Public Media Organizations Covering Hurricane...
Here are links to some public media organizations in communities affected by what had been Hurricane Irene, a storm which left more than 20 dead, knocked out power and disrupted transportation on the east coast Aug. 27-29.
#PubCampWest: the photos
More than 60 bloggers, community organization representatives and public media employees gathered at KPCC in Los Angeles last weekend to discuss public media’s future at PubCampWest. Check out photos by Vincent Close from both days of the event below. We’ll begin posting video of interviews with several event attendees next week.
#PubCampWest project pitches: Reaching the Whole...
Many public media organizations are looking for ways to expand their audiences to match the diversity of their communities. During PCW participants talked about different ways to reach and engage a larger audience. Here are links to iPhone photos of the conference whitesheets listing ideas for reaching the whole community; audio of the full discussion and project pitches follows. For more, check...
#PubCampWest project pitches: Integrating Online
Another topic discussed at last weekend’s PCW was how to bring online and broadcast content departments closer together at public media organizations. Participants emphasized the need for organizations to stop thinking about online content as “web extras” which are not as important as broadcast content. Here are links to iPhone photos of the conference whitesheets listing ideas...
Twitter list of #pubcampwest attendees →
Wondering what came out of the hackathon? Audio... →
#PubCampWest project pitches: Election 2012
PubCampWest was a two-day event. On the first day, conference attendees met in small groups in an effort to create ideas for collaborative projects in three areas: reaching the whole community, integrating online and covering the 2012 election. The following day members of each small group pitched their project ideas to the entire conference. This week we’ll be posting audio and photos from...
Current Gives a Shout-Out to PCW →
Did you miss PubCampWest this weekend? Here’s unedited video of Sunday’s final session, in which participants pitched project ideas and discussed the future of public media. Pop some popcorn, kick back and enjoy - it’s about two hours and 30 minutes long. We’ll post more video and photos from the conference in the coming days.
One of the topics discussed at the 2011...
#PubCampWest, the Storifys: part two
Steve Saldivar took a lot of great photos this weekend at PubCampWest. Click here to see his Flickr slideshow from the event. Below is his Storify, which also includes some interesting perspective.
#PubCampWest, the Storifys: part one
Did you miss PubCampWest? Fortunately, there are at least two great Storifys out there curating Tweets from this weekend’s conference. Below is a Storify by the Association of Independents in Radio’s Jessica Clark; I’ll post a second Storify later today.
Thanks to Kim Bui for all her hard work, KPCC who hosted and everyone who worked to make it a great success. Come back to this tumblr this week for archive video of today’s presentations, additional photos and video and more!
Live video and Tweets: #PubCampWest, Day Two
Good morning, and welcome to the second day of PubCampWest! This morning we’ll be presenting the results from yesterday’s discussions on three topics: Election 2012, integrating online and reaching the whole community. Discussion most likely will start between 9-9:30am. We have live streaming video below, as well as a feed of Tweets using the #PubCampWest hashtag. If you can’t...
Resources from #PubCampWest
Here are links to some of the resources and projects we discussed today. Feel free to add your own in the comments. Tiki-Toki: create your own embeddable timeline. Qrank: create a quiz. KCET’s Departures: an online exploration of Los Angeles neighborhoods. Visual.ly: create infographics, still in beta. KPCC’s OnCentral: a news site for neighborhoods around L.A.’s Central...
Live from #PubCampWest: afternoon sessions
This afternoon we’ll be discussing election 2012 and integrating online. Check out Tweets from the event below: &amp;amp;amp;amp;amp;amp;amp;amp;amp;amp;amp;amp;amp;lt;a href=”http://www.coveritlive.com/mobile.php/option=com_mobile/task=viewaltcast/altcast_code=8fd2c30121”...
Check out some photos from this morning’s PubCampWest sessions:
Live from #PubCampWest
Good morning, and welcome to the first full day of PubCampWest! We’ll be breaking into groups today and discussing three topics: Election 2012, integrating online and reaching the whole community. You can follow the conversation below; I’ll (hopefully) be taking comments in the conversation window below as well. &amp;amp;amp;amp;amp;amp;amp;amp;amp;amp;lt;a...
Live on Twitter: #PubCampWest
We’ll be using the hashtag #pubcampwest for this weekend’s conference. Check out the Twitterfeed below, and keep coming back to pubcamp.tumblr.com for more content from the conference! &amp;amp;amp;lt;a href=”http://www.coveritlive.com/mobile.php/option=com_mobile/task=viewaltcast/altcast_code=8fd2c30121”...
The final details!
If you RSVPed, you’ll get this in your e-mail soon. If not 1) You should RSVP and B) You now have it here. —- We’re so excited to have you be part of the first ever #pubcampwest! As promised, a full and detailed schedule is below. Let us know if you have any questions! The Final Schedule Friday 6-8 p.m. Happy Hour! (King’s Row, 20 E Colorado Blvd Pasadena, CA 91105) We will...
What Stops Innovation in Journalism →
futurejournalismproject: The Evening List — Adam Westbrook creates a handy list of the things that prevent us from innovating: You don’t have enough time. Truth: You will never have enough time, so just get on with it. You don’t have enough money. Truth: You will never have enough money, so just get on with it. You don’t have a good idea. Everyone has good ideas; they just don’t write them...
Pubcamp West is this weekend! Update and more info
RSVP! If you’re planning on attending, please RSVP as soon as possible to ensure we have space for them at the event. Help us decide on topics! While #pubcamps are always unconferences (meaning loosely styled, no agenda), we know many of you are coming from far and wide. So help us decide what we should talk about. Vote on ideas and submit your own. We’ll announce the sessions when we...
Journalism a Social Endeavor →
futurejournalismproject: In this social business report issued by Net Prospex, The New York Times was ranked number 1 across a survey of the 100 most social companies in the U.S. beating off established tech companies like Google, Apple, eBay and Amazon. To out rank giants such as Googe, Apple, eBay and Amazon is no small feat. Moreover, a newspaper, a publication that was supposedly obsolete,...
Facebook and social strategy at #prnfb
Several social media and communications professionals discussed how they used Facebook to reach different communities at the PR News Facebook conference Aug. 9 in San Francisco. They also shared several interesting ideas and best practices. Here’s a look at the conference through Twitter.
With beta620, the Times is taking the lessons of end-user innovation and...– The Kingdom and the Tower: NYT launches beta620, a crowdsourced testing ground for new projects » Nieman Journalism Lab » Pushing to the Future of Journalism (via greglinch)