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Ten questions
radio
czech
questions
peter
duhan
Posted by Amelie Rossignol May 27, 2014
"I believe that the number of listeners will grow because in my opinion people will start to realize more and more just how important public service media are in their lives." P. Duhan, Director General, Czech Radio Peter Duhan has been Director Read more
Journalism Now
eu
yle
european_union
election
mtv3
zef
votingaid
wahl-o-mat
stemwijzer
Posted by Mike Mullane Jan 06, 2014
The north-east corner of London's Hyde Park is famous for Speakers' Corner, where open-air public speaking, debate and discussion have been taking place since the nineteenth century. Over the decades, a wide variety of activists have stood on... Read more
Journalism Now
eurovision
london
bbc
journalism
transparency
accountability
Posted by Charlie BECKETT Dec 20, 2013
Professor Charlie Beckett is the director of Polis. He is a former journalist with the BBC and ITN’s Channel 4 News. He has been working with the EBU on the Vision2020 project.   Our conference in 2013 on ‘Trust in Journalism’ was Read more
Media Now
katharina_sand
fashion
disruption
Posted by Nicoletta Iacobacci Nov 28, 2013
Katharina is a multi-talented woman who spends hours researching, studying and learning and has a vivid concept of what challenges creativity will face in the future.   She is an expert in fashion and trends in wearable devices and very active... Read more
Media Now
tedxtransmedia
simon_cohen
Posted by Nicoletta Iacobacci Nov 20, 2013
Simon is a social commentator, national broadcaster and media ethics champion.   He studied theology and after spending three years in advertising, he founded - at just 24 years of age - the socially driven communications agency Global Tolerance. Read more
Journalism Now
news
journalism
insi
news_safety
Posted by HANNAH STORM Nov 13, 2013
My daughter plays a journalist in her school class assembly this week. It’s a role that she’s very excited to have.   As the ‘Pudding Lane reporter’ covering the aftermath of the 1666 Great Fire of London, she’s been Read more
Media Now
technology
tedxtransmedia
education
federico_pistono
singularity
robots
Posted by Nicoletta Iacobacci Nov 11, 2013
We contacted Federico after reading a post on his blog. We don’t recall the online journey that brought us to his site but we remember vividly that we were really captivated by his passion for creating a sustainable civilization, and by his... Read more
Journalism Now
ebu
report
journalism
lse
polis
fellowship
Posted by Mike Mullane Oct 29, 2013
What impact is media change having on the editorial, ethical and/or political aspects of journalism? If you are a journalist in an EBU Member organisation and would like to carry out original research, applications are now open for the second... Read more
Media Now
tedxtransmedia
hacker
keren_elazari
Posted by Nicoletta Iacobacci Oct 28, 2013
Keren Elazari is an emerging star in the speaker ecosystem. I had been chasing Keren for some time, but unfortunately I never had an opportunity to watch her in action. In the end, in order to meet her and hear her presentation I decided to... Read more
Journalism Now
journalism
quality
corriere_della_sera
Posted by Ferruccio de Bortoli Sep 25, 2013
Ferruccio de Bortoli is the editor of the Corriere della Sera. He recently took part in the first EBU-Prix Italia Journalism Summit.     Publishers are struggling to survive in an age when information technologies have revolutionized the press Read more
Journalism Now
journalism
summit
trust
prix_italia
Posted by Mike Mullane Sep 22, 2013
What do banks and public service media (PSM) have in common? According to the RAI President, Anna Maria Tarantola, both are built on a relationship of trust.   Mrs Tarantola, who joined RAI from the Bank of Italy, was speaking in Turin, at the Read more
Journalism Now
Media Now
radio
sport
social_media
television
rights
telecom
newspapers
Posted by Mike Mullane Sep 13, 2013
The educational value of sport and the important role it plays in social cohesion make it a fundamental component of public service broadcasting. It is no surprise then that Public Service Media (PSM) are determined to keep broadcast rights... Read more
