Presentation given to the What is Media? conference in Portland, April 2016. My slides explore seven major tech trends and how they are impacting on content creation and distribution.
Notes from: Build a Better Journalist Conference, Portland, January 23, 2016. Image source: http://www.wfsj.org/course/en/L10/10FacebookWFSJ.png Is the traditional two sources model relevant in this day and age? What about social media? […]
I was fortunate to have the opportunity to contribute to this new Journalism.co.uk podcast, “Embracing change: What digital skills should journalists learn in 2016?” alongside: * Martin Stabe, head of interactive news, […]
Last year I spoke to BBC Radio Scotland about the rise of new funding models for journalism. Here’s the interview, which was kindly captured by the Centre for Community Journalism. […]
Last week I did an interview with Monocle 24 Radio – the audio service of excellent global-affairs magazine Monocle – based in London. Every week on their morning news programme, […]
In this video I talk about how everyday digital tools – from Twitter, Facebook, YouTube and your smartphone – can be used to help generate active communities; and how everyone […]
Presentation given at the Centre for Research on Communities and Culture Review 2015 at Canterbury Christ Church University yesterday. The slides define and explore different types of hyperlocal media and […]