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PUBLIC MARKS with tag journalism

November 2006

October 2006

Video Journal ::

by jlesage
Colin Mulvany makes audio/slideshows of daily life in Spokane; textured soundscapes and good interpersonal photographic style characterize his work.

Audio slide show: Bluegrass music's man of steel

by jlesage
example of how to incorporate personal history, music, and slides in portrait of dobro player and singer; also shows effectiveness of short, under three minute, audio slide show documentaries.


by jlesage & 2 others
low cost software to create your own simple audio/slideshow for the web

Brenda Ann Kenneally

by jlesage & 1 other
wonderful photo essays with audio documentary narrations

Brenda Ann Keneally: Pictures of my Neighborhood

by jlesage
powerful documentary photographs with audio documentary portraits; life in a poor urban neighborhood

The Media and Communications Studies Site

by jlesage
gateway to media information, including narratology, listed under textual analysis

September 2006

Think Progress

by jlesage & 6 others
left news and reports, well written, has newsletter to send via email daily


by jas9 (via)
Citizenbay is a city centered citizen journalism project that will pay users whose contributions are voted the ten best by readers each day in 60 cities around the US and France.

Lens On Lebanon

by jlesage
"documentary material, photo narratives, and video diaries of daily life conceived, produced, and contributed by residents of Lebanon"

August 2006

Watching America

by jlesage & 1 other
translated news from non-English sites

The Observer | Review | Websites that changed the world

by jlesage & 3 others
has interesting information about founding and use of favorite websites; good classroom handout

苦勞網/ Coolloud

by KarlMarx & 1 other (via)
An information center for all kinds of progressive movements in Taiwan.

Interactive Narratives

by jlesage & 4 others
contemporary interactive image-audio sites, many from the news or cultural venues like concerts or museums

Docu-Blog/Steve's POV: J School Dean takes on Bloggers. Why?

by HK
Nick Leamon - the Dean of the Columbia School of Journalism - came out swinging with a barbed criticism of Bloggers in the New Yorker last week titled "Journalism without Journalists."