WTF – E MAIS DOIS BLOGS

O Technorati lançou uma ferramenta participativa interessante, na esteira das utilidades 2.0 da rede. Where’s the Fire? What’s Hot and Why é um serviço que funciona assim: quem tiver uma boa explicação sobre um assunto quente da rede ganha votos – e a melhor explicação sobre um determinado tema é destacada. Ou seja: se os blogs estão falando de windows vista e alguém escreve algo interessante sobre isso e recebe votos, ganha destaque. O título é bem auto-explicativo.

Essa eu soube pelo blog do criador do Technorati.
Aproveito para colocar dois links que pretendo investigar melhor:
Jornalismo e Comunicação
Intermezzo

STEVE OUTING

What advice would you give new web journalists?
Learn the technology. It’s not necessarily about picking up specific skills (how to use Flash MX – though that’s useful), but about understanding what’s possible with the technology, and being able to work with the technologists.

You are likely to be working in multiple platforms. Even if you think that you’re likely to be mostly a text journalist, pick up some broadcast skills for when that’s necessary to tell a story best. Learn how to take decent photographs – because even if that’s not ‘your job’ you still may find yourself with a photo phone or digital pocket camera in hand when something important has happened and there’s no staff photographer around. Learn to be versatile.

Recognise that there are new jobs out there. Naka Nathaniel of NYTimes.com is a great example. He’s a multimedia journalist who travels the globe producing some of the great multimedia features you see on that site. With a few digital tools in his backpack, he
photographs, does research and reporting, and produces while on the road. Recently, he created some great multimedia features while inside Iran, serving as Times columnist Nicholas Kristof’s sidekick and producing multimedia features that supplemented Kristof’s text columns.

Finally, recognise that journalism is changing – away from the we-tell-you model and toward being more of a conversation between journalist and readers. I’d urge new journalists to think more like Dan Gillmor, a newspaper columnist and blogger who says that his readers know more than he does. His journalism, while primarily him telling what he knows and has learned, is also heavily about interacting with and reacting to his readers. Read his upcoming book, ‘We Media’, too.

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JORNALISTAS DA WEB

É bacana e não tinha citado aqui ainda. Agora, não vi nada recente sobre infografia multimídia.

“Idealizado em 1999 e lançado em conjunto com uma lista de discussão homônima em fevereiro de 2000, época em que poucos viam a importância de um canal para tratar exclusivamente do tema, JW é hoje referência em jornalismo online em todo o Brasil.”

“Com o suporte de especialistas, JW pretende levar ao leitor, por meio de pequenas notas, as principais novidades dos cenários nacional e internacional de jornalismo digital e afins.”

Esse post me ajudará a lembrar de colocar nos meus links.


http://www.jornalistasdaweb.com.br

NOVOS TEMPOS, NOVOS PROCESSOS

Typical newspaper

  1. Reporter gathers information (takes notes)
  2. Photographer shoots photo
  3. Reporter writes article
  4. Photo editor chooses photo for publication
  5. Editor edits article
  6. Copy editor edits article
  7. Copy editor or designer places article on a print page
  8. Copy editor or designer places photo on a print page.
  9. Copy editor or designer writes headlines and photo captions
  10. Web editor or producer places article on a Web page
  11. Web producer places photo on a Web page
  12. Web producer writes blurb (teaser description from home page or section front)
  13. Web producer places article on home page or section front

Medill Chicago

  1. Reporter gathers information — text and photos
  2. Reporter writes article
  3. Reporter writes headline, caption and blurb (teaser description from Web home page or section front)
  4. Reporter places article and photo on a Web page
  5. Editor edits the article, including photo, caption and headline
  6. Web producer places article on home page or section front

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