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PUBLIC MARKS from jlesage with tag participatoryjournalism

December 2006


by 1 other
links to knowledge sharing or knowledge management site; larger site is most comprehensive listing of web2.0 sites I have seen, organized into many categories; blogger is from Netherlands


film blog, wide range of interests

November 2006 Technology, blogs, the Internet and the media, from the Online News Association

by 3 others
a news site about cyberjournalism, with many resources, such as roundup links to most cyberjournalist sites; a phenomenon being embraced by many news organizations themselves

Open Source Radio Show

"Every time we have an idea for an hour of radio we post it to the site." Via blog viewers help build shows which air after research.

ZoneZero: from analog to digital photography

a large socially committed ejournal, edited by Pedro Meyer, one of the pioneers in digital photographic art; galleries, essays, investigations into image circulation and production within digital communication, especially the Internet

WWF - A way of life threatened by climate change

an audio/slideshow with native peoples of Alaska testifying to effects of climate change

SF Gate: Sex trafficking from South Korea to US

During their trip to South Korea, Chronicle reporter Meredith May and staff photographer Deanne Fitzmaurice found that while the public sex industry has slowed, parts of the business has gone underground and is still alive and well. Audio/slideshow in 4 p

October 2006

The Photography Channel

collection of audio/slideshows by skilled photographers, often in the context of photojournalism

Audio slide show: Bluegrass music's man of steel

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.

DIY Media Weblog

new blog as of Sept 06, good authors; participatory democracy in Internet communications

Pew Internet: Future of the Internet

well worth downloading and printing the 104 pp PDF document; the list of contributors alone is worth following up on; especially interesting on the inequalities and possibilities for repression

September 2006

Lens On Lebanon

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

August 2006

Brasscheck TV (not related to, except in spirit)

brilliant compilation of mostly YouTube clips of media about political issues that is censored or just not shown in the US; sign up for email notices about new postings

left media resources

left links to alternate analysis of current and historical events

July 2006

SCAN | journal of media arts culture ::

"the aesthetics and the political economy of media arts, as practised in both new and traditional media forms"; site is a little difficult to navigate, good theoretical articles with comprehensive bibliographies

On the Media NPR

by 1 other
progressive analysis of how mainstream press and TV is covering the news