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Participatory Journalism Jan Schaffer Presentation

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  • 1. Participatory Journalism The Role of New Media Makers in Informing the Public
  • 2. McLean, VA: Library Closing
  • 3. McLean Ear: New VenueFound
  • 4. J-Learning.org: Site in a Box
  • 5. News Ecosystem > New Players   Fact entrepreneurs   Creative technologists   Citizen media makers   Philanthropic foundations   Universities   Advocacy Groups   Government
  • 6. Venues for Participation: Journalism vs. “News Work” Journalism: Collecting, validating, producing, publishing news
  • 7. “News Work” – not just for journos  Sharing information  Facilitating conversations  Crowdsourcing stories  Smart curation & aggregation  Data mining & visualizations  News games  Lists & resources  Social shout outs
  • 8. Community News Start-ups Since 2005, J-Lab has:   Funded more than 45 “New Voices” community news projects   $25K grants: $17K + $8K, if matched   1,534 applications
  • 9. Success through the years …we’ve seen some great projects.
  • 10. Newest trend: Pro-jo’s launching news sites   Hyperlocal Startups   State-based Investigative News Sites   Niche Sites
  • 11. West Seattle Blog
  • 12. Davidson News
  • 13. Metropolis
  • 14. CaliforniaWatch
  • 15. WisconsinWatch
  • 16. Investigate West
  • 17. Metro News Sites
  • 18. Fact Entrepreneurs
  • 19. Advocacy Journalism: Sunlight Foundation - transparency
  • 20. Council on Foreign Relations – global hot spots
  • 21. Public School News
  • 22. University – Community News
  • 23. Networked Journalism
  • 24.   Citizen Media Resources   KCNN.org - Knight Citizen News Network   J-Learning.org - How-to publish   J-NewVoices.org - Folo startups   J-Lab.org - Cool ideas   NewMediaWomen.org – Grants

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