Samos Summit 2013 ARCOMEM - The Journalistic approach

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The changing landscape of using Social Media in journalism as presented on the Samos Summit 2013.

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Samos Summit 2013 ARCOMEM - The Journalistic approach

  1. 1. The  Journalis.c  Scenario 1 THE JOURNALISTIC SCENARIO
  2. 2. Fact  is  that  ...   2 Diamonds  in  the  Rough;  Social  Media  Visual  Analy8cs  for  Journalis8c  Inquiry     Diakopoulos,  Naaman,  Kivran-­‐Swaine PDF:  h6p://bit.ly/a0SIaf ...  journalists  are  increasingly  turning  to  social media  sources  like  TwiFer,  Facebook,  or  other online  sources  of  user  content  in  an  effort  to  track the  importance  of  stories  and  to  find  sources  of exper8se  to  drive  new  stories.
  3. 3. Fact  is  that  ...   3 Nieman  Reports  Summer  2012:  Truth  in  the  Age  of  Social  Media Nieman  Founda8on  |  Harvard URL:  h6p://hvrd.me/MD7ex ...  user  generated  content  (UGC)  and  verifica8on  are   no  longer  a  side  opera8on  in  newsrooms.
  4. 4. Fact  is  that  ...   4 The  Rise  of  contextual  journalism,  1950-­‐2000s Katherine  Fink,  Michael  Schudson  |  Columbia  University,  USA URL:  h6p://bit.ly/14FcW00 ...   journalism   shi[s   from   „just   the   facts“   to   „what   does  it  mean“  (Contextual  Journalism)
  5. 5. Fact  is  that  ...   5 Nieman  Journalism  Lab Mirko  Lorenz,  Nicolas  Kayser-­‐Bril,  and  Geoff  McGhee URL:  h6p://bit.ly/ecISZN ...  news  organiza8ons  must  become  hubs  of  trusted   data  in  a  market  seeking  (and  valuing)  trust.
  6. 6. Fact  is  that  ...   6 Nieman  Reports  Spring  2013:  „The  Signal  and  the  Noise“ Nieman  Founda8on  |  Harvard URL:  h6p://hvrd.me/15jbzUn ...  cura8on  is  the  key  to  bringing  Social  Media  and   Journalism  together
  7. 7. 7 BIG  DATA=WISDOM
  8. 8. Where  Is  The  Story? 8
  9. 9. 9 NEWSGATHERING
  10. 10. „BIG  5“ 10 „BIG  5“  -­‐  a  fundamental  set  of  informa.on-­‐ gathering  ques.ons  each  journalist  uses  to   inves.gate  a  story  worldwide 1.  Who  is  it  about? 2.  What  happened?  g 3.  When  did  it  take  place?   4.  Where  did  it  take  place? 5.  Why  did  it  happen?
  11. 11. Empire  State  Shoo.ng  2012 11 1st  contact detailed informa.on images metadata
  12. 12. „BIG  5“  -­‐  a fundamental set of information-gathering questions each journalist uses to investigate a story worldwide 12 1.  Who  is  it  about?          unclear 2.  What  happened?          shoo.ngshoo.ng 3.  When  did  it  take  place?          9:00  AM  24  Aug  12 4.  Where  did  it  take  place?          in  front  of  the  Empire          State  Building 5.  Why  did  it  happen?          unclear
  13. 13. Newsgathering  Process 13 13
  14. 14. Newsgathering  Process 14
  15. 15. Simplified  Process  Chain 15 SEARCH CONTEXTUALIZE CURATE ANALYZE VERIFY PUBLISH
  16. 16. 16 99PROBLEMS
  17. 17. Heterogenous  Data  Layers 17 Social  WebWorld  Wide  Web
  18. 18. The  Challenges 18 Store Data
  19. 19. Simplified  Process  Chain 19 SCRAPE PRESERVEANALYZE
  20. 20. Simplified  Process  Chain 20 SCRAPE PRESERVE (ARCHIVE) ANALYZE ARCOMEM Newgathering  Process SEARCH CURATE ANALYZE VERIFY CONTEXTUALIZE
  21. 21. 21 SMARTBROWSING
  22. 22. Vox  Civitas  User  Interface 22 URL  |  h6p://bit.ly/12mxESc
  23. 23. SRSR  (Seriously  Rapid  Source  Review) 23 URL  |  h6p://bit.ly/Y3dmw6
  24. 24. Riot  rumours:  how  misinforma.on  spread  on   Twi6er  during  a  .me  of  crisis 24 URL  |  h6p://bit.ly/rv0Vr5
  25. 25. ARCOMEM  GUI  (1st  Drak) 25
  26. 26. ...  memories  are  becoming  hyperlinks  to   informa8on  triggered  by  keywords  and  URLs. We  are  becoming  ‘persistent  paleontologist‘  of  our own  external  memories,  as  our  brains  are  storing   the  keywords  to  get  back  to  those  memories  and   not  the  full  memories  themselves. Third-­‐Party-­‐Brain 26 Amber  Case  |  Cyborg  Anthropologist
  27. 27. 27 OUTLOOK
  28. 28. 28 „That's  why  I  say  that  data  is  the  new  oil  for  the   digital  age.  How  many  other  ways  could  s8mulate  a   market  worth  70  billion  euros  a  year,  without   spending  big  budgets?  Not  many,  I'd  say.“ Neelie  Kroes  |  Vice-­‐President  of  the  European  Commission  responsible  for  the   Digital  Agenda  and  Open  Data URL:  h6p://bit.ly/XL2ZfP
  29. 29. 29 DATA  +  JOURNALISM  = DATAJOURNALISM  #DDJ
  30. 30. Riot  rumours:  how  misinforma.on  spread  on   Twi6er  during  a  .me  of  crisis 30 URL  |  h6p://bit.ly/rv0Vr5
  31. 31. 31 THANK  YOU CONTACT  DETAILS Cosmin  Cabulea Deutsche  Welle  |  Innova8on  Projects cosmin.cabulea@dw.de @dw_innova8on www.arcomem.eu @arcomem

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