Open sourcing of Journalism by James Corbett

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  • Open sourcing of Journalism by James Corbett

    1. 1. From Gutenberg to YouTube: The Open Sourcing of Journalism { James Corbett corbettreport.com November 20-22, Lille
    2. 2. What is a journalist?
    3. 3. A brief history of journalism SCRIBE
    4. 4. A brief history of journalism TOWN CRIER
    5. 5. A brief history of journalism NEWSPAPER (1605)
    6. 6. A brief history of journalism NEWS AGENCY (1835)
    7. 7. A brief history of journalism NEWSREEL (1908)
    8. 8. A brief history of journalism RADIO NEWS (1920)
    9. 9. A brief history of journalism TELEVISION NEWS (1930)
    10. 10. A brief history of journalism ONLINE NEWS (1980)
    11. 11. A brief history of journalism What is driving the change? Technological innovation.
    12. 12. A brief history of journalism Gutenberg Printing Press Newspaper
    13. 13. A brief history of journalism Telegraph News agencies
    14. 14. A brief history of journalism Motion Picture Camera Newsreel
    15. 15. A brief history of journalism Wireless Radio Radio News
    16. 16. A brief history of journalism Television TV News
    17. 17. A brief history of journalism Internet Online News
    18. 18. So what? • Technological innovation leads to changes in our conception of journalism. • “Journalism” is not a monolithic, unchanging concept, but a fluid response to changing social, political, economic, and technological conditions. • Open source journalism is the next step in this innovation.
    19. 19. What is “open source journalism”? “Open-source journalism” Salon 1999
    20. 20. What is “open source journalism”? • Journalism that opens up its “source code” • Journalism that users can remix, reuse, republish and repurpose
    21. 21. What is “open source journalism”? New York Times 1999
    22. 22. What is “open source journalism”? New York Times 2013
    23. 23. What is “open source journalism”? corbettreport.com
    24. 24. What is “open source journalism”? corbettreport.com
    25. 25. What is “open source journalism”?
    26. 26. What is “open source journalism”?
    27. 27. What is “open source journalism”? Old paradigm New paradigm
    28. 28. What is a journalist?
    29. 29. From Gutenberg to YouTube: The Open Sourcing of Journalism { James Corbett corbettreport.com November 20-22, Lille

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