News Media Metadata - The Current Landscape

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Presentation given to stimulate discussion between members of the news media as to the benefits of Linked Data and how the might use it.

News Linked Data Summit - London 22/01/2010

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News Media Metadata - The Current Landscape

  1. 1. The Current Landscape Richard Wallis Technology Evangelist Talis News Linked Data Summit London 22nd January 2010
  2. 2. My Role Today http://www.flickr.com/photos/avlxyz
  3. 3. My Role Today http://www.flickr.com/photos/avlxyz
  4. 4. My Role Today Outsider’s View http://www.flickr.com/photos/avlxyz
  5. 5. My Role Today Outsider’s View Wider Technical View http://www.flickr.com/photos/avlxyz
  6. 6. My Role Today Outsider’s View Wider Technical View Linked Data http://www.flickr.com/photos/avlxyz
  7. 7. My Role Today Outsider’s View Wider Technical View Linked Data Facilitator http://www.flickr.com/photos/avlxyz
  8. 8. Current News Metadata Landscape
  9. 9. Current News Metadata Landscape News Metadata
  10. 10. Current News Metadata Landscape News Metadata Linked Data
  11. 11. Current News Metadata Landscape News Metadata Linked Data Why?
  12. 12. Thanks...
  13. 13. Thanks... Jarred McGinnis - Press Association Guy Valerio - Financial Times Martin Moore - Media Standards Trust Silver Oliver - BBC Martin Belam - Guardian Evan Sandhaus - New York Times Dave Compton - Thompson Reuters
  14. 14. Metadata Uses
  15. 15. Metadata Uses Internal Tracking
  16. 16. Metadata Uses Internal Tracking Cataloguing
  17. 17. Metadata Uses Internal Tracking Cataloguing Controlling
  18. 18. Metadata Uses Internal Tracking Cataloguing Controlling Providing Feeds
  19. 19. Metadata Uses Internal Tracking Cataloguing Controlling Providing Feeds Ingesting Feeds
  20. 20. Metadata Uses Internal Tracking Cataloguing Controlling Providing Feeds Ingesting Feeds Research
  21. 21. Metadata Uses Internal Tracking Cataloguing Controlling Providing Feeds Ingesting Feeds Research Delivering Services
  22. 22. Metadata Uses Internal Tracking Cataloguing Controlling Providing Feeds Ingesting Feeds Research Delivering Services Adding Value
  23. 23. Metadata Standards
  24. 24. Metadata Standards IPTC
  25. 25. Metadata Standards IPTC IPTC 7901 Plain text Driving editing systems / typesetters NITF XML Specification “to standardise the content & structure of text-based news articles”
  26. 26. Metadata Standards IPTC
  27. 27. Metadata Standards IPTC NewsML / SportsML
  28. 28. Metadata Standards IPTC NewsML / SportsML XML
  29. 29. Metadata Standards IPTC NewsML / SportsML XML Media Independent
  30. 30. Metadata Standards IPTC NewsML / SportsML XML Media Independent Multi-media
  31. 31. Metadata Standards IPTC NewsML / SportsML XML Media Independent Multi-media Structural Framework
  32. 32. Metadata Standards IPTC NewsML / SportsML XML Media Independent Multi-media Structural Framework Extensible
  33. 33. Metadata Standards IPTC NewsML / SportsML XML Media Independent Multi-media Structural Framework Extensible - SportML extensions for detailed stats
  34. 34. Metadata Standards IPTC NewsML / SportsML XML Media Independent Multi-media Structural Framework Extensible - SportML extensions for detailed stats Business-2-Business interchange
  35. 35. Metadata Standards IPTC
  36. 36. Metadata Standards IPTC G2-Standards
  37. 37. Metadata Standards IPTC G2-Standards NewsML-G2 SportsML-G2 EventsML-G2
  38. 38. Metadata Standards IPTC G2-Standards NewsML-G2 SportsML-G2 EventsML-G2 2008
  39. 39. Metadata Standards IPTC G2-Standards NewsML-G2 SportsML-G2 EventsML-G2 2008 Wider scope - people, organisations, geopolitical areas, concepts
