By Stephen Quinn
While you're an editor or newsroom supervisor looking new and extra effective methods of coping with the ever expanding stream of knowledge via your newsroom, this publication will give you the info you must make expert judgements approximately an important organisational and kit adjustments. Case reports from newsrooms all over the world are used to provide an outline of the data administration instruments and methods which are to be had to aid newshounds and media executives care for details. solutions are instructed for probably the most urgent concerns, including:What are the standards riding swap in newsrooms?How are information organisations around the globe re-organising their newsrooms to house details in new ways?How are the opposing must reduce expenditures and but keep journalistic caliber being met?What electronic instruments are at the moment on hand, e.g. for computer-assisted reporting?How can newshounds turn into extra mobile?How can trainee reporters be larger ready for working in the altering newsroom environment?Each bankruptcy is supplemented via a 'how to profit extra' part, suggesting extra assets for tackling every one factor. no matter if you're making plans significant switch on your newsroom or just desire to stay alongside of the most recent tendencies, this is often the e-book you've been watching for. achieve an outline of the effect of recent know-how in glossy newsrooms easy methods to deal with info extra effectivelyUnderstand what new talents are being required of reporters
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It was an interesting process,’ Beeston said. ‘We decided to tackle the challenge head on. It would have been easy to place the new starters on a separate ﬂoor and attempt the integration slowly through shared editorial meetings. However the judgement was made to sit all the journalists together, indeed mix them up into areas of speciality so that the dot-com business [journalists] sat with TV business [journalists] and the dot-com news [journalists] with TV news [journalists]. The beneﬁt of this system was a fast integration of people and ideas.
Content remains important. What you do with it is equally vital. Some news organizations are looking at other forms of delivery of content such as mobile data. This is discussed in chapter 6. Arthur Sulzberger Jr, Publisher of The New York Times, summarized some publishers’ thinking when he said: ‘I’m not in the newspaper business … Right now, many of our people want it on paper and we will try to serve that market. … If they want it beamed directly into their minds, we will create a cerebral cortex edition’.
The great Library of Alexandria that Ptolemy I established in 290 BC reportedly held 700 000 volumes. By the start of the sixteenth century in Europe there were between 15 and 20 million books. In 1998 the USA alone published 40 000 books a year. In the half century to the year 2000, the world spent more than US$4 000 000 million on computers (Cortada, 1998: 7). org), an international public policy institute based in Minneapolis in Minnesota that forecasts trends and developments, summarized the complexity of twenty-ﬁrst century life: ‘In one year people now have to absorb an amount of information that took [them] 100 years to absorb 400 years ago’.