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Students of NUML university, Pakistan Mass Comm Semester 1.

Students of NUML university, Pakistan Mass Comm Semester 1.

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  • 1. NEW MEDIA AND ONLINEJOURNALISM
  • 2. “THE LAST MINUTE” “Every minute is the last minute.”Sana KhanJaveria ManzoorMaryam SajjadMoneeba Mazhar
  • 3. TABLE OF CONTENTS Introduction Deadline Don’t Believe Your Mother Tweaking For The Web Developing stories, Up-dates and Follow-ups Conclusion
  • 4. INTRODUCTION Every minute is the last minute because of the constant updating of online news sites. It is to put finishing touches to a story. History: First half of 20th century. Message boards. Now 21st century. Electronic media Online Media
  • 5. DEADLINE “The time by which a news report must be submitted.” Deadline must be meant to keep the whole process on schedule. The biggest single difference between the job of the online reporter and that of other traditional journalists is the DEADLINE involved.
  • 6. DEADLINE IN NEWSPAPER In newspaper, reporters have main or fixed deadline. The single-deadline day is emerged from the technology of newspapers. Deadline in Television Television reporters have generally had multipledeadlines. TV channels can cover only one story at a time. News networks can “crawl” their updates information across the bottom of TV screen.
  • 7. DEADLINE IN ONLINE MEDIA In online journalism there is a constant or “rolling deadline.” In online journalism getting a scoop is not a matter of hours but of minutes. Online news sites have to meet their audiences deadline not their own. In online medium, deadline will vary according to the timeliness and importance of the story.
  • 8. DON’T BELIEVE YOUR MOTHER “If your mother says, she loves you check it out.” Journalists are also encouraged to be skeptical without being cynical .
  • 9. DON’T BELIEVE YOURMOTHER Specific Events: In any story most of the substance of your article will be based on straight forward facts about that event. Less Concrete Events: Dealing with stories of less concrete nature fact checking is more difficult and more necessary. Journalistic Credibility: The best opinion writing backup its argument with facts wherever possible and with other informed opinion. Process of Fact Checking: The process of fact checking is beyond simply verifying individual pieces of information.
  • 10. RECHECK, RECHECK, RECHECK Source should gathered solid information. Submit story only when reporter is confirmed about a particular story. Make sure all names and job titles are correct. Any references to people involved in legal proceeding are accurate. 
  • 11. TWEAKING FOR THE WEB To change slightly usually in a reference to a value, if program is always correct rather than figure out the precise problem, journalist might just keep tweaking it until it works.Links to audio or video Clips Best online stories often contain links to audio or video clips previous related stories or even to homepage of people, organizations, and companies mention in the story.
  • 12. TWEAKING FOR WEB Useful Audio and Video Clips New Angle Last Minute Change Useful Links
  • 13. TWEAKING FOR WEB Placing Links on Web Unique Feature Outlet Standards
  • 14. TWEAKING FOR WEB A complete package for the online reader.
  • 15. DEVELOPING STORIES, UP- DATES, FOLLOW-UPSBest format Television NewspaperPerfect Outlet Online journalism
  • 16. DEVELOPING STORIESStories in which the details revealed over a period of days or weeks are called developing stories. Online medium Online reporter
  • 17. UP-DATES“Up to date, as by adding new information or making corrections”. Re-write an existing story. Different sites have different policies on updating.
  • 18. FOLLOW-UPS In a news story, reporter gets new material a few hours later or a day or two after the original event. These are called follow up stories.  They have two main purposes.I. To provide new information about a previous story.II. And up to date readers who did not see previous story.
  • 19. CONCLUSION Every minute is the last minute. Print, electronic or online every medium has its own “last minute”. To be a successful reporter one must be able to write stories quickly and get there facts straight. In the Online medium rather than writing individual stories, reporters leave a trial of stories that users can follow from the beginning, if they like. More than any other medium online stories are often more of an on-going process than a finished product.