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State of Online Journalism July 27, 2007

Posted by Joanne KY Teoh in Journalism, Reviews.
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Online Journalism’s Paul Bradshaw has listed a dozen must-read blog posts on the subject. The list is reproduced below. What do you think? Please add yours to the list.

1. Overview of forms and possibilities of online journalism: Jonathan Dube’s Online Storytelling Forms

2. Incisive insights into journalistic potential of IT: Adrian Holovaty: A fundamental way newspaper sites need to change

3. Reflection on how online news environment changes journalism: Dan Gillmor’s The End of Objectivity (Version 0.91)

4. Reflection on journalism ethics in era of MySpace/Facebook/UGC: Robin Hamman’s posts virginia tech bloggers: approach and confirm or link and disclaim? and his coverage of a debate on virginia tech coverage

5. Sliding scale of ideas on involving audience: Steve Outing’s The 11 Layers of Citizen Journalism

6. Succinct explanation of moving from TV mindset to online video: Andy Dickinson: Moving from TV to Online

7. Tips when moving into video: Newslab’s Tips for Photographers

8. Possibilities of Flash for interactive storytelling, and experiences of its use: Mindy McAdams’ Flash journalism: Professional practice today

9. How to treat a story in multimedia: Mindy McAdams’ Journalism stories: A multimedia approach Parts 1, 2 and 3.

10. Conceptual exploration of interactive storytelling: The Elements of Digital Storytelling

11. For an overview of how wikis function What makes wikis work

12. To explore if blogging/wikis/databases/broccoli etc. is journalism: G. Stuart Adam’s Notes Towards a Definition of Journalism

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