Journalism Now
syria
wikileaks
snowden
guardian
greenwald
miranda
assange
Posted by Hans Laroes Aug 29, 2013
Hans Laroes is a former Editor-in-Chief of the Dutch public service broadcaster NOS. He is currently coordinating work at the EBU on public service values and editorial guidelines. The views expressed are personal. Leave comments below or visit... Read more
Journalism Now
social_media
bbc
swedish_radio
buzzfeed
social_sharing
Posted by Mike Mullane Aug 16, 2013
What can public service media learn from Buzzfeed and what can the world’s fastest growing social news site learn from them? Since its launch in 2006, Buzzfeed has earned kudos and dollars by growing to over 40 million unique visitors a month. Read more
Journalism Now
statistics
forecast
prediction
big_data
Posted by Mike Mullane Aug 09, 2013
The American sport broadcaster, ESPN, has signaled its intent to become a major player in ‘big data’ journalism by luring the country’s most famous statistician away from his job at The New York Times. Nate Silver’s defection to Read more
Journalism Now
Ten questions
bbc
journalism
tenquestions
richard_sambrook
cardiff
Posted by Mike Mullane Aug 09, 2013
Richard Sambrook is Professor and Director of the Centre for Journalism at Cardiff University - the UK's oldest journalism school. He was Vice President of the EBU from 2006 to 2009.   Professor Sambrook spent 30 years at the BBC including a Read more
Journalism Now
radio
online
television
news_consumption
digital_news
Posted by Mike Mullane Jul 09, 2013
There is no such thing as one size fits all in journalism.  That is a key finding of a recent survey from Reuter’s Institute for the Study of Journalism and in a way it underlines the magnitude of the challenge facing the experts working on Read more
Journalism Now
innovation
journalism
hackathon
Posted by Hans Laroes Jul 01, 2013
Some journalists are of course innovative, but I do not have the feeling that the need for innovation is perceived as something really urgent within the profession. The big changes of the last 10 years have come from the outside world, from... Read more
Media Now
radio
internet
news
television
vision2020
trends
Posted by Mike Mullane Jun 25, 2013
Public service media did not have many competitors in the past because the barriers to entry were formidable. Then, digital broadcasting brought in a small number of new players, before the disruptive power of the internet opened the floodgates... Read more
radio
dab+
dab
rte
internet_radio
isp
telco
Posted by John Paul Coakley Jun 19, 2013
John Paul Coakley is Director of Operations at RTÉ radio and Vice-chairman of the New Radio Group.     There was a time when television was new and radio faced extinction from pictures that talked. In the 1950s, the biggest radio Read more
Journalism Now
ert
journalism
media_freedom
Posted by Mike Mullane Jun 13, 2013
The EBU President Jean-Paul Philippot, who is also Director General of Belgian broadcaster RTBF, has condemned the Greek government’s shutdown of public service broadcaster ERT. The following quotes are from an interview on RTBF television:... Read more
radio
news
audience
bbc
journalism
youth
newsbeat
Posted by Rob Freeman Jun 11, 2013
Robert Freeman is a social media specialist with the BBC College of Journalism. Robert was Head of Multimedia at The Press Association and Head of Video at The Guardian, as well as a member of BBC News Online's original launch team.     About Read more
Journalism Now
Ten questions
news
sport
tenquestions
rte
Posted by Mike Mullane Jun 10, 2013
Glen Killane is Managing Director of RTE Television. He is 41 year's old and a native of Dublin.   Having studied English literature at Trinity College Dublin and taking an MA in Journalism in Dublin City University he joined RTE as a sports... Read more
Journalism Now
video
online
television
multimedia
first
nos
Posted by Gerard Van Den Broek Jun 06, 2013
Gerard van den Broek is Foreign Editor and Project Leader of Video First at the Dutch public service broadcaster NOS.   We finally launched our Video First pilot on April 30, the day our new King sat on his throne for the first time. We hope... Read more
