Search Results for Tag: social journalism
How do journalists verify content they find in Social Networks? What are current challenges and requirements? Which solutions are already deployed? In context of the REVEAL project we wanted to find out and conducted a number of interviews with journalists. This one is with Jeff Jarvis – author, journalist and professor at the City University of New York.
DateMonday, July 14th, 2014
Tagsdata journalism, debunking, GMF, Jeff Jarvis, journalism, REVEAL, social journalism, social media, storytelling, UGC, verification
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.
DateThursday, March 27th, 2014
Tags5 Big Links, DDJ, digital media, future of journalism, innovative news, social journalism, storyful, storytelling, web-native TV
A workshop at DW’s Best Practice Day 2013
Journalists increasingly involve social media in their work. Initially, the focus was on publication, self-promotion, user engagement and audience feedback. Now the research aspect is catching up. Not just for breaking news:
DateWednesday, June 12th, 2013
Tagsauthor: Birgit Gray, DW Innovation, event detection, journalism, research, social analytics, social journalism, social media, social network research, Socios
Exploiting social networks and social graphs
SocIoS unlocks the potential of social networks. Social networking sites contain an ever growing, increasingly relevant volume of multimedia content from ordinary users as well as professional sources. This mass of unstructured content is difficult to exploit – in terms of search, organisation, validation and recommendation.
How can businesses get easier access to social media content and related social graphs? SocIoS develops technology, which enables topical search across eight social networks, media item ranking/recommendation, event detection, social contact filtering, translation, sentiment analysis and IPR-handling. A journalism application provides these capabilities via a tailored user interface in order to support the process of topical journalistic research.
As a user partner Deutsche Welle developed a journalism scenario and related requirements, tested the resulting journalism application and conducted dissemination activities.
The project runs from Sep 2010 – Feb 2013
Bring me to the Socios website
DateFriday, November 2nd, 2012