The Carnival of Journalism

The Carnival of Journalism is a site that asks a monthly question about the future of journalism (carnival.digitalnewsroom.org/). The project was started by David Cohn, formerly of Spot.us and now working with the new endeavor Circa. This month’s question is managed by a team of students at USC’s Annenberg School of Communication and Journalism led …

Measuring today′s news consumption

Rosellen Downey, Erika Johnson, and Bailey Brewer, University of Missouri: Through the lens: Visual framing of the Japan tsunami in U.S., British, and Chinese online media Share “ China had most visual coverage of Japanese tsunami, focused on humans, not landscape #ISOJ12 #ISOJ Zpycer Sat, Apr 21 2012 17:28:35 ReplyRetweet Share “ Blog: Japan tsunami …

From SEO to SMO: The increasing impact of social media on journalism

Share “ .@Cronkite_ASU’s @dangillmor: social media is a lot about reputation #ISOJ12 eleditor Sat, Apr 21 2012 16:16:27 ReplyRetweet Share “ Diversity, diversity, diversity. Diversity. Social media = Tell and Sell. #ISOJ12 #ISOJ Zpycer Sat, Apr 21 2012 16:16:27 ReplyRetweet Carmen Cano, digital managing editor, The Dallas Morning News Share “ In 1 sec 2 …

Experiential Newsrooms

Raju Narisetti, Managing Editor, Wall Street Journal Digital Network Share “ .@rajunarisetti “Our recent past, our present and our future lies in expanding digital audiences.” #isoj12 dskok Sat, Apr 21 2012 15:34:20 ReplyRetweet Share Journalist must not only report, but build interest in story @rajunarisetti #isoj12 twitpic.com/9ciqzv Jorge Salazar Sat, Apr 21 2012 15:34:20 ReplyRetweet …

New approaches in engaging with the news community

Angela M. Lee, University of Texas at Austin, and Seth C. Lewis, University of Minnesota: Audience preference and editorial judgment: a study of time-lagged influence in online news Share Angela Lee, grad student at UT Austin, discusses metrics to measure time lag and audience attention at #ISOJ12 yfrog.com/h635udanj kkaufhold Sat, Apr 21 2012 13:17:32 ReplyRetweet …

The New Narrative: How data is changing the way we tell stories online

Aron Pilhofer, The New York Times Share “ #ISOJ12 @pilhofer takes stage to talk about Big Data analysis. This is one of the most exciting new opportunities for journalists deilemberg Sat, Apr 21 2012 10:44:54 ReplyRetweet Share “ .@pilhofer says spreadsheets excite him. We need more people in journalism like that. #isoj12 robquig Sat, Apr …

Bob Metcalfe Keynote

Share “ #ISOJ12 journalists shouldn’t take disruption personally debgalant Sat, Apr 21 2012 10:36:06 ReplyRetweet Share “ Energy, education and healthcare are the next to be disrupted by the Internet, @BobMetcalfe says. #isoj12 robquig Sat, Apr 21 2012 10:36:06 ReplyRetweet Share “ @bobmetcalfe: How to monetize journalism,1) focus on third kind of content, 2) figure …

Innovation and entrepreneurialism

Share “ Next @MarkBriggs framing session on “#Innovation & #entrepreneurialism: Are #journalists & news orgs learning from tech #startups?” #ISOJ12 gregoryfoster Fri, Apr 20 2012 15:35:09 ReplyRetweet Share RT @kkaufhold: Mark Briggs, author of Entrepreneurial Journalism, talks about journalists and money at #ISOJ12 http://t.co/yE9TVoWw TexasTechToday Fri, Apr 20 2012 16:07:05 ReplyRetweet Share “ @markbriggs ‘If …