Media Now
radio
online
audience
television
future_media
linear_tv
on-demand
Posted by Mike Mullane Jun 06, 2013
We have been asking experts from across all media sectors how they believe radio, television and online will develop over the next 10 years. You can read more expert opinions here.   Are we heading towards a fully converged, networked ecosystem?... Read more
Journalism Now
wikileaks
bradley_manning
whistleblower
Posted by Hans Laroes Jun 04, 2013
This week, the US soldier Bradley Manning has gone on trial accused of delivering hundreds of thousands of classified US government documents to Wikileaks. He has already pleaded guilty to the charge of transmitting digital information to Wikileaks. Read more
Media Now
psm
social_media
lego
community_strategy
Posted by Nicoletta Iacobacci Jun 01, 2013
    LEGO is considered one of the strongest brands in the world. Last year, at TEDx Transmedia we invited Peter Espersen, Head of Community Co-creation (Global) and digital innovator with more than 10 years experience in the entertainment and Read more
Journalism Now
Ten questions
bbc
rai
tenquestions
aljazeera
barbara_serra
Posted by Mike Mullane May 30, 2013
Barbara Serra is a news presenter and correspondent with Al Jazeera English. She anchors the main news programmes from Al Jazeera’s London broadcast centre and has also reported extensively from across Europe and the Middle East.   She Read more
Journalism Now
video
ethics
terrorism
itv
woolwich
Posted by Mike Mullane May 24, 2013
What are the ethical responsibilities of public service journalists covering events as dramatic and disturbing as the recent attack in the London suburb of Woolwich, in which a man was hacked to death? ITV’s decision to broadcast pictures of... Read more
Journalism Now
Media Now
Pick of the week
journalism
pick_of_the_week
Posted by Mike Mullane May 20, 2013
Our 'Pick of the week' is a selection of informative, thought-provoking or controversial articles about trends in media and journalism. If you are a community member, please log in and use the comments field to suggest links for further reading.... Read more
Media Now
Ten questions
radio
worlddmb
dab
digital_radio
jorn_jensen
Posted by Mike Mullane May 15, 2013
Jørn Jensen is best known outside his native Norway as President of the WorlDMB Forum, but he also works for the Norwegian public service broadcaster, NRK, whom he joined in 1986 after a 10 year career as a musician.  Jorn initially made radio Read more
Journalism Now
radio
news
newsroom
rai
journalism
current_affairs
integration
Posted by Vittorio Argento May 13, 2013
"Nihil sub sole novi," is Latin for "There is nothing new under the sun." RAI's early morning current affairs show 'Prima di tutto' (in English, 'First of all') is not a revolution in radio broadcasting because I don’t think it’s possible to Read more
broadcasting
internet
development
media_strategy
net_neutrality
flatrate
Posted by Werner Bleisteiner May 02, 2013
A heated discussion has broken out in Germany after Telekom announced that starting in May new DSL contracts will contain speed limits. If new customers in the slowest category "up to 16Mbit/s" reach a maximum of 75 GB transfer volume, they... Read more
Journalism Now
social_media
social_media_guidelines
Posted by Christian Gillinger Apr 30, 2013
Swedish Radio has identified 12 editorial priorities. The first of them, which is about using social media and interactivity, reads: "Develop Journalism 3.0 and the relationship with the audiences. Social media is here to help us strengthen... Read more
Journalism Now
journalism
psm_values
editorial_principles
Posted by Mike Mullane Apr 29, 2013
Eurovision Media Strategy has taken part in a prestigious media event in Perugia at the kind invitation of the Italian city’s international journalism festival. I was privileged to chair a panel discussion between Eurovision’s Nicoletta Read more
Media Now
change
media
baricco
barbarians
paradigm_shifts
Posted by Nicoletta Iacobacci Apr 29, 2013
Alessandro Baricco is a popular Italian writer, essayist, music critic, director and performer. His books have been translated into a wide number of languages and few weeks ago Claudio Cappon, former RAI’s director general and EBU vice president, Read more
