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The third and final set of slides from my workshops with first year Social Media students at University of Sunderland. March 2010.

The third and final set of slides from my workshops with first year Social Media students at University of Sunderland. March 2010.

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    News shift? News shift? Presentation Transcript

    • News shift? MAC114, University of Sunderland March 2010 Slideshare.net/joshhalliday @joshhalliday josh@joshhalliday.net
    • 92% of Americans use multiple platforms to get their daily news http://www.pewinternet.org/Reports/2010/Online-News.aspx @joshhalliday josh@joshhalliday.net
    • 1. Local TV news 2. National TV news 3. Internet 4. National newspapers 5. Local print newspapers 6. Radio http://www.pewinternet.org/Reports/2010/Online-News.aspx @joshhalliday josh@joshhalliday.net
    • Portable: 33% of mobile phone owners access news on their mobiles http://www.pewinternet.org/Reports/2010/Online-News.aspx @joshhalliday josh@joshhalliday.net
    • Personalised: 28% of Internet users tailor home page to suit wants/needs http://www.pewinternet.org/Reports/2010/Online-News.aspx @joshhalliday josh@joshhalliday.net
    • 75% of those who read news online get it shared from friends. http://www.pewinternet.org/Reports/2010/Online-News.aspx @joshhalliday josh@joshhalliday.net
    • Participatory: 37% of Internet users have contributed to creation of news, commented on it, or shared it. http://www.pewinternet.org/Reports/2010/Online-News.aspx @joshhalliday josh@joshhalliday.net
    • ‘Focusing on the potential of the Web to serve geographic communities should be the driver of future industry innovations and industry-oriented research.[...] ‘With nearly limitless space constraints, the Web can offer newspapers the opportunity to provide expansive coverage of geographic areas without increased material and printing costs. This geographic focus can be amplified with additional reporting, citizen-produced news, formal or informal weblogs, and additional etools.’ [...] ‘The challenge to local newspapers in light of dwindling circulation figures nationwide is to stay geographically relevant,’ Rachel Davis Mersey (2009) ‘Online News Users’ Sense of Community’: Journalism Practice 3: 3 @joshhalliday josh@joshhalliday.net
    • Is SR2 Blog ‘real journalism’? @joshhalliday josh@joshhalliday.net