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Bill Genereux

JMS to offer new digital media literacy course : School of Journalism & Media Studies - 22 views

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Mike Wesch

Political Freelancers Use Web to Join the Attack - - 0 views

  • Mr. Greenwald’s McCain videos, most of which portray the senator as contradicting himself in different settings, have been viewed more than five million times — more than Mr. McCain’s own campaign videos have been downloaded on YouTube.
  • Mr. Greenwald shows how technology has dispersed the power to shape campaign narratives, potentially upending the way American presidential campaigns are fought.
  • But in the 2008 race, the first in which campaigns are feeling the full force of the changes wrought by the Web, the most attention-grabbing attacks are increasingly coming from people outside the political world. In some cases they are amateurs operating with nothing but passion, a computer and a YouTube account, in other cases sophisticated media types with more elaborate resources but no campaign experience.
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  • empowering a new generation of largely unregulated political warriors who can affect the campaign dialogue faster and with more impact than the traditional opposition research shops.
  • Dan Carol, a strategist for Mr. Obama who was one of the young bulls on Bill Clinton’s vaunted rapid response team in 1992. “There’s just a lot of people who at a very low cost can do this stuff and don’t need a memo from HQ.”
  • But as is often the case with such videos, how many of the viewers come to sneer rather than applaud is hard to tell.
Mike Wesch

Newspapers and Thinking the Unthinkable « Clay Shirky - 0 views

  • With the old economics destroyed, organizational forms perfected for industrial production have to be replaced with structures optimized for digital data. It makes increasingly less sense even to talk about a publishing industry, because the core problem publishing solves — the incredible difficulty, complexity, and expense of making something available to the public — has stopped being a problem.
Mike Wesch

MediaShift . Farewell to the Tyranny of Reporters | PBS - 0 views

  • Another part of the change is the increasing realization that we can show what was hidden before. Instead of an interpretation of what someone meant, a writer can include a link that says effectively: "Here is the background material I used. Here is me interviewing the subject on a podcast or a video and here is precisely what he/she said. Here is the raw material out of which I constructed my dialectic, and you can decide whether I got the argument right or wrong based not on the power of my rhetoric but on the facts at hand."
Mike Wesch

MediaShift . NBC's Penguin Story Goes from Web to 'Nightly News' | PBS - 0 views

  • For Duffy, as for the other producers, editors and camerapeople who have tried it, walking on the "digital journalist" side has been exhilarating. The ability to totally control the assignment and embrace the full craft of storytelling is a refreshing change in what has become an almost assembly-line-like news production system of specialists.
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