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10 February 2007

28 January 2007 media blog » Blog Archive » Personal Journalism

Personal Journalism is just as ethical as old-school public journalism. It still values facts, fairness, truth telling and good reporting. It’s just that personal journalism is written differently. It is written from one person, a person we can identify and identify with, for one person. The byline is more than a name under a headline in Personal Journalism. It is the persona and the personality. Personal journalists do more than report the story. They let us see at least a little about who they are, what they believe, what drives them and what they find important. If a personal journalist has a bias, we know it. That is part of the truth-telling tradition all journalists should endorse, but only personal journalists make it a practice. Personal Journalism is shareable because people like to share what has touched them in a direct, intimate way, be it a song, a video or a good story. Personal Journalists let other people help with the fact gathering or putting the facts in context, because Personal Journalism is part of a conversation, not a proprietary, walled garden. Personal journalists can be writers, recorders or picture takers, but for the sake of clarity, I’ve written the definition from a writer’s point of view. In the future, all journalists will be personal journalists. Within five to ten years, if you’re not a personal journalist, you will be out of work, and if your news organization hasn’t embraced personal journalism, it will be out of business. Well, that may be going a bit too far, because I’m not sure personal journalism is required of those who report for print or broadcast, but it is required of online journalists. So long as print survives, even in newsletters for the elderly and the elite, public journalism will survive. In the online world, personal journalism will be the only journalism people consistently seek.

23 January 2007

Social Media: Best practices when aggregating videos

The Social Media Podcast & Blog (formerly New Media Musings) is published by the Social Media Group LLC, a social media and video services company founded by JD Lasica. An open media evangelist and strategist, JD is: • co-founder of Ourmedia • author of Darknet, a book about the personal media revolution • a CNET Top 100 Media Blogger • a podcaster and video blogger • a dad

Journalistopia » Web sites for citizen journalism techniques, tutorials

A world for online journalists. Come all ye scribes, artists and innovators of the press.

20 January 2007

Journalisme collaboratif, incubation d’une nouvelle génération « ecosphere

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La nouvelle génération abandonne le mirage du “journalisme citoyen” pour assumer un journalisme participatif qui revendique l’encadrement éditorial et la participation. Avec celui du trio de Libération je compte au moins trois ou quatre projets de ce type en France...

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