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  • News work Online Yuchen QI 3363810 Ruiwen Liu 3360583
  • Content
    • PART ONE
    • How does online news change the news industry?
    • What does online news bring to us?
    • Who should Journalists take responsibility for?
    • Debate: Online news VS Traditional news
    • PART TWO
    • Participatory Challenge Conference
  • Changes
    • Audiences
    • Get news via read newspaper& watch TV
    • Audiences & Producers
    • Get mint by mint news via computers , mobiles& Ipad
  • Changes
    • 30min-60min
    • Specific place
    • Journalists
    • Full-time worker
    • 1 min
    • Anywhere has Internet
    • Everyone
    • Casual worker, outsourcing
  • Changes
    • Deadline and specific topic
    • Professional & Boring
    • State
    • Hand in anytime with any topic
    • Authentic &Flexible
    • Discuss & Judge
  • What does online news bring to us?
    • Advantages
    • ★ creative & innovation
    • with technologies
    • ★ fast & convenient
    • ★ participate
    • ★ easy to understand
    • ★ content richly and colorful
    • Disadvantages
    • ★ credibility?
  • Who should journalists take responsibility for?
    • Social ?
    • Audiences?
    • Self reputation?
    • Employer?
    • Other journalists?
  • Online news vs Traditional news
    • Challenge!!
    • Good for audiences
    • Depends on audiences’ requirements
    • Both of them are necessary to exist
  • The Participatory Challenge Conference
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  • Definition of Collaboration
    • Collaboration is an intensive, risky, and complex process
    • It brings people together around a common goal
    • In collaboration, resources, reputation and rewards are shared by all participants.
  • What is an Extreme Sharing Network?
    • It allows people to freely meet in the commons, mobilize and share talents, context, and resources
    • It creates visibility for discourses and artworks that would otherwise be overlooked
    • Everybody is an expert at something and can contribute to the mix in meaningful ways
  • References
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    • Allen, S, 2009, Histories of Citizen Journalism, in A Stuart and E Thorsen, Citizen Journalism : Global perspectives, New York: Peter Lang, pp17-32.
    • Deuze, M, 2007, Media Work , Cambridge, UK: Polity.
    • International Federation of Journalists, 2006, The changing nature of work, A Global survey and case study of atypical work in the media industry , Switzerland: IFJ. Viewed on 30/09/2011 https://www.ifg.org/pdfs/ILOREPORT070606
    • Pew, 2009, t he state of the news media. An annual report on American journalism. Washington DC , viewed 29/09/2011 http://www.stateofthemedia.org/200/narrative-overview-keyindicators.php?media=1&cat=2
    • Turnbull, S, 2010, Imagining the audience in S Guningham& G Turner (eds) The Media and Communications in Australia (3rd edition), Sydney: Allen and Unwin, pp65-78.
    • Warren, C, 2008, life in the click stream: the future of Journalism , Sydney: MEAA. Viewed on 30/09/2011 http://www.thefureofjournalism.org.au
    • Sudy, Qi, 2011, Personal Communication. 03 October 2011.
    • Williams, P, Cassidy, 2007, Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication, Online News Credibility: An Examination of the Perceptions of Newspaper Journalists, Volume 12, Issue 2,  pages 478–498, viewed on [Wiley online library].
    • Scholz, T 2006, “ The participatory challenge ”, in Krysa, J, Curating Immateriality, New York: Autonomedia, pp. 195-213 ( R )
    • Warren, G 2011, Online Collaboration Basics , viewed 28 September 2011, from: http://mobileoffice.about.com/od/conferencing-and-collaboration/a/online-collaboration-faqs.htm
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