links for 2007-03-28

By on Mar 28, 2007 in Uncategorized |

10 ideas for a successful multimedia radio strategy “…how news-based radio stations can rise to the challenges of multimedia convergence without overstretching finite resources…” (tags: ebu radio publicservicebroadcasting broadcasting journalism journalisttraining news2.0 strategy) My Powerpoint Presentation for the European Broacasting Union Conference in Geneva A copy of the powerpoint presentation that I’ll be giving along with Richard Fair on Thursday morning at Multimedia Meets Radio, a European Broadcasting Union conference in Geneva (tags: conference ebu geneva bbc bbcmanchesterblog bbcmanchester blogs...

links for 2007-03-27

By on Mar 27, 2007 in Uncategorized | 1 comment

Noodlepie: Graham plays street beat journo for the day as Le Pen comes to Toulouse Freelance journalist and blogger Graham Holliday hit the streets with his micromemo and camera to record the protests that met Le Pen when he visited Toulouse. Graham also Twittered… (tags: twitter journalisttraining journalism bloggingtechniques socialnetworking photojournalism...

journalism leaders forum (15 may in preston, uk)

By on Mar 26, 2007 in academic studies, BBC, blogging, blogging techniques, citizen journalism, conferences/events, journalism, newspapers |

I’ve been invited to speak, along with my BBC Manchester Blog colleague Richard Fair, at the 6th Journalism Leaders Forum will take place at the University of Central Lancashire on the 15th of May, 2007. According to the website, “The Forum convenes leaders – from editors and executives to leading journalists, consultants and academics – to examine local and global media challenges and explore a variety of perspectives.” If you can’t make it to Preston you’ll still be able to participate by watching a live video stream of the event and posting comments and questions on the Journalism Leaders Forum Blog. The Department of Journalism at the University of Central Lancashire is the oldest in England and will mark it’s 45th year in...

links for 2007-03-24

By on Mar 24, 2007 in Uncategorized |

enhancing journalism with story maps Got a story? Mash it up with a google or yahoo map to make it more compelling. (tags: maps news2.0 newspaperwebsites mashup journalismtraining howto journalism)

links for 2007-03-23

By on Mar 23, 2007 in Uncategorized |

How to: tame your RSS sources using Feed Rinse Another of John Thompson’s How-To’s that demystify the use and aggregation of RSS feeds for journalists. From (tags: rss aggregation journalisttraining howto) My Stanford CyberLaw Blog I’m a non-residential fellow at the Stanford Law School’s Center for Internet and Society (CIS CyberLaw) and have started pulling together some of the legal research I’ve been doing… (tags: internetlaw internetlibel defamation defamationlaw cyberlaw academic academicresearch fellowship) News groups confuse audience with community, says Kevin Anderson, Guardian blogs editor (tags: community onlinecommunity onlinecommunitymanagement guardian kevinanderson bloggingtechniques news2.0 newspaperwebsites newspaperblogs) PA to cover Budget via Twitter and Second Life (tags: twitter SocialSoftware socialnetworking secondlife pa news2.0 newspaperblogs) Podcasting and the Law A podcast about podcasting and law by Collette Vogel at Stanford Cyberlaw (tags: cyberlaw podcast citizenjournalism audio internetlaw law) AssignmentZero: Jay Rosen’s PressThink teams up with Wired A project bringing together journalists and web users to investigate and report on different stories (tags: jayrosen wired citizenjournalism usergeneratedcontent networkedjournalism collaborative) Grazr: Another web based RSS feed aggregator and widget maker thingy (tags: rss tools aggregation...