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Etude Orange et Terra fémina: comment les réseaux sociaux bousculent l’info

Etude Orange et Terra fémina: comment les réseaux sociaux bousculent l’info
Le temps où l’info sur le Web était réservé aux happy few est loin. Plus de 7 Français sur 10 consultent des informations sur Internet, via les portails d’actualité (Google Actualités, Yahoo! Actualités, etc.) ou les sites des grands médias (,,,…), révèle une étude réalisée sur 1.005 personnes âgées de 18 ans et plus par l’Observatoire Orange et Terra Femina et intitulée de «20h à Twitter: les réseaux sociaux bousculent l’info». Dans ce cadre, l’affaire DSK a été un cas d’école pour les médias, partant d’un tweet d’un étudiant amateur en mai et aboutissant à l’interview de l’ex-patron du FMI dans le JT de Claire Chazal en septembre. Résumé des chiffres tirés de cette étude (pour laquelle j’ai été témoin, ce mardi 11 octobre 2011, lorsque ses résultats ont été dévoilés). Crédit: Orange et Terra Femina Le besoin de temps réel La première des raisons invoquées pour consulter un site d’infos? Les accélérateurs de temps réel Le besoin de contexte

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Getting the News — Anthony De Rosa (This post is the third in’s ongoing series, “Getting the News.” In our efforts to understand everything about social news, we’re reaching out to writers and thinkers we like to ask them how they get their daily news. Read the first post here. See all of the posts here.) This week, our interviewee is Anthony De Rosa, social media editor for Reuters and founder of the extremely popular tumblog Soup. We were following Anthony’s tweets closely on Oct. 20, when Moammar Gaddafi was overthrown and killed, and subsequently wrote an overview of how the news broke that day. Social media Diagram depicting the many different types of social media There are many effects that stem from internet usage. According to Nielsen, internet users continue to spend more time with social media sites than any other type of site.

How to: best post news on Twitter and Facebook SMO is the new SEO, according to the US-based Online News Association which held a conference session on that theme. But while "Social Media Optimisation may be as important as Search Engine Optimisation for content distribution ... far different rules apply," the ONA said. Beyond the jargon and acronyms SMO is about understanding the best time and frequency to post to platforms such as Facebook and Twitter. This guide includes 10 lessons from three experts in social media optimisation, who have all carried out research, analysing tweets and Facebook page updates. 1.

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Marketing, Journalism, and Truth as Competitive Advantage I had a very interesting question come across my desk from {grow} community member John Bethune: In the minds of most people, journalism and marketing were once diametrically opposed. Has that changed in the social media era? A great question! And, in fact, I think the social web has brought these disciplines together in a number of surprising ways. The ideal of journalism is a quest for truth. The Hoot Story Page - media, press, subcontinent, media ethics, media watch, media research, media conflict, media gender, community radio, Unescos In 2010 online media created Pulitzer history. It was the first time that in two categories, the award went to the non traditional media, an online media organization and an internet based work. Sheri Fink of the nonprofit ProPublica ( in collaboration with , was awarded a Pulitzer in investigative reporting for a 13,000-word story on the life-and-death decisions made by doctors during Hurricane Katrina. The Manhattan-based non-profit ProPublica is devoted to doing the kind of investigative journalism projects many newspapers have found too expensive to afford.

10 tips for recording a better interview The most exciting power of great multimedia storytelling is the potential to give a voice to those who would otherwise go ignored. I’m deep into teaching undergraduate students on Kingston University’s journalism program the basics of producing good video stories. They recently finished their first film, portraits of fellow students and how they feel about their job prospects in light of high youth unemployment. A dry-ish topic, and so their challenge was to tease good stories from their subjects, find specific angles and get to the nub of the issue. The key to doing this is the interview: in most great online video stories & portraits it forms the spine of the narrative. Everything else in the story hangs off the interview.

Occupy Wall Street: Social Media's Role In Social Change NEW YORK -- A panel on social innovation and social change started with a joke. A panelist said they should go the full hour without saying the word "Twitter." But Twitter, along with Facebook, were unavoidable terms that came up repeatedly in the discussion Thursday at an Advertising Week event at 300 Madison Avenue in New York City. The talk started with the Egypt revolution and inevitably turned to Occupy Wall Street, an ongoing event just a few miles away in Lower Manhattan. More than 450,000 Facebook users have joined Occupy Wall Street pages to date (scroll down for graph); Twitter chatter has surged. The big question: Does social innovation equal social change?

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.”