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On 12 and 13 September, German press agency dpa and media network Hamburg@work hosted scoopcamp 2013 in the Schmidt theatre on Hamburg’s Reeperbahn. Around 280 people attended the event which focused on topics such as the current status and future of journalism, and new forms of storytelling. A key aspect of presentations and discussions was the disruptions as well as opportunities brought about by digitisation. The Deutsche Welle Innovations Team took a very active role in the event. By Jochen Spangenberg, Deutsche Welle
DateWednesday, September 18th, 2013
The volume of digital information streams is constantly increasing. How can journalists keep track of an almost unmanageable flood of data without getting “lost in the jungle”?
Social media channels generate new information every minute every single day. Journalists not only have to monitor and research this information, but also separate out true important data from mere noise and misinformation or even fake content.
Come and join us at the Scoopcamp 2013 in Hamburg!
DateWednesday, August 28th, 2013
Tagsauthor: Kay Macquarrie, AXES, digital archives, digital journalism, event detection, information retrieval, online journalism, search techniques, social media
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