Media Now
radio
television
crowdsourcing
hacker
beta_strategy
amazon
Posted by Mike Mullane Apr 24, 2013
Amazon has announced that it will use the power of the crowd to decide which of 14 pilot TV shows will be made into full series. Viewers will be asked to express their preferences on the Amazon.com and Lovefilm websites.   It is the latest example Read more
Media Now
sport
television
yle
format
youth
women
Posted by Jere Nurminen Apr 18, 2013
Jere Nurminen is a YLE Sports producer     Losing expensive sports rights can sometimes kindle new opportunities. YLE experienced this in 2011 when the company lost the Ice Hockey World Championship rights to the commercial company, Read more
Journalism Now
audience
social_media
twitter
facebook
Posted by Claire Wardle Apr 11, 2013
It’s 2013, and we’ve moved past the point where broadcasters need to be convinced that they should have a presence on social media. However, we now have another problem, broadcasters with many different accounts on many different platforms, Read more
Journalism Now
social_media
bbc
journalism
vision2020
swedish_radio
trust
ugc
polistrust
polistrust
Posted by Mike Mullane Apr 09, 2013
How do you maintain and build trust in your journalism? That was the question put to the EBU Vision 2020 Project Manager, Ruurd Bierman, Swedish Radio’s Director-General Cilla Benkö, and the Assistant Editor of the BBC News UGC and social Read more
radio
social_media
twitter
facebook
digital_cultural_sphere
new_media_platforms
Posted by Tiziano Bonini Mar 27, 2013
Tiziano Bonini is an award winning writer and producer who has worked for public service radio in Italy and Switzerland. He is currently Head of Radio Studies at the IULM University in Milan.   I would like to introduce myself by sharing  with Read more
Media Now
Ten questions
radio
tenquestions
audioboo
mark_rock
Posted by Mike Mullane Mar 22, 2013
Mark Rock is the founder of Audioboo.fm, the social way to share your voice, narratives, stories and news. His previous startup, PlayJam, was an interactive TV games Channel on Sky, cable, TPS, Canal+ in France and EchoStar in the US. It was... Read more
Media Now
radio
internet
audience
television
future_media
Posted by Mike Mullane Mar 15, 2013
The media landscape is undergoing major and profound changes as opportunities increase not only for creating and distributing programmes, but also for content-makers to interact with listeners, readers and viewers. How will the changes affect... Read more
Media Now
Ten questions
radio
dab+
australia
digital_radio
commercial_radio
Posted by Mike Mullane Mar 14, 2013
Joan Warner is the Chief Executive Officer of Commercial Radio Australia which represents 99 per cent of all commercial radio broadcasters in Australia. Ms. Warner was responsible for the planning, rollout and implementation of DAB+ digital... Read more
Journalism Now
video
first
nos
now
digitalize
Posted by Gerard Van Den Broek Feb 27, 2013
Gerard van den Broek is Foreign Editor and Project Leader of Video First at the Dutch public service broadcaster NOS.   NOS News is in the middle of transforming itself into a more online newsroom. Since last year, when we launched an 'Internet Read more
Media Now
radio
digital
social_media
future
Posted by Davide Moro Feb 22, 2013
The writer is a journalist, manager and broadcasting consultant based in Italy.   I was never that interested in mobile apps until I noticed an old fashioned Phd Engineer, who I had thought was immune to digital modernity, accessing his home Read more
conference
journalism
2013
lse
polis
trust
Posted by Charlie BECKETT Feb 17, 2013
Professor Charlie Beckett is the director of Polis. He is a former journalist with the BBC and ITN’s Channel 4 News. He is currently working with the EBU on the Vision 2020 project.   At a time when media people across Europe are thinking Read more
Journalism Now
eurovision
news
news_exchange
journalism
pope
Posted by Sam Dubberley Feb 15, 2013
“We need to get the pictures out to the Members now”. That’s the second thought that goes through the Eurovision News Exchange newsdesk’s collective heads when a breaking news story – such as February’s shock Read more
