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Articles of Interest

http://dish.andrewsullivan.com/2014/10/07/when-journalism-fuses-with-advertising/

When journalism Fuses With Advertising – Andrew Sullivan

“I’ve been warning for a while that when established journalistic outlets whore themselves out to corporate propaganda through “sponsored content”, they are playing a mug’s game. The only reason these companies are paying these media outlets to disguise their ads as editorial copy is because they can still trade on those outlets’ residual reputation. But as native advertising cumulatively undermines that reputation, magazines and newspapers will lose their luster. Instead, corporations will simply fund and create their own pseudo-journalism directly, and cut out the middleman altogether.”

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http://onlinejournalismblog.com/2007/11/12/five-ws-and-a-h-that-should-come-after-every-story-a-model-for-the-21st-century-newsroom-pt3/

Five W’s and a H that should come *after* every story (A model for the 21st century newsroom: pt3)

So far this model has looked at sourcing stories in the new media age, and reporting a news story in the new media age. In this third part I look at what should happen after a news story has been reported, using a familiar framework: the 5 Ws and a H – who, what, where, why, when and how.

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http://roadside.org/news/five-misconceptions-about-documentation-archiving-and-communication-field-community-cultural

Five Misconceptions about Documentation, Archiving, and Communication in the Field of Community Cultural Development

Tuesday, January 14, 2014, By Jamie Haft #JamieHaft

“Virginia Tech recently hosted a small national meeting on documentation, archiving, and communication in the field of community cultural development.  Articulated by convener Bob Leonard, the meeting’s lead organizing question: How is documentation, archiving, and communication in the community cultural development field serving and not serving artists, humanities researchers, community organizers, non-artist community partners, community agencies and institutions, and scholarly communities? For me, the meeting debunked five misconceptions about documentation, archiving, and communication in the field.”

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