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The Case for Open Journalism Now

The Case for Open Journalism Now

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Published by Omar Willey
“The Case for Open Journalism Now” is a hopeful yet pragmatic argument for journalism’s future as a public good. It addresses a basic question of the digital age: with information flowing everywhere, how does journalism provide value? The answers lie in a new orienting idea for journalism that is transparent, responsive and enriched through vibrant two-way connections with a networked universe.
“The Case for Open Journalism Now” is a hopeful yet pragmatic argument for journalism’s future as a public good. It addresses a basic question of the digital age: with information flowing everywhere, how does journalism provide value? The answers lie in a new orienting idea for journalism that is transparent, responsive and enriched through vibrant two-way connections with a networked universe.

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Published by: Omar Willey on Nov 05, 2012
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By Melanie Sill, Journalism Executive in ResidenceAnnenberg School for Communication & JournalismUniversity of Southern CaliforniaWith support from the Annenberg Innovation Lab
The Case for Open Journalism Now
A new framework for informing communities
 
The Case for Open Journalism Now
1A new framework for informing communities
Contents
Foreword The Case for Open Journalism Now 
Part 1: The Open Opportunity 1Part 2: Open Journalism in Action 6Part 3: The Tail that Wags the Dog 12Part 4: “Show Your Work” 19Part 5: Embracing a Networked Role for Journalism 26Part 6: Open Journalism Now 33
 Action Steps for Newspeople 37
By Melanie Sill, Journalism Executive in ResidenceAnnenberg School for Communication & JournalismUniversity of Southern CaliforniaWith support from the Annenberg Innovation Lab
The Case for Open Journalism Now
A new framework for informing communities

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