About the Journalism Field What should a young journalist or journalism student know about the field of journalism today? Not "how to" but rather "what it is now." This is a collection to clue them in to the way things are, and where journalism is going.
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Feb. 14, 2013 · Www.digiday.com · Brian Morrissey,Giselle Abramovich,Saya Weissman,Josh Sternberg,Erika Schnitzer,Paul Ollinger,Christopher Hansen
Feb. 11, 2013 · PaidContent · Mathew Ingram
Why mobile will disrupt journalism like the Internet did a decade ago
I’ve been on my mobile soapbox lately, urging news organizations to adopt a “mobile first” mindset. Meanwhile, Business Insider’s Henry Blodget says the smarter strategy is “mobile, too.” “The reality is that we live in a multi-screen world, not a ‘mobile world’ that operates parallel to a ‘desktop world,’” he writes. “For some services, such as news and information, the laptop/desktop screen is still by far the most dominant screen. So abandoning that screen, or designing for another screen first, ...
Jan. 15, 2013 · Corybe.com
Mounting costs for the default model of trust production in American newsrooms
Jan. 6 The outlines of the new system are now coming into view. Accuracy and verification, fairness and intellectual honesty–traditional virtues for sure–join up with transparency, “show your work,” the re-voicing of individual journalists, fact-checking, calling BS when needed and avoiding false balance. For about 20 years (yikes!) I have been trying to move American journalists off their default view of newsroom “objectivity.” The default view goes like this: # There is something called “news,” another thing called “opinion,” and ...
Jan. 8, 2013 · Pressthink.org
Jan. 7, 2013 · Www.digiday.com · Josh Sternberg,Brian Morrissey,Erika Schnitzer,Giselle Abramovich,Rosie Siman
Jan. 6, 2013 · Fast Company
Jan. 4, 2013 · The Atlantic · Derek Thompson
Jan. 3, 2013 · Adage.com · Nat Ives, email@example.com