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Apps, best practices, experiments and statistics on mobile journalism in practice, aimed at journalists in the Arab world. Presented at the International Center for Journalists Bootcamp in Cairo,......

Apps, best practices, experiments and statistics on mobile journalism in practice, aimed at journalists in the Arab world. Presented at the International Center for Journalists Bootcamp in Cairo, Egypt.

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  • Who has a smarthphone? Phone with web access?
  • up from 47% in 2008 March 2011, there were more than 800 applications either created by Arab developers or available in Arabic  54% on Nokia/Symbian, followed by Apple at 23%, BB 20% Those that don't have them 54% to get one in the next year. Use apps, preferred in English (Research in Motion)
  • 27.7 million Facebook users in the Arab World 1.1 million users who tweeted at least once every two weeks 2011 Q1, ArabSocial Media Report
  • Who is on Twitter? Best tool for mobile news Report directly from the scene
  • All kinds of news broke on Twitter
  • Regular people do it too
  • Demo it with your phone live video from a scene embed your channel online save videos publish to youtube/Twitter/FB
  • syncs notes across all devices share and collaborate on notes with others record audio and take notes at the same time
  • Free live chats multiple participants can add audio, video and photos in real time great for live events readers can ask questions too # do with sources # staff Show off Zville story
  • Blogging on the go.  Advanced looking sites
  • Blogging on the go Can blog by audio calls Publish by Email Easy without an app
  • trends not an app search in most twitter apps
  • Instapaper app save long stories for offline Research to read later

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  • 1. Mobile Reporting Intro to
  • 2. Mobile Use in the Arab World
    • internet users in key Arab markets access the Internet through their mobile phones.
    Source:  Arab Advisors Group 63%
  • 3. Social Media in the Arab World
    • active Twitter users 
    2011 Q1, ArabSocial Media Report 1.1 million
  • 4. Breaking News on Twitter
  • 5. link
  • 6.  
  • 7. Mobile Reporting Tools
  • 8. PHOTOSHOP EXPRESS
  • 9. QIK ( LIVE VIDEO )
  • 10. EVERNOTE
  • 11. Mobile Publishing
  • 12. COVERITLIVE
  • 13. WORDPRESS
  • 14. TUMBLR
  • 15. Productivity
  • 16. Newsroom Workflow
      • Reporters tweet/liveblog details, quotes and media
      • Web producers/editors start a story from those tweets
      • Reporters use tweets as notes to write longer form
  • 17. Tools to Manage The Insanity
      • Trends and searches
    Live search
  • 18. Tools to Manage The Insanity
  • 19. Try it Out
  • 20. EXERCISE
      • Write a post on this session in email. Publish by email to [email_address]
      • Take photos or audio. Publish by email to  [email_address] .
  • 21. mobilejournos.tumblr.com Your work seen here!
  • 22. QUESTIONS, FOLLOW-UP Mandy Jenkins [email_address] @mjenkins More resources and such at: zombiejournalism.com