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Future of Journalism

Journalism is facing a paradigm shift. The way news and stories are produced and consumed is changing. Join 'Future of Journalism' group to share your thoughts and shape your industry's future.

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This group aims to involve journalists in discussing the future of their industry.

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The European Journalism Centre announces journalism grants for innovations in development reporting

Started by Hanna McLean Jan 23, 2013. 0 Replies

Hold on to your hats everyone, I've got some good news: The European Journalism Centre is proud to announce that it has received financial support from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation to…Continue

Tags: Foundation', Gates, 'Millennium, Development, money

What are the "Canons of Journalism" to be aplicable for all journalists worldwide to mirror today's industry and its future?

Started by Eugenio Hernandez Sep 23, 2011. 0 Replies

(Please feel free to add your comments and/or clauses that you may strongly believe ought to be added to the below "Cannons of Journalism" articles. This is a collaborative effort among all of us…Continue

Future of Journalism

Started by Kovuuri G. Reddy. Last reply by Irene Chinappi Sep 22, 2011. 4 Replies

Journalism will remain. But in which format or platform it is going to manifest? Online / Mobile Platforms? 

How social media creates a rough draft of history

Started by Sueli Brodin May 13, 2011. 0 Replies

Source: New York Times, 6 May 2011Washington…Continue

Tags: citizen, journalism, study, facebook, twitter

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Comment by Hanna McLean on January 28, 2013 at 8:35

Hi Steve,

Thanks for the information :) Yes, please do keep us informed of your progress. I think we would all be interested to know how things turn out.

Comment by Steve Foley on January 26, 2013 at 21:24
At The Age in Melbourne, Australia, we are exploring innovative ways of engaging with our growing audiences. Soon we will launch an epic-scale project combining social media tools and data-base journalism. Our goal is to create rich new journalistic content by reaching out to targeted groups in our various communities of readers. if interested I will keep you all informed of our progress. If its succeeds it could become a model for doing journalism in the future.
Comment by syed mohsin ali naqvi on November 10, 2011 at 14:50

Assalam o alaikum.

If journalist cannot accept any pressure from Politician then i hope journalism have a bright future in Pakistan

Comment by Khalid Khattak on April 19, 2011 at 23:15
The future of journalism is bright for Pakistan. Have a look as to how emerging trends are being welcomed by media in Pakistan. There are challenges too!
Comment by Antoaneta Markova on February 3, 2011 at 12:53
Comment by BARTOLOMEO BUSCEMA on January 27, 2011 at 12:54

We are entering a new age of

information access and dissemination.

Now it easy to publish in the web  ( an equivalent

of a printing press on their desks),but it is also important to

  understand the implications they have for culture,

journalism and society. I hope this forum will go in this way

Comment by Bo Wanngård on January 12, 2011 at 12:38
Now,

Is there a light in the tunnel? Sure there is.
In Sweden we have NO local journalists. If local is synonymous to community where the journalists live and work. Without being familiar with networks, and structures of local power, you simply can't do the job. I had just moved to the community when I 2001 started my local tv-station. It took me five good years to learn by doing.

So, the light I see comes from the enormous potential in ELM - Extremely Local Media… or whatever you call it. There are thousands and thousands of jobs all over Europe. Waiting for the trigger.

Or - what do you think, friends

Bosse W
Comment by Mokor on December 29, 2010 at 13:35
Nice to be here. Lets see what the future holds for the profession!
Comment by Bo Wanngård on December 8, 2010 at 9:33
My career in short:
Camera assistent feature film
Cinematographer
Headhunted by Swedish television 1958
Started my prod.company 1961
Won some prizes: My company produced an Emmy award winner back in 1994 - "The Miracle of Man" with and about the Swedish photographer Lennart Nilsson.
Most important work has been and is developing of "very local media". To reach even what we tend to regard as "groups hard to reach" - like teenagers between 14 and 18.

The techniqueI skill I pick up as I go... Now working in Mac/FinalCutPro/PhotoShop for film- and tvproduction. iWeb for webbprod. and Scribe for layout/newsletters and such.
Comment by Emma Brewin on December 6, 2010 at 10:43
That is a cool bit of kit, if a little retro now! Any other journalists who have been in the career for a while got any other interesting pics?

How have you ensured you kept up with technological changes Bo? Have your learnt new equipment/tools formally, or just picked them up?
 

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