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The Death and Re-birth of Journalism

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The Death and Re-birth of Journalism

  1. 1. The Death and Re-birth of Journalism
  2. 2. Newest Journalism Trends Dailies – disappearing portfolios  New Owners – new rules?  Media Entrepreneurship - all-time high  Calls for New Models of Journalism  Metro
  3. 3. Media Entrepreneurship>Optimism  Investigative News Startups  Indie News startups  Niche sites – politics, arts, climate  Tech sites > News portfolios  Non-Narrative News  Soft advocacy sites
  4. 4. Investigative News Sites INN 80+ members
  5. 5. Local Indie Startups> LION Publishers
  6. 6. Expanding with Satellite Sites
  7. 7. Tech Giants > J Chops
  8. 8. Nowcasts San Antonio Civic Meetings
  9. 9. Non-Narrative Journalism Data Journalism Comics Journalism
  10. 10. Drone & Sensor Journalism
  11. 11. News Games: “Playing” the News
  12. 12. Collaboration & Partnerships
  13. 13. Pubcasting Partnerships
  14. 14. Distribution Channels: Twitter, Tumblr, Pinterest, Instagram
  15. 15. Counterpoint: Focused Portfolios
  16. 16. Case in Point: Vox Media
  17. 17. Niche Sites: Environmental, Health
  18. 18. Rise of Arts & Culture Sites
  19. 19. University News Sites
  20. 20. New Journalism Models Soft Advocacy Sites – Public Schools
  21. 21. Soft Advocacy Sites – Sustainable Cities
  22. 22. Can New Models of Journalism Impact Engagement? Knowledge Journalists (Bill McKibben)  Activist Journalists (Glenn Greenwald)  Advocacy Journalism (E. Zuckerman)  Solutions Journalism (Bornstein/civic journalism)  Tech-daddy journalism 
  23. 23. New Models of Journalism  Framing  Avoid conflict  Validate consensus Pathways for emotion  Problem solving options  Meta-narratives vs daily crises 
  24. 24. Smaller and smaller pieces build
  25. 25. Jan Schaffer, jans@j-lab.org @jlab, @janjlab www.j-lab.org

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