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Now Public
Paying for demand
Jean Miélot
French scribe - 1435, Duke of Burgundy
Movable Type
The Gutenberg Printing Press, 1436
New Media
The Book
Gutenberg Bible
And the fall of the Vatican, 1450’s
Martin Luther
The Reformation
95 Theses
Protestant Reformation
Scientific Revolution
Journalism
London Gazette
Jean Miélot
French scribe - 15th century
Newspapers are dying
New bankruptcy every week
Social Media
The Twitter Press
One in five internet users update their status
Universal Authorship
Denis G. Pelli and Charles Bigelow
What is the role of the
media if everyone is part
of the production process?
People at the center of media
Public Media 2.0
Various communities
Local, Issue, National, Global
Crowdsourced Reporting
The End of the Line
Remove unnecessary reporters
Everyblock.com
Remove unnecessary editors
NewsTrust
Pro-Publica
Funded by philanthropic foundations
Spot.us
Crowdfunded
Global Post
Free content, passport membership
Ted
Paid events to fund content
Global Voices
The World is Talking. Are you listening?
What will you find on Global Voices?
What will you find on Global Voices?
Thank you!

oso@el-oso.net
twitter.com/oso
Changes in Media Over the Past 550 Years
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Changes in Media Over the Past 550 Years

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My presentation for MediaCamp Kyiv 2009.

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  • I teach communications to MBA students. I have been thinking about the biggest step-changes in the history of human communication? Invention of written language? The printing press? Radio? Email? Twitter? Great to find you are thinking this as well ;-)
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  • David, thanks for that great presentation!
    Unfortunately I was unable to listen to you on the Mediacamp neither to talk to you but from what I can see here and read here (http://www.pbs.org/idealab/2009/11/changes-in-media-over-the-past-550-years318.html) - your talk was totally awesome!
    For me, it was a kind of missing puzzle between Shirky's 'here comes everybody' and my real life experience.
    I'm quite interested in how media transform society and actually that was topic of my talk on the Mediacamp.
    Thanks once more for coming and talking at Mediacamp!
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Changes in Media Over the Past 550 Years

  1. 1. Now Public Paying for demand
  2. 2. Jean Miélot French scribe - 1435, Duke of Burgundy
  3. 3. Movable Type The Gutenberg Printing Press, 1436
  4. 4. New Media The Book
  5. 5. Gutenberg Bible And the fall of the Vatican, 1450’s
  6. 6. Martin Luther The Reformation
  7. 7. 95 Theses Protestant Reformation
  8. 8. Scientific Revolution
  9. 9. Journalism London Gazette
  10. 10. Jean Miélot French scribe - 15th century
  11. 11. Newspapers are dying New bankruptcy every week
  12. 12. Social Media
  13. 13. The Twitter Press One in five internet users update their status
  14. 14. Universal Authorship Denis G. Pelli and Charles Bigelow
  15. 15. What is the role of the media if everyone is part of the production process?
  16. 16. People at the center of media Public Media 2.0
  17. 17. Various communities Local, Issue, National, Global
  18. 18. Crowdsourced Reporting The End of the Line
  19. 19. Remove unnecessary reporters Everyblock.com
  20. 20. Remove unnecessary editors NewsTrust
  21. 21. Pro-Publica Funded by philanthropic foundations
  22. 22. Spot.us Crowdfunded
  23. 23. Global Post Free content, passport membership
  24. 24. Ted Paid events to fund content
  25. 25. Global Voices The World is Talking. Are you listening?
  26. 26. What will you find on Global Voices?
  27. 27. What will you find on Global Voices?
  28. 28. Thank you! oso@el-oso.net twitter.com/oso

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