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rNews: Embedding Metadata in On-line News

From the talk at SemTech

Wednesday, June 8, 2011
09:45 AM - 10:35 AM
Level: Business / Non-Technical
Case Study
Location: Yosemite A

The IPTC, a consortium of the world's major news agencies, news publishers and news industry vendors, recently released rNews, a semantic standard for on-line news. rNews uses RDFa to annotate HTML documents with news-specific metadata, to help with search, ad placement, aggregation and the sharing of on-line news. Jayson Lorenzen, a software engineer with Business Wire and one of the IPTC Member organization delegates working on rNews, will give an overview of the IPTC, the rNews standard, why rNews is needed and how the standard was eventually created. The talk will include use cases and live demonstrations of rNews and will end with a call to action for you to participate; rNews is currently at version 0.5 and the IPTC is looking for feedback on how to improve the standard.

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  • -IPTC (The International Press Telecommunications Council) Creates and maintains standards for the exchange of news. a non-profit consortium of the world's major news agencies and news industry vendors. Creats and maintains standards for the exchange of news (and for embedding metadata in photos) used by virtually every major news organization in the world. -Established in 1965 by a group of news organisations to safeguard the telecommunications interests of the World's Press. Group included the Alliance Européenne des Agences de Presse, ANPA (now NAA), FIEJ (now WAN) and the North American News Agencies (a joint committee of Associated Press, Canadian Press and United Press International) . -IPTC 7901, internationalized version of ANPA 1312 from Newspaper Association of America (NAA), formerly the American Newspaper Publishers Association (ANPA) -Since the 1990's IPTC's standardization work is based on open standards (first SGML, then the XML family of standards, MIME, Unicode, and so on.) -NITF News Industry Text Format, SGML Standard Generalized Markup Language first XML (stated as SGML) to exchange news -2001 NewsML IPTC's first standard to exchange multimedia news (XML)
  • -IPTC (The International Press Telecommunications Council) Creates and maintains standards for the exchange of news. a non-profit consortium of the world's major news agencies and news industry vendors. Creats and maintains standards for the exchange of news (and for embedding metadata in photos) used by virtually every major news organization in the world. -Established in 1965 by a group of news organisations to safeguard the telecommunications interests of the World's Press. Group included the Alliance Européenne des Agences de Presse, ANPA (now NAA), FIEJ (now WAN) and the North American News Agencies (a joint committee of Associated Press, Canadian Press and United Press International) . -IPTC 7901, internationalized version of ANPA 1312 from Newspaper Association of America (NAA), formerly the American Newspaper Publishers Association (ANPA) -Since the 1990's IPTC's standardization work is based on open standards (first SGML, then the XML family of standards, MIME, Unicode, and so on.) -NITF News Industry Text Format, SGML Standard Generalized Markup Language first XML (stated as SGML) to exchange news -2001 NewsML IPTC's first standard to exchange multimedia news (XML)
  • -IPTC (The International Press Telecommunications Council) Creates and maintains standards for the exchange of news. a non-profit consortium of the world's major news agencies and news industry vendors. Creats and maintains standards for the exchange of news (and for embedding metadata in photos) used by virtually every major news organization in the world. -Established in 1965 by a group of news organisations to safeguard the telecommunications interests of the World's Press. Group included the Alliance Européenne des Agences de Presse, ANPA (now NAA), FIEJ (now WAN) and the North American News Agencies (a joint committee of Associated Press, Canadian Press and United Press International) . -IPTC 7901, internationalized version of ANPA 1312 from Newspaper Association of America (NAA), formerly the American Newspaper Publishers Association (ANPA) -Since the 1990's IPTC's standardization work is based on open standards (first SGML, then the XML family of standards, MIME, Unicode, and so on.) -NITF News Industry Text Format, SGML Standard Generalized Markup Language first XML (stated as SGML) to exchange news -2001 NewsML IPTC's first standard to exchange multimedia news (XML)
