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Journalism Without Journalists




                        A Talk By Mark Deuze
        Indiana University & Leiden Univer...
1. Journalism as Profession
2. The New Newsroom
3. Changing Organization of Newswork
4. Convergence Culture
5. Precarity
6...
1. Journalism as Profession
2. The New Newsroom
3. Changing Organization of Newswork
4. Convergence Culture
5. Precarity
6...
The Price of Professional Distance
The Integrated Newsroom as Perfect Prison
Journalism as a Global Production Network
Remote Control Journalism
Backpack Reporters
Project Ecologies in Newswork
The People Formerly Known As The Audience
Crossmedia Storytelling
Transmedia Storytelling
A Continuum of Co-Creation
The Consumer as Colleague (and… Competitor)
The People Formerly Known As The Employers
Precarity in Media Work
Careers: “Atypical” Work
The Living Dead versus You
Step #1: Get The Gear
Step #2: Get The Software
Step #3: Get Into The Community
Step #4: Stay A Fan
  (Of Journalism)
mdeuze@indiana.edu
m.j.p.deuze@let.leidenuniv.nl
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Journalism Without Journalists

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Slideshow for a series of talks/seminars in 2009 on the power shift in journalism from journalists to employers and audiences. Working paper, co-authored with Leopoldina Fortunati, available at: http://is.gd/Cu6m.

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Journalism Without Journalists

  1. Journalism Without Journalists A Talk By Mark Deuze Indiana University & Leiden University Summer 2009 follow twitter.com/markdeuze
  2. 1. Journalism as Profession 2. The New Newsroom 3. Changing Organization of Newswork 4. Convergence Culture 5. Precarity 6. The Future of Journalism (Without Journalists)
  3. 1. Journalism as Profession 2. The New Newsroom 3. Changing Organization of Newswork 4. Convergence Culture 5. Precarity 6. The Future of Journalism (Without Journalists)
  4. The Price of Professional Distance
  5. The Integrated Newsroom as Perfect Prison
  6. Journalism as a Global Production Network
  7. Remote Control Journalism
  8. Backpack Reporters
  9. Project Ecologies in Newswork
  10. The People Formerly Known As The Audience
  11. Crossmedia Storytelling
  12. Transmedia Storytelling
  13. A Continuum of Co-Creation
  14. The Consumer as Colleague (and… Competitor)
  15. The People Formerly Known As The Employers
  16. Precarity in Media Work
  17. Careers: “Atypical” Work
  18. The Living Dead versus You
  19. Step #1: Get The Gear
  20. Step #2: Get The Software
  21. Step #3: Get Into The Community
  22. Step #4: Stay A Fan (Of Journalism)
  23. mdeuze@indiana.edu m.j.p.deuze@let.leidenuniv.nl

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