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The first lecture for the Digital Journalism Workshop at Ithaca College

The first lecture for the Digital Journalism Workshop at Ithaca College

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  • 1. Journalism 2.0
    • Digital Journalism Workshop
  • 2. Effective learning
    • digitaljournalismic.com
      • read, learn, comment
      • create your own
    • delicious.com/vadikunc
    • good old e-mail
  • 3. Interesting times
    • What have you heard about news industry?
      • TechCrunch.com
      • Technorati.com
      • www.poynter.org/medianews (Romenesko)
      • http://www.nytimes.com/pages/technology/
  • 4. Current trends
    • News is becoming a service
        • What journalists must supply?
        • News story is never finished (updates)
    • No media monopoly
        • Several Web news sources
        • Every story becomes a Web site
    Project for Excellence in Journalism
  • 5. Current trends
    • Journalists provide “tools” that help users utilize information
        • List of Web links
        • Contacts
        • Maps
        • Pictures
    Project for Excellence in Journalism
  • 6. Current trends
    • Experiments and innovations (that is where you come in)
  • 7. Current trends
    • Less and less people read newspapers
    • BUT more and more people consume news
        • Traditional and new media sources
        • 70 percent of Americans use the Internet for news
  • 8. Current trends Percent of Population Ever Going Online Project for Excellence in Journalism
  • 9. Going online
    • Newspapers and information
        • supply and demand
        • Internet
        • consumers empowered
  • 10. Going online
    • Most of newspapers’ expenses have nothing to do with news or editorial content
    • It is MUCH CHEAPER to produce news online
    • Enormous opportunities for journalists
  • 11. Means to survive
    • Jeff Jarvis (www.buzzmachine.co)
      • customers are in charge
      • people are getting together online
      • mass market is dead and replaced by mass of niches
      • conversation is the key
      • from scarcity to abundance
      • networks
  • 12. Blogs, blogs, blogs
  • 13. Wiki journalism
    • Collaboration between journalists and audience
    • Community involvement
    • Dialogs and discussions
    • Getting news ideas
    • A news story is never finished
  • 14. Mobile web
    • Bringing Internet into the real world
      • 3G network (faster)
      • iPhone, BlackBerry, Google Phone (always with you)
      • Produce and publish multimedia content anywhere
      • Consume multimedia content anywhere
  • 15. QR codes
    • Bar Codes did not really take off (maybe wrong time)
    • QR Codes have a great potential
    • New forms of media
  • 16. Semantic web
    • Completely new meaning of the information online
    • New level of data analysis
    • New level of news reporting
    • The Web is PERSONAL
  • 17. PERSONAL WEB
    • It is all about YOU
    • Customizable news
    • Segmentation of (loyal) audience
      • My NY Times
      • iGoogle
  • 18. Web 3D
    • Broadband Internet Access and Net-Neutrality
    • Faster data transmission
    • Second Life
    • Google Earth
  • 19. Web 3D Image by Jason-Morrison
  • 20. Social media
    • “Three in four U.S. online adults now use social tools to connect with each other compared with just 56% in 2007.”
          • Forester Research
    Image by Matt Hamm
  • 21. Social media
  • 22. Going global
    • The Web is global
      • China
      • Africa
      • Asia
    Image by fLeMmA
  • 23. Going global
    • "The fact that more than three-quarters of the traffic to Google, Yahoo!, and Microsoft is now coming from outside of the U.S. is indicative of what a truly global medium the Internet has become."
    • Bob Ivins, managing director of comScore Europe
  • 24. Going global
    • Fourteen of the top 25 U.S. Web sites enjoy a large international audience
        • more visitors outside of the U.S.
        • FUTURE reporting means GLOBAL reporting
        • But it also means going hyperlocal (huh?)
  • 25. Hyperlocal reporting
    • From community to neighborhood
    • Relevant news
    • Smaller audience
  • 26. GEOTAGGING
    • Mobile GPS
        • mobile devices (PDAs)
    • Location, Location, Location
    • Relevant information and news