Lecture @ Fudan J-School

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These are the slides I used for a talk about the Internet, grassroots media and global information trends at Fudan University.

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Lecture @ Fudan J-School

  1. 1. Public communication in the Internet age Rebecca MacKinnon University of Hong Kong, Journalism & Media Studies Centre
  2. 2. “Read-only” vs. “Read-write”
  3. 3. Journalism 2.0 Journalism 1.0 Conversation LECTURE
  4. 4. Then... Now... High cost of Low cost of production production Scarcity of space, Scarcity of airtime, etc. attention
  5. 5. My blog as simple example Of Web 2.0
  6. 6. Writing...
  7. 7. Linking Out
  8. 8. Syndicate
  9. 9. Feeds from NYT
  10. 10. Content freed from container
  11. 11. Friends recommend information
  12. 12. Conversation & info-sharing
  13. 13. “Baghdad blogger” Salam Pax
  14. 14. “I try to dispel the image that Muslims and Arabs suffer from - mostly by our own doing I have to say - in the rest of the world. I am no missionary and don’t want to be. I run several internet websites that are geared to do just that, create a better understanding that we’re not all nuts hell- bent on world destruction.”
  15. 15. A portrait of global media attention: (Data from Google News, July 2006) Countries in red have more stories Countries in blue have fewer (Courtesy Ethan Zuckerman at: http:// h2odev.law.harvard.edu/ezuckerman/)
  16. 16. 127 million people 130 million people 2nd largest world economy 54th largest world economy 12582 CNN.com stories 937 CNN stories (Data courtesy Ethan Zuckerman http://ethanzuckerman.com/)
  17. 17. Mass media to citizen media
  18. 18. Blogs are important to foreign journalists in China (2006 study)
  19. 19. Chinese-English “bridge blog”
  20. 20. More “bridge blogs”

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