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Journalism : 5 big trends that transform the work and blur the lines

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The journalism is evolving fast to adapt a far more competitive environment. These 5 important trends transform the work and the skills the neo-journalist must develop to survive.

The journalism is evolving fast to adapt a far more competitive environment. These 5 important trends transform the work and the skills the neo-journalist must develop to survive.

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  • 1. Neo-journalism : 5 trends that blur the lines
  • 2. FRANK Cyrille Journalist/consultant/trainer Creator of Askmedia & Médiaculture www.mediaculture.fr cfrankfr@gmail.com twitter : @cyceron
  • 3. More polyvalent
  • 4. Copy-writer
  • 5. Editor (titles, headlines...) www.upworthy.com www.upworthy.com
  • 6. Web curator www.slate.frwww.quoi.info
  • 7. Marketer
  • 8. Social / community manager
  • 9. Source : timeline.knightlab.com Multimedia producer
  • 10. More specialist
  • 11. Expert (economics, law, techno...)
  • 12. Investigator
  • 13. Investigator
  • 14. Data-Journalist leparisien.fr
  • 15. More collaborative…
  • 16. With other journalists Source : http://www.icij.org/
  • 17. Work with designers
  • 18. Work with designers and developpers Source : http://app.owni.fr/justeprix
  • 19. Work business team
  • 20. More personal, closer to the audience
  • 21. Chat with readers
  • 22. Accept to be contradicted quoi.info
  • 23. More pedagogue
  • 24. Thank you for your attention ! Sur Twitter : @cyceron Blog : mediaculture.fr