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Theres never been a more challengingyet excitingtime to be a journalist. But in order to survive and thrive, journalists need to master new tools. Timely, to-the-point, and tested, Journalism Next updates Mark Briggs popular online guide Journalism 2.0 and explains how to use the latest software, tools, and concepts, empowering journalists to harness technology and take co Theres never been a more challengingyet excitingtime to be a journalist. But in order to survive and thrive, journalists need to master new tools. Timely, to-the-point, and tested, Journalism Next updates Mark Briggs popular online guide Journalism 2.0 and explains how to use the latest software, tools, and concepts, empowering journalists to harness technology and take control of their futures in journalism. Journalism Next is required reading for both seasoned journalists seeking a digital roadmap and digital natives looking to connect their technological know-how to the professions best practices. Learn how to use blogs, crowdsourcing, mobile applications, databases, audio, and video to report with immediacy, cultivate community, and tell compelling stories. Journalism Next will improve digital literacy, fast. Read from cover to cover or dip in and out of this handy guide. In addition to recurring headings that draw you through the chapters, these features will help you find what you need: Tech Innovators: In their own words, top professionals share the ways they use digital technology to do better journalism. Go behind the scenes with experts from leading news organizations. Drilling Down: Ready for more? Breakout boxes help you move beyond the basics to more technical and advanced concepts. Get Going Checklists: Actually doing it makes all the difference. Step-by-step instructions let you jump right in. Illustrations: Useful graphics supplement how-to instructions and show how news sites are putting technology to work.


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Theres never been a more challengingyet excitingtime to be a journalist. But in order to survive and thrive, journalists need to master new tools. Timely, to-the-point, and tested, Journalism Next updates Mark Briggs popular online guide Journalism 2.0 and explains how to use the latest software, tools, and concepts, empowering journalists to harness technology and take co Theres never been a more challengingyet excitingtime to be a journalist. But in order to survive and thrive, journalists need to master new tools. Timely, to-the-point, and tested, Journalism Next updates Mark Briggs popular online guide Journalism 2.0 and explains how to use the latest software, tools, and concepts, empowering journalists to harness technology and take control of their futures in journalism. Journalism Next is required reading for both seasoned journalists seeking a digital roadmap and digital natives looking to connect their technological know-how to the professions best practices. Learn how to use blogs, crowdsourcing, mobile applications, databases, audio, and video to report with immediacy, cultivate community, and tell compelling stories. Journalism Next will improve digital literacy, fast. Read from cover to cover or dip in and out of this handy guide. In addition to recurring headings that draw you through the chapters, these features will help you find what you need: Tech Innovators: In their own words, top professionals share the ways they use digital technology to do better journalism. Go behind the scenes with experts from leading news organizations. Drilling Down: Ready for more? Breakout boxes help you move beyond the basics to more technical and advanced concepts. Get Going Checklists: Actually doing it makes all the difference. Step-by-step instructions let you jump right in. Illustrations: Useful graphics supplement how-to instructions and show how news sites are putting technology to work.

30 review for Journalism Next: A Practical Guide to Digital Reporting and Publishing

  1. 4 out of 5

    Liz

    For an assigned textbook, this one actually wasn't so bad. It read easily and more like a good nonfiction book which really helped. It also had some great practices that I can implement in my beginning journalism right now. If I'm being honest, I wish I had actually bought this book instead of just renting it. As it would be a handy little guide to refer back to every now and then. Maybe if I can find a cheap copy of it I will in the future.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Nike Andaru

    2 - 2019 Buku ini saya dapat di tahun 2011 kalo gak salah. Sudah baca tapi gak update ke GR. Trus pas beberes awal tahun dan ngecek buku ini masih belum dirating. Jadilah baca ulang. Jika saat saya baca dulu sekitar tahun 2011 kayaknya masih enak belajar dari buku ini, walau ya saya rasa bagi pengguna internet aktif buku ini dasar sekali. Saya merasa balik di tahun 2005 pas saya baru belajar internet dasar. Tapi walau begitu, buku ini cukup jelas dengan lengkap untuk menjadi pengenalan dan buku p 2 - 2019 Buku ini saya dapat di tahun 2011 kalo gak salah. Sudah baca tapi gak update ke GR. Trus pas beberes awal tahun dan ngecek buku ini masih belum dirating. Jadilah baca ulang. Jika saat saya baca dulu sekitar tahun 2011 kayaknya masih enak belajar dari buku ini, walau ya saya rasa bagi pengguna internet aktif buku ini dasar sekali. Saya merasa balik di tahun 2005 pas saya baru belajar internet dasar. Tapi walau begitu, buku ini cukup jelas dengan lengkap untuk menjadi pengenalan dan buku panduan. Dari apa itu internet, bagaimana kerjanya, HTML, CSS, mikrobloging, sosmed, blog, web, analytics, RSS, SEO semua dijelaskan dengan rinci, dengan tampilan layar jadi lebih gampang dipahami.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Sergio

