Open Journalism

Photo: Ron Mader, Always Open Open journalism is a reworking of ‘citizen journalism‘ and we are taking this notion as a cornerstone idea for how to engage with Planeta readers. We have always sought reader (aka the audience) feedback and our best features are invariably the result of collaboration. Are there ways to step up these …

News Taco

News Taco = Newspaper wrapped in another newspaper Updating this year’s collection of Buzzword Bingo Also read: https://ronmader.wordpress.com/2017/05/04/las-vegas-news-taco Watch: Periscope   Twitter Today's news taco from Las Vegas https://t.co/4p9w8J1ImP — Ron Mader (@ronmader) May 4, 2017 News Taco = Newspaper wrapped in another newspaper. https://t.co/j9UUHapLJp #deadtrees #lasvegasnow #newstaco #ombudsperson pic.twitter.com/qAfPXwoHHe — Ron Mader (@ronmader) May …

Journalism Under Fire: UNESCO #PressFreedom Colloquium

For those keen on a journalism deep dive Wednesday @UNESCO hosts a conference. Not sure if there will be live video, but we can hope someone at a press symposium can figure out persicope and facebook live for presentations and in-the-hallways chatter. Bonus points if someone can show a news stand. Key Links http://en.unesco.org/journalism-under-fire Twitter: @UNESCO …

Journalism

Photo: Ron Mader, Newspaper Bike Journalism = Investigation and reporting of events, issues and trends to a group of people formerly called the audience. Wiki Journalism Planeta.com Open Journalism Journalism Notebook Journalism Notebook from ron mader Artwork / Cue Yourself

Wishlist for the #IUCNCongress

We wish the very best of the World Conservation Congress! Here is our wishlist for the event. Translating into Spanish. Suggestions/corrections welcome! 1) We’d like to learn about conservation 2) We’d like the WCC to be a window into the IUCN 3) We’d like the WCC to be fully engaged via the social web Facebook, …

Las Vegas’ Civic Disaster – Jay Rosen #RJquestions

Noted journalism outsider’s outsider Jay Rosen (@jayrosen_nyu) spoke in Las Vegas Thursday in the Greenspun Hall Auditorium (View in Google Maps) at University of Nevada Las Vegas on the civic disaster called the Review Journal. Yes, it’s a bother to figure out parking at UNLV, but this was one of the tickets of the year for journalism …