Looking to the future of journalism, might networked collaboration yield greater return?
Asking if journalism has effectively defined this yet, there may be more than one answer.
Posted by Jo Ellen Green Kaiser on August 8, 2013
Topics: Blog, Community Tags: Accountability, Analysis, Best Practices, Capacity, Civic Journalism, Collaboration, Community Engagement, Emerging Trends, Future of Journalism, Jo Ellen Green Kaiser, Media Consortium
Twitonomy offers detailed, visualized analytics about every aspect of your Twitter account with both free and premium content. Easily browse, search, filter, learn – iterate & repeat.
Posted by Journalism Accelerator on June 1, 2013
Topics: Resources, Technology Tags: Analysis, Analytics, Community Engagement, Data, Free Tools, Social Media, Tools, Tweets for Keeps, Twitter
Blending business skills into how the journalism gets done: how can the classroom throttle student success to drive real innovation into the new news market supply chain?
Posted by Lisa Skube on May 15, 2013
Topics: Blog, Education Tags: Academy, Analysis, Civic Engagement, Columbia University’s Graduate School of Journalism, Crowdsourcing, Digital Age, Digital Journalism, Education, Entrepreneurial Journalism, Evaluation, Future of Journalism, George S. Turnbull Portland Center, Innovation, Journalism Education, Journalism School, Journalism Students
What are the new mechanisms of sustainability, distribution and experience creation to serve an increasingly diversified news market?
Posted by Lisa Skube on May 3, 2013
Topics: Blog, Education Tags: Academy, Analysis, Civic Engagement, Crowdsourcing, Evaluation, Featured, George S. Turnbull Portland Center, Journalism Education
A reflection on nine pilot projects in collaborative journalism, highlighting what worked and what didn't. Key takeaways: Content sharing can work; revenue sharing "a tough nut to crack."
Posted by Journalism Accelerator on December 21, 2012
Topics: Experiments, Resources Tags: Analysis, Collaboration, Experimentation, Partnerships, Report, Research
Analysing journalism’s future through the lens of a needed restructuring. Targeted to help journalists, news organizations and groups outside the traditional news ecosystem move ahead to success.
Posted by Journalism Accelerator on December 7, 2012
Topics: Education, Resources Tags: Analysis, Digital Journalism, Future of Journalism, Report, Tow Center for Digital Journalism
Journos now need fluency in multimedia, data, entrepreneurship and social engagement. Use this report documenting the desire and payoff of training to build a professional development plan.
Posted by Journalism Accelerator on August 24, 2012
Topics: Craft, Education, Resources, Technology Tags: Analysis, Knight Foundation, Report, Reporting Tools, Training
How to tap into the powerful promise of social listening: Four essential steps and tools to support each that won’t break the bank.
Posted by Jacob Caggiano on June 4, 2012
Topics: Blog, Craft, Technology Tags: Analysis, Analytics, Community Engagement, CRM, Data, Emerging Trends, Free Tools, Metrics, Networks, Online Tools, Social Listening, Twitter
Exposure and a chance to innovate emerge as major collaboration benefits. Weigh against the challenges in this readout from the JA collaboration & revenue conversation.
Posted by Emily Harris on May 10, 2012
Topics: Blog, Community, Revenue Tags: Analysis, Audience Development, Business Models, Collaboration, Forum, Innovation, Revenue
“Counting cash to make change,” this Center for Responsive Politics site tracks money in U.S. politics, its impact on policy and people. Comprehensive, non-partisan data on election spending.
Posted by Journalism Accelerator on October 17, 2011
Topics: Craft, Policy, Resources Tags: Analysis, Campaign Finance, Center for Responsive Politics, Data, Elections, Investigative News Network, Lobbying, Opensecrets.org, Politics, Watchdog Reporting