  40. 40. Metadata Standards IPTC G2-Standards NewsML-G2 SportsML-G2 EventsML-G2 2008 Wider scope - people, organisations, geopolitical areas, concepts NITF still used for text formatting
  41. 41. Metadata Standards IPTC G2-Standards NewsML-G2 SportsML-G2 EventsML-G2 2008 Wider scope - people, organisations, geopolitical areas, concepts NITF still used for text formatting Module re-use / building blocks
  42. 42. Metadata Standards IPTC
  43. 43. Metadata Standards
  44. 44. Metadata Standards hNews
  45. 45. Metadata Standards hNews Associated Press / Media Standards Trust
  46. 46. Metadata Standards hNews Associated Press / Media Standards Trust Embedding metadata as microformat
  47. 47. Metadata Standards hNews Associated Press / Media Standards Trust Embedding metadata as microformat Extension to hAtom
  48. 48. Metadata Standards hNews Associated Press / Media Standards Trust Embedding metadata as microformat Extension to hAtom Re-use of public standards (hcard, geo)
  49. 49. Metadata Standards hNews Associated Press / Media Standards Trust Embedding metadata as microformat Extension to hAtom Re-use of public standards (hcard, geo) Delivered via web page embedding
  50. 50. Metadata Standards
  51. 51. Metadata Standards Different Approaches
  52. 52. Metadata Standards Different Approaches Very structured
  53. 53. Metadata Standards Different Approaches Very structured feed based
  54. 54. Metadata Standards Different Approaches Very structured feed based *ML - complex
  55. 55. Metadata Standards Different Approaches Very structured feed based *ML - complex very ‘news’ focused
  56. 56. Metadata Standards Different Approaches Very structured feed based *ML - complex very ‘news’ focused Lighter touch
  57. 57. Metadata Standards Different Approaches Very structured feed based *ML - complex very ‘news’ focused Lighter touch Web embedded
  58. 58. Metadata Standards Different Approaches Very structured feed based *ML - complex very ‘news’ focused Lighter touch Web embedded hNews
  59. 59. Metadata Standards Different Approaches Very structured feed based *ML - complex very ‘news’ focused Lighter touch Web embedded hNews - extend open standards
  60. 60. Linked Data
  61. 61. Linked Data Early News Initiatives
  62. 62. Linked Data Early News Initiatives Thompson Reuters - Open Calais
  63. 63. Linked Data Early News Initiatives Thompson Reuters - Open Calais NYT - Subject Headings
  64. 64. Why?
  65. 65. Why? Internal Drivers
  66. 66. Why? Internal Drivers Commercial Drivers
  67. 67. Why? Internal Drivers Commercial Drivers Brand Drivers
  68. 68. Why? Internal Drivers Commercial Drivers Brand Drivers New services
  69. 69. Why? Internal Drivers Commercial Drivers Brand Drivers New services Good for the industry?
  70. 70. Appetite for cooperation
  71. 71. Appetite for cooperation
  72. 72. Appetite for cooperation Money Talks
  73. 73. Appetite for cooperation Money Talks Investment in current systems
  74. 74. Appetite for cooperation Money Talks Investment in current systems Investment in current processes
  75. 75. Appetite for cooperation Money Talks Investment in current systems Investment in current processes Don’t stop / pause / delay / slow production
  76. 76. Appetite for cooperation Money Talks Investment in current systems Investment in current processes Don’t stop / pause / delay / slow production Identify business benefits
  77. 77. Appetite for cooperation Money Talks Investment in current systems Investment in current processes Don’t stop / pause / delay / slow production Identify business benefits Nevertheless - appetite is there
  78. 78. The Current Landscape Richard Wallis Technology Evangelist Talis News Linked Data Summit London 22nd January 2010

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