  • -IPTC (The International Press Telecommunications Council) Creates and maintains standards for the exchange of news. a non-profit consortium of the world's major news agencies and news industry vendors. Creats and maintains standards for the exchange of news (and for embedding metadata in photos) used by virtually every major news organization in the world. -Established in 1965 by a group of news organisations to safeguard the telecommunications interests of the World's Press. Group included the Alliance Européenne des Agences de Presse, ANPA (now NAA), FIEJ (now WAN) and the North American News Agencies (a joint committee of Associated Press, Canadian Press and United Press International) . -IPTC 7901, internationalized version of ANPA 1312 from Newspaper Association of America (NAA), formerly the American Newspaper Publishers Association (ANPA) -Since the 1990's IPTC's standardization work is based on open standards (first SGML, then the XML family of standards, MIME, Unicode, and so on.) -NITF News Industry Text Format, SGML Standard Generalized Markup Language first XML (stated as SGML) to exchange news -2001 NewsML IPTC's first standard to exchange multimedia news (XML)
  • -IPTC (The International Press Telecommunications Council) Creates and maintains standards for the exchange of news. a non-profit consortium of the world's major news agencies and news industry vendors. Creats and maintains standards for the exchange of news (and for embedding metadata in photos) used by virtually every major news organization in the world. -Established in 1965 by a group of news organisations to safeguard the telecommunications interests of the World's Press. Group included the Alliance Européenne des Agences de Presse, ANPA (now NAA), FIEJ (now WAN) and the North American News Agencies (a joint committee of Associated Press, Canadian Press and United Press International) . -IPTC 7901, internationalized version of ANPA 1312 from Newspaper Association of America (NAA), formerly the American Newspaper Publishers Association (ANPA) -Since the 1990's IPTC's standardization work is based on open standards (first SGML, then the XML family of standards, MIME, Unicode, and so on.) -NITF News Industry Text Format, SGML Standard Generalized Markup Language first XML (stated as SGML) to exchange news -2001 NewsML IPTC's first standard to exchange multimedia news (XML)
  • -IPTC 7901, internationalized version of ANPA 1312 from Newspaper Association of America (NAA), formerly the American Newspaper Publishers Association (ANPA) IPTC 7901 for the transmission of text content to newspapers, news agencies and other recipients. Initially released in the early eighties and last updated in 1995 though it is still in use my many news organizations around the world. Structured text format, using mainly whitespace delimiters (Space and CR LF characters)
  • -IPTC 7901, internationalized version of ANPA 1312 from Newspaper Association of America (NAA), formerly the American Newspaper Publishers Association (ANPA) IPTC 7901 for the transmission of text content to newspapers, news agencies and other recipients. Initially released in the early eighties and last updated in 1995 though it is still in use my many news organizations around the world. Structured text format, using mainly whitespace delimiters (Space and CR LF characters)
  • -Since the 1990's IPTC's standardization work is based on open standards (first SGML, then the XML family of standards, MIME, Unicode, and so on.) -NITF News Industry Text Format, SGML Standard Generalized Markup Language first XML (stated as SGML) to exchange news
  • -Since the 1990's IPTC's standardization work is based on open standards (first SGML, then the XML family of standards, MIME, Unicode, and so on.) -NITF News Industry Text Format, SGML Standard Generalized Markup Language first XML (stated as SGML) to exchange news
  • -Since the 1990's IPTC's standardization work is based on open standards (first SGML, then the XML family of standards, MIME, Unicode, and so on.) -NITF News Industry Text Format, SGML Standard Generalized Markup Language first XML (stated as SGML) to exchange news
  • -Since the 1990's IPTC's standardization work is based on open standards (first SGML, then the XML family of standards, MIME, Unicode, and so on.) -NITF News Industry Text Format, SGML Standard Generalized Markup Language first XML (stated as SGML) to exchange news
