source: comix
source: notionscapital
source: jesse757
The structure:1.   What is a blog?2.   Different functions of blogs3.   What are the differences between blogging and     ...
“Short for weblogs, blogs are both a technologyand a genre.1. Technology: format, layout, linking, and other   conventions...
1. weblogs as a space for journalistic thinking for   which institutional journalism provides little room2. weblogs as a c...
1. The role of institution: internal rules vs. Absence of   physical ind information background2. Organization of labour: ...
5. Periodicity: rule of expectation vs. irregularity6. Income: advertising revenue vs. part-time job7. Audience: disconnec...
source: alex E. proimos
1. Hire bloggers2. Employees blogging3. Provide a news website with blogging   platform
source: thequarterbin.com
Honza Páv  Find me on LinkedInHonza.pav@gmail.com      http://eikasia.cz   @Eikasia on Twitter
Sources:MATHESON, Donald. Weblogs and the Epistemology of the News : Some Trends in Online Journalism. New Media Society [...
Image creditsAll images are under the Creative Commons licence (attribution):•     comix http://www.luisescobarblog.com/wp...
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Journalism and blogging are seen as the two different generations. But it is not as easy.

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Blogging vs. journalism

  1. 1. source: comix
  2. 2. source: notionscapital
  3. 3. source: jesse757
  4. 4. The structure:1. What is a blog?2. Different functions of blogs3. What are the differences between blogging and journalism?4. How do media react to their weaknesses?5. The clash is over
  5. 5. “Short for weblogs, blogs are both a technologyand a genre.1. Technology: format, layout, linking, and other conventions (expertise needed)2. Genre: invoke certain forms of discourse and shape the outcome of the text
  6. 6. 1. weblogs as a space for journalistic thinking for which institutional journalism provides little room2. weblogs as a challenge to corporate journalism3. weblogs as a democratic, interactive space
  7. 7. 1. The role of institution: internal rules vs. Absence of physical ind information background2. Organization of labour: specialization and distribution of work3. Newsgathering process (work with sources): routine vs. Rarity (specific sources)4. Organization of content: rules help people understand the importance of message
  8. 8. 5. Periodicity: rule of expectation vs. irregularity6. Income: advertising revenue vs. part-time job7. Audience: disconnected from clients vs. close to audience8. Interactivity: nothing or everything
  9. 9. source: alex E. proimos
  10. 10. 1. Hire bloggers2. Employees blogging3. Provide a news website with blogging platform
  11. 11. source: thequarterbin.com
  12. 12. Honza Páv Find me on LinkedInHonza.pav@gmail.com http://eikasia.cz @Eikasia on Twitter
  13. 13. Sources:MATHESON, Donald. Weblogs and the Epistemology of the News : Some Trends in Online Journalism. New Media Society [online].August 2004, no 4., [cit. 2010-12-07]. Dostupný z WWW: <http://nms.sagepub.com/content/6/4/443>. ISSN 1461-7315.LOWREY, Wilson. Mapping the journalism–blogging relationship. Journalism [online]. November 2006, no 4., [cit. 2010-12-07].Dostupný z WWW: <http://jou.sagepub.com/content/7/4/477>. ISSN 1741-3001. [e-článek]ROWLEY, Wilson; MACKAY, Jenn Burleson. JOURNALISM AND BLOGGING. Journalism Practice [online]. January 2008, vol. 2, [cit.2010-12-07]. Dostupný z WWW: <http://web.ebscohost.com.ezproxy.is.cuni.cz/ehost/detail?vid=1&hid=110&sid=c5f803ac-f05a-4d0e-ae51-5315fb799842%40sessionmgr113&bdata=Jmxhbmc9Y3Mmc2l0ZT1laG9zdC1saXZl#db=ufh&AN=28805693>. ISSN1751-2786.GRAVES, Lucas. The Affordances of Blogging A Case Study in Culture and Technological Effects. Journal of Communication Inquiry[online]. October 2007, no 4., [cit. 2010-12-07]. Dostupný z WWW: <http://jci.sagepub.com/content/31/4/331>. ISSN 1552-4612.GULVADY, Samskrati. Blogging – Redefining Global Modern Journalism: An Omani Perspective. Global Media Journal: AmericanEdition [online]. Spring2009, Vol. 8, 14, [cit. 2010-12-07]. Dostupný z WWW:<http://web.ebscohost.com.ezproxy.is.cuni.cz/ehost/detail?vid=5&hid=110&sid=b33c4a6e-5054-4495-9b28-4fc65c5f6f5c%40sessionmgr113&bdata=Jmxhbmc9Y3Mmc2l0ZT1laG9zdC1saXZl#db=ufh&AN=53159446#db=ufh&AN=53159446>. ISSN 1550-7521.
  14. 14. Image creditsAll images are under the Creative Commons licence (attribution):• comix http://www.luisescobarblog.com/wp-content/uploads/2009/04/doczoomvsquicksilver.jpg• notionscapital http://www.flickr.com/photos/notionscapital/3961139526/sizes/o/• jesse757 http://www.flickr.com/photos/jesse757/3094868007/sizes/l/• alex E. proimos http://www.flickr.com/photos/proimos/4199833475/sizes/o/• thequarterbin.com http://thequarterbin.com/wp-content/uploads/116.jpg

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