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Journalism’s Implosion; What Next - Dan Gillmor

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Event: Ignite Phoenix 3 @ TCA
Event Date: February 25th, 2009

Traditional journalism’s business model is imploding, and media companies seem largely clueless about how to move forward. We’re losing some important journalism in the process. But the low (almost zero) barrier to entry with digital media means that we could — if we do this right — come through this extremely messy time with a more diverse and valuable journalism ecosystem. Some new models are emerging already, but we’re still in the early days of this transition.

Published in: Education, News & Politics

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  • 1. Media 0.1 0.5
  • 2. 1.0 1.1 1.5
  • 3. 2.5 2.0
  • 4. PEJ; NY Times
  • 5. Media 3.0
  • 6. ‘Democratized’ Media ๏ Not in the sense of voting... ๏ ...but Participation - Creation/Production - Access
  • 7. A Read-Write Web Consumers <==> Creators Creators <==> Collaborators
  • 8. AND (not OR) Who is a journalist? Wrong question.
  • 9. Journalism Not
  • 10. Advocacy as Journalism?
  • 11. Traditional Media Adapt
  • 12. Good News: Innovation is Inexpensive time in history to be a ๏ Best journalism entrepreneur zero barrier to entry ๏ Almost iterate, fail fast, repeat ๏ Launch,
  • 13. New Frame(s) of Reference
  • 14. Bearing Witness
  • 15. Principles for News “Consumers” ๏ Skepticism ๏ Judgment ๏ Research ๏ Free thinking ๏ Techniques
  • 16. Principles for Media Creators Principles for consumers PLUS: ๏ Thoroughness ๏ Accuracy ๏ Fairness ๏ Independence ๏ Transparency