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Citizen journalists at #BeSocial12

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citizen journalism, activism, mobile reporting

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  • 1. Citizen journalists... at #BeSocial12lunedì 3 dicembre 12
  • 2. TRADITIONAL JOURNALISM VS CITIZEN JOURNALISM videolunedì 3 dicembre 12
  • 3. EXAMPLE #1lunedì 3 dicembre 12
  • 4. EXAMPLE #2lunedì 3 dicembre 12
  • 5. how to become a citizen reporter: (1) be prepared (2) identify sources (3) search user generated content (4) news search (5) organize a storyboard (6) prepare an interview modellunedì 3 dicembre 12
  • 6. 1. be prepared • setting up your own personal news circle • know the subject • be prepare on the live event (venue, people, facilities...)lunedì 3 dicembre 12
  • 7. 2. Identify sources • Google News • Google Reader • Google Alert • Twitter • Find trustful journalists/bloggerlunedì 3 dicembre 12
  • 8. 3. Search user generated content • YouTube • Flickr • Facebook • Wordpress • Bloggerlunedì 3 dicembre 12
  • 9. 4. News search • local newspaper • local journalists • community medialunedì 3 dicembre 12
  • 10. 5. Organize a storyboard A storyboard is a sketch of how to organize a story and a list of its contents. A storyboard helps you: • Define the parameters of a story within available resources and time • Organize and focus a story • Figure out what medium to use for each part of the storylunedì 3 dicembre 12
  • 11. • A multimedia story is some combination of video, text, still photos, audio, graphics and interactivity presented in a nonlinear format. So your storyboard should be put together with all those elements in mindlunedì 3 dicembre 12
  • 12. Divide the story into its logical, nonlinear parts, such as: • a lead or nut paragraph, essentially addressing why this story is important • profiles of the main person or people in the story • the event or situation • any process or how something works • pros and cons • the history of the event or situation • other related issues raised by the storylunedì 3 dicembre 12
  • 13. Next, divide the contents of the story among the media -- video, still photos, audio, graphics and text. • Decide what pieces of the story work best in video or photos • Does the story need a map? • What part of the story belongs in text? • Make sure the information in each medium is complementary, not redundantlunedì 3 dicembre 12
  • 14. 6. Prepare an interview model • what • who • where • when • whylunedì 3 dicembre 12
  • 15. 7. Prepare your tools • keep your lens clean • check the memory card • check connection • check apps • mic, notes, pen, etc...lunedì 3 dicembre 12
  • 16. TIPS! • keep it steady for visuals and audio • find good light • get the best audio you possibly can • ‘airplane’ mode on when recording... • never zoom with the phone, but zoom with your feet • use the highest settinglunedì 3 dicembre 12
  • 17. TOOLS SMARTPHONE > video, photos & audio BLOG > storytelling TWITTER > live coverage #besocial12lunedì 3 dicembre 12
  • 18. at work!lunedì 3 dicembre 12