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September 07, 2008
Blogging and the Media
This posting is a developing collection of links to web articles plus a bibliography of things to do with blogging and journalism. It also contains links to stories about new media journalism courses.
A good example of a reasonably successful British Media company using blogging as its medium is Shiny Media. They originated as a small group of freelance jornalists who wanted to expolit the opportunites the web has to offer.
Audit Bureau of Circulation (ABC) on the importance of correct metrics for the internet. The article questions the figures of the Daily Telegraph concerning its number of hits.
Guardian media blogger and former Daily Mirror editor Roy Greenslade is quitting the National Union of Journalists (NUJ), because of the organisation's attitude towards new media. Report by Laura Oliver
Birmingham Post has moved to a web-first news strategy. (February 2008)
From YouTube to YouNiversity. Henry Jenkins CMS director at MIT. Useful article on the growth of comparative media studies
A Blogging Assignment for All Journalists. Online Centre for Media Studies
Guardian Guide to the World's 50 Most Powerful Blogs. There is nothing on the methods used to establish the claims to this. no measurement of numbers but the comments indicatre influences which are of course hard to measure.
Mindy McAdams. Rethinking the Education of Journalists. Although not directly related to things digitalit offers some wise advice when coosing what to do alongside journalism at degree level.
What Makes a Weblog a Weblog? Harvard Weblogs
New Rules of Media. OCMS (March 2008)
Jenkins, Henry. Convergence Culture: Where Old and New Media Collide
describes a world where every story, image, sound, brand, and relationship plays itself out across the widest possible array of media platforms, and where the flow of media content is shaped as much by decisions made in teenagers' bedrooms as it is by decisions made in corporate boardrooms.