  • -IPTC 7901, internationalized version of ANPA 1312 from Newspaper Association of America (NAA), formerly the American Newspaper Publishers Association (ANPA) IPTC 7901 for the transmission of text content to newspapers, news agencies and other recipients. Initially released in the early eighties and last updated in 1995 though it is still in use my many news organizations around the world. Structured text format, using mainly whitespace delimiters (Space and CR LF characters)
  • -IPTC 7901, internationalized version of ANPA 1312 from Newspaper Association of America (NAA), formerly the American Newspaper Publishers Association (ANPA) IPTC 7901 for the transmission of text content to newspapers, news agencies and other recipients. Initially released in the early eighties and last updated in 1995 though it is still in use my many news organizations around the world. Structured text format, using mainly whitespace delimiters (Space and CR LF characters)
  • IPTC 7901 for the transmission of text content to newspapers, news agencies and other recipients. Initially released in the early eighties and last updated in 1995 though it is still in use my many news organizations around the world. Structured text format, using mainly whitespace delimiters (Space and CR LF characters) The format is composed of four sections: preheader information, message header, message text, post-text information
  • IPTC 7901 for the transmission of text content to newspapers, news agencies and other recipients. Initially released in the early eighties and last updated in 1995 though it is still in use my many news organizations around the world. Structured text format, using mainly whitespace delimiters (Space and CR LF characters) The format is composed of four sections: preheader information, message header, message text, post-text information
  • IPTC 7901 for the transmission of text content to newspapers, news agencies and other recipients. Initially released in the early eighties and last updated in 1995 though it is still in use my many news organizations around the world. Structured text format, using mainly whitespace delimiters (Space and CR LF characters) The format is composed of four sections: preheader information, message header, message text, post-text information
  • IPTC 7901 for the transmission of text content to newspapers, news agencies and other recipients. Initially released in the early eighties and last updated in 1995 though it is still in use my many news organizations around the world. Structured text format, using mainly whitespace delimiters (Space and CR LF characters) The format is composed of four sections: preheader information, message header, message text, post-text information
  • IPTC 7901 for the transmission of text content to newspapers, news agencies and other recipients. Initially released in the early eighties and last updated in 1995 though it is still in use my many news organizations around the world. Structured text format, using mainly whitespace delimiters (Space and CR LF characters) The format is composed of four sections: preheader information, message header, message text, post-text information
  • IPTC 7901 for the transmission of text content to newspapers, news agencies and other recipients. Initially released in the early eighties and last updated in 1995 though it is still in use my many news organizations around the world. Structured text format, using mainly whitespace delimiters (Space and CR LF characters) The format is composed of four sections: preheader information, message header, message text, post-text information
  • -IPTC 7901, internationalized version of ANPA 1312 from Newspaper Association of America (NAA), formerly the American Newspaper Publishers Association (ANPA) IPTC 7901 for the transmission of text content to newspapers, news agencies and other recipients. Initially released in the early eighties and last updated in 1995 though it is still in use my many news organizations around the world. Structured text format, using mainly whitespace delimiters (Space and CR LF characters)
  • -IPTC 7901, internationalized version of ANPA 1312 from Newspaper Association of America (NAA), formerly the American Newspaper Publishers Association (ANPA) IPTC 7901 for the transmission of text content to newspapers, news agencies and other recipients. Initially released in the early eighties and last updated in 1995 though it is still in use my many news organizations around the world. Structured text format, using mainly whitespace delimiters (Space and CR LF characters)
  • -IPTC 7901, internationalized version of ANPA 1312 from Newspaper Association of America (NAA), formerly the American Newspaper Publishers Association (ANPA) IPTC 7901 for the transmission of text content to newspapers, news agencies and other recipients. Initially released in the early eighties and last updated in 1995 though it is still in use my many news organizations around the world. Structured text format, using mainly whitespace delimiters (Space and CR LF characters)
