Show your work: The new terms for trust in journalism - PressThink


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A while back I spent a chunk of time thinking about how open source software principles could be applied to journalism. One of the principles used the exact same wording that Rosen uses here, show your work. Journalism is still being reinvented online, and I like where this is trending.
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11 ways for journalists to build trust through transparency, including disclosing bias, sharing newsroom priorities, being open about the reporting process and acknowledging its limitations. (Source: PressThink)
10 days ago by brianaf
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16 days ago by kctipton
"Drop the voice of the god, ditch the view from nowhere, and instead tell us where you’re coming from." My new post! https://t.co/LnXqjdGH1X

— Jay Rosen…
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17 days ago by mathewi
"Drop the voice of the god, ditch the view from nowhere, and instead tell us where you’re coming from." My new post!
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17 days ago by danbri
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I wanted to end the year on a forward-looking note. So I wrote this. "The new terms for trust in journalism." I hope you will read it. https://t.co/LnXqjdGH1X

— Jay Rosen (@jayrosen_nyu) January 1, 2018
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17 days ago by brewbart
"We don’t have anything to add (..)" - that day De Correspondent experienced its largest one-day gain in members 
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18 days ago by mvtango
RT : I have a new post up. "Show your work: The new terms for trust in journalism." I hope you will read it.
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18 days ago by nowthis
I have a new post up. "Show your work: The new terms for trust in journalism." I hope you will read it.
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18 days ago by fkbarrett
I have a new post up. "Show your work: The new terms for trust in journalism." I hope you will read it.
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18 days ago by ThomNagy
It’s been eight years since the internet philosopher David Weinberger wrote , “Transparency is the new objectivity.” It’s been 16 years since Bill Kovach and…
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19 days ago by josedante
Even more than “show your work,” this phrase captures what’s different about the manufacture of trust by means of transparency. Instead of an assertion of authority (trust us, we’re pros at this) an invitation to inspect the evidence. Here’s how I described it in 2015:

A news organization renders a judgment, and then provides the users with the tools and information to “check” that judgment by conducting essentially the same operation themselves. If I summarize what Senator Rand Paul said on ‘Face the Nation’ this week, and then link to the transcript so you can assess for yourself whether my summary is fair and accurate, I’m not asking you to take my word for it. I’m allowing you to discover on your own how faithful my summary is to the original. If my paraphrase is tendentious, you have everything you need to find me out and dock me points for distorting what Senator Paul said. But if my description is confirmed by the transcript I showed you, that’s points for me.
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19 days ago by rosscatrow
RT : Just published! My final piece for 2017. "Show your work: The new terms for trust in journalism."
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19 days ago by barefootwriter
It’s been eight years since the internet philosopher David Weinberger wrote , “Transparency is the new objectivity.” It’s been 16 years since Bill Kovach and…
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19 days ago by kohlmannj
Just published! My final piece for 2017. "Show your work: The new terms for trust in journalism."
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19 days ago by bojo
Just published! My final piece for 2017. "Show your work: The new terms for trust in journalism."
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19 days ago by audrey