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Melbourne Writers Festival Closing Address
Melbourne Writers Festival Closing Address
Melbourne Writers Festival Closing Address
Melbourne Writers Festival Closing Address
Melbourne Writers Festival Closing Address
Melbourne Writers Festival Closing Address
Melbourne Writers Festival Closing Address
Melbourne Writers Festival Closing Address
Melbourne Writers Festival Closing Address
Melbourne Writers Festival Closing Address
Melbourne Writers Festival Closing Address
Melbourne Writers Festival Closing Address
Melbourne Writers Festival Closing Address
Melbourne Writers Festival Closing Address
Melbourne Writers Festival Closing Address
Melbourne Writers Festival Closing Address
Melbourne Writers Festival Closing Address
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  • 1. The New News Jan Schaffer Melbourne Writers Festival Sept. 3, 2010
  • 2. Creation of New Roles
    • Citizen media makers
    • Partnership coordinators
    • Fact entrepreneurs
    • Creative technologists
    • Philanthropic foundations
    • Universities
    • Advocacy groups
    • Government
  • 3. “ News Work”
    • More than reporting, validating, writing a story
      • Sharing information
      • Facilitating conversations
      • Crowdsourcing
      • Smart curation, aggregation
      • Data mining and visualizations
      • Social media distribution
  • 4. Changing the Big-J Industry
    • Deputize new reporters
    • Incentivize new sources
    • Empower new ideas
    • Re-imagine indispensable journalism
  • 5. Eight Trends in U.S. Media
  • 6. Hyperlocal News Sites
    • Individuals
    • Old Media Companies
    • New Media Companies
  • 7. Statewide News Ventures
  • 8. Independent Metro News Sites
  • 9. University-based News Sites
  • 10. Creative Technologists 2009 Knight-Batten Innovations in Journalism Winners
  • 11. Net-J Collaborations
  • 12. Philanthropic Foundations
  • 13. Advocacy News Sites
  • 14. 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”
  • 15. 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.
  • 16. New Measures of Success
    • New local coverge
    • Go-to places for crisis information
    • Empowered voters
    • Helped solve community problems
    • Fostered community media skills
  • 17.
    • 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

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