Engaged Reading Digest: revisiting old community connections Paid Members Public
Flickr, LinkedIn, community management? It's like 2008, all over again!
After Christchurch: how do we curtail the spread of video from atrocities? Paid Members Public
The Christchurch attack was a terrorist event for the social media age. We need to address this situation on multiple levels to minimise the harm done.
Facebook Live is looking rather unwell Paid Members Public
Facebook Live is beginning to look undead [https://www.cjr.org/tow_center/facebook-live-over-as-payments-end.php]: > The number of Facebook Live videos produced by paid partners more than halved by the end of 2017—and in one case fell by as much as 94 percent—as once guaranteed payments ended and
Liveblogs! On a Podcast! Paid Members Public
Rachel from journalism.co.uk was kind enough to interview me for a podcast on the fine and ancient art of liveblogging [http://blogs.journalism.co.uk/2012/08/24/podcast-real-time-reporting-liveblogging-lessons-for-digital-journalists/] , alongside such luminaries as Neil Macdonald and Josh Halliday of something called “The Guardian“, which is some sort of
Life in the livestream; liveblogging and the news cycle - #newsrw Paid Members Public
[http://ow.ly/i/LEwb] How are news organisations dealing with stream publishing? Kathryn Corrick directs the flow… Jason Mills, editor, web for ITV News: the ITV site is built on a stream. it shows that you don’t have to be a station to have a news channel. Raju
Le Web: First Impressions Paid Members Public
[https://i2.wp.com/www.onemanandhisblog.com/content/images/2011/12/leweb11.jpg] Once again I’m in Paris for the annual Le Web conference – my sixth, in fact. I’m part of the official blogger programme, and here’s a few of my impressions as I wondered around behind