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    • JOURNALISM + TECHNOLOGY + THE FUTURE =
      ?
    • Filing copy...in the slow lane
    • BEFORE THE ONLINE REVOLUTION...
      The Guardian newsroom 1960
    • ‘OLD’ MEDIA
      PRINT!
    • ‘OLD’ MEDIA
      FIXED DEADLINES – WHEN PAPER GOES TO PRESS, WHEN READERS GET THEIR COPIES
    • ‘OLD’ MEDIA: SLOW PRINTING METHODS AND LOTS OF EQUIPMENT
    • LARGE TEAMS OF PEOPLE WORKING IN A HIERARCHICAL NEWSROOM – EDITOR, REPORTERS, SUBEDITORS, LAYOUT, PRINTERS, ETC
    • I am simply Tweet-tastic darlings! I SAM SIMPLY TWEET-TASTIC DARLINGS!
    • AND AFTER...
      How to be a Modern Journalist
    • TECHNOLOGY...
      Has given anyone with internet access the chance to produce their own media, e.g, blogs, websites, videos and podcasts
      Is easily accessible and in your pocket (mobile phones!) getting cheaper and faster by the second
      Has enabled information to move at highspeed
    • JOURNALISM + TECHNOLOGY =
      FINDING OUT INFORMATION AND BREAKING NEWS VIA SOCIAL MEDIA SUCH AS TWITTER
      INTERVIEWING PEOPLE USING VIDEO AND AUDIO
      WRITINGAND BLOGGING
      PRESENTING CONTENT IN CREATIVE WAYS ONLINE , MAKING IT VISUALLY EXCITING AND INTERACTIVE
    • ‘New’ media: online
    • ‘New’ media: 24/7, EVERY SECOND
    • ‘NEW’ MEDIA: WHO IS TELLING THE TRUTH?
    • ‘New’ media: Press button to publish
    • ‘New’ media: One wo(man) band!
    • WHO GOT US INTO THIS FINE MESS?
    • GUESS WHO?
    • NUMBER 1 ON MEDIA GUARDIAN POWERLIST, 2010
    • Number 1 on Media Guardian powerlist 2009, 2008 and 2007
    • THE FUTURE?
    • NEW MEDIA COLLABORATES WITH OLD MEDIA
    • OLD MEDIA PIRATE PLANS TAKEOVER OF NEW MEDIA SHIP...
    • AIM 1
      To develop your comprehension of the impact of the internet and social media on newgathering and writing
    • AIM 2
      To foster your understanding of the evolving role of the journalist
    • AIM 3
      To develop yourability to ‘think’ multimedia and develop basic skills in blogging, using video and audio and engaging with audiences online
    • AIM 4
      To encourage you to think creatively about the future shape of the industry
    • What you will learn
      The contemporary journalistic environment
      The language of new media
      The differences between writing for print and online
      Source, write and adapt original content to online platforms using appropriate multimedia
      Write a blog and demonstrate multimedia reporting skills including basic video and audio
      Use social media including Twitter to gather news, source contacts and share information
      Show an awareness of the evolving role of the journalist in a converged newsroom, including working as part of a multimedia team
    • “Seismic changes in technology are creating new ways of connecting and informing communities, which inspire and terrify in equal measure.” Guardian editor Alan Rusbridger
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