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Freedom of Speech... at what cost?

The primary philosophical existence and sustainability of the news media is the concept of “freedom of speech.” The code of ethics of the Media, Entertainment and Arts Alliance… 1,807 more words

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TechRaking Berlin

On 30 April the Centre for Investigative Reporting staged its #TechRaking event in Berlin, together with Google News Lab and Correctiv. The aim of the day and format, launched in 2012: to “develop transformative ideas and solutions to challenges that communities have to face around the world – including those that specifically affect journalists in reporting news and information.” I thought I’d go along… and did. 255 more words

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The other revolution.

When the Boston Globe ran an editorial posing as a fake front page attacking Donald Trump, it may have started a conversation about a revolution. Not a political one, but one about the current state and future of journalism. 351 more words

“Investigative brand journalism”: the next level of sponsored content

By LAURA HAZARD OWEN  Source : Nieman Lab

In some ways, How to Solve a Murder is just an investigative online story with original art and interactives. 1,220 more words

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Journalism on the precipice

Journalists and media companies can  change or remain the same

It is a scary, albeit exciting, time to be a journalist. Seventy-one reporters were murdered last year for reporting the news. 403 more words

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It’s time for news organizations to embrace Creative Commons

By Melody Kramer , Source : poynter.org

Creative Commons licensing is a smart way to distribute local or national content when the goal is maximum impact, or an audience spreading word that your content exists. 1,795 more words

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Assessing The Impact Digital Age Has On Journalism

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Blandina K Malinzi

My desire for being a professional journalist is a discourse that I find unavoidable to share. Driven by the conventions of this discipline by my role models Christiane Amanpour, Anderson Cooper, and Oprah Winfrey today I continue to find out how the conventions are taking shape especially in this digital age. 1,653 more words