Karel van den Berg
Windesheim School of Media
BEA IGNITE
Pattern Breaking News
My first
journalistic
tool (1986)
Little
has
changed
new
questions
Intellectual
tradeknown
answers
News might
start
with an event,
journalism
always
starts with an
idea
Why don’t you
teach them
their most
valuable tool?!
Freelance
journalist
(2009)
Uh...
Please
stand by
Waiting for
connection
with the right
brain
Deadlines
don’t wait
Journalists
rarely dance or
finger-paint
Journalistic
creativity
50
news roommeetings
150journalists
Journalistic
box
Expert
Creativity =
breaking
patterns
You teach
them patterns!
creativity
imagination
postponement
of judgement
journalism
facts
critical
thinking
PARADOXES
credits: Reporters Without B...
journalistic
creativity
keep
looking
keep
thinking
keep
asking
credits: Reporters Without Borders
credits:ReportersWithout...
How many
angles
in
journalism?
who
what
when
where
why
how
The 18
angles of
journalism?
who
what
when
where
why
how
else?
else?
else?
else?
else?
else?
The 18
angles of
journalism?
who
what
when
where
why
how
else?
else?
else?
else?
else?
else?
too?
too?
too?
too?
too?
too?
not?
not?
not?
not?
not?
not...
...but also how
to break them!
So teach ‘em
journalistic
patterns...
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  1. 1. Karel van den Berg Windesheim School of Media BEA IGNITE Pattern Breaking News
  2. 2. My first journalistic tool (1986)
  3. 3. Little has changed
  4. 4. new questions Intellectual tradeknown answers
  5. 5. News might start with an event, journalism always starts with an idea
  6. 6. Why don’t you teach them their most valuable tool?!
  7. 7. Freelance journalist (2009) Uh...
  8. 8. Please stand by Waiting for connection with the right brain Deadlines don’t wait
  9. 9. Journalists rarely dance or finger-paint
  10. 10. Journalistic creativity
  11. 11. 50 news roommeetings 150journalists Journalistic box
  12. 12. Expert
  13. 13. Creativity = breaking patterns
  14. 14. You teach them patterns!
  15. 15. creativity imagination postponement of judgement journalism facts critical thinking PARADOXES credits: Reporters Without Borders
  16. 16. journalistic creativity keep looking keep thinking keep asking credits: Reporters Without Borders credits:ReportersWithoutBorders PARALLEL
  17. 17. How many angles in journalism?
  18. 18. who what when where why how The 18 angles of journalism?
  19. 19. who what when where why how else? else? else? else? else? else? The 18 angles of journalism?
  20. 20. who what when where why how else? else? else? else? else? else? too? too? too? too? too? too? not? not? not? not? not? not? find within the topic associate with other situations
  21. 21. ...but also how to break them! So teach ‘em journalistic patterns...

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