Mark Briggs - Journalism Next: A Practical Guide to Digital Reporting and Publishing, 2nd editionDo you want to help build what's "next" for journalism? Then jump into Mark Briggs' proven guide for leveraging digital technology to do better journalism. The media landscape changes with such ferocious speed that as soon as new technologies gain a foothold, older ones become obsolete. To keep ahead and abreast of these ever-evolving tools and techniques, Journalism Next offers practical and timely guidance for both the seasoned professional looking to get up to speed and the digital native looking to root their tech know-how in real journalistic principles.Learn how to effectively blog, crowdsource, use mobile applications, mine databases, and expertly capture audio and video to report with immediacy, cultivate community, and tell compelling stories. Journalism Next is a quick read and roadmap you'll reference time and time again. Dive into any chapter and start mastering a new skill right away. And for today's journalist, who can afford to waste any time?
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About the Author
Mark Briggs is the author of “Journalism 2.0” and “Entrepreneurial Journalism” and maintains a widely read blog at www.journalism20.com/blog. He is a frequent speaker and presenter at journalism, media and technology conferences throughout the United States and overseas. He is currently the director of digital media at KING-TV in Seattle, and he previously served as assistant managing editor for Interactive News at The News Tribune in Tacoma, Wash., and as new-media director at The Herald in Everett, Wash. He earned journalism degrees from Gonzaga University and the University of North Carolina and was an adjunct professor at Seattle University from 2002 to 2006 and a Ford Fellow for Entrepreneurial Journalism at The Poynter Institute from 2010 to 2012.
Table of Contents
Foreword, by Jim BradyI. BASICS1. Introduction: Journalism is about people, not technology2. We are all digital workers now3. Blogging for Better Journalism4. Crowd-powered collaboration5. Microblogging and social media: Publish, distribute and connect6. Going mobileII. MULTIMEDIA7. Visual storytelling with photographs8. Making audio journalism visible9. Telling stories with videoIII. EDITING AND DECISION MAKING10. Data-driven journalism and digitizing your life11. Managing news as a conversation12. Building a digital audience for newsAppendix: Suggested Web resources