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The shift to a personalized news stream. Presentation to the Future of Journalism conference, Cardiff University, September 2011.

The shift to a personalized news stream. Presentation to the Future of Journalism conference, Cardiff University, September 2011.

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  • 1. Your Friend as Editor<br />The Shift to a Personalized Social News Stream<br />Alfred Hermida, Fred Fletcher, Darryl Korell, Donna Logan<br />Future of Journalism 2011<br />Cardiff University, 8 – 9 September<br />
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  • 3. The networked audience<br />Marwick and boyd (2011)<br />Photo: Luc Legay http://www.flickr.com/photos/luc/<br />
  • 4. Sharing the news<br />Photo: Pricklebush http://www.flickr.com/photos/pricklebush/<br />
  • 5. Methodology<br />Online survey of 1,682 Canadians<br />1,059 visit social networking sites at least monthly (63 per cent) <br />Conducted August 26-30, 2010<br />Photo: SeanHagen http://www.flickr.com/photos/rebelcan/<br />
  • 6. Social networks as news sources<br />(Internet users who visit social networking sites at least monthly; N = 1059)<br />
  • 7. The appeal of social news<br />(Internet users who visit social networking sites at least monthly; N = 1059)<br />
  • 8. News sources on a typical day<br />
  • 9. Attitudes to journalism<br />Use of social media in news reports<br />Use of Twitter by journalists<br />
  • 10. The social news consumer<br />Importance of social recommendation<br />Preference for friends rather than professionals<br />Editorial disaggregation<br />Photo: Travis Jon Allison http://www.flickr.com/photos/whybesubtle/ <br />
  • 11. The social news consumer<br />Mix of traditional and social sources<br />Open to non-traditional news sources<br />Canadians value diversity in news<br />Photo: lotusutol http://www.flickr.com/photos/lotusutol/ <br />
  • 12. Discussion<br />Networked publics<br />Reframing the news<br />Shaping news flows <br />Evolving relationship between the media and the audience <br />Photo: wouldleywonderworks http://www.flickr.com/photos/wwworks/ <br />
  • 13. Thank you<br />alfred.hermida@ubc.ca<br />@hermida<br />New book out now<br />All royalties go to Reporters Without Borders<br />

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