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Newsroom org models (iapa)


Exposición de Randy Covignton, en seminario para jefes de redacción del Instituto de Prensa de la SIP, 2013

Exposición de Randy Covignton, en seminario para jefes de redacción del Instituto de Prensa de la SIP, 2013

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  • 1. Newsroom organizational modelsRandy CovingtonDirector, WAN-IFRA Newsplexat the University of South Carolina
  • 2. Newsrooms will be differentWAN-IFRA Newsplexat the University of South CarolinaNewsplex EuropeDarmstadt, Germany
  • 3. Roles training in convergent journalism• El Tiempo• Grupo FerreRangel• Financial Times• Daily Nation
  • 4. Newsrooms will be differentInternational Rhone-Alpes MediasLyon, FranceNewsplex AsiaSingapore
  • 5. Newsrooms will be differentEdipresseLausanne,Switzerland
  • 6. Newsrooms will be differentRIA NovostiMoscow
  • 7. Newsrooms will be differentAl JazeeraDoha
  • 8. Three organizational models:•The Tampa Tribune•The Nordjyske Medier•Daily Telegraph
  • 9. Nordjyske MedierAalborg, Denmark
  • 10. Daily newspaper – 6local editions –circulation 72.000Daily free – circulation25.00024-hour local TV newschannel (cable)Local “news windows”in TV networks2 radio stations15 weekly papersInternet portalsComplements to Nordjyskemedier
  • 11. 12 © 2008 IFRANordjyske MedierAalborg, Denmark•Editorial staff of 248•Five “media conductors”•Editors for each medium “refine”the content•Editorial departments serve allmedia
  • 12. TV RADIO PRINT ONLINEBusinessLife styleSportsCommunityAalborgHjørringosv.Superdesk:media editorsEditorial managers asMedia ConductorsMulti-mediacontent groupsMatrix OrganisationComplements to Nordjyske medier
  • 13. Superdesk
  • 14. Daily Telegraph, London
  • 15. Daily Telegraph, London•24-hour digital, multimedia newsroom•67,000 square feet•460 journalists•Daily circulation576,000
  • 16. Daily Telegraph, London•Story componentsintegrated from start•Ownership•Three job titlesReporterEditorProducer
  • 17. Daily Telegraph eliminates platform chiefsPrint Online MobileCrimePoliticsBusinessSportsHealthFeature
  • 18. USA Today creates content rings
  • 19. Desk editors gain authorityCrime Politics Business Sports Health FeaturePrintOnlineMobile
  • 20. The vision at Forbes
  • 21. The Washington Post
  • 22. The Washington Post
  • 23. The Washington Post
  • 24. The Washington Post
  • 25. Jobs will be different
  • 26. New Roles for theIntegrated Newsroom•Newsflow editor: Story•Multiskilled journalist: Content•Story builder: Experience•Documentalist: Context
  • 27. New Tasks for theIntegrated Newsroom•Social media•Audience engagement•Programmers/technology professionals•User experience•Data and analytics•Revenue/premium information
  • 28. What else?•Traffic conductor•Editorial events coordinator•Crowd in-take coordinator•Community journalism educator•Transparency & integrity coordinator•Chief of crowd creativity•Editorial quantifierAnette NovakWorld EditorsForum
  • 29. Newsrooms will be differentElephtheros Typos, Athens