Submitted by kentbye on Wed, 2006-05-10 09:46. About | Activism | EchoChamberProject | Journalism | Politics | trends | Vlog
This video provides explains how the media fits into political and social change and specifically addresses the following questions:
* How is the Press supposed to Work?
* How and why does the Press act like an Echo Chamber?
* How is media changing?
* What does it mean that the "news is becoming a conversation"?
* Will these new media changes affect the nature of politics?
* How does The Echo Chamber Project fit into all of this?
Additional interview transcripts are here.
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Submitted by kentbye on Wed, 2006-03-22 19:00. Collaboration | Communications | IntelAnalysis | Journalism | KM | newmedia | Theory
Using new media technology to make the filmmaking post-production process more collaborative has uncovered some interesting theoretical insights. It has introduced some constraints that have allowed me to abstract some broader concepts that can be applied to journalism and collaborative sensemaking.
Below I explore some of the parallels between Collaborative Filmmaking, New Media Technology, Journalism, The Intelligence Cycle, Knowledge Management Pyramid and the Scientific Method...
Submitted by kentbye on Tue, 2006-02-28 11:06. Journalism | MediaCriticism | newmedia | Politics | trends
For the past couple of days, the Drudge Report has been running excerpts from Bill Sammon's latest book "Strategery" [sic]. Today's Drudge top headline was "Bush Cheers Decline of Mainstream Media, Rise of Alternative Press" -- which provides further validation to the trend that I elaborated in this video: Government Bypassing the Press.
Sammon interviewed Bush and a number of senior advisors about the pre-election "Memogate," where Bush claims that CBS explicitly "conspired" to harm his campaign. Drudge writes that "Memogate has helped accelerate the decline of the mainstream media, generally defined as CBS, NBC, ABC, The New York Times and other establishment news outlets."
Submitted by kentbye on Thu, 2006-02-16 07:48. culture | Economics | Interview | InterviewAudio | iraq | Journalism | merrillbrown | Politics | trends
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Submitted by kentbye on Thu, 2006-02-16 07:44. Communications | Interview | InterviewAudio | Journalism | propaganda | rubel | trends
FULL TRANSCRIPT IS BELOW
More interviews from the We Media Conference.
Footage from this interview is featured in this video: Government Bypasses Press
FULL TRANSCRIPT IS BELOW
October 5th, 2005
Submitted by kentbye on Thu, 2006-02-16 07:43. Collaboration | culture | Interview | InterviewAudio | iraq | Journalism | nachison | Politics
Submitted by kentbye on Thu, 2006-02-16 07:41. alexander | blogging | citizenjournalism | Interview | InterviewAudio | Journalism
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