Journalism Now
Ten questions
journalism
storyful
tenquestions
mark_little
Posted by Mike Mullane Feb 11, 2013
Mark Little is an Irish journalist, television presenter, author and founder of the social media start-up, Storyful. He presented Prime Time for RTÉ until December 2009, when he took a year of leave of absence to pursue a project centred around Read more
Ten questions
journalism
tenquestions
solana
larsen
global_voices
Posted by Mike Mullane Feb 01, 2013
Solana Larsen is the managing editor of Global Voices Online, an internationally renowned community of bloggers and digital activists who report on online citizen media and free speech around the world, with translations in more than 20 languages.... Read more
Multimedia
npo
vision2020
sound
bierman
hagoort
Posted by Mike Mullane Jan 25, 2013
Ruurd Bierman is heading an ambitious project at the EBU to explore the likely impact of technology, society and politics on public service media over the next decade. Here Ruurd interviews the chairman of the Dutch public service broadcasting... Read more
Journalism Now
news
journalism
2013
Posted by Annika Nyberg Jan 16, 2013
For the fourth time the website Journalism. co.uk has published a list of the 10 things every journalist should know: The first list was published in 2009, then in 2010, 2012 and the last one this year.   We all know that it is quite interesting... Read more
Journalism Now
Multimedia
video
internet
news
journalism
video_first
nos
Posted by Gerard Van Den Broek Jan 11, 2013
I am the project manager of Video First for NOS News in the Netherlands. But what exactly is that?   Every news broadcaster in the world fights for his existence, struggling with budget cuts, political headwinds, and distrust from audiences.... Read more
Ten questions
journalism
tenquestions
dw
Posted by Mike Mullane Jan 08, 2013
Guido Baumhauer has been Deutsche Welle’s Director of Strategy, Marketing and Distribution since 2006, and is recognised as one of the world's top experts on broadband and pay TV.   Guido began his career as a newspaper and TV reporter in his Read more
transmedia
journalism
nyt
snow_fall
Posted by Amelie Rossignol Jan 07, 2013
If you are interested in digital storytelling or web design and still haven't seen the New York Times' "Snow Fall" feature, you're missing something awesome… so better late than never! "Snow Fall" pushes the boundaries on how to tell stories... Read more
Pick of the week
social_media
journalism
digital_radio
media_trends
social_tv
second_screen
pick_of_the_week
Posted by Mike Mullane Dec 21, 2012
We hope you enjoy our seasonal selection of articles about media and journalism from EBUZZ.   Media 2020 Awaken the cyborg in you Broadcasting and binaural sound Transmedia arrives at the BAFTA! The hacker way: A beta strategy for broadcasters Read more
Ten questions
music
radio
tenquestions
future_media
steve_pratt
cbc
Posted by Mike Mullane Dec 19, 2012
Steve Pratt is the Director of Digital Music for CBC, including CBC Music, the home of music at Canada's public broadcaster. CBC Music is designed for Canadian music fans, offering a choice of 50 free web radio stations, 12 genre-based online Read more
Media Now
radio
facebook
hacker
npr
beta_strategy
media_now
Posted by Mike Mullane Dec 17, 2012
The internet is changing society and human behaviour in fundamental ways. Even the English language is not immune from the effects of online culture.   In media, the internet has transformed not only the way that we distribute content, but also... Read more
Media Now
transmedia
storytelling
bafta
pitching
media_now
Posted by Nicoletta Iacobacci Dec 13, 2012
Last week I was invited to be one of the jurors at Pitch Up! at BAFTA, a crossmedia/transmedia pitching session taking place in the home of the famous British Academy of Film and Television Arts (BAFTA), an organization which supports, promotes... Read more
Media Now
media
cyborg
ted
media_now
Posted by Nicoletta Iacobacci Dec 11, 2012
A few months ago, at TED Global, I met my first cyborg, Neil Harbisson. Born in Northern Ireland and raised in Catalonia, Neil is a contemporary artist, composer, and cyborg activist who is best known for his self-extended capacity to perceive... Read more
