Monthly Archives: November 2012
I have read a selection of articles and papers on the success of ‘hyper-local’ news websites. A few of these show how they work and how they do not work. I personally feel that they provide a gap in the market, but some require more change and entrepreneurial thinking , to make sure they run successfully. Read the rest of this entry
Over the past few weeks of evaluating readings, publications and blogs, I have finally come to a conclusion on what I want to base my 6000 word research project on. In my Online Revolution seminar session I was required to do a presentation on my overall proposal, so I thought I would share this with you and see what you think.
In recent events it is evident that Twitter can be a very dangerous tool. The most recent Twitter story is about the Tory chairman Lord McAlpine and how he has been ambushed with false speculation through the internet, that he was the paedophile mentioned in the allegations on the BBC’s Newsnight. Within the past two weeks alone, Twitter has made an impact on many events such as the resignation of the Bureau for Investigative Journalism, Ian Overton, followed then by George Entwhistle, director general of the BBC. Read the rest of this entry
This week I am taking a look into our local and regional media and whether it is under threat or not?
After reading this Publication from Parliament , which gives in-depth statics and research, I have come to the conclusion that local/regional media is troubled not under threat. However it is important to note that this publication was created between the years 2009-2010, so things may have changed. Read the rest of this entry