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Journalism Notebook
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Journalism, deadlines, newsgathering, blogs, dead tree
papers and online interaction: this present...
story feature paywall quote opinion
watchdog deadline attribution calendar delivery
verify editor FREE SPACE trust open
ga...
Today the
story begins
AFTER the
final stop.
Quotes
In a democracy you need
the journalists to have
a certain amount of power
so that they can get
information; so they can
qu...
I love
deadlines.
I like the
whooshing sound
they make as they
fly by.
- Douglas Adams
Journalism is going
to survive. I just
don’t see how the
businesses that
have provided it
will survive.
- Clay Shirky
Excellent journalism
has never been simply
about information.
It is information provided
to enable knowledge,
published or...
There’s no point in saving
a school that trains
people to manage fleets of
horses if the motorcar has
taken over horse-dra...
Promoting journalists as
insiders in front of the
outsiders, the viewers,
the electorate ...
this is a clue to what’s
brok...
It may be faster
to teach
journalism to
engineers than to
teach technology
to journalists.
- Joichi Ito
How did it come to
be that the news is
reported solely
by journalists?
- Rob Brezsny
What readers really want is
reporting that gets to the
bottom of a story without
having to give opposing sides
equal weigh...
Without context, a
piece of information is
just a dot. It floats
in your brain with a
lot of other dots and
doesn't mean a...
Newspapers are just
blogs that get ink
on your fingers.
- Stephen Colbert
No te pago para
que me pegues. 

(I don't pay
you to hit me.)

- Mexican President José López Portillo
Questions
LITTLE A LOT
To what degree do
journalists want to
interact with readers?
LITTLE A LOT
To what degree do
readers want to interact
with journalists?
LITTLE A LOT
To what degree are
journalists rewarded
for their efforts?
EXCLUSIVITY COLLABORATION
To what degree do
journalists want an
exclusive scoop and to
what degree do they
want to collabo...
Further
Reading
The Death of Print
twitter.com/risj_oxford/status/476994054006509568
slideshare.net/planeta/journalism-notebook
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Journalism, deadlines, newsgathering, blogs, dead tree papers and online interaction: this presentation is a snapshot of the sector with recommended reading and favorite inspirtational quotes. Comments are welcome and so are embeds, likes and shares.

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  1. 1. Journalism Notebook p l a n e t a . w i k i s p a c e s . c o m / j o u r n a l i s m •   0 8 . 2 0 1 5 @ronmader
  2. 2. About This Presentation Journalism, deadlines, newsgathering, blogs, dead tree papers and online interaction: this presentation is a snapshot of the sector with recommended reading and favorite inspirtational quotes. Comments are welcome and so are embeds, likes and shares. - Ron Mader (Las Vegas, August 2015)
  3. 3. story feature paywall quote opinion watchdog deadline attribution calendar delivery verify editor FREE SPACE trust open gatekeeper clippings embargo interview exclusive news voice rewrite scoop tease Journalism Bingo! p l a n e t a . w i k i s p a c e s . c o m / j o u r n a l i s m • 2 0 1 5
  4. 4. Today the story begins AFTER the final stop.
  5. 5. Quotes
  6. 6. In a democracy you need the journalists to have a certain amount of power so that they can get information; so they can quiz politicians; so they can hold them to account. If you can’t get near them you can’t hold them to account. - L a u r i e O a k e s , B a l a n c e o f P o w e r
  7. 7. I love deadlines. I like the whooshing sound they make as they fly by. - Douglas Adams
  8. 8. Journalism is going to survive. I just don’t see how the businesses that have provided it will survive. - Clay Shirky
  9. 9. Excellent journalism has never been simply about information. It is information provided to enable knowledge, published or broadcast as a public exchange by people accountable for its accuracy. - Melanie Sil
  10. 10. There’s no point in saving a school that trains people to manage fleets of horses if the motorcar has taken over horse-drawn transportation. - Michael A. McRobbie
  11. 11. Promoting journalists as insiders in front of the outsiders, the viewers, the electorate ... this is a clue to what’s broken about political coverage. – Jay Rosen
  12. 12. It may be faster to teach journalism to engineers than to teach technology to journalists. - Joichi Ito
  13. 13. How did it come to be that the news is reported solely by journalists? - Rob Brezsny
  14. 14. What readers really want is reporting that gets to the bottom of a story without having to give opposing sides equal weight. They also want reporters to state established truths clearly, without hedging or always putting the words in a source’s mouth. - Margaret Sullivan
  15. 15. Without context, a piece of information is just a dot. It floats in your brain with a lot of other dots and doesn't mean a damn thing. Knowledge is information-in-context … connecting the dots. - Michael Ventura
  16. 16. Newspapers are just blogs that get ink on your fingers. - Stephen Colbert
  17. 17. No te pago para que me pegues. 
 (I don't pay you to hit me.)
 - Mexican President José López Portillo
  18. 18. Questions
  19. 19. LITTLE A LOT To what degree do journalists want to interact with readers?
  20. 20. LITTLE A LOT To what degree do readers want to interact with journalists?
  21. 21. LITTLE A LOT To what degree are journalists rewarded for their efforts?
  22. 22. EXCLUSIVITY COLLABORATION To what degree do journalists want an exclusive scoop and to what degree do they want to collaborate?
  23. 23. Further Reading
  24. 24. The Death of Print twitter.com/risj_oxford/status/476994054006509568
  25. 25. slideshare.net/planeta/journalism-notebook Please Share
  26. 26. @ronmader
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