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Recruiting Writers and finding random acts of journalism
The Blog explosion
Doubling every six months
Blogging for Dollars
Use of ‘U-Sites’ exploding
The MSM rushes to blog
The result? This…
A blogger’s critique Institutionalise the blog philosophy. Open up. Involve the audience.  Lost Remote
Why blog and work with citizen media? <ul><li>Get closer to your audience </li></ul><ul><li>Googling for sources  (and con...
You decide, I report
Googling for Sources in Iraq <ul><li>MaDeuceGunner </li></ul>
A young activist in Saudi Arabia
Our audience, their media
Audioblogging fleeing from Katrina <ul><li>Humid City podcasts </li></ul>
Podcasting from the Green Zone <ul><li>An interview via Gmail </li></ul>
Inspiration from media hackers
Web as content creation tool
Voicemail from Mumbai
First a little reality check
Challenging the UGC pyramid
Some are from ‘media’
Some are from ‘media’
Most commit random acts of journalism
Amplify citizen media voices
Amplify citizen media voices
Amplifying voices from around the world
Rewarding ‘trusted users’
Guardian’s Big Bloggers
Offline community supports online
<ul><li>Kevin Anderson </li></ul><ul><li>Guardian Blogs Editor </li></ul><ul><li>http: //blogs .guardian.co. uk </li></ul>...
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Uncovering random acts of journalism

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Guardian blogs editor Kevin Anderson discusses how to media can tap into wisdom in the crowds and enhance journalism in the age of social networks.

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Uncovering random acts of journalism

  1. 1. Recruiting Writers and finding random acts of journalism
  2. 2. The Blog explosion
  3. 3. Doubling every six months
  4. 4. Blogging for Dollars
  5. 5. Use of ‘U-Sites’ exploding
  6. 6. The MSM rushes to blog
  7. 7. The result? This…
  8. 8. A blogger’s critique Institutionalise the blog philosophy. Open up. Involve the audience. Lost Remote
  9. 9. Why blog and work with citizen media? <ul><li>Get closer to your audience </li></ul><ul><li>Googling for sources (and content) </li></ul><ul><li>Inspiration for content innovation </li></ul>
  10. 10. You decide, I report
  11. 11. Googling for Sources in Iraq <ul><li>MaDeuceGunner </li></ul>
  12. 12. A young activist in Saudi Arabia
  13. 13. Our audience, their media
  14. 14. Audioblogging fleeing from Katrina <ul><li>Humid City podcasts </li></ul>
  15. 15. Podcasting from the Green Zone <ul><li>An interview via Gmail </li></ul>
  16. 16. Inspiration from media hackers
  17. 17. Web as content creation tool
  18. 18. Voicemail from Mumbai
  19. 19. First a little reality check
  20. 20. Challenging the UGC pyramid
  21. 21. Some are from ‘media’
  22. 22. Some are from ‘media’
  23. 23. Most commit random acts of journalism
  24. 24. Amplify citizen media voices
  25. 25. Amplify citizen media voices
  26. 26. Amplifying voices from around the world
  27. 27. Rewarding ‘trusted users’
  28. 28. Guardian’s Big Bloggers
  29. 29. Offline community supports online
  30. 30. <ul><li>Kevin Anderson </li></ul><ul><li>Guardian Blogs Editor </li></ul><ul><li>http: //blogs .guardian.co. uk </li></ul><ul><li>[email_address] </li></ul><ul><li>http://strange. corante .com </li></ul>

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