Journalism 2.0
How to Survive and Thrive
A digital literacy guide for the information age

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Title

Journalism 2.0
How to Survive and Thrive
A digital literacy guide for the information age

Subject

A digital literacy guide for the information age

Description

In the first chapter of this book Mark Briggs covers the basic acronyms for internet elements that are becoming basic tools for digital reporting. In chapter two he goes on to discuss how news is becoming a conversation instead of a lecture.

Introduction: A Smooth Sea Never Made a Skilled Sailor

Chapter 1: FTP, MB, RSS, oh My!

Chapter 2: Web 2.0

Chapter 3: Tools and Toys

Chapter 4: New Reporting Methods

Chapter 5: How to Blog

Chapter 6: How to Report News for the Web

Chapter 7: Digital Audio and Podcsting

Chapter 8: Shooting and Managing Digital |Photos

Chapter 9: Shooting Video for News and Feature Stories

Chapter 10: Basic Video Editing

Chapter 11: Writing Scripts, Doing Voice-overs

Epilogue: Putting it All Together

Appendix: Script for Hurricane Family Feature

Creator

Mark Briggs

Source

J-Lab: The Institute for Interactive Journalism

Publisher

J-Lab: The Institute for Interactive Journalism

Date

2007

Contributor

Mark Briggs

Rights

Copyright 2007 by Mark Briggs
Released under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 2.5 license

Format

PDF - 2M - 132pp

Language

English

Collection

Citation

Mark Briggs, “Journalism 2.0 How to Survive and Thrive A digital literacy guide for the information age,” An Open Educational Resource Library, accessed October 20, 2018, http://ows.ettruck.com/items/show/116.

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