Chris Shipley: Forget mobile first; audience first rules real-time journalism

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Chris Shipley

2013-2014 Reynolds Fellow, Reynolds Journalism Institute

Chris Shipley is a technology industry journalist, analyst and entrepreneur with a keen ability to identify disruptive innovation and market shifts before they happen. As the executive producer of the DEMO conference for more than a decade, she supported the market launch of more than 1,500 companies which, were they an investment portfolio, would have a combined market cap of more than $60 billion.

Shipley is a Reynolds Fellow at the Reynolds Journalism Institute investigating the impact of emerging technology on traditional news media and developing tools to empower digital media consumers.

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Chris Shipley: Forget mobile first; audience first rules real-time journalism

  1. 1. Audience First A Case for Real-Time Social Journalism Chris Shipley RJI Fellow @cshipley
  2. 2. #BREAKING
  3. 3. #ET702
  4. 4. Real-Time Social Journalism
  5. 5. Real-Time Social Journalism is . . . • Molecular • Unfolding and Time Released • Iterative and Self-correcting • Renegade and Disciplined • Audience above Platform
  6. 6. Real-Time Social Journalism requires . . . • Better Tools • Best Practices
  7. 7. Why Now? • Social technologies are profoundly disrupting the business of news • News organizations need to regain audience trust • Journalist must establish news roles throughout the value chain of news
  8. 8. Real-time Social Journalism

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