  • -IPTC 7901, internationalized version of ANPA 1312 from Newspaper Association of America (NAA), formerly the American Newspaper Publishers Association (ANPA) IPTC 7901 for the transmission of text content to newspapers, news agencies and other recipients. Initially released in the early eighties and last updated in 1995 though it is still in use my many news organizations around the world. Structured text format, using mainly whitespace delimiters (Space and CR LF characters)
  • -IPTC 7901, internationalized version of ANPA 1312 from Newspaper Association of America (NAA), formerly the American Newspaper Publishers Association (ANPA) IPTC 7901 for the transmission of text content to newspapers, news agencies and other recipients. Initially released in the early eighties and last updated in 1995 though it is still in use my many news organizations around the world. Structured text format, using mainly whitespace delimiters (Space and CR LF characters)
  • -IPTC 7901, internationalized version of ANPA 1312 from Newspaper Association of America (NAA), formerly the American Newspaper Publishers Association (ANPA) IPTC 7901 for the transmission of text content to newspapers, news agencies and other recipients. Initially released in the early eighties and last updated in 1995 though it is still in use my many news organizations around the world. Structured text format, using mainly whitespace delimiters (Space and CR LF characters)
  • -IPTC 7901, internationalized version of ANPA 1312 from Newspaper Association of America (NAA), formerly the American Newspaper Publishers Association (ANPA) IPTC 7901 for the transmission of text content to newspapers, news agencies and other recipients. Initially released in the early eighties and last updated in 1995 though it is still in use my many news organizations around the world. Structured text format, using mainly whitespace delimiters (Space and CR LF characters)
  • If the IPTC would decide to use metadata from different namespaces we have to ask; which one to choose? The W3C (Media Annotations group) is working on a news ontology and lists twenty (20), different existing metadata schemas. And there are others not listed there. That was another good reason to start with only a single namespace, some mapping would be required in this but also in a multi-namespace case. So ... A: why we haven't sub-classed or aligned to existing vocabularies. A: we want to, but felt that this work would best be carried out in collaboration with the broader semantic web community -- you. If anybody would like to propose such an alignment we'd be happy to consider
  • -IPTC 7901, internationalized version of ANPA 1312 from Newspaper Association of America (NAA), formerly the American Newspaper Publishers Association (ANPA) IPTC 7901 for the transmission of text content to newspapers, news agencies and other recipients. Initially released in the early eighties and last updated in 1995 though it is still in use my many news organizations around the world. Structured text format, using mainly whitespace delimiters (Space and CR LF characters)
  • -IPTC 7901, internationalized version of ANPA 1312 from Newspaper Association of America (NAA), formerly the American Newspaper Publishers Association (ANPA) IPTC 7901 for the transmission of text content to newspapers, news agencies and other recipients. Initially released in the early eighties and last updated in 1995 though it is still in use my many news organizations around the world. Structured text format, using mainly whitespace delimiters (Space and CR LF characters)
  • -IPTC 7901, internationalized version of ANPA 1312 from Newspaper Association of America (NAA), formerly the American Newspaper Publishers Association (ANPA) IPTC 7901 for the transmission of text content to newspapers, news agencies and other recipients. Initially released in the early eighties and last updated in 1995 though it is still in use my many news organizations around the world. Structured text format, using mainly whitespace delimiters (Space and CR LF characters)
  • -IPTC 7901, internationalized version of ANPA 1312 from Newspaper Association of America (NAA), formerly the American Newspaper Publishers Association (ANPA) IPTC 7901 for the transmission of text content to newspapers, news agencies and other recipients. Initially released in the early eighties and last updated in 1995 though it is still in use my many news organizations around the world. Structured text format, using mainly whitespace delimiters (Space and CR LF characters)
