Facebook and social journalism: Notes from a...
washingtonpostinnovations: Facebook journalist program manager Vadim Lavrusik moderated a panel in Washington Wednesday night that featured The Washington Post’s Ian Shapira, The Huffington Post’s Mandy Jenkins, CNN’s Bryan Monroe and Laura Amico of Homicidewatch.org. (Lavrusik’s guide to journalists and Facebook is on the Nieman Journalism Lab here.) A few takeaways from Lavrusik’s...
A common complaint of modern celebrity culture is that the public, instead of...– Celebrity culture, Wikipedia
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2105: Jeff Jarvis’ latest: The accepted wisdom of journalism and its schools was that storytelling was our real job, our high calling, our real art. Ain’t necessarily so. The accepted wisdom of blogging has been that now any of us can do everything: report and write, producing text and audio and video and graphics and packaging and distributing it all. But I also see specialization returning...
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futurejournalismproject: Ever have a product pop up in your memories? And you swear, absolutely swear that indeed, yes, you were drinking a Coke while listening to your iPod as you cruised down the California coast in your brand new Cooper Mini even though you don’t own a Cooper Mini and don’t drink Coke but just might have an iPod. There’s a reason for that. Scientists refer to this as “false...
futurejournalismproject: Donate a Word Regular readers of the FJP recognize our affinity toward the typo. Pick a post, pretty much any post, and there’s bound to be one somewhere. But what if we could turn this tick — this fetish — into cold hard cash for a worthy cause? Via The Next Web: Two Miami Advertising School students, Lisa Zeitlhuber and copywriter Katharina Schmitt created this...
The worst thing that’s happening now is that people are writing things just to...– Bill Simmons in New York Magazine, discussing his upcoming “Grantland” website (via soupsoup)
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advicefromyoungjournalists: On a related note: Reporters Without Borders The Philippines at No. 3, down from No. 1 a few years ago.