happens in the world daily directly depends on the participation of every citizen. The same applies to the reporting. Participation of ordinary citizens and their contribution in a time of crisis is what project COSMIC explores. Everything about COSMIC, citizen journalists and media you can read in our interview with project member – Assist. Prof. Dr.

Introducing the News Lab It’s hard to think of a more important source of information in the world than quality journalism. At its best, news communicates truth to power, keeps societies free and open, and leads to more informed decision-making by people and leaders. In the past decade, better technology and an open Internet have led to a revolution in how news is created, distributed, and consumed.

What’s New in Digital and Social Media Research: The realities of citizen journalism, and new possibilities for transparency — Citizen Journalism Editor’s note: There’s a lot of interesting academic research going on in digital media — but who has time to sift through all those journals and papers? Our friends at Journalist’s Resource, that’s who. JR is a project of the Shorenstein Center on Media, Politics and Public Policy at the Harvard Kennedy School, and they spend their time examining the new academic literature in media, social science, and other fields, summarizing the high points and giving you a point of entry. Here, John Wihbey sums up the top papers in digital media and journalism this month.

TechRaking From CIR and the News Lab at Google The Center for Investigative Reporting and the News Lab at Google are joining forces for an eight-part event series dedicated to connecting journalists with technologists and designers. The goal of TechRaking is to develop transformative ideas and solutions to important challenges that communities face around the world, including ones that specifically impact journalists in reporting news and information. Design and development support across the series will be generously provided by The Working Group. Upcoming Events TechRaking Toronto

Four Steps to Simplify Your Daily Social Media Activities « Social Media Examiner Do you engage with your audience on multiple social platforms? Do you want to work more efficiently? Focusing your efforts on the social channels and engagement signals that are most beneficial to your business can save you time. Opening The Gates To Citizen Journalism — Citizen Journalism It can all start with a tweet. 140 characters are more than enough to be news-breaking. The user’s credentials no longer really matter, only the lead and their reach. User-generated content in journalism means everyone is a creator, promoter, and end-user. In the social space, the big scoop is always up for grabs. The phenomenon of “citizen media” has already started affecting the stories that have us refreshing news sites obsessively.

Bienvenido de vuelta - Pipedrive Pipedrive and Google Calendar Integration Receives a Comprehensive Update hace 3 días The integration between Pipedrive and Google Calendar has received a hefty and strong overhaul, making the integration far faster and more customizable than before. Here’s a brief overview of the 3 updates to the Pipedrive-Google Calendar integration: 1. Subject customization You can now customize the subject line of your calendar event however you like. This […] How to Set Great Sales Goals That Bring Double Digit Growth Community Journalism — Cardiff University 0:09Skip to 0 minutes and 9 secondsAcross Britain and around the world, the internet is allowing new forms of community journalism and hyperlocal websites to flourish. Often, these new services are in areas where traditional newspapers no longer exist. It's an exciting new area of media development. I'm Richard Sambrook, Professor of Journalism here at Cardiff University, where we have a Centre for Community Journalism which studies and supports these new services.

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#Ferguson Shows Why Citizen Journalism Is Still Critical If you’ve been keeping up with the news from Ferguson, Missouri, chances are a lot of the updates and photos are coming from individuals who aren’t journalists, posting live video feeds from their cell phones. When members of the traditional media were being arrested by the police, and the cable news stations were all kicked out or, in the case of Al Jazeera Television, fired at with gas grenades, it was often the alternative news sources and citizen journalists who fed us new information and updates. I spent most of last Friday night, as well as last night (Monday), following what was happening in Ferguson through a variety of Twitter users, including Vice News, Alice Speri, Ryan Reilly, and Adam Serwer, as well as alderman Antonio French (who was arrested Friday night), his wife @Senka, and several LiveStream, Ustream, and Vine users. That’s not to say the mainstream media wasn’t there — they were.

citizen journalism Archives - Pro Blog Service Update: Judge Marco A. Hernandez has since clarified his ruling on this matter, and stated that his ruling was only meant to apply to Crystal Cox, and not all bloggers. Read my latest blog post for the rest of the story. A U.S. district court just ruled that bloggers — at least bloggers in Oregon — are not part of the media, and therefore, not protected by Oregon’s media shield laws. As a citizen journalist, this scares the bejeezus out of me.