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5 Big Links – March 2014

Short and sweet: Five links that lead to novel views about media, tech and innovation.

1.  Social Media is changing journalism. Nothing new. But how do you deal with these new challenges?
Learn from @storyful by taking in the 10 principles that power social journalism. Don’t forget to have a look at the “just-as-good-as-the-article” comment section.
 
2.  Remember Forbes’ 30 under 30 Media People from January?
Check out the Guardian’s 30 young people in digital media and learn why content still rules over technology in the future of journalism.
 
3.  What do you do, when your audience turns away from your traditional media program? Check out how a Belgium public service broadcaster is experimenting with online content and new ways of storytelling – successfully. via journalism.co.uk
 
4.  Where would you turn for new innovative news projects?
If you thought about the U.S. – think again. Meanwhile tune into Norwegian based Schibsted’s planned web-native TV-experience. via Nieman Journalism Lab
 
5.  Following #NICAR2014 you might have heard about gathering your own data.
Go ahead and make it real with Andy Dickinson, who is taking this to the next level.
 

Date

Thursday, March 27th, 2014

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5 Big Links – February 2014

Short and sweet: Five links that lead to novel views about media, tech and innovation.

1.  With everybody talking about “First Look Media” and “The Intercept” you might wonder who’s behind it.
Uncover the team around Pierre Omidyar and Glenn Greenwald. via journalism.co.uk
 
2.  How the future internet will drive innovation in Europe.
Meet the influencers of technology & innovation at the 1st European Conference on the Future Internet.
 
3.  How to separate fakes from facts in the online world?
Learn how to verify User Generated Content via EJC’s newly published verification handbook. If interested please follow our new project Reveal (via website or twitter) and get your weekly updates on Social Media verification.
 
4.  Improve your data visualization skills by learning from good examples.
Or get in contact with people who can help you do it. via eagereyes.org
 
5.  Even in times of multimedia storytelling, content is still king!
Check out the New York Times low tech but compelling multimedia special “Fourth” on what it is like to just have missed an Olympic medal.
 

Date

Wednesday, February 19th, 2014

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5 Big Links – January 2014

Short and sweet: Five links that lead to novel views about media, tech and innovation.

1.  The beginning of a new year: It’s time for predictions!
What will be trending in digital journalism this year? via journalism.co.uk
 
2.  Multimedia Storytelling will become bigger, better and more interactive.
It’s your time to play! via arte
 
3.  Time to give the old fashioned news-reading a facelift:
Check out the New York Times’ redesigned online experience.
 
4.  Young & gifted, the talents of media are promising:
Have a look at Forbes’ 30 under 30 media people of tomorrow.
 
5.  Learn from the big players and improve your social media presence:
The NYTimes social media desk shares its insides on their Twitter success.
via Nieman Journalism Lab
 

Date

Monday, January 13th, 2014

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5 Big Links – November 2013

Short and sweet: Five links that lead to novel views about media, tech and innovation.

1. Must see this month, if you haven’t already: NSA decoded: Impressive, interactive dossier by The Guardian.

2. Infecting an audience: Why great stories spread. Worthwhile re-thinking how to create meaningful communication.

3. Times are changing, so journalism has to change too: Advice for student news media: Be radically experimental!

4. Helpful: Model Curricula for Journalism Education, a compendium of new syllabi, via Unesco.

5. Tagging in a different way. What could media do with this technology?

Date

Tuesday, November 12th, 2013

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5 Big Links – August 2013

What is happening in the Media Innovation landscape? With 5 Big Links we inform you every month about the big stories we see out there.

1. Are you a Stuffer or a Stringer? The 7 types of Hashtag Abusers, by #nymag.

2. Online news consumers in meticulous detail. The Digital News Report, by Reuters Institute.

3. Newstainment. Journalism & Video games coming together as a new form of storytelling, by Niemanlab.

4. The Age of the Algorithm. But what if they misbehave? Do we hand over too much power to machines? By The Guardian.

5. Ninja citizen journalists take on media monopolies. The Brazil protests on Government spending and Education, by DW.

(Ruben Bouwmeester)

Date

Thursday, August 15th, 2013

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5 Big Links – June 2013

What is happening in the Media Innovation landscape? With 5 Big Links we will inform you monthly about the big stories we see out there.

Right to privacy anno 2013: Academic research studies & reports on the state of digital privacy.

The signal & the noise: journalism & the future of crowd-sourced reporting after the Boston marathon bombings. An e-magazine by Nieman Reports.

Innovations issue online now! Using HTML5 and responsive design the New York Times brings magazine experience to the web.

Defend your data! Journalist guide to information security.

Learning by statistics: How to use Youtube successfully. Don’t miss the detailed 2013 study!

(Ruben Bouwmeester)

Date

Friday, June 21st, 2013

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5 Big Links – May 2013

What is happening in the Media Innovation landscape? With 5 Big Links we will inform you monthly about the big stories we see out there.

Journalistic Accountability: Churnalism discovers when news copies from other sources.

Interactive storytelling at its best. Boston Moment by NYT.

Losing $136 billion over one single tweet.

When everyone is an eye-witness, what is a journalist?

Mood measurement for groups: Smile, you’re on camera!

(Ruben Bouwmeester)

Date

Monday, May 6th, 2013

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5 Big Links – April 2013

What is happening in the Media Innovation landscape? With 5 Big Links we will inform you monthly about the big stories we see out there.

1. The biggest lie on the web is “I have read and agree to the Terms”. Understanding terms & privacy policies..

2. True impact of journalism. How do we measure it? By Ben Colmery.

3. Is this real? How to fact check Social Media? Internet research skills every journalist needs.

4. Expected innovations. Liquid Journalism and Dynamic Storytelling emerge in 2013. Mind-bending interactive story approaches available right now!

5. Mobile World Congress: news media will have to fight to stay in the game. The huge growth of video streaming points to a great opportunity for the media industry.

(Ruben Bouwmeester)

Date

Thursday, April 4th, 2013

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4 Big links – Jan 2013

What is happening in the Media Innovation landscape? With 4 Big links we will inform you monthly about the big stories we see out there.

1. Cloud computing in the EU. There is a chance to create 2,5 Million new jobs until 2020, says Neelie Kroes.

2. Curation is hot. It is about collecting and linking. One good example is “Brain Pickings”, here is how they do things.

3. Dissemination made fun. How do journalists report about complex issues? One refreshing idea is to rap about it.

4. Innovation in Media. The “Huffington Post” is super-successful. What is their story?

(Ruben Bouwmeester)

Date

Wednesday, December 12th, 2012

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