  • -IPTC 7901, internationalized version of ANPA 1312 from Newspaper Association of America (NAA), formerly the American Newspaper Publishers Association (ANPA) IPTC 7901 for the transmission of text content to newspapers, news agencies and other recipients. Initially released in the early eighties and last updated in 1995 though it is still in use my many news organizations around the world. Structured text format, using mainly whitespace delimiters (Space and CR LF characters)
  • - rNews start in or around Sept of 2010 via conference calls. (20 on 1 st call, incl. from: AP, BBC, BW, EBU, Getty, IFRA, NYT, PA, TR, Xinhua Work was begun to make the IPTC controlled vocabularies linkable and to align them with other sources of linked data (DBPedia). Hosting and formats for the data were discussed An effort to create an ontology for news, using NewsML G2, the latest IPTC standard for the exchange of news, as a starting point, was begun. RDFa was chosen as the vehicle
  • If the IPTC would decide to use metadata from different namespaces we have to ask; which one to choose? The W3C (Media Annotations group) is working on a news ontology and lists twenty (20), different existing metadata schemas. And there are others not listed there. That was another good reason to start with only a single namespace, some mapping would be required in this but also in a multi-namespace case. So ... A: why we haven't sub-classed or aligned to existing vocabularies. A: we want to, but felt that this work would best be carried out in collaboration with the broader semantic web community -- you. If anybody would like to propose such an alignment we'd be happy to consider
  • TinyMCE WYSIWYG Editor - Open Source Software project Ontos rNews Solution is based on TinyMCE and adds rNews tagging
  • TinyMCE WYSIWYG Editor - Open Source Software project Ontos rNews Solution is based on TinyMCE and adds rNews tagging
  • TinyMCE WYSIWYG Editor - Open Source Software project Ontos rNews Solution is based on TinyMCE and adds rNews tagging
  • TinyMCE WYSIWYG Editor - Open Source Software project Ontos rNews Solution is based on TinyMCE and adds rNews tagging
  • Jayson lorenzen iptc_rnews_overview

    1. 1. <ul>rNews: Embedding Metadata in On-line News </ul><ul><li>Jayson Lorenzen, Business Wire
    2. 2. [email_address] @jays0n
    3. 3. SemTech June 5-9 2011, San Francisco, CA </li></ul>
    4. 4. Outline <ul><li>Introduction to the IPTC </li></ul>
    5. 5. Outline <ul><li>Introduction to the IPTC </li></ul><ul><li>Why semantic markup for
    6. 6. news is needed </li></ul>
    7. 7. Outline <ul><li>Introduction to the IPTC </li></ul><ul><li>Why semantic markup for
    8. 8. news is needed </li></ul><ul><li>Overview of the rNews standard </li></ul>
    9. 9. Outline <ul><li>Introduction to the IPTC </li></ul><ul><li>Why semantic markup for
    10. 10. news is needed </li></ul><ul><li>Overview of the rNews standard </li></ul><ul><li>How the standard was created </li></ul>
    11. 11. Outline <ul><li>Introduction to the IPTC </li></ul><ul><li>Why semantic markup for
    12. 12. news is needed </li></ul><ul><li>Overview of the rNews standard </li></ul><ul><li>How the standard was created </li></ul><ul><li>Demos and Use Cases </li></ul>
    13. 13. IPTC: Background http://www.iptc.org <ul>International Press <li>Telecommunications Council </li></ul>IPTC
    14. 14. IPTC: Background <ul><li>A consortium of the world's major news
    15. 15. organizations, associations
    16. 16. and industry vendors </li></ul>. . .
    17. 17. IPTC: Background <ul>There are <li>currently about
    18. 18. 70 member organizations in
    19. 19. the IPTC </li></ul>
    20. 20. IPTC: Background <ul>Founded in 1965 <li>to safeguard
    21. 21. and develop the
    22. 22. telecommunications
    23. 23. interests of the press </li></ul>
    24. 24. IPTC: Background <ul><li>Creates and maintains standards for the exchange of news </li></ul>
    25. 25. IPTC: 7901 http://www.iptc.org/site/News_Exchange_Formats/IPTC_7901 <ul>In the 70s, IPTC 7901 is <li>the first IPTC standard for news </li></ul>
    26. 26. IPTC: 7901 REU1143 4 OEC 114 (reecr) F1001481 BC-CUSTOMS-COUNTERFEITING Commission to press Internal Market Council on pirated goods BRUSSELS, Nov 10 (Reuter) - Customs commissioner Fred Bloggs today announced that pirated goods would be available in all European markets by the end of the millennium The commission's proposal was welcomed by all member states however, customs authorities declined to comment due to the possible implications on staffing Levels. REUTER 1548 101193 GMT <ul><li>Structured text format, using mainly whitespace delimiters </li></ul>
