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  • SocialMediaImpact on
    Journalism
  • ?
    Journalism
    What is
  • Journalism
    … is defined as….
    … the practice of investigationandreportingof events, issues and trendsto a broad audience.
    Source:Wikipedia
    … the activity or profession of writing for newspapers or magazines or of broadcasting news on radio or television
    Source: http://oxforddictionaries.com/
    … the occupation of reporting, writing, editing, photographing, or broadcasting news or of conducting any news organization as a business.
    Source: http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/journalism
  • History of Journalism
    Johann Carolus'sRelationallerFürnemmenundgedenckwürdigenHistorien- thefirstnewspaper (1605).
    The Daily Courant becamefamousforbeingthe world's first regular daily newspaper (1702)
    1702
    The New York DailyTimespublished in 1851
    1890s – theYELLOWjournalism
    givethemwhattheywantandsellmore
  • ?
    SocialMedia
    What is
  • SocialMedia
    … is defined as….
    …the use of web-basedand mobile technologiesto turn communication into an interactive dialogue.
    Source:Wikipedia
    …an umbrella term that defines the various activities that integrate technology, social interaction, and the construction of words and pictures..
    Source:iContact
  • timeline of socialmedia
    2004
    1990s
    Online – newspaper
    &magazines
    1890
    Telephone
    2003
    2006
    1926 NBC
    Radio network
    1965
    E-mail
    1997
    2005
    1939
    TV in NY WorldFair
    1891
    Radio
    1990
    Tim Berners – Lee
    2001
    1792
    telegraph
    1999
    Blogger
    Sources: http://library.thinkquest.org/27629/themes/media/md00s.html
    http://matetrack.webs.com/SOCIAL/SOCIAL.html
    http://www.skidzopedia.com/2008/11/21/17-people-who-enhanced-the-web/
  • “in19931%
    in 200051%,
    in200797%
    of all telecommunicated information was carried over the Internet.”
    Source:Wikipedia
  • CitizenJournalism
    “…the concept of members of the public "playing an active role in the process of collecting, reporting, analyzing and disseminating news and information…”
    Source:Wikipedia
  • Online (and/or)SocialJournalism
    “…thereportingof facts produced and distributed via the Internet…”
    “… you gather information in social media channels and then report it to readers..”
    Source:Wikipedia
    http://blog.publish2.com
  • video
  • Wider and immediate circulation
    Credibility of the media source
    Content much more pointed and personal
    Everyone remembers who got it wrong
    Expanding and illuminating the news
    Fewer original contents
    Complete picture of events
    Other reporters can check what other journalist are doing
  • Trends
    Audience have a bigger voice than before
    user-generatedcontent
    People are migrating online
    Newspapers have online platforms
    Relevant and concise information
  • Trends
    46% of the population goes online to look for news at least 3 times per week
    200 news sites with the highest traffic, 81% are traditional media or aggregators of it
    Consumers tend to trust and rely more on their peers and social network community
  • Impact of SM in Journalism
    Immediate global reach
    Massive
    Instant
    Interaction with the audience
    Instant feedback
    Ongoing  never stops
    The audience gets to know
    the reporter on a more personal level
    More intimacy
  • Impact of SM in Journalism
    Higher dependency on social media tools
    Even real professional journalists or some public figures also use them
    Builds new relationships
    people trust information on their own network
    Mobile Journalism “MoJo” and Social Media -Citizen Journalism
    Democratizing the world of news journalism
  • What now is the role of the professional media?
    video
  • Ethi cal Issues
    Journalistsornot
    Hard to differentiate
    – Different backgrounds
    – Different purposes
    – Different sets of norms?
    – How to control it?
  • EthicalIssues
    Sources
    Verifying
    Citing
  • “…information depositories such Wikipedia, with more than three quarters of journalists across all four markets turning to them on a weekly basis.”
    CisionEurope, 2011 Social Journalism Study
  • Future of Journalism
    Promote and distributecontent
    Research and Interviewing
    Crowdsourcing
  • Future of Journalism
    Publishing
    Real time coverage
    Collaborativereporting
    Relate news, tellstories
  • Future of Journalism
    Journalists as curators
    Peoplechoosing, noteditors
    Source: Thefuture of Social Media in Journalismmashable.com/2010/09/13/future-social-media-journalism/
  • References
    • http://blogs.imediaconnection.com/blog/2010/05/27/5-ways-social-media-impacts-journalism/
    • http://www.statesman.com/opinion/insight/social-media-reshapes-journalism-613810.html
    • http://www.cjr.org/behind_the_news/eight_simple_rules_for_doing_a.php?page=all
    • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=56nNgh9VVts
    • http://www.clasesdeperiodismo.com/
    • Thefuture of Social Media in Journalismmashable.com/2010/09/13/future-social-media-journalism/
    • 10 waysJournalismSchools Are Teaching Social Media http://mashable.com/2009/06/19/teaching-social-media/