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BEA Ignite: Karel van den Berg

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  • 1. Karel van den Berg Windesheim School of Media BEA IGNITE Pattern Breaking News
  • 2. My first journalistic tool (1986)
  • 3. Little has changed
  • 4. new questions Intellectual tradeknown answers
  • 5. News might start with an event, journalism always starts with an idea
  • 6. Why don’t you teach them their most valuable tool?!
  • 7. Freelance journalist (2009) Uh...
  • 8. Please stand by Waiting for connection with the right brain Deadlines don’t wait
  • 9. Journalists rarely dance or finger-paint
  • 10. Journalistic creativity
  • 11. 50 news roommeetings 150journalists Journalistic box
  • 12. Expert
  • 13. Creativity = breaking patterns
  • 14. You teach them patterns!
  • 15. creativity imagination postponement of judgement journalism facts critical thinking PARADOXES credits: Reporters Without Borders
  • 16. journalistic creativity keep looking keep thinking keep asking credits: Reporters Without Borders credits:ReportersWithoutBorders PARALLEL
  • 17. How many angles in journalism?
  • 18. who what when where why how The 18 angles of journalism?
  • 19. who what when where why how else? else? else? else? else? else? The 18 angles of journalism?
  • 20. who what when where why how else? else? else? else? else? else? too? too? too? too? too? too? not? not? not? not? not? not? find within the topic associate with other situations
  • 21. ...but also how to break them! So teach ‘em journalistic patterns...