    27. 27. IPTC: IIM http://www.iptc.org/site/News_Exchange_Formats/IIM/ <ul><li>In the 80s and 90s, IIM (Information Interchange Model)
    28. 28. is the first IPTC multimedia format
    29. 29. &quot;IPTC fields” / &quot;IPTC header” in Digital Image Files </li></ul>
    30. 30. IPTC: XML Standards Also in the 90s NITF (News Industry Text Format) <ul><li>Structure for independent news articles </li></ul><?xml version=&quot;1.0&quot;?> <nitf> <head> <title>Norfolk Weather and Tide Updates</title> <tobject tobject.type=&quot;news&quot;>/body.content> http://www.nitf.org
    31. 31. IPTC: XML Standards NewsML Structure for packages of news items containing text, photo, graphics, and video components <NewsML Version=&quot;1.2&quot;> ... <NewsItem> <Identification> <NewsIdentifier> <ProviderId>businesswire.com</ProviderId><NewsItemId>20100809006755 ... http://www.newsml.org
    32. 32. IPTC: XML Standards G2 Family of standards XML Schema based components shared by entire family: (NewsML-G2, EventsML-G2 & SportsML-G2) <newsItem guid=&quot;urn :newsml:acmenews.com:20081125T1205:US-FINANCE-PAULSON&quot; version=&quot;3&quot; xmlns=&quot;http://iptc.org/std/nar/2006-10-01/&quot; standard=&quot;NewsML-G2&quot; http://iptc.org/site/News_Exchange_Formats/IPTC_G2-Standards_- _about_which_one_do_you_want_to_know_more
    33. 33. IPTC: NewsCodes http://www.newscodes.org <ul>Taxonomies for the News Industry <li>Linkable Data available in RDF/XML
    34. 34. & Turtle </li></ul>
    35. 35. rNews: <ul><li>Why we need semantic markup for news </li></ul>
    36. 36. rNews: why The Problem of Structured Data <ul><li>Modern Web Sites
    37. 37. Built with 3 Tier Architecture </li><ul><li>Data Tier :
    38. 38. Database where content lives
    39. 39. Logic Tier :
    40. 40. Software that reads from the data tier and outputs the presentation tier
    41. 41. Presentation Tier :
    42. 42. HTML document sent
    43. 43. to the user </li></ul></ul>
    44. 44. rNews: why Though the data is carried forward, most of the structure is lost
    45. 45. rNews: why With structured data search engines, social networks and aggregators can better link to news With structured data No structured data
    46. 46. rNews: why
    47. 47. rNews: why <body> <div id=&quot;bwNews&quot;> <div id=&quot;bwNewsRelease&quot;> <div id=&quot;bwNewsBody&quot;> <div id=&quot;bwCompanyLogos&quot;> <img... </div> <div id=&quot;bwStory&quot;> <div class=&quot;bwStoryDateline&quot;>May 5, 2011 12:52 UTC</div> <h1>Retail Report on April 2011 Retail Sales Figures</h1> <div id=&quot;bwStoryBody&quot;>... Scrape?
    48. 48. rNews: why <ul>APIs? <ul>API and Technology different for each company contractual agreement might be required </ul>May not always be an option for search engines, and social networks </ul>
    49. 49. How do we solve these problems rNews:
    50. 50. rNews: Three major approaches
    51. 51. rNews: Microformats: hNews (microformats.org)
    52. 52. rNews: Microdata: schema.org/NewsArticle
    53. 53. rNews: RDF / RDFa:
    54. 54. rNews: http://www.rnews.org <ul>rNews <li>A model for news-specific metadata in HTML </li></ul>
    55. 55. rNews: Design Goals
    56. 56. rNews: Design Goals Decision makers should see rNews implementation as a minor time commitment
    57. 57. rNews: Design Goals Developers should not have to be Semantic Web experts to implement rNews
    58. 58. rNews: Design Goals Semantic Web experts should be able to Leverage rNews-annotated documents
    59. 59. rNews: Design Strategy
    60. 60. rNews: Design Strategy Unified Namespace Instead of:
    61. 61. rNews: Design Strategy xmlns:dc=&quot;http://purl.org/dc/elements/1.1/&quot; xmlns:dcterm=&quot;http://purl.org/dc/terms/&quot; xmlns:ctag=&quot;http://commontag.org/ns#&quot; xmlns:c=&quot;http://s.opencalais.com/1/pred/&quot; xmlns:v=&quot;http://rdf.data-vocabulary.org/#&quot; xmlns:foaf=&quot;http://xmlns.com/foaf/0.1/&quot; xmlns:sioc=&quot;http://rdfs.org/sioc/ns#&quot; xmlns:sioctypes=&quot;http://rdfs.org/sioc/types#&quot; xmlns:fb=&quot;http://developers.facebook.com/schema/&quot; xmlns:og=&quot;http://opengraphprotocol.org/schema/&quot;
    62. 62. rNews: Design Strategy Reuse existing IPTC Standards IPTC standards widely used in the industry Familiar to implementors Familiar to the IPTC
    63. 63. rNews: Design Strategy Use Controlled Vocabularies to Minimize number Of objects and properties cv.iptc.org/newscodes/ format / cv.iptc.org/newscodes/ audiocodec / cv.iptc.org/newscodes/ videocodec / cv.iptc.org/newscodes/ mediatype /