Ten questions
media
internet
tenquestions
future
ben_hammersley
Posted by Mike Mullane Dec 10, 2012
Ben Hammersley is a contributing editor of WIRED magazine, a broadcaster on BBC radio, author of 5 books, the latest of which, 64 Things You Need To Know Now For Then is published internationally in hardback. He is innovator-in-residence at... Read more
Ten questions
radio
journalism
tenquestions
future_media
cilla_benko
sr
sverigesradio
swedish
Posted by Mike Mullane Dec 04, 2012
Cilla Benkö is Director General of Swedish Radio and a member of the EBU's Executive Board. She took up her appointment as Director General in October 2012, after sharing the responsibility of running one of the EBU's most dynamic and innovative Read more
Media Now
tv
media_trends
media_engagement
epg
red_bee
tomorrow_calling
media_now
Posted by Mike Mullane Nov 30, 2012
In 1992, Bruce Springsteen complained about 57 channels and nothin' on. Twenty years later, there are nearly  700 channels in the UK alone, but according to research by Red Bee Media, 41 per cent of British viewers still grumble that there is Read more
Ten questions
sport
journalism
tenquestions
anthony_edgar
ioc
future_media
Posted by Mike Mullane Nov 26, 2012
Anthony Edgar started his media career in newspapers with News Limited, Australia, in 1984 and went on to work with numerous lifestyle, sport and youth magazines, including Playboy, Marketing Magazine, Tracks, Waves and Volleyball Magazine.... Read more
Pick of the week
journalism
pick_of_the_week
international_broadcasting
Posted by Mike Mullane Nov 23, 2012
Welcome to our fourth selection of thought-provoking articles about media and journalism. If you are a community member and logged in, please remember to use the comments field to suggest links for further reading.   You can also browse our... Read more
Media Now
Multimedia
radio
binaural
sound
media_now
Posted by Matthew Trustram Nov 22, 2012
As anyone who's ever been stalked by a lion will tell you, the human sense of hearing has a rather remarkable ability to accurately locate the sound of a snapped twig or a paw trampling dried leaves.   For those of us lucky enough never to have Read more
Media Now
radio
swedish_radio
rtvslo
blue_monkey
media_now
Posted by Mike Mullane Nov 21, 2012
I am not sure if the Jesuits ever really said, "Give me the child for his first seven years, and I’ll give you the man," but the premise is a simple one - catch them young.  The same thinking is behind Swedish Radio's Blue Monkey (also known Read more
Ten questions
journalism
lse
polis
tenquestions
charlie_beckett
Posted by Mike Mullane Nov 19, 2012
Charlie Beckett is the founding director of Polis, the London School of Economics' international journalism think-tank. He is also Head of the Department of Media and Communications.   Before joining Polis, Charlie was an award-winning filmmaker Read more
Pick of the week
tv
radio
journalism
digital_radio
media_trends
broadcast_sport
pick_of_the_week
Posted by Mike Mullane Nov 16, 2012
Welcome to our third weekly selection of thought-provoking articles about media and journalism. If you are a community member and logged in, please remember to use the comments field to suggest links for further reading.   You can also browse... Read more
Journalism Now
journalism
fact_checking
storyful
newsxchange
Posted by Mike Mullane Nov 14, 2012
In a legendary essay marking the centenary of the Manchester Guardian, the British editor and publisher, C. P. Scott, argued that accurate news reporting was the "primary office" of journalism. Ninety years later, "Comment is free, but facts... Read more
social_media
blogging
Posted by Mike Mullane Nov 13, 2012
When I was asked to edit EBUZZ,  the EBU's new blog about future journalism and the intersection between content and technology,  I found my mind drifting back several years to a river cruise in Stockholm. I had spent the evening admiring the Read more
bbc
journalism
Posted by Mike Mullane Nov 12, 2012
There is a strange kind of circularity to life. When I joined the EBU, nearly nine years ago, the BBC was in the midst of an editorial crisis  that was every bit as serious as the controversy currently engulfing the corporation.   Then, a Read more
