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Oprah Winfrey leads Syracuse community in dedicating new facility | USA TODAY College - 0 views

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    "The facility is not about teaching people things that have been taught the last 50 years. It's about preparing them to open their minds to imagine what the next 50 years will be like, and making those things happen right here," says Dan Pacheco, Peter A. Horvitz Endowed Chair in Journalism Innovation at SU. "It is about people in the end, about giving them permission and support to think outside the box."
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How to Experience ONA14 Without Attending in Person | Mediashift | PBS - 1 views

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    "Dan Pacheco, chair of journalism innovation at Syracuse University, presented a session showing off the virtual reality display in the Midway. Gannett is using Oculus Rift head-mounted devices for experiments in explanatory journalism. The devices - which cover the top of one's head and face - don't make viewers seasick these days, and the visual experience is stunning."
Dan Pacheco

Newhouse Supports National News Engagement Day - 0 views

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    "... student journalists from the Newhouse School-who will discuss news engagement with people across campus; demos of Oculus Rift, 3D scanning, DJI Phantom drone and Google Glass with Dan Pacheco, chair of journalism innovation at the Newhouse School ..."
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Project Steps into Virtual Reality Storytelling | ONA14 Student Newsroom - 0 views

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    "Dan Pacheco, the journalism innovation chair at S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications, came on board this summer as Gannett Digital's innovator in residence to work on the project. There is huge potential for virtual reality experiences even outside journalism, he says.

    "When the next great Lexus car comes out or some kind of hybrid or even Tesla, these brands can begin to stop telling people about how cool their cars are. They're going to say, 'Jump inside. Take it for a virtual test drive.' People will do that," Pacheco said."
Dan Pacheco

Dedication day symposium explores the future of digital media | Newhouse School - Syrac... - 0 views

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    Newhouse official coverage of the Future of Digital Media panel that kicked off the Newhouse school's Dick Clark Studios and Alan Gerry Center for Media Innovation.
Dan Pacheco

Video: The Future of Digital Media panel, Newhouse Studio and Innovation Center Dedicat... - 0 views

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    Recorses livestream of the Future of Digital Media panel at the beginning of the dedication of the S.I. Newhouse School's Dick Clark Studios and Alan Gerry Media Innovation Center. Moderated by Professor Dan Pacheco, Horvitz Chair of Journalism Innovation. Panelists included Kristina Hahn of Google, Larry Hryb of Xbox Live, Mitch Gelman of Gannett Digital and Ed Wise of Turner and Funny or Die.
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Student, Professor Play Key Role in Groundbreaking Journalism Moment - 1 views

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    "Pacheco sees this as one part of a growing field of what he calls Experiential Media. Over the next decade, media will increasingly move into our environment, and we will move into media, Pacheco says. Your body itself, rather than a mouse, computer or phone, will increasingly become the primary mode of navigation through content. Pacheco brought an Oculus Rift to Gannett and helped the company locate a 360-degree photo team and 3D modeler from the gaming industry. The process of building the virtual reality farm included 2D photos and videos, which were then superimposed onto Google maps to recreate the scene. Pacheco says, 'It was like watching a pop-up book come to life.' "
Dan Pacheco

Oculus Rift could transform the way we view the news - The Washington Post - 0 views

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    "It's easy to see how something like the Oculus Rift could transform the news-reading experience - not just for traditional news-gathering organizations like The Des Moines Register, but also for just about any Silicon Valley tech company that produces a newsfeed. The very way we think about 'news' could change."
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News for the Minecraft generation: Gannett experiments with virtual reality | Poynter. - 0 views

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    'Syracuse University Professor Dan Pacheco, who worked as a consultant on the Gannett farm presentation, eventually sees a variety of other uses. He says virtual reality can transform travel reporting, allow journalists to recreate historic events, help science reporters illustrate potential sea level rise, and enable sports fans to "virtually attend" the World Cup or other marquee events.

    "This is an area of growth for anybody who's into storytelling," Pacheco said in a phone interview. "This is an opportunity to move from storytelling to story experiences."

    Pacheco also sees revenue opportunities in the technology through product placements and other kinds of new virtual ads. That's not a small consideration for a company like Gannett, which has seen a steady drop in print advertising revenue, recently completed another round of newsroom layoffs, and plans to split its digital and broadcasting divisions from its financially troubled newspaper business next year.'
Dan Pacheco

4 Ways to Use Drones for Good (None of Which Is Amazon Delivery) - 0 views

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    Professor Dan Pacheco's list of journalistic uses of drones includes "documenting the aftermath of tornadoes and other natural disasters (something Little Rock, Arkansas, station KATV did in April); providing an overhead view of such widespread environmental issues as pine-beetle infestation in his former state of Colorado; and gathering aerial footage of outdoor gatherings and travel destinations."
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The Real Correlation Between Media and Entrepreneurship: Programs at SU Bring Everythin... - 0 views

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    "Last year, I had the opportunity to take a course called "The Next News Startup," a class that was taught by Dan Pacheco, the Chair of Journalism Innovation at Newhouse. The class taught students how to think about the future of the news industry as well as work on our own media startups. Our goal was to reach readers/viewers over mobile phones, tablets, the web and various digital platforms; one student used 3D Printing to create fishing lures and another created a website to promote diversity in the workplace. Pacheco was ultimately running a 'mini accelerator.' While the course was challenging at times, it was one of my favorite college courses. I never felt as if I were in a real class, but instead I was a growing a business while pitching, getting feedback from other students, Skyping with experts, and learning the "ins and outs" of how to create a business concept."
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Drones and the First Amendment: Q&A with Dan Pacheco of Syracuse University's Newhouse ... - 0 views

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    The chairman of journalism innovation at Syracuse -- and a drone owner himself -- discusses the issues raised by the FAA's blanket ban on the commercial use of drones.
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    The chairman of journalism innovation at Syracuse -- and a drone owner himself -- discusses the issues raised by the FAA's blanket ban on the commercial use of drones.
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Highlights from Professor Pacheco's Participation in Chancellor Syverud's Academic Symp... - 1 views

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    Professor Pacheco was invited to speak on a panel about "Great Universities" in the future. You can see highlights from the panel on YouTube.
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PTCVoice: How Universities Are Adapting To The Internet Of Things Revolution - Forbes - 0 views

  • Also at Syracuse, Dan Pacheco, a chair in journalism innovation in the S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications, teaches a tech for new media course. He’s working with students on using Arduino microcontrollers and sensors to “measure everything from air quality to temperature,” he says. “When you connect the Arduino to the Internet, it can upload data to a database so that others can see it and compare to their own data. These citizen sensor networks provide an alternative to government-reported data sources,” he says.
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    Dan Pacheco, a chair in journalism innovation in the S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications, teaches a tech for new media course. He's working with students on using Arduino microcontrollers and sensors to "measure everything from air quality to temperature," he says. "When you connect the Arduino to the Internet, it can upload data to a database so that others can see it and compare to their own data. These citizen sensor networks provide an alternative to government-reported data sources," he says.
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Boeheim steals show at Syracuse University symposium about "Great universities" | syrac... - 1 views

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    "Dan Pacheco, professor of journalism innovation - 'It's important for us to disrupt ourselves. If we don't do it, others will.' "
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Professor Dan Pacheco to participate in Chancellor's Inauguration Symposium | Newhouse ... - 0 views

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    Newhouse site story about participation in Chancellor's inauguration panel on the future of the university.
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Technology enhances virtual reality experience - Time Warner Cable News - 0 views

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    4/5/2014 Time Warner Cable News interview about using the Oculus Rift for immersive journalism and storytelling.
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