J321 C Class Presentation 8_Evolution of Journalism & Challenges for the Future

J321 C Class Presentation 8_Evolution of Journalism & Challenges for the Future

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Unformatted text preview: Evolution of Journalism & Challenges Homero Gil de Zúñiga School of Journalism University of Texas - Austin Digital Era of Journalism Audience control Non-linearity Storage and retrieval Immediacy Multimedia Capabilities What are the challenges? Who is producing the site What is the content Is it accurate How often is updated Evolution of Journalism & Challenges Producing Online Journalism Utopians and Dystopians views on the Internet It is true the Internet may have the potential to Democratize information 1) Computer 2) Internet Journalism Content Majority of news Internet sites are associated to a print or broadcast journalism organization (aka Appendix Media) NYT CNN In recent years online operation disjoint from the media outlet they grew up from (Legacy Media). Now these media outlets provide extras Multimedia User Generated Content ( UGC ) Evolution of Journalism & Challenges Understanding the long tail of information...
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This note was uploaded on 10/02/2011 for the course J 321 C taught by Professor Gil de zuniga during the Fall '11 term at University of Texas.

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J321 C Class Presentation 8_Evolution of Journalism & Challenges for the Future

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