IVLP ON NEW MEDIA PROGRAM by Enda

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IVLP ON NEW MEDIA PROGRAM by Enda

  1. 1. IVLP on “New Media” Program Key Learnings Kelas #SocMedia Langsat – Agustus 2010 Enda Nasution
  2. 2. h"p://exchanges.state.gov/ivlp/ivlp.html  
  3. 3. •   5  ci6es  •   9  states  •   mee6ngs  with  state  dept.,        journalism  schools,  bloggers,        news  organiza6ons  (tradi6onal  and  online),        microsoB,  google,  twi"er  offices  
  4. 4. United  States  Internet  penetra6on  74.1%  >  200m  Indonesia  Internet  penetra6on  12.5%  >  30m     SIMILAR  IN  MANY  WAYS  WITH  BUT  DIFFERS  IN  VERY  BASIC  PRINCIPLES  
  5. 5. Cultural Differences andhow we use Social Media
  6. 6. Cultural Differences and how we use Social Media
  7. 7. Cultural Differences and how we use Social Mediahttp://deser.org/show_Chinesse-Culture-vs-German-Culture.php
  8. 8. In term of SOCIAL MEDIA, we arenot that far behind, people stilldon’t know what to do about it
  9. 9. What happened in the US (2008)
  10. 10. What happened in the US (2008)
  11. 11. What happened in the US (2008)•  Available resource of trained journalist•  Online publication thriving •  Traditional Organization moving online •  New ONLINE only publication•  Enrollment to Journalism School increasing•  Everybody is using social media: Twitter & Facebook
  12. 12. Key LearningsThe same thing will happen in Indonesia as well•  Focus on locality (hyper-local)•  Focus on the tradition of journalism•  Focus on leadership•  Media literacy on elementary level
  13. 13. For Indonesia•  The 5th estate - specially in local community •  Bloggers •  Twitter •  Facebook•  Journalism training for citizens•  Citizens taking the role of journalist in smaller scale
  14. 14. Resources•  Poynter Online http://www.poynter.org/•  News University https://www.newsu.org/•  Knight Digital Media Center http://multimedia.journalism.berkeley.edu/presentations/•  Center for Social Media http://www.centerforsocialmedia.org/

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