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Reporting With A Cellphone
Reporting With A Cellphone
Reporting With A Cellphone
Reporting With A Cellphone
Reporting With A Cellphone
Reporting With A Cellphone
Reporting With A Cellphone
Reporting With A Cellphone
Reporting With A Cellphone
Reporting With A Cellphone
Reporting With A Cellphone
Reporting With A Cellphone
Reporting With A Cellphone
Reporting With A Cellphone
Reporting With A Cellphone
Reporting With A Cellphone
Reporting With A Cellphone
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Reporting With A Cellphone

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New Media Tools For Journalism
Presented by Steve Garfield
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  • 1. Reporting with a Cellphone New Media Tools for Journalism Presented by Steve Garfield http://stevegarfield.com
  • 2. Streaming Media West http://streamingmediawest.blogspot.com/
  • 3. BIG MEDIA wants you CBS FOX
  • 4. Cellphone Extra Batteries Microphone
  • 5. Text to Blog Set up email to Blogger http://www.blogger.com/ SETTINGS / EMAIL / MAIL TO BLOGGER ADDRESS Post Text Post Images up to 10MB in size
  • 6. twitter: Tweet Your Way to Better Journalism Marshall Kirkpatrick at ReadWriteWeb recently explored ways you can enhance your work with Twitter. Kirkpatrick notes four ways he and his staff use Twitter for journalism: • Breaking news • Interviews • Quality assurance • Promotion of online work He offers some interesting anecdotes to back up just how serious Twitter journalism can be: Zoli Erdos chronicled last month how Twitter users beat government agencies and the world's (formerly) leading news organizations in reporting on March earthquakes in both China and Japan. http://access.newsu.org/index.php?v=2&id=238
  • 7. Text to Twitter http://twitter.com SMS to 40404 Mobile web interface at http://m.twitter.com Cellphone client
  • 8. Photo to Flickr Email Get your email address at Flickr Tools page: http://www.flickr.com/tools/
  • 9. Flickr Photo Badge Add flickr photos to your sidebar http://www.flickr.com/tools/
  • 10. Flickr to Twitter Twittergram http://flickr.twittergram.com
  • 11. Video Photo Mashup http://animoto.com
  • 12. Record Audio Utterli ( formely Utterz ) http://www.utterli.com/ Register Call 1-712-432-6666 to record
  • 13. Audio to Blog Cross post to blog - Apps and Widgets - Cross Posting http://www.utterli.com/u/connections Apps and Widgets - Sidebar http://www.utterli.com/u/widgets
  • 14. Video It’s not the camera, it’s the journalism http://blogs.knoxnews.com/knx/roll/2008/07/its-not- the-camera-its-the-jou.html
  • 15. Video to Flickr Record Video Email to Flickr
  • 16. Live Video Qik - Live ( November 6th ) http://qik.com http://qik.com/info/supported_phones
  • 17. Cellphone Connection EDGE 3G WiFi
  • 18. Video Sidebar Embed LIVE Qik Channel http://qik.com/stevegarfield
  • 19. Thank You Next Week: Audio and Audio Podcasting Simple Edit Live Broadcasting

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