Future of News & Journalism
The Scripps Howard Foundation will help start investigative reporting centers at the University of Maryland and Arizona State University.
RT @cwarzel: Here is Alex Jones (as we speak) doing exactly what experts like @noUpside told me propagandists would do: use the simple existence of audio/video manipulation tech to cast doubt/disorient/muddle reality https://t.co/bKAITWHQQF https://t.co/LTjHlpQ3lQOpen
"What happens when anyone can make it appear as if anything has happened, regardless of whether or not it did?"
RT @pdstringer: This is a really good paper by Nicole Cohen (2015) on the oft-neglected subject of labour in digital journalism https://t.co/6Rm22ASrXmOpen
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"my industry butchered itself and we did so at the behest of Wall Street and the same unfettered, free-market logic that has proved so disastrous for so many American industries." - From today's coulda-been-written-yesterday read: David Simon from 2009. https://t.co/sgsB3s0UXuOpen
Meanwhile, readers acquire news from the aggregators and abandon its point of origin –namely the newspapers themselves. Because high-end journalism – that which acquires essential ...
RT @AmPress: Catch @TomRosenstiel and @jeffsonderman at #AEJMC18 this week & check out our free resource: https://t.co/zwPZ7p0WEd, built to help news innovators lead journalism into the future. https://t.co/qVdiMzQ3or #APIFieldNotes https://t.co/TEssvfhDUmOpen
API’s team will be meeting with journalism educators from around the country this week at the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication conference in Washington, D.C. ...
Every month, residents of Charlotte, North Carolina; reporters from The Charlotte Observer; and Free Press get together for conversations about stories that need to be told about the city. https://t.co/ybYwW8fJbiOpen
These ongoing conversations help ensure that the stories told about our communities are rich and full of nuance.
@JoannaFantozzi Sorry to disagree. "Content" is a Gutenberg-era concept: making something to fill a product. This is why I argue journalism must reconceive of itself as a service. https://t.co/Ugf6He3yNiOpen
These digital visionaries tell people like me that we just don’t understand them. They talk about the wonders of the interconnected world…
Alan Rusbridger is one of the modern editorial greats of the British Press. His time at the Guardian was unique and ground-breaking. For starters, it exposed phone-hacking, published ...
Did you know you can read many Nieman Lab stories in Arabic, Chinese, Farsi, German, Japanese, Polish, Portuguese, Russian, and Spanish? Over the past couple of years, through the help of ...
RT @NiemanLab: The universe of people trying to deceive journalists keeps expanding, and newsrooms aren’t ready https://t.co/F4lHBGps9D https://t.co/GiK9sFol7lOpen
"It's going to be a while before we really have an understanding of how we work to combat it beyond the traditional methods that we have used for a few years now."
TVEyes will ask the Supreme Court to review a case it lost against Fox News in a decision that favored copyright over fair use in sharing of TV clips (@eriqgardner / Hollywood Reporter) https://t.co/ozq9f1LKkL https://t.co/BJIfz9AgznOpen
In an application to the high court, TVEyes says it is presenting an "exceptionally important question" about how to balance copyright with the First Amendment right to criticize and ...