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  • Christopher Nelson 11:53 pm on June 29, 2009 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: BET Awards, Billy Mays, , citizen journalism, Ed McMahon, Farrah Fawcett, interactive journalism, media & society, media diversity, Michael Jackson, New Media, representation,   

    Diversity, Interactive Journalism, & Citizen Journalism 

    Twitter is one vehicle changing the face of news today. {Thanks, AP}

    Twitter is one vehicle changing the face of news today. {Thanks, AP}

    Over the course of these last several weeks a lot of attention has been paid to Twitter and how it has changed how the media reports on certain events from the protests and demonstrations following Iran’s disputed presidential election to the death of celebrities such as Ed McMahon, Farrah Fawcett, Michael Jackson, and Billy Mays.

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  • rashaunh 4:08 pm on June 19, 2009 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: 140 Characters Conference, Christopher R. Weingarten, music critics, music criticsm, New Media, , , Village Voice   

    Twitter Kills Music Critics 

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    Well, not literally. But to hear freelance music critic Christopher R. Weingarten tell it, it soon will kill the business of music criticism. Watch his recent rant (NSFW for language only) at the 140 Characters Conference and let us know what you think.

     
  • J'Sticks 4:22 pm on June 10, 2009 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , New Media, Old Media, , Veteran Journalist   

    #JSticks Tweet Chat 6/8/09: TOPIC #2 

    TOPIC #2: Can writers who do NOT use Social Media survive the new journalism climate?

    Love_Is_Dope: Absolutely not. Print is obviously dying. You have to be on that new -ish

    thembithembi: My answer wasn’t much of a writer’s word, but social media is like the internet itself or the telephone. ppl who don’t will die out

    russellnichols: Truth be told, I tried to avoid it for a minute. Still don’t have a FB. Just got on Twitter. Definitely necessary

    tlawrites: I think it depends if you are a newbie or an established writer and what audience you are trying to attract (More …)

     
  • Tanisha Blakely 8:05 am on May 11, 2009 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , Education, , New Media, New York Magazine, ,   

    Will Developers or Journalists Save the Media Industry? 

    Back in January New York Magazine did a feature on New York Times’ developers-slash-journalists or journalists-slash-developers (see: http://bit.ly/PN5zN). Fast forward, Northwestern University’s journalism school is offering free scholarships to software developers so they can hone their journalism skills. Check it out: http://bit.ly/UFMOF

    With media fast tracking from print to digital, maybe journalists should seriously consider getting their technology weight up. Print journalists, are you ready for the digital world?

     
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