Guardian editor: Digital news is a "fundamental redrawing of journalists’ relationship with audience"

byIJNet
Oct 11, 2013 in Social Media

How digital causes a fundamental shift in journalism, lessons learned for teachers of media entrepreneurship, a Twitter news service and more are found in this week's Digital Media Mash Up, produced by the Center for International Media Assistance (CIMA).

Here are IJNet's picks from this week's stories:

Going digital isn’t just an upgrade - it’s a complete transformation in the way journalism is done

In a recent speech, Guardian deputy editor Katharine Viner described how she believes the social web and the practice of “open journalism” fundamentally changes the relationship that journalists have with their audience. (paidContent, 10/10)

Teaching media entrepreneurship: What works, and what gets in the way

Entrepreneurship is turning out to be a key skill for having a successful journalism career -- and indeed, for building the future of journalism. (Knight Digital Media Center, 10/8)

Here’s what a Twitter news service might look like

Many of Twitter’s 215 million users have turned the service into their own personal newspaper by following people and publishers that bring them news (or trivia, or whatever) of the day. But what if Twitter started delivering that news itself? (All Things D, 10/10)

Washington Post launches viral site Know More

The Post says “Know More” aims to make social news sharing “smarter.” (Romenesko, 10/7)

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