Huffington Post vs. New York Times, un libro de Daniel Mazzone

huffington-nytBasado en una investigación realizada entre 2009 y 2012, este libro Huffington Post vs. New York Times ¿Qué ciberperiodismo? no sólo muestra dos modelos de negocio diferentes, sino que también dos maneras diferentes de seleccionar y jerarquizar la información; dos modalidades opuestas de producirla y editarla.

El uno, The New York Times, basándose en la objetividad y la infalibilidad clásicas, y el otro, The Huffington Post, haciendo de la agregación y ciertas formas del periodismo militante de pertenencia, sus cartas principales.
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Free Access to Journalism and Mass Communication Journals

.The Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication (AEJMC) is offering free access to their top-read articles in each of their journals until November 15th.

AEJMC is a nonprofit, educational association of journalism and mass communication educators, students and media professionals. Its mission is to promote the highest possible standards for journalism and mass communication education in an effort to achieve better professional practice and a better informed public.
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NYT: 7 ways to use innovative approaches to social media

.Liz Heron, social media editor for The New York Times (NYT), said that 2011 was a watershed year for social media and now 2012 will be the year on how news organizations use social media to distinguish themselves from all the other voices. She proclaims that news organizations have to “be strategic, be different, and strive for meaningful interactions” and not only be content to skate on social media’s surface.

Heron explains that NYT is trying to make its “social media projects deeper and more meaningful” by using innovative approaches in Twitter, Facebook Subscribe and Google+ to let readers interact directly with journalists.

How? In these seven ways:
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The science journalist online: Shifting roles and emerging practices

The study The science journalist online: Shifting roles and emerging practices conclude that online science journalists have a more collaborative relationship with their audiences and sources and are generally adopting a more critical and interpretative stance towards the scientific community, industry, and policy-oriented organizations.

The authors of the study, Matthew C. Nisbet and Declan Fahy both from American University (Washington, DC), interviewed journalists and writers from nationally prominent US and UK media organizations, describing the shifting roles and emerging practices of science journalists online.
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El IRB busca ‘content manager’

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El Institute for Research in Biomedicine (IRB Barcelona) está buscando un gestor de contenidos para incorporarse a su Departamento de Comunicación y Relaciones Externas. Quieren a una persona dinámica y detallista, con capacidad de redacción y edición, inglés fluido, y experiencia en gestión de contenidos, diseño gráfico y creación de contenidos multimedia.

¿Te interesa? Envía tu CV y carta de presentación en inglés a: irbjobs@irbbarcelona.org, poniendo la referencia AD/11/02.

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