Posts Tagged ‘jay rosen

06
Ago
09

Portuguese Journalists on Twitter and @JayRosen_nyu’s List | Jornalistas Portugueses no Twitter e a Lista de Rosen

Who are the top portuguese journalists on Twitter? Who is more popular, chatty or has a better following/follower relation? Tireless João Simão, teacher at UTAD (by the way, check his new project of live video interviews using Twitter) did an analisys on who are the journalists on Twitter, using data from TwitterPortugal, and came up with a top 25 list.

It’s a nice crowd, and you should be following  at least some of them.

Quem são os jornalistas portugueses que estão no Twitter? quem é mais popular, falador ou tem uma melhor relação seguidores/seguidor? O incansável João Simão da UTAD (já agora, vejam o seu novo projecto de entrevistas video em directo usando o Twitter) fez uma análise dos jornalistas no Twitter usando dados do TwitterPortugal, e criou um top 25.

É um grupo porreiro e deviam seguir pelo menos alguns deles.

Know anyone? | Conhecem alguém?

Know anyone? | Conhecem alguém?

After this analisys was published  i got a whole new batch of followers (thank you all), but my major source of tweeple lately has been  Jay Rosen’s “600” list. I recommend it to everyone who is looking for media related tweets.

(shameless self promotion moment, so sorry for that…)

Depois desta análise ter sido publicada ganhei um monte de followers (obrigado  a todos), mas a minha maior fonte de seguidores nos últimos tempos tem sido a lista dos “600” de Jay Rosen. Recomendo-a a quem quer tweets relacionados com media.

(momento desavergonhado de auto-promoção, as minhas desculpas…)

The "600"...well, some... |  Os "600"...bem, alguns...

The "600"...well, some... | Os "600"...bem, alguns...

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01
Abr
09

Jay Rosen: Social Media

When i started thinking about my presentation for last weekend’s Convention, i wondered how i could explain the shift from mass to social media. And where Twitter fits in the picture.

Ok. Rosen did it before and i didn’t knew. As i was watching this video i felt really uncomfortable, all the items i wanted to adress are there. But Jay does it better. I’ll take this as a sign i’m going in the right direction, or, at least, that i am aware of what is going on.

Quando comecei a pensar na minha apresentação para a Convenção do fim de semana passado, tentei imaginar como é que podia explicar a mudança de mass para social media. E onde o Twitter se encaixava.

Ok. O Rosen fez o mesmo antes e eu não sabia. À medida que ia vendo este video senti-me desconfortável, tudo  que queria dizer está ali. Mas o Jay fá-lo melhor. Vou tomar isto como um sinal de que estou a ir na direcção certa, ou, pelo menos, de que estou consciente do que se está a passar.

via @raul_pereira

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12
Jun
08

Naked Media Show: Jay Rosen

O Naked Media Show é um videocast da ScribeMedia.org, que para o seu primeiro episódio convidou Jay Rosen. Os modelos de negócio da para a internet e muito mais num programa muito interessante.

The Naked Media Show is ScribeMedia.org’s videocast, that invited for their first episode Jay Rosen. Internet business models and a whole lot more in a very interesting show.

For our first Naked Media show, NYU journalism professor, PressThink blogger and media experimenter Jay Rosen eloquently addressed the need for someone to foot the bill for the journalism . “We’re in between business models,” he said. He held up Talking Points Memo, which he said is profitable, as a model to follow. He broke the news that New York University is launching a new program, in Fall of ‘09, that mingles innovation with journalism, perhaps in a business or tech way. And he explained why he thinks New York Times publisher Arthur Sulzberger may not be up to the task of leading the Grey Lady into the new era.

Naked Media Episode 1 – Jay Rosen

via Mark Graham (vejam os outros links | check his other link suggestions)

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28
Abr
08

“Where’s the Business Model for News, People?”

Jay RosenIt’s remarkable to me how many accomplished producers of those goods, the future production of which is in doubt, are still at the stage of asking other people, “How are we going to pay our reporters if you guys don’t want to pay for our news?” Recently I heard one such person say, “Society should be worried about this!”

At many a conference I have attended on new media and journalism, some old pro whose subsidy is fast disappearing will (mentally) place hands on hips and say about the Internet as a whole, “Well, that’s all very nice, very Web 2.0, but where’s the business model, people?” As if that were some kind of contribution. I can’t tell you how disconcerting–and weird–I find some of these performances.

Jay Rosen

Da pilha de artigos da semana passada este é dos mais interessantes. Jay Rosen coloca em discussão os modelos de negócio para a industria das notícias, e dá exemplos de como algumas das soluções podem estar no passado, e como a própria indústria da publicidade terá que se renovar para uma melhor eficácia na web.

Uma das questões mais interessantes que Rosen levanta é a do fim da fina cortina que separa o jornalismo da actividade empresarial, ou seja, porque não poderá uma empresa ligada a outra área de ter o seu próprio meio de comunicação? Será que agora que essa ligação é mais velada significa maior independência? As questões éticas são imensas.

Depois, noutro link, que não está directamente relacionado com este assunto (ou está?), fica o comentário de uma editora de um jornal americano que pensa que os utilizadores se acham muito espertos por estarem a ler o seu jornal online de borla. Pois,a esperteza deverá estar em pedir dinheiro para se dar acesso à mesma informação que se encontra gratuitamente, e provavelmente mais completa, noutro lado. Por acaso, ainda não recebi resposta do jornal AS BEIRAS…

Among last week’s article stack, this is one of the most interesting. Jay Rosen puts to discussion business models for the news industry, and gives some examples of how part of the solution can be found in the past, and how the advertising industry must renew itself for a better web efficiency.

One of the most interesting questions raised by Rosen is about the end of the thin curtain that separates journalism from businesses, or, why can a non-journalism company have it’s own media? Does it mean that now this connection is more veiled there is more independence at the newsrooms? The ethical issues around this are overwhelming.

Then, in another unrelated link about this subject(is it?), there’s a post by a local newspaper editor that thinks readers must feel pretty smart for reading her newspaper online for free. Yeah, smartness must be in asking for money to grant access to the same information that can be found for free, and probably better, someplace else.

This reminds me i never got an answer back from AS BEIRAS…





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