mcmorgan + journalism   34

Winter is coming: prospects for the American press under Trump - PressThink
Jay Rosen on Fear and Loathing. A solid attempt to re-define the discussion and the terms of discussion. This is what's needed - a more insightful and theory-driven press. Whether we can get there is still (11 Oct 2018) open.
journalism  trump  rhetoric 
october 2018 by mcmorgan
How The New York Times’ ‘Snow Fall’ project unifies text, multimedia | Poynter.
The discussion of how the piece was composed demonstrates that it is more like vid and simulation inserted into the text stream that structures the story, in a very conservative, none-risky way. "better design" here means using the genre-traditional structure to guide the placement of other media. Media are added on not integral to. That's not future. What's revealing is that the designers are basing their choices on traditional text-encompassed values.
multimedia  multimodal  journalism  semiotics 
december 2012 by mcmorgan
Data journalism at the Guardian: what is it and how do we do it?
Where data touches rhetorical delivery. A little self-serving (We Are The Guardian), but a good starting point for more investigation.
data  data_analysis  visualization  journalism  prezi 
july 2011 by mcmorgan
Why “Bloggers vs. Journalists” is Still With Us
An interesting article nteresting on two counts: the topic amd thesis he's taking (bloggers want to be journos and journos want to be bloggers), and how he's presenting his preparation: crots with commentary that constellate into multiple patterns. Nice.
journalism  blogging  en3177  crots  writing  genre 
march 2011 by mcmorgan
Why The Daily Is So Yesterday
from tidBITS, good commentary on the yesterDaily. "The Daily has been compared to USA Today, which made a splash when it debuted in 1982 with its challenges to the traditional newspaper model." but it's lamer than USA Today because we now read from multiple sources.
journalism  thedeathly  murdoch  DOA 
february 2011 by mcmorgan
Flipboard's Mike McCue: Web format has 'contaminated' online journalism | Technology | Los Angeles Times
He has a point about how the demand for page views changes the manner of content, but "contaminate"? Really? 
journalism  wcw  web  ipad  en3177 
december 2010 by mcmorgan
From Indymedia to Wikileaks
OWNI.eu weighs in. "The battle over Wikileaks, and the journalistic questions that it raises, are genuinely new developments — but they’re new developments grounded in a few long term trends and a history stretching back nearly two decades.The impact of WikiLeaks on journalism is more an impact of degree than of kind; what’s happening isn’t entirely new, but it is happening on a greater scale than ever before.
wikileaks  journalism  newjournalism 
december 2010 by mcmorgan
The Times’ Paywall and Newsletter Economics « Clay Shirky
Even Murdoch can't change the commodity market. "online, the Times has stopped being a newspaper, in the sense of a generally available and omnibus account of the news of the day, broadly read in the community. Instead, it is becoming a newsletter, an outlet supported by, and speaking to, a specific and relatively coherent and compact audience."
journalism  newspaper  paywall  media  Shirky 
november 2010 by mcmorgan
The Ben Franklin Project
From web to print. "The Journal Register Company’s Ben Franklin Project is an opportunity to re-imagine the newsgathering process with the focus on Digital First and Print Last. Using only free tools found on the Internet, the project will – from assigning to editing- create, publish and distribute news content on both the web and in print"
print  publishing  blog  crowdsourcing  opensource  journalism  media 
june 2010 by mcmorgan
Internet Prof Scam TechCrunch
TechCrunch enacting blogging position for addressing scam.
Blog  Blogging  Scam  En3177  Journalism 
april 2010 by mcmorgan
Joho the Blog » Transparency is the new objectivity
Dave Weinberger. "transparency is now fulfilling some of objectivity’s old role in the ecology of knowledge." that is, "Transparency gives the reader information by which she can undo some of the unintended effects of the ever-present biases. Transparency brings us to reliability the way objectivity used to."
web2.0  epistemology  journalism 
july 2009 by mcmorgan
MediaShift . How Journalists Are Using Twitter in Australia | PBS
Excellent overview of uses by and responses to twitter in pro journalism. From ABC Australia.
newmedia  journalism  citizenjournalism  socialmedia  Twitter 
july 2009 by mcmorgan
MediaShift . Embedded at NYU::Old Thinking Permeates Major Journalism School | PBS
Embedded student reports on NYU: "NYU does not offer the kinds of classes I want. It continues to focus its core requirements around learning how to work your way up the traditional journalism ladder. Here is the thinking I find here:

1. Get an internship at a magazine or newspaper. “This is good for your resume.”
2. Bring the New York Times to class. The hard copy. “It’s the only way to get the news.”
3. Learn how to write for a magazine or newspaper. “Writing for blogs or websites is not journalism.”
4. Become an editor at a magazine or newspaper. “This is the only respectable position.”
journalism  print  newliteracy  newmedia 
september 2008 by mcmorgan
Publish2 Blog » Reinventing Journalism On The Web: Links As News, Links As Reporting
A cornerstone of journalism has always been reporting what key sources say, put in context and given perspective, alongside reported facts.

It’s time to reinvent that process on the web — make it dynamic — using the fundamental mechanism for connec
link_journalism  publishing  journalism 
may 2008 by mcmorgan
New York Times Embraces Link Journalism - Publishing 2.0
The New York Times has certainly embraced blogging, but it was striking to see in this post from The Lede just how much they’ve embraced link journalism:
publishing  journalism  blogging  publishing2.0  link_journalism 
may 2008 by mcmorgan
How We Use Twitter for Journalism - ReadWriteWeb
It turns out that the short messages you find on Twitter have proven wildly useful for some writers penning larger pieces. with a list of uses.
immediacy  twitter  journalism 
april 2008 by mcmorgan
Is The Net Good For Writers? - 10 Zen Monkeys
RU Sirius starts with Clay Shirky on the spread of literacy, and a string of men (no women represented here) weigh in. The discussion's open.
web2.0  journalism  literacy  freelancing  writing  blogging 
october 2007 by mcmorgan
Woo Them with Words: Hunting for the Hit Headline
What hits and what misses is going to depend on the rhetorical situation, but here's a short heuristic for getting started on making good chocies.
techwriting  journalism  freelancing 
august 2007 by mcmorgan
Language Log: An apology
summary post concerning "email makes you stupid" media reports of 2005.
erhetoric  email  linguistics  research  scholarship  journalism 
august 2006 by mcmorgan
Wikinews.org
Aggregation in discursive form. The writing is uneven, which make this a good example wiki to look at.
wikis  wiki  en3177  journalism 
july 2006 by mcmorgan
if:book: the commodification of news / the washingtonpost.com turns 10
interesting critique of two crits on the development of of journalism on the web. All "objective" news sources sound alike, while perspective carries a distinguishable voice. "Therefore, the examples of the Economist and the New Yorker show the importanc
blogging  citizenjournalism  journalism  readme 
july 2006 by mcmorgan

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