Citizenjournalism and Me

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A narcissistic and perhaps educational presentation given by Mark Fonseca Rendeiro aka bicyclemark. Longtime citizen journalist and independent media creator. Presented at the University of Groningen, The Netherlands.

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Citizenjournalism and Me

  1. 1. Text Citizen Journalism and Today’s Internet Mark Fonseca Rendeiro 1
  2. 2. Introduction Defining Citizen Journalism Who? How? Why? Mark Fonseca Rendeiro 2
  3. 3. Introduction grassroots journalism networked journalism open source journalism citizen media participatory journalism hyperlocal journalism bottom-up journalism stand-alone journalism distributed journalism Mark Fonseca Rendeiro 3
  4. 4. The Right Conditions Mark Fonseca Rendeiro 4
  5. 5. The Right Conditions Media Consolidation Mark Fonseca Rendeiro 4
  6. 6. The Right Conditions Media Consolidation Disconnect with the Public Mark Fonseca Rendeiro 4
  7. 7. The Right Conditions Media Consolidation Disconnect with the Public Affordable Technology Mark Fonseca Rendeiro 4
  8. 8. The Right Conditions Media Consolidation Disconnect with the Public Affordable Technology New Easy Publishing Tools Mark Fonseca Rendeiro 4
  9. 9. The Right Conditions Media Consolidation Disconnect with the Public Affordable Technology New Easy Publishing Tools Universality:Languages & Standards Mark Fonseca Rendeiro 4
  10. 10. My Evolution Mark Fonseca Rendeiro 5
  11. 11. My Evolution Worked for newspaper Mark Fonseca Rendeiro 5
  12. 12. My Evolution Worked for newspaper Sought to be published Mark Fonseca Rendeiro 5
  13. 13. My Evolution Worked for newspaper Sought to be published Hate the gatekeepers Mark Fonseca Rendeiro 5
  14. 14. My Evolution Worked for newspaper Sought to be published Hate the gatekeepers Good with tech Mark Fonseca Rendeiro 5
  15. 15. My Evolution Worked for newspaper Sought to be published Hate the gatekeepers Good with tech Huge life network Mark Fonseca Rendeiro 5
  16. 16. My Evolution Worked for newspaper Sought to be published Hate the gatekeepers Good with tech Huge life network Curiosity and concern Mark Fonseca Rendeiro 5
  17. 17. Personal Publishing Mark Fonseca Rendeiro 6
  18. 18. Personal Publishing Websites (1990’s) Mark Fonseca Rendeiro 6
  19. 19. Personal Publishing Websites (1990’s) Blogs (1998 - Present) Mark Fonseca Rendeiro 6
  20. 20. Personal Publishing Websites (1990’s) Blogs (1998 - Present) Podcasts (A/V) Audio (2004 -Present) Video (2005 - Present) Mark Fonseca Rendeiro 6
  21. 21. http://www.freevlog.org/content/citizen-journalism-introduction Freevlog.org - Citizenjournalism Mark Fonseca Rendeiro 7
  22. 22. Web2.0, the most annoying buzz word ever! Social Networking Evolution, from Friendster to Facebook Useful for disseminating info Social Bookmarking Organizing and Collectively Researching Mark Fonseca Rendeiro 8
  23. 23. New Communication Tools Twitter 140 characters Public, private 1 to 1, 1 to many, 1 towards 1; with many listening along For text, audio, and video Mark Fonseca Rendeiro 9
  24. 24. Iran and Twitter A tool for both Journalism and Activism Mark Fonseca Rendeiro 10
  25. 25. Old Media - New Media Mark Fonseca Rendeiro 11
  26. 26. Old Media - New Media Source Mark Fonseca Rendeiro 11
  27. 27. Old Media - New Media Source Pool of Talent Mark Fonseca Rendeiro 11
  28. 28. Old Media - New Media Source Pool of Talent Competition Mark Fonseca Rendeiro 11
  29. 29. Old Media - New Media Source Pool of Talent Competition Nuisance Mark Fonseca Rendeiro 11
  30. 30. http://www.time.com/time/video/player/ 0,32068,41728494001_1925792,00.html Ze Frank for Time Magazine Mark Fonseca Rendeiro 12
  31. 31. A Vision of the Future Can citizen journalists afford to do their work? Will the public give them the same respect? Can a balance exist between traditional media orgs and individual independent citizen journalists Will censorship against personal publishing expand? Mark Fonseca Rendeiro 13
  32. 32. Questions for myself Will I be able to stay free (to choose topics, take time, etc) Will I end up working for an established media org Will I enter into some collaboration with something larger Will I make a larger impact than the one I make now. Will I be able to afford my future life. Mark Fonseca Rendeiro 14
  33. 33. citizenreporter.org Mark Fonseca Rendeiro 15

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