    64. 64. rNews: Classes & Properties http://dev.iptc.org/rnewsowl
    65. 65. rNews: Class Diagram
    66. 66. rNews: Classes
    67. 67. rNews: Classes
    68. 68. rNews: Classes
    69. 69. rNews: Classes
    70. 70. rNews: Classes
    71. 71. rNews: Classes
    72. 72. rNews: Classes
    73. 73. rNews: Classes
    74. 74. rNews: Classes
    75. 75. rNews: how rNews was created
    76. 76. rNews:how it was created IIM IPTC 7901 The IPTC have done this before
    77. 77. rNews:how it was created
    78. 78. rNews: Timeline CONCEPT STANDARD
    79. 79. rNews: Timeline 2010 September rNews proposed to IPTC at the fall meeting STANDARD
    80. 80. rNews: Timeline rNews draft v0.1 approved by IPTC at spring meeting 2010 September 2011 Mar rNews proposed to IPTC at the fall meeting STANDARD
    81. 81. rNews: Timeline rNews draft v0.1 approved by IPTC at spring meeting 2010 September 2011 Mar 2011 Mar - May rNews proposed to IPTC at the fall meeting Public Testing & feedback STANDARD
    82. 82. rNews: rNews draft v0.1 approved by IPTC at spring meeting 2010 September 2011 Mar 2011 Mar - May rNews proposed to IPTC at the fall meeting Public Testing & feedback STANDARD IPTC and Member companies: AP, NYTimes, EBU, Getty Images, Business Wire, Press Association, Transtel, Thomson Reuters, XML Team, IPTC and more ... Guests and forum members Semantic-web and linked-data W3C mailing lists: lists.w3.org/Archives/Public/semantic-web/2011Apr/0050.html lists.w3.org/Archives/Public/public-lod/2011Apr/0055.html many news organizations & invited experts involved
    83. 83. rNews: Timeline rNews draft v0.1 approved by IPTC at spring meeting IPTC to vote on rNews draft v0.5 at summer meeting 2010 September 2011 Mar 2011 Mar - May 2011 June rNews proposed to IPTC at the fall meeting Public Testing & feedback STANDARD
    84. 84. STANDARD rNews: Timeline rNews draft v0.1 approved by IPTC at spring meeting IPTC to vote on rNews draft v0.5 at summer meeting 2010 September 2011 Mar 2011 Mar - May 2011 June 2011 June - Sept rNews proposed to IPTC at the fall meeting Public Testing & feedback Request public Testing & feedback
    85. 85. rNews: Timeline rNews draft v0.1 approved by IPTC at spring meeting Final IPTC Vote on rNews IPTC to vote on rNews draft v0.5 at summer meeting 2010 September 2011 Mar 2011 Mar - May 2011 June 2011 June - Sept rNews proposed to IPTC at the fall meeting Public Testing & feedback Request public Testing & feedback 2011 Sept
    86. 86. nNews: Use Cases & Demos http://dev.iptc.org/rNews-Video-Tutorials “ Seven rNews Ideas”
    87. 87. rNews: Use Case / Demo Business Wire & rNews (we leave presentation for this one) http://www.businesswire.com
    88. 88. rNews: Use Case / Demo rNews and TinyMCE http://www.ontos.com
    89. 89. Editor I (manual)… In a WYSIWYG tool, User selects text and chooses the rNews type from the drop down When saving/submitting the tool creates HTML the including RDFa/rNews. WYSIWYG Editor (e.g. TinyMCE)
    90. 90. Editor I (manual)… Close up showing the tripple browser and the property chooser menus WYSIWYG Editor (e.g. TinyMCE)
    91. 91. Editor II (semi)-automatic… Same WYSIWYG editor, but using a feature to “Automatically annotate content” Calls an annotation system (e.g. from Ontos) that will analyze the article and suggest the tags/values. The user can still change the tags before saving.
    92. 92. Editor II (semi)-automatic… Close up showing the items in the story the analyzer selected for tagging
    93. 93. rNews: Use Case / Demo Kasabi & rNews http://beta.kasabi.com/dataset/rnews-sampler
    94. 94. rNews: Use Case / Demo
    95. 95. rNews: Call To Action How you can continue the community involvement
    96. 96. rNews: Call To Action Today : Try rNews on your site and continue sending us feedback what is works well, what needs work Fall 11: Implement version rNews 1.0 on your web site Build tools to utilize news data made available via rNews
    97. 97. rNews: resources Main rNews development site http://www.rnews.org
    98. 98. rNews: resources Main rNews development site http://www.rnews.org
    99. 99. rNews: resources Main rNews development site http://www.rnews.org
    100. 100. Metadata Flicker:kandinski http://www.flickr.com/photos/hiperactivo/4363868235/ Recycle Flickr:nickwheeleroz/ http://www.flickr.com/photos/nickwheeleroz/2295584401/ Thank you! Photo Credits: 1965 Flickr:the justified sinner http://www.flickr.com/photos/the_justified_sinner/3720950777/ Blocks Flickr:naoyafujii http://www.flickr.com/photos/naoyafujii/4666856356/

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