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  • 1. Technology and Trends in Digital Journalism
  • 2. There are 653,324 ideas • We can experiment with networked reporting, new editorial structures, storytelling tools, data base journalism and more.
  • 3. Why Experiment?• Rule of the Internet: Cheaper and easier to try than to debate about trying.• Stems from “Agile and Iterative” Fail early, fail often - try again.
  • 4. Two Radical Concepts
  • 5. First ConceptTechnology Companies are Media Companies• And they know it.........
  • 6. “Social Media” New Startups Mega-Giants
  • 7. Media Companies MUST BECOMETechnology Companies • Problem: They don’t all know it......
  • 8. Technology Companies The future of media consumptionMedia companies Path to obscurity
  • 9. Hope is not a strategy
  • 10. Second ConceptIt’s still journalism even if we don’t recognize it.
  • 11. Technology Companies EVOLUTION We might not The future of recognize this space media consumptionBroadcast Media companies
  • 12. “A Horseless Carriage”
  • 13. Mistake•1890 horse breedersthought they were inthe horse business.
  • 14. Mistake• 2011 Broadcasters think their in the broadcast business• Newspaper reporters think they are in the newspaper business• Radio reporters think they are in the radio business
  • 15. • You are in the information business.
  • 16. Are you comfortable with concepts I and II• Media companies should • It might not look like a “broadcast news organization” become technology but it will contain the process/ companies goal.
  • 17. Two Radical Techniques
  • 18. Technique One • Thinking through the process of broadcast journalism and a willingness to Fail Process Goal• Collect information • Inform communities• Filter information • The fourth estate• Distribute information • Speak truth to power Caveat: Information is We have a rough notion of what makes accurate/ethically reported, etc journalism an important kind of media
  • 19. Collaboration• Content is King and is the most important.• Collaboration is Queen and is the most powerful
  • 20. Here Comes Everybody• Figuring out success on the web is like predicting the weather. It’s not an exact science - but we are getting better all the time.• Journalism will only succeed on the shoulders of its failures. (May a thousand flowers bloom).• The law of numbers says we will figure this out.
  • 21. The Web Isn’t Going Away• Story time....... How does a four-year-old interact with the world?
  • 22. Contact Me Anytime• David Cohn• twitter.com/digidave• http://blog.digidave.org