Media Influence In The Networked Age
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  • So I think that networked journalism is itself a more democratic form of journalism because it shifts power and engages public participation.It changes the media model from this
  • The influence of the media on public opinion and shapingnato and national policy Compare and contrast how news is edited and reported on traditional and new forms of mediaFuture vision of media – norms, roles and influenceCase studies:WikiLeaksLondon RiotsArab SpringExplain idea of:Networked Journalism (Tomlinson)Social MediaInfluence:There are different kinds of media ‘influence’ – all of it exaggeratedYou have to decide what kind you wantLong term – short termFramingBehaviuoralAttitudinalBut SM makes it different – much harder to conceal or control communicationIts about conversation but also data mining Understand change in social trends as well as media trends

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  • 1. “The influence of the established and social media”NATO Defense College13.9.11
    Charlie Beckett
    Director, Polis, LSE
    E: c.h.beckett@lse.ac.uk
    Twitter: @charliebeckett
    Blog: www.blogs.lse.ac.uk/polis
  • 2. The (not so) Brief
    1. The influence of the media on public opinion and on shaping NATO and national policy
     
    2. Compare and contrast how news is edited and reported on traditional and new forms of media
     
    3. Outline a future vision of media – norms, roles and influence
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  • 6. Networked News
    On demand – the consumer controls
    Interactive and participatory
    Networked into the mainstream media
    Autonomous or connected into non-traditional media providers
  • 7. WikiLeaks: News In The Networked Era(Polity Press, December 2011)
  • 8. Transparency battleground?
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  • 14. Future Slogans
    Age of Uncertainty
    Transparency and Immediacy On Demand
    Verification is Value
    Interactivity is Accountability
    Change is permanent, complexity is normality
  • 15. “The influence of the established and social media”NATO Defense College13.9.11
    Charlie Beckett
    Director, Polis, LSE
    E: c.h.beckett@lse.ac.uk
    Twitter: @charliebeckett
    Blog: www.blogs.lse.ac.uk/polis