Twitter, moblogs, wikis, feeds, social bookmarks, tagging, IM, RSS, crowdsourcing, citjour – there’s no shortage of new tools and new ways to do journalism on the web. Everyone knows journalism is transforming – but to what? If you are feeling a little overwhelmed, check out “A Model for the 21st Century Newsroom.” It’s a terrific four-part piece written by Paul Bradshaw that synthesizes new online tools and concepts into a coherent Internet journalism process. Among his eye-catching suggestions: Stop visualizing news-telling as an inverted pyramid and think of it instead as a “news diamond” (see below) that incorporates speed, depth and user control.
A Model for the 21st Century Newsroom: Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, Part 4
|77 Bloor St. West, Suite 600, Toronto, ON M5S 1M2|
|Charitable Registration No. 132489212RR0001|
Founded in 1990, The Canadian Journalism Foundation promotes, celebrates and facilitates excellence in journalism. The foundation runs a prestigious awards and fellowships program featuring an industry gala where news leaders…
Ⓒ2022 The Canadian Journalism Foundation. All Rights Reserved.
powered by codepxl