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media140 #OzPolitics Tweetbook

media140 #OzPolitics Tweetbook

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Published by Craig Thomler
The media140 #OzPolitics Tweetbook includes an edited timeline of tweets from the media140 #OzPolitics conference, organised and referenced according to panels and speakers.

Following this is an analysis of the Twitter activity for the day, extracts from relevant blog posts published on the media140 website and links to other online materials created by participants and observers commentating, analysing and extending the insights provided by speakers and discussed by the audience. It is not a full and complete record of the event.
The media140 #OzPolitics Tweetbook includes an edited timeline of tweets from the media140 #OzPolitics conference, organised and referenced according to panels and speakers.

Following this is an analysis of the Twitter activity for the day, extracts from relevant blog posts published on the media140 website and links to other online materials created by participants and observers commentating, analysing and extending the insights provided by speakers and discussed by the audience. It is not a full and complete record of the event.

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#OzPolitics
Tweetbook
 
media140 #OzPolitics tweetbook
This is an edited record of themedia140event held in Canberra, Australia on 23 September 2010.This tweetbook has been compiled by Craig Thomler, Government 2.0 advocate and author of theeGovAU blog, with assistance from the media140 #OzPoliticsorganisers and PeopleBrowsr.
Cover design
The cover of this book was based on media140 logos and designs, overlaid with a tag cloud of the150 most used words on Twitter referencing the #OzPolitics event, from an analysis of over 4,000tweets (created usinghttp://tagcrowd.com).
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media140 #OzPolitics introduced
media140 #OzPolitics was a one-day conference exploring the ways in which political players,citizens and reporters are using the real time Web, and the impact it is having in a FederalElection year.The event brought together speakers from the ranks of journalism, party politics, public relations,academia, lobby groups, Government 2.0 and blogging in an effort to map the way the politicalarena is changing under the influence of social media. The format involved open panels, keynotesand participatory sessions.The event was held in Canberra'sOld Parliament Houseand attracted over 300 participants.
About media140
media140 was founded in February 2009 byAndrew Gregson.The first media140 was launched in Londonon 20 May 2009 with a conference entitled ‘The future of real time news’, with over 270 attendees taking part in the first Twitter conference in the UK.This was followed by amedia140 Londonevent on 26 October 2009, focusing on real-time socialmedia, brands and advertising held at RIBA (Royal Institute of British Architects) for over 250delegates.media140 Sydneywas held on 5-6 November 2009 in conjunction with the ABC at EugeneGoossens’ Hall, focusing on the ‘Future of Journalism in the Social Media Age.’ Over 45speakers/presenters such as Malcolm Turnbull, Mark Scott (ABC), Jay Rosen (NYU), AnnabelCrabb, Mia Freedman, Riyaad Minty (Al Jazeera), Claire Wardle (BBC) and Leigh Sales (ABC)engaged with a 300-strong audience in what was a seminal event looking at how real-time web ischanging the media and journalism industry.
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