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    Melbourne Writers Festival Closing Address Melbourne Writers Festival Closing Address Presentation Transcript

    • The New News Jan Schaffer Melbourne Writers Festival Sept. 3, 2010
    • Creation of New Roles
      • Citizen media makers
      • Partnership coordinators
      • Fact entrepreneurs
      • Creative technologists
      • Philanthropic foundations
      • Universities
      • Advocacy groups
      • Government
    • “ News Work”
      • More than reporting, validating, writing a story
        • Sharing information
        • Facilitating conversations
        • Crowdsourcing
        • Smart curation, aggregation
        • Data mining and visualizations
        • Social media distribution
    • Changing the Big-J Industry
      • Deputize new reporters
      • Incentivize new sources
      • Empower new ideas
      • Re-imagine indispensable journalism
    • Eight Trends in U.S. Media
    • Hyperlocal News Sites
      • Individuals
      • Old Media Companies
      • New Media Companies
    • Statewide News Ventures
    • Independent Metro News Sites
    • University-based News Sites
    • Creative Technologists 2009 Knight-Batten Innovations in Journalism Winners
    • Net-J Collaborations
    • Philanthropic Foundations
    • Advocacy News Sites
    • Adding Value to Journalism
      • Coverage of “master narratives”
      • Stories that connect the dots on trends
      • More explanatory journalism
      • Asking the obvious questions
      • Revisiting paradigms
      • “ Zag instead of zig”
    • Five Key Lessons
      • Citizen journalism is a high-churn, high-touch enterprise.
      • Sweat equity is key.
      • Social media is game-changing.
      • The academic calendar is not good enough.
      • Hyperlocal sites are not a business yet.
    • New Measures of Success
      • New local coverge
      • Go-to places for crisis information
      • Empowered voters
      • Helped solve community problems
      • Fostered community media skills
      • Citizen Media Resources
      • KCNN.org - Knight Citizen News Network
      • J-Learning.org - How-to publish
      • J-NewVoices.org - Folo startups
      • J-Lab.org - Cool ideas
      • NewMediaWomen.org – Grants