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Crowdsourcing Investigative Journalism
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Crowdsourcing Investigative Journalism
Crowdsourcing Investigative Journalism
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Crowdsourcing Investigative Journalism

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Presentation at the VVOJ (Dutch-Flemish investigative journalism organisation) conference 2010, Ghent, Belgium

Presentation at the VVOJ (Dutch-Flemish investigative journalism organisation) conference 2010, Ghent, Belgium

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  • 1. Paul Bradshaw Course Leader, MA Online Journalism, Birmingham City University Visiting professor, City University, London Publisher, Online Journalism Blog Founder, Help Me Investigate How to use crowdsourcing for investigative journalism
  • 2. 1. Context 2. Help Me Investigate 3. Lessons
  • 3. 2 types of crowdsourcing? The repetitive task vs the wisdom of crowds
  • 4. http://bit.ly/m21c2
  • 5. Previously...
  • 6. The problem: Viability of investigations The opportunity: Engagement with issues
  • 7. "Given enough eyeballs, all bugs are shallow" Linus' Law, Eric Raymond
  • 8. Open source investigative journalism
  • 9. 10
  • 10. 11
  • 11. 14
  • 12. 15
  • 13. 19
  • 14. 20
  • 15. Different news agenda
  • 16. Failure for free
  • 17. Journalism as by-product
  • 18. Community
  • 19. Social dynamics
  • 20. from Slideshare.net/unthinkingly
  • 21. UX
  • 22. Game mechanics
  • 23. What works - what doesn’t.
  • 24. Legal issues
  • 25. Sustainability and scaling
  • 26. Fire and water investigations
  • 27. 5 ingredients An alpha user Momentum - results Modularity Public Expertise
  • 28. POST approach Community manager Support journalist
  • 29. What next?
  • 30. Paul Bradshaw HelpMeInvestigate.com OnlineJournalismBlog.com Twitter.com/paulbradshaw Linkedin.com/in/onlinejournalist Slideshare.net/onlinejournalist Thanks.

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