#PressFreedom Journalism Notebook

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Journalism, fake news, identity politics, deadlines, newsgathering, open access, press freedom, dead tree papers and online comments: this presentation is a snapshot of the sector in transition with recommended reading and favorite podcasts. Today the story continues after the final stop with the group of people formerly called the audience.. You are welcome to adapt and reuse with the attribution-sharealike license. We welcome your interaction -- comments, questions, suggestions, shares, clips, favorites, likes and hearts.

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#PressFreedom Journalism Notebook

  1. 1. @ r o n m a d e r p l a n e t a . c o m / j o u r n a l i s m • 0 4 . 2 0 1 7
  2. 2. Journalism, deadlines, newsgathering, blogs, dead tree papers and online comments: this presentation is a snapshot of the sector in transition with recommended reading and favorite quotes. Today the story continues after the final stop. You are welcome to adapt and reuse the materials with the attribution-sharealike license. We welcome your interaction -- comments, questions, suggestions, shares, clips, favorites, likes and hearts. - Ron Mader (Las Vegas, 2017) p l a n e t a . c o m / j o u r n a l i s m • p l a n e t a . w i k i s p a c e s . c o m / j o u r n a l i s m About This Presentation
  3. 3. Journalism Investigation and reporting of events, issues and trends to a group of people formerly called the audience.
  4. 4. planeta.com/journalism
  5. 5. Today the story continues AFTER the final stop. @ r o n m a d e r
  6. 6. Questions
  7. 7. LITTLE A LOT To what degree do journalists want to interact with readers? @ r o n m a d e r
  8. 8. LITTLE A LOT To what degree do readers want to interact with journalists? @ r o n m a d e r
  9. 9. LITTLE A LOT To what degree are journalists rewarded for their efforts? @ r o n m a d e r
  10. 10. EXCLUSIVITY COLLABORATION To what degree do journalists want an exclusive scoop and to what degree do they want to collaborate? @ r o n m a d e r
  11. 11. Further Reading
  12. 12. Listen
  13. 13. Quotes
  14. 14. In Las Vegas, a quintessential company town, it’s the blowhard billionaires and their political toadies who are worth punching. And if you don’t have the freedom to call the community’s heavyweights to account, then that “commentary” tag isn’t worth the paper on which it’s printed. John L. Smith @jlnevadasmith
  15. 15. Journalism is going to survive. I just don’t see how the businesses that have provided it will survive. @cshirky
  16. 16. We’re nuts if we don’t say that we have to do things differently when people are reading us differently. @deanbaquet
  17. 17. Excellent journalism has never been simply about information. It is information provided to enable knowledge, published or broadcast as a public exchange by people accountable for its accuracy. @melaniesill
  18. 18. story feature paywall quote opinion credibility deadline attribution ombudsperson delivery verify editor FREE SPACE trust open press freedom fake news embargo interview exclusive news voice rewrite scoop tease Journalism Bingo! p l a n e t a . w i k i s p a c e s . c o m / j o u r n a l i s m • 2 0 1 7
  19. 19. planeta.wikispaces.com/journalism
  20. 20. slideshare.net/planeta/journalism-notebook Please Share
  21. 21. @ronmader

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