NewsVision Social Media Panel


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Slides from the Social Media panel at NVision, a conference on the future of journalism held March 30, 2009 at the Newseum in Washington, D.C. Panelists include Patrick Cooper of USA Today, Etan Horowitz of the Orlando Sentinel, Scott Karp of Publish2, and Jennifer Golbeck, a professor at the University of Maryland.

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    1. 1. Everybody’s Talking, No One Cares About You, and Nobody Can Hear You Scream A high-minded panel discussion about the irreversible cultural transformation that is wrecking everything journalists hold dear. Plus: How to get over it, dive into it and use it to your advantage. Drinks to follow.
    2. 2. What Was* One-way distribution of your great stuff to enthused readers. Cool! * Ca. 1439 - 2006 Creator of Really Great Journalism
    3. 3. What Is Everyone creating stuff and talking each other. Uh-oh. B B B B B B B B B Creator of Really Great Journalism
    4. 4. What Is [detail] And take a look who’s in that “Conversation.” Big uh-oh. Simpleton Some random loudmouth Little-known genius Publisher of deep vertical journalism Artiste with video camera Twitterer with lots of followers That guy That other guy Publisher of OK Journalism B B B B B B Idiot with video camera B B DRUDGE Forces of commerce, evil and benign Famous person Brilliant amateur smarter than you. Insufferable partisan blowhard Creator of Really Great Journalism
    5. 5. Annoying social media evangelists often refer to this as “ A persistent, transparent, inclusive, multi-media global conversation in which anybody can participate and which nobody can control.” And yet journalists often say they “just need a new business model.” They are wrong. So very wrong.
    6. 6. And So…..?
    7. 7. Panelists etanowitz Etan Horowitz is a tech reporter at the Orlando Sentinel who loves using new tools 2 connect w/ people and learn about the world. Go Terps! btrpkc Patrick's a product innovation manager at USA TODAY, building digital spaces & tools. Previously edited, blogged, ran UGC journalism there. $ golbeck is an Assistant Professor at the University of Maryland. She studies social networks, trust and artificial intelligence for web personalizat scottkarp Co-founder and CEO of Publish2, a platform for collaborative journalism; journalism blogger and evangelist. craigstoltz helps publishers and others use the web better, sometimes by using social media. He left the Washington Post before it was the thing to do.
    8. 8. Opening the conversation <ul><li>Network journalism and identity </li></ul>
    9. 9. Leading the conversation <ul><li>Communities and structure </li></ul>
    10. 10. Joining the larger conversation <ul><li>Social media spots, but bringing strategy </li></ul>
    11. 11. <ul><li>Etan Horowitz </li></ul><ul><li>Orlando Sentinel </li></ul><ul><li>@etanowitz on </li></ul><ul><li> </li></ul>
    12. 12. DON’T DO
    13. 13. TweetDeck
    14. 14. Social Media as a Platform for Collaborative Journalism Scott Karp CEO, Co-Founder [email_address]
    15. 15. On the Web, Linking Is Social
    16. 16. The Newsroom Shares Links
    17. 17. Collaborating within the Newsroom
    18. 18. Breaking Statewide News Sparks Collaboration Across Newsrooms (and Media Companies)
    19. 19. News Stories That Journalists Around the State Selected
    20. 20. Let’s Do This Collaboration Thing Again
    21. 21. Collaborating with Citizens to Gather News
    22. 22. Using Social Networks to Personalize News Jennifer Golbeck University of Maryland, College Park
    23. 23. Finding Trusted Information <ul><li>How many cows in Texas? </li></ul>