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  • mdia5003 | conference presentation
    citizen journalism
    what I say is as important as what you say…isn’t it?
    Farah Tran-Dinh (3224355)
  • outline
    • key points:
    • internet journalism
    • citizen journalism
    • new media
    • my opinion.
    • future of journalism.
    • relevant readings.
  • internet journalism
    accessibility.
    producers consumers
    public information.
  • internet journalism
    (Source: allcitizens.org)
    (Source: allcitizens.org n.d)
    “anyone can do this…”
  • internet journalism
    new material.
    opinion.
    information.
    revolution.
  • Citizen journalism is…
    Citizen journalism is…
    Jay Rosen
  • citizen journalism
    • People formerly known as the audience, ‘inspired amateurs’
    • Perform similar function as reporters
    • Capture a fuller, richer picture of the world
    (Source: lynetter 2007)
    (Source: lynetter 2007)
  • citizen journalism
    “The news is a form of collective thinking…ideas and minds of the people that are changing the world, when they are heard.”
    - Hong Eun-taek (in Lemann 2006)
  • citizen journalism
    participation.
    interaction.
    conversation.
    action.
  • citizen journalism
    flickr.
    twitter.
  • citizen journalism
    (Source: Hilton 2010)
  • new media
    interactive entertainment. individual.
    examples.
    ‘Australia goes to the polls’ (animated news).
    • Australia goes to the polls (animated news)
    • Mobile Citizen Reporter (phone application)
    • YouTube Direct
  • so what do you think?
    replacement?
    supplement?
  • my opinion
    complement.
    relevance.
    quality.
    how.
    “…Internet journalism has to meet high
    standards both conceptually
    and practically”
    - Jeff Jarvis (in Lemann 2006)
  • consistency.
    new ways.
    different journalists.
    moving reporters to the Internet.
    future of journalism
  • relevant readings
    • ABC 2010, ‘Animated news service launches in Taiwan’, Australian Broadcasting Corporation, accessed 27 August 2010, <http://www.radioaustralia.net.au/asiapac/stories/201008/s2972577.htm>.
    • Dugmore, H 2010, ‘How training citizen journalists made a difference’, Idea Lab, weblog post,18 August, accessed 27 August 2010, <http://www.pbs.org/idealab/2010/08/how-training-citizen-journalists-made-a-difference222.html>.
    • EJO 2010, ‘Internet and public opinion’, European Journalism Observatory, weblog post, 15 March, accessed 29 August 2010, <http://en.ejo.ch/?p=1356>.
    • Fioretti, N 2010, ‘The New Journalism? Investigative and digital’, European Journalism Observatory, 18 May, accessed 29 August 2010, <http://en.ejo.ch/?p=1627>.
    • Morrissey, K 2010, ‘New era of journalism ahead: Hartigan’, The Sydney Morning Herald, 26 August, accessed 26 August 2010, <http://news.smh.com.au/breaking-news-national/new-era-of-journalism-ahead-hartigan-20100826-13tt4.html>.
    • Woodhead, J 2010, ‘New media, old journalism’, Australian Broadcasting Corporation, accessed 28 August 2010, <http://www.abc.net.au/unleashed/stories/s2958905.htm>.