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New information for new journalists pt1: RSS & social networks

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Presentation to ESCACC, Barcelona, 2010

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New information for new journalists pt1: RSS & social networks

  1. Paul Bradshaw City University, London and Birmingham City University Publisher, Online Journalism Blog Founder, Help Me Investigate.com New information, new journalists Barcelona, ESCACC, October 2010
  2. New information, new journalists 1. Social networks, RSS and data 2. Passive-aggressive newsgathering 3. Looking forward
  3. New types of information
  4. New types of journalist
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  7. New processes
  8. http://www.buzzmachine.com/2009/06/07/processjournalism/
  9. RSS
  10. Why? Speed Serendipity Flexibility
  11. What sites have RSS? • News sites • Blogs • Facebook, MySpace etc. • Flickr (tags, comments, friends and groups only) • YouTube, Vimeo, etc. • Twitter • Delicious, Digg, etc.
  12. Searches by RSS • Google News Search, Yahoo News • Technorati, icerocket, ljseek • Search.Twitter.com, twitterlocal.net • Flickr (via Yahoo! Pipes) • video.google.com, YouTube • Delicious, Digg, Propeller, Reddit • Boardreader • Add mloovi
  13. Other useful RSS tools • Page2RSS.com • Feedburner • Google Docs • Wikis • Mailing lists with RSS feeds • Yahoo! Pipes
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  15. Get social
  16. Why? Leads Contributors Distribution
  17. Finding people online • Use sites’ own search engines • Openbook • Boardreader • Peoplesearch: yoName, Pipl, Yasni, Zoominfo
  18. Verifying information on social media • Domain, frequency & recency of update, history • Too good to be true? Bait for RT? • Style and personality • Who’s following/friends? Who are they following? Who was first? • Messages to/about them • Presences elsewhere on social media • Pages linking to them • Internet archive and caches • Source code
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  20. Questions/br eak.
  21. Delicious.com/paulb/barc10 Twitter.com/paulbradshaw Linkedin.com/in/onlinejournalist Slideshare.net/onlinejournalist Paul Bradshaw City University, London and Birmingham City University Publisher, Online Journalism Blog Founder, Help Me Investigate.com

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