Arquivo de 9 de Maio, 2008

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Maio
08

Anúncio de emprego (??!?!) | WTF job ad

Num site que gosto muito dedicado a empregos ligados à comunicação:

Revista regional online, precisa de colaboradores jornalistas.

Condições: Não remunerado

Exige-se: Conhecimento em jornalismo regional

Não pagam, exigem. Como estes vejo muitos. Vão gozar com outro.

In a website that i really like dedicated to communication job ads:

Online regional magazine, needs journalists

Conditions: not remunerated

Demanded: knowledge in regional journalism

So, they don’t pay,yet demand. I see plenty of this. Don’t mess with us.

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09
Maio
08

Não é o lucro | It´s not about the profit

BBC citJ

O site holandês Skoeps.nl dedicado baseado em jornalismo do cidadão fechou a semana passada por não se ter tornado lucrativo. Nicolas Kayser-Bril explica as razões num post para o OJB.

O que levanta a questão: o jornalismo do cidadão envolve lucro?

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The citizen journalism based dutch website Skoeps.nl closed down last week because it didn’t turn out profitable.Nicolas Kayser-Bril tells us why in this OJB post.

Which raises the question: is citizen journalism about the profit?

Skoeps closure: CitJ is not about money

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Maio
08

Pagar mais pelos melhores | Pay more for the best

Eu não acredito que muita gente em Portugal (e no resto do mundo) pense assim…

I don’t believe that there’s many people in Portugal (or anywhere else) thinking like this…

Hartigan said that for much of his 43-year career most journalists were generalists, “sweeping over any subject with a light dusting of curiosity and a nice turn of phrase.” But he warned that those days were numbered. Journalism needed more specialists, he argued – “more people who can provide compelling insights to what’s going on” because quality was “taking on greater meaning, not less.”

Competition for talent also was intensifying, Hartingan said. As a result, he said, “We will need to pay more and offer better opportunities to attract – and retain – the best people.” In other words, quality content was the key. In a world of information overload, audiences return to brands they can trust that synthesize information and make it easy to absorb. That deep skill requires highly skilled and educated journalists. The obvious place to find specialists is at universities and think tanks.

da | from Convergence Newsletter

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