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23
Mar
09

‘How to Write for the Web’: in Portuguese | Em Português

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I had already talked about the spanish edition, now here’s the portuguese version.

Já aqui tinha falado da edição em espanhol, fica agora a tradução para o português.

The Knight Center for Journalism in the Americas at the University of Texas at Austin has just published a Portuguese-language edition of the e-book How to Write for the Web, written by Colombian journalist Guillermo Franco and translated by Brazilian journalist Marcelo Soares.

How to Write for the Web is the second skills guide for journalists that the Knight Center has published. In December 2007, the Knight Center launched electronic Spanish and Portuguese editions of the e-book Journalism 2.0: How to Survive and Thrive, A digital literacy guide for the information age, written by U.S. journalist Mark Briggs.

The Spanish, Portuguese, and English editions of that book can also be downloaded in PDF format for free from the Knight Center’s website. It has been downloaded close to 17,000 times since its publication.

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06
Dez
08

Livro | Book: “Cómo escribir para la Web”

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O Knight Center for Journalism in the Americas lançou mais um manual de ciberjornalismo. “Cómo escribir para la Web” é da autoria de Guillermo Franco e pretende ser um guia para jornalistas da América Latina, mas servirá também para todos os que compreendam espanhol.

Podem fazer o download do .pdf gratuitamente aqui.

The Knight Center for Journalism in the Americas has published another cyberjournalism manual. “Cómo escribir para la Web” was written by Guillermo Franco with the purpose to be a guide for Latin America journalists, but that it might be useful for all of those who speak Spanish.

You can download the .pdf file for free here.

Franco’s new book presents practical examples about writing for online publications, as well as research from other sources. He considers it to be more than just a manual, but rather a starting point for a more comprehensive guide about writing for the Web, with contributions from journalists throughout Latin America and the Caribbean.

Already, several colleagues who participated in the project have begun a discussion group in Facebook about “How to write for the Web.”

“This document will serve as part of the answer to the journalist training needs in Latin America. It follows the same path and philosophy of other efforts supported by the Knight Center for Journalism in the Americas,” said Rosental C. Alves, founder and director of he Knight Center.

Knight Center Publishes Spanish Book Online: ‘How to Write for the Web’

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15
Out
08

Manual do Jornalista | The News Manual

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Dois jornalistas da Papua Nova Guiné começaram a escrever nos anos 90 um manual para jornalistas em países em desenvolvimento,financiado pela UNESCO. O projecto teve tanto sucesso, ultrapassando o seu público inicial, que eles decidiram publicar o manual por inteiro online.

Apesar de se referir a uma realidade anglófila, trata-se de um recurso muito interessante, quer para profissionais e jovens jornalistas como para cidadãos que criam conteúdos.

David Ingram, um dos autores do manual dá uma entrevista aqui ao Journalism.co.uk.

Two journalists from Papua New Guinea started writing a journalism manual in the 90’s for journalists in developing countries, financed by UNESCO. It was so successful it went way beyond their inicial target audience, that they decided to publish the work in full online.

Though referring to a more anglophile reality, it’s a most interesting resource, wether for pros and young journalists as for content generating citizens.

David Ingram, one of the authors, is interviewed by the Journalism.co.uk, here.

A news resource first designed for journalists and journalism students in the Asia-Pacific region has been launched as a free online service for journalists.

First published by two journalists, working in Papua New Guinea in the 1990s, the News Manual was a three volume book part-funded by UNESCO. It has now been revised, updated and placed online as 72 indexed chapters, which cover the topics of advanced reporting, ethics and law.

Its new online presence allows it to link to professional sites, discussions and resources.

Journalism.co.uk talked to one of the original authors, David Ingram.

What’s the aim of the manual?
[DI]It’s a resource. It can help people write news, navigate legal issues or become better-informed journalists, but the real work has to take place in the individual themselves.

I want The News Manual Online to practise what Peter Henshall [his co-author] and I always taught – that journalists may spend our lives chasing that chimera called ‘Truth’ and never quite nail it down, but every day we can practice honesty.

PNG’s News Manual goes global with online edition

www.thenewsmanual.net

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13
Jan
08

Livro | Book : Multimedia Journal

cover_mybook.jpg“Multimedia Journal will show you how to tap into your creativity by guiding you through a variety of activities that will prod your imagination so you can capture new ideas for multimedia storytelling. The exercises are intended to jump-start your creative energy. This book is for Multimedia Journalists.”

Square 7×7 inches (18×18 cm) 60 pages

Published: January 1, 2008

By Richard Koci Hernandez

 

 

 

Richard Koci Hernandez do Multimedia Shooter escreveu um pequeno guia para jornalistas multimedia, nascido das notas criadas para workshops. Segundo o autor, “o livro contém 50 exercícios e ideias para se pensar criativamente sobre fotografia, video, audio e multimedia em geral.” Podem espreitar as primeiras 15 páginas aqui.

Richard Koci Hernandez from Multimedia Shooter wrote a small guide for multimedia journalists, born out of the notes he created for his workshops. According to him, “the book is packed with over 50 creative exercises and ideas to get you thinking creativity about photography, video, audio and multimedia in general.” You can take a peek at the first 15 pages here.

20
Dez
07

Manual de Jornalismo Online em Português

O Knight Center for Journalism in the Americas, na Universidade do Texas, lançou uma tradução em português do livro “Journalism 2.0 How to Survive and Thrive – A digital literacy guide for the information age”, escrito pelo jornalista Mark Briggs.

Mark Briggs descreve o livro como um manual prático, que explica as especifidades da internet e as várias formas de se fazer jornalismo digital, indo dos blogs ao podcasting, desde a recolha do material à sua edição e publicação online.

Façam o download e enviem o link para um amigo (ou patrão), é de borla.

Dica de Mindy McAdams

 

 

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Set
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Manuais

O blog Comunicamos, com origem no curso de Ciências de Comunicação da UTAD, para além de ser um excelente ponto de reflexão sobre a Comunicação Social, também é uma excelente fonte de recursos. Desta vez eles disponibilizaram online dois manuais de jornalismo, um para a imprensa, outro para a televisão. São duas publicações sucintas, práticas e gratuitas, mas que, não substituem o trabalho e a experiência, pois de acordo com os autores do blog “o jornalismo não se aprende só com manuais, a prática é fundamental”. Eu subscrevo, e saúdo desde já a iniciativa. Estão na forja mais dois manuais, sobre os quais darei conta na devida altura.

 

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