December 6, 2007 at 11:45 am paulbradshaw
The NUJ has published its findings. My first reactions via the medium of highlighter pen…
For more information see coverage at Press Gazette and The Guardian. The full document is here.
Entry filed under: NUJ, photoblogging. Tags: Multimedia commission.
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Richard Kendall | December 6, 2007 at 3:41 pm
Diving into multimedia journalism is a dangerous game. Like any content, if you are going to provide it on a publishers website, you need to have good standards of production, otherwise this will directly reflect on that brand.
Producing good quality multimedia content requires the right tools, the right skills (and realistic levels of staff/man hours!) and the right understanding of how and why things work online.
Personally speaking newspapers must still act as gatekeepers for news in their own publications on- and off-line.
User generated content and comment should be welcomed, and feed and influence the 21st century multimedia news process, but experienced journalists and editors, particularly within local news centres are in the best position to judge local news values.
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