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    • Trust Me – I’m a Journalist Annabel Cheung 3320220
    • 10 least trusted professions
      • 1. Politicians
      • 2. Bankers
      • 3. Journalists
      • 4. Car salesmen
      • 5. Estate agents
      • 6. Electricians
      • 7. Plumbers
      • 8. Builders
      • 9. Car mechanics
      • 10. Footballers
      • ( The Co-operative Bank Aug 2010)
      Source: http://www.beatthatquote.com/news/banking/10-least-trusted-professions.html
    • Is journalism still a noble profession?
      • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9rJ7qjaL87g
    • Aspen Institute's Conference on Journalism and Society (July 2004)
      • Whom do you trust in online media today?
        • NY Times website
        • NPR website
        • Los Angeles Times website
      • Blogger and President of Advance Internet
        • “ I have learned to trust the voice and judgment of my fellow citizens” ( Jeff Jarvis)
      Source: http://www.ojr.org/ojr/technology/1092267863.php
    • Are bloggers to be trusted? Source: http:// fbrevolution.com/2009/09/12/an-artist-and-how-wrong-information-travels-in-the-net.html
    • Are bloggers to be trusted?
      • Who is Odani Motohiko?
      Bold.cl Design You Trust Look In Art Agitatto
    • Are bloggers to be trusted?
      • Who is Odani Motohiko?
      Bold.cl Design You Trust Look In Art Agitatto the female artist is 26 years old…
    • Are bloggers to be trusted?
      • Who is Odani Motohiko?
      Bold.cl Design You Trust Look In Art Agitatto
    • Design You Trust Odani Motohiko is a 26 year old Japanese Artist best known for visions of future premised… Source: http://designyoutrust.com/2009/09/11/odani-motohiko/
    • Are bloggers to be trusted?
      • Who is Odani Motohiko?
      Bold.cl Design You Trust Look In Art Agitatto
    • Look In Art Source: http://www.lookinart.net/2009/09/odani-motohiko_11.html
    • Are bloggers to be trusted?
      • Who is Odani Motohiko?
      Bold.cl Design You Trust Look In Art Agitatto
    • Agitatto Source: http://www.agitatto.com/blog/?p=1487
    • Who is Odani Motohiko?
      • Odani Motohiko is a 26 years old female Japanese artist
      Bold.cl Design You Trust Look In Art Agitatto
    • Yamamoto Gendai Source: http://www.yamamotogendai.org/english/artist/odani.html
    • Art It Source: http://www.art-it.jp/e_interview05.php
    • Assembly Language Source: http://www.assemblylanguage.com/reviews/Odani.html
    • Assembly Language Source: http://www.assemblylanguage.com/reviews/Odani.html
    • Who is Odani Motohiko?
      • Odani Motohiko is a 37 years old male Japanese artist (as of 2009)
      Bold.cl Design You Trust Look In Art Agitatto
    • 4 Reasons for trusting bloggers over general-assignment reporters
      • Niche expertise
      • Transparency in motives
      • Transparency in process
      • Forthrightness about mistakes
          • (Mary Hodder, product manager at Technorati and creator of the Napsterization blog)
      Source: http://www.ojr.org/ojr/technology/1092267863.php
    • Bold.cl Source: http://www.bold.cl/?p=4072
    • 5 things journalists should learn from bloggers
      • Linking to sources
      • Updating information
      • Continue dialogue with readers
      • Active promotion of your own content
      • Embedding relevant content from other sources
      • ( John Einar Sandvand, BetaTales)
      Source: http://www.betatales.com/2010/06/23/5-things-journalists-should-learn-from-bloggers/
    • Defining Journalists
      • Professional ethics
        • Professional dedicated to truth seeking
      • Professional training
        • Trained to report nonfiction events to an audience
      • Proper starting point is the content itself
      • (Arthur S. Hayes, Jane B. Singer, Jerry Ceppos)
      Source: Shifting Roles, Enduring Values: The Credible Journalist in a Digital Age
    • To be a credible journalist
      • A philosophy of moral values is shaped by the journalist’s or news organization’s need to be perceived by its audience as contributing to public discourse by providing factual , reliable , timely , and meaningful information .
      • (Arthur S. Hayes, Jane B. Singer, Jerry Ceppos)
      Source: Shifting Roles, Enduring Values: The Credible Journalist in a Digital Age
    • To be a credible journalist
      • Same Principles, new rationale
        • Truth telling – Maintain relationship based on trust
        • Fairness – Golden Rule of human relationship
          • (Jane B Singer)
      Source: www.newsombudsmen.org/singer.ppt
    • 10 least trusted professions
      • 1. Politicians
      • 2. Bankers
      • 3. Journalists
      • 4. Car salesmen
      • 5. Estate agents
      • 6. Electricians
      • 7. Plumbers
      • 8. Builders
      • 9. Car mechanics
      • 10. Footballers
      • ( The Co-operative Bank Aug 2010)
      Source: http://www.beatthatquote.com/news/banking/10-least-trusted-professions.html
    • 10 least trusted professions
      • 1. Politicians
      • 2. Bankers
      • 3. Journalists
      • 4. Car salesmen
      • 5. Estate agents
      • 6. Electricians
      • 7. Plumbers
      • 8. Builders
      • 9. Car mechanics
      • 10. Footballers
      • ( The Co-operative Bank Aug 2010)
      Source: http://www.beatthatquote.com/news/banking/10-least-trusted-professions.html
    • References
      • Hayes A, Singer J, Ceppos J 2007, Shifting Roles, Enduring Values: The Credible Journalist in a Digital Age, Journal of Mass Media Ethics, vol.22, no.4, p.262-279.
      • Lasica, JD 2004, Transparency begets trust in the Ever-Expanding Blogsphere, Online Journalism Review, http://www.ojr.org/ojr/technology/1092267863.php
      • BeatthatQuote.com 2010, assessed 15 Aug 2010, http://www.beatthatquote.com/news/banking/10-least-trusted-professions.html
      • Exploring San Francisco: Journalism, still a nobel profession? 2009, YouTube, assessed 15 Aug 2010, http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9rJ7qjaL87g
      • An artist and how wrong information travels in the net 2009, assessed 15 Aug 2010, http://fbrevolution.com/2009/09/12/an-artist-and-how-wrong-information-travels-in-the-net.html
      • Bold.cl 2009, assessed 15 Aug 2010, http://www.bold.cl/?p=4072
      • Design You Trust 2009, assessed 15 Aug 2010, http://designyoutrust.com/2009/09/11/odani-motohiko/
      • Look In Art 2009, assessed 15 Aug 2010, http://www.lookinart.net/2009/09/odani-motohiko_11.html
      • Agitatto 2009, assessed 15 Aug 2010, http://www.agitatto.com/blog/?p=1487
      • Yamamoto Gendai 2004, assessed 15 Aug 2010, http://www.yamamotogendai.org/english/artist/odani.html
      • Art-It 2007, assessed 15 Aug 2010, http://www.art-it.jp/e_interview05.php
      • Assembly Language 1997, assessed 15 Aug 2010, http://www.assemblylanguage.com/reviews/Odani.html
      • BetaTales 2010, assessed 15 Aug 2010, http://www.betatales.com/2010/06/23/5-things-journalists-should-learn-from-bloggers/
      • Singer J 2008, Norms and the Network: Journalism Ethics in a Shared Media Space, Organization of News Ombudsmen Stockholm