Posts Tagged 'networked journalism'

State of the news industry and you

As a follow-up to last week’s liveblogged lecture, here’s the Jeff Jarvis slideshow I used, in case you’d like to review the slides.

Also, since we covered some new and strange-sounding topics, here’s additional reading on the link economy (and more posts here), the press sphere, and networked journalism (and more here and here).

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  • RT @damianradcliffe: Delighted this article "The Digital Life of Small Market Newspapers: Results from a multi-method study" by @Ali_Christ6 days ago
  • RT @shannimcg: 🚨 New study alert 🚨 Me & @loganex conduct an experiment on working journalists — we find that journos who use Twitter often… 6 days ago
  • RT @rasmus_kleis: Chinese state media directly buying up stakes in news media in other countries. A whole new level of infrastructure captu… 6 days ago
  • RT @jayrosen_nyu: If you missed it, a thread that tries to explain why the New York Times investigation proving him a tax cheat and a liar… 6 days ago
  • RT @damianradcliffe: Delighted to share that Heather Bryant - aka @HBCompass - will be our first @UOsojc Demystifying Media speaker this te… 1 week ago

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