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Media Life is a course intended for undergraduate students across campus. Its goal is to make people aware of the role that media play in their everyday life. The key to understanding a "media......

Media Life is a course intended for undergraduate students across campus. Its goal is to make people aware of the role that media play in their everyday life. The key to understanding a "media life" is to see our lives not as lived WITH media (which would lead to a focus on media effects and media-centric theories of society), but rather IN media (where the distinction between what we do with and without media dissolves).

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  • POC: Technology; Law & Policy; Organization of Work; Careers; Markets
  • TECHNOLOGY: remote control journalism
  • Journalism Jobs: new media / tech skills; also: employers state most important skills for new hires: CMS/Photoshop/crossmedia
  • Sarkozy pledges support to French newspapers by Staff, Brand Republic 26-Jan-09, 09:00 PARIS - French president Nicolas Sarkozy has pledged to bail out France's blighted newspaper industry with a €600m (£567m) cash injection, free subscriptions for 18-year-olds and a promise to double the state's advertising budget in the national titles. The €600m bail out will be handed out over three years and comes on top of the €1.5bn in state-aid and tax breaks given to the newspaper industry every year. ADVERTISEMENT A year's free subscription of any state-subsidised newspaper for the country's 18-year-olds is also part of the deal, as Sarkozy encourages a new generation to take to reading their daily paper. Sarkozy said: "The habit of reading a daily paper takes hold at a very young age." New measures will also be taken to decrease France's abnormally high printing costs, which are currently under the control of the communist union, Le Livre. Tax breaks will also be given to boost distribution networks. International investors, who are currently tied down with a 20% ownership ceiling, will also be granted greater access to French titles, including extended tax breaks for online investment. Sarkozy has also pledged that the state would double its advertising in print and online. Plans are also in the works to introduce more newspaper kiosks and newsagents around the country. In 2007, only two national titles remained in the black, L'Equipe and Les Echos. Sluggishness in advertising revenue has weighed down the country's other titles, including Le Monde and Liberation. Earlier this month Sarkozy came under fire for banning primetime advertising on France's state-owned television channels in a bid to create a rival to the BBC. French journalists threatened strike action, claiming that the move would shift shrinking advertising revenue to privately-owned broadcasters.
  • INSTITUTIONS: distance journalist/audience New Guardian offices in London
  • New Nytimes building
  • Cnn: windows on the INSIDE
  • MEDIA PARK (NL)
  • Doesn’t mean they’re not trying: Helsingin Sanoma POINT: with each technological advance, journalists have turned INSIDE, into themselves, more: shift from breaking news to “explanation”, and the shrinking soundbite? NOT for the journalist!
  • ORGANIZATIONS: convergence The typical MULTIMEDIA newsroom: Daily Telegraph LONDON UK Research shows: people are stressed out, burn out, Carpal Tunnel Syndrome What happens on the inside: bureaucratization of newswork
  • Atypical work
  • Fairfax workplace survey THE MEDIA ALLIANCE Fairfax Media ARTISTS, DIGITAL PRODUCERS, EDITORIAL ASSISTANTS, PHOTOGRAPHERS, REPORTERS, SUB-EDITORS Monday, May 26, 2008 Workplace survey results A disturbing picture of overwork with little compensation has emerged at Fairfax Media’s metropolitan newspapers and associated websites, according to results of the 2008 workplace survey. The questionnaire, completed by 441 editorial staff last month, is the basis of our log of claims, on page 4 of this document. Thanks to all who participated in the survey. Starting next week, meetings will be held across all Fairfax mastheads under the metropolitan newspapers collective agreement to endorse the log of claims. It’s important that you come along to have your say.
  • http://graphicdesignr.net/papercuts/
  • CAREERS: problems SUFJ: EUROPE SJ: USA
  • MARKETS: graying
  • MARKETS: trust eroding
  • Also INSTITUTIONS A CONTINUUM OF COCREATION: 1. Letters to the Editor
  • A CONTINUUM OF COCREATION: 2. Talk Radio
  • A CONTINUUM OF COCREATION: 3. Polls on TV
  • A CONTINUUM OF COCREATION: 4. Discussion Forum Online: O Globo (Brasil)
  • A CONTINUUM OF COCREATION: 5. Audience Blogspace: LE MONDE; VOLKSLOG
  • A CONTINUUM OF COCREATION: 6. Producer/Consumer Newsgathering & Publication: YO PERIODISTA (EL PAIS), UREPORT (FOX)
  • A CONTINUUM OF COCREATION: 7. TPFKATA take over: SCOOPT; YOUNEWS TV
  • closing rm news: http://www.rockymountainnews.com/videos/detail/rocky-mountain-news-close/

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  • 1. news production = production of culture technology laws & regulations organizations careers markets
  • 2.
    • technology: remote control journalism
    • laws: government support (or not)
    • institutions: professional distance
    • organizations: convergence
    • careers: “atypical” work
    • markets : trust; the consumer as colleague
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  • 4. technology: remote control journalism
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  • 6. laws and regulations: government bailouts for news organizations
  • 7. institutions: the price of professional distance
  • 8. The Guardian (UK)
  • 9. The New York Times (USA)
  • 10. CNN (USA)
  • 11. Media Park (NL)
  • 12. Helsingin Sanoma (FIN)
  • 13. organization: the converged newsroom
  • 14. careers: “atypical” work
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  • 17. end of work for journalists?
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  • 19. or a new beginning?
  • 20. markets: the erosion of attention
  • 21. markets: the erosion of trust
  • 22. markets: the consumer as colleague
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  • 30. old versus new media?