Pick of the week
social_media
journalism
digital_radio
media_trends
broadcast_sport
radio_sport
connected_tv
science_journalism
pick_of_the_week
Posted by Mike Mullane Nov 09, 2012
Here is our second must-read selection of articles about media and journalism that you may have missed. If you are a community member and logged in, please use the comments field to suggest links for further reading.   You can also browse our Read more
Media Now
tv
radio
social_media
twitter
facebook
media_now
Posted by Mike Mullane Nov 07, 2012
I have tried to condense into a short post some of the key lessons I have learned about social media in conferences, conversations and other exchanges with broadcasters, trainers and strategists over the past year. Of course, you will also find... Read more
Journalism Now
ebu
social_media
journalism
lse
polis
fellow
orf
Posted by Mike Mullane Nov 05, 2012
ORF correspondent Nadja Hahn has spent the last month at Polis, the journalism think-tank of the London School of Economics, researching the value of social media for public service journalism. The EBU and Polis will publish her report.   In... Read more
Pick of the week
social_media
journalism
digital_radio
media_trends
social_tv
second_screen
pick_of_the_week
Posted by Mike Mullane Nov 02, 2012
Each week, E-BUZZ will suggest a reading list of thought-provoking articles about media and journalism that you may have missed. If you are logged in, please use the comments field to suggest links for further reading.   You may also browse... Read more
Media Now
spotify
multimediameetsradio
tedxtransmedia
andrew_shea
swedish_radio
media_now
Posted by Mike Mullane Oct 31, 2012
Giorgio Vasari narrates, in his 'Lives of the Artists', that when Giotto was a young apprentice, he one day painted such a lifelike fly that his master, Cimabue, tried several times to brush it off the canvas. Seven hundred years later, a Dutch... Read more
Media Now
multimediameetsradio
tedxtransmedia
media_now
Posted by Mike Mullane Oct 29, 2012
If you were to draw up mission statements for TEDxTransmedia and Multimedia Meets Radio they might look very similar. Both events aim to inspire and stimulate a conversation about the future of media, although they rise to the challenge in very... Read more
Media Now
radio
radiodns
jugaad
media_now
Posted by Mike Mullane Oct 26, 2012
During a recent trip to Rome for TEDxTransmedia I was privileged to meet and listen to Poonacha Machaiah, the CEO of a new social network for storytelling called Qyuki. One of Poonacha’s key messages was that you have to be flexible in order... Read more
Media Now
journalism
tedxtransmedia
crowdsourcing
iaconesi
media_now
Posted by Mike Mullane Oct 23, 2012
The American blogger, Dan Gillmor, neatly summarizes the value of crowdsourcing in his much quoted aphorism that "my readers know more than I do". Crowdsourcing is a valuable tool for  journalists that allows them to use their audiences as a Read more
Journalism Now
eurovision
news
social_media
journalism
Posted by Annika Nyberg Oct 22, 2012
Nearly every conference and meeting I have attended this fall has touched upon social media, one way or the other. While talking about news the question is mostly about validation and verification.   How do we make sure that the stories reaching... Read more
Media Now
multimediameetsradio
digitalradioconference
binaural
media_now
Posted by Mike Mullane Oct 19, 2012
More than 100 delegates have attended two key meetings about the future of radio in the past few weeks. Multimedia Meets Radio took place in Turin, in September, and was followed by the Digital Radio Conference earlier this month.   The former... Read more
Journalism Now
ebu
eurovision
radio
news
newsroom
social_media
journalism
lse
polis
Posted by Mike Mullane Oct 16, 2012
Nadja Hahn, a business correspondent for ORF Radio, is the EBU's first Journalism Research Fellow at Polis, the journalism think tank of the London School of Economics. She is researching the public service value of social media. Below is Nadja Read more
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