    Read the 3rd edition, 2016. Some interesting ideas here but nothing revolutionary.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Kenna

    Mark Briggs is a new media genius! Journalism Next is the book on the changing news industry. It's simple to read and comprehend, providing step-by-step guides and suggested support sites for those trying to master today's news delivery tools. Journalism Next is the updated version of Briggs's online guide Journalism 2.0, which some of you may have read. The update clearly explains the latest software, tools and concepts in multimedia including blogs, audio, video, and online content promotion. Th Mark Briggs is a new media genius! Journalism Next is the book on the changing news industry. It's simple to read and comprehend, providing step-by-step guides and suggested support sites for those trying to master today's news delivery tools. Journalism Next is the updated version of Briggs's online guide Journalism 2.0, which some of you may have read. The update clearly explains the latest software, tools and concepts in multimedia including blogs, audio, video, and online content promotion. The book is well-organized and easy to read. It literally only takes a few hours. But you should hang onto it when you're done. I frequently find myself referencing it for new ideas or lecture formation. I highly recommend Journalism Next and Briggs's blog, Journalism20, for seasoned journalists and journalism students.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Sujal

    Way, way too basic for me. I can't remember why I had this on my list to read, but I work for a large news organization on their digital products and started a news-focused startup. This book talks about how to setup a blog. Or that you may want to use Twitter. Just way too basic. It's not the book's fault. I think I misunderstood what it was about.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Gina Giron-Urquiola

    In an effort to continue educating myself on the new journalism in the digital age, Journalism Next became the basis for all other books and instructions that followed. Mark Briggs ably took me on the journey from print to digital and is highly recommended for anyone's ongoing education to the digital age.

  7. 4 out of 5

    ohradiogirl

    Quite enjoyable. Good way to get caught up on 'doing' multimedia. Well written w/lots of advice from media practitioners. I wrote a review of the book for The Journal of Media Education: http://www.calameo.com/read/000091789... Quite enjoyable. Good way to get caught up on 'doing' multimedia. Well written w/lots of advice from media practitioners. I wrote a review of the book for The Journal of Media Education: http://www.calameo.com/read/000091789...

  8. 5 out of 5

    Carrie

    Just realized I'd never added this book yet, though I use it in my courses. It's a useful, practical, readable book that covers a lot of ground and my students seem to like it. It's also very inexpensive for a textbook.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Camille Broadway

    A solid entry-level book for anyone interested in multimedia journalism. Good description of basic how-to, and more importantly for me, Briggs doesn't ignore the "why" issues.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Debbie Greco

    Good information. Not too far in yet.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Kyle Wadsworth

    Had some very good points about digital media that would appeal to old-school journalists - felt dated for myself and many of the websites/platforms referred to aren't relevant for New Zealand.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Jon Hussey

    Not bad for someone new to the world of new journalism. A lot of helpful tips for web, audio, and video journalism. Overall, it didn't go as deeply into the subject matter as I had hoped it would.

  13. 4 out of 5

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    Katherine

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    Jess at Such a Novel Idea

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    Brian Gabriel

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    Darrin Devault

  18. 4 out of 5

    Sarah

  19. 5 out of 5

    Dawnimai

  20. 5 out of 5

    Mana

  21. 4 out of 5

    Colin Jones

  22. 5 out of 5

    David Newstead

  23. 4 out of 5

    Clare Cawley

  24. 4 out of 5

    Tim Weideman

  25. 5 out of 5

    Toni Moore

  26. 5 out of 5

    Deneen Gilmour

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    Brandon Szuminsky

  28. 5 out of 5

    Anda Codrea

  29. 4 out of 5

    Giorgio Jimenez

  30. 5 out of 5

    Sean Burke

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