How Twitter Changed Sports Journalism:Twitter Becomes the Top Source for Sports News Jon Feyen
The Online Journalism Handbook has quickly established itself as the best guide to the fast moving world of digital journalism, illuminating the many opportunities offered to journalists through new technologies. In this new edition, Paul Bradshaw presents a engaging mix of technological know-how with real world pratical guidance to illustrate how those training and working as journalists can improve the researching, writing and reach of their story through web based techonologies.The new edition is throughly revised and updated, featuring:new chapters on Twitter and community management a fully updated chapter on digital law in relation to online journalism, exploring the impact of the Leveson rulingnew sections exploring hyperlocal news, mobile journalism, liveblogging, and newsgatheringan expansion of the section on analyticsa completely rewritten new chapter on data journalism (with the previous version of this chapter now available under Creative Commons allowing free download, and sharing, and the ability of add new content)a more dynamic web presence, featuring useful extra resources.The Online Journalism Handbook is essential reading for all journalism students and professionals and of key interest to new and digital media pratictioners.
Citizens at the Gates:Twitter Networked Publics and the Transformation of American Journalism Stephen R. Barnard
Citizens at the Gates:Twitter Networked Publics and the Transformation of American Journalism. Auflage 2019 Stephen R. Barnard
Citizens at the Gates:Twitter Networked Publics and the Transformation of American Journalism. Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed. 2018 Stephen R. Barnard
Karen M. McManus earned her BA in English from the College of the Holy Cross and her MA in journalism from Northeastern University. When she isn´t working or writing in Cambridge, Massachusetts, McManus loves to travel with her son. One of Us Is Lying is her debut novel. To learn more about her, go to her website, karenmcmanus.com, or follow @writerkmc on Twitter.
Remnants of Passion is a collection of essays that examine one woman´s search for love, sex, and a sense of belonging from adolescence into middle age. It´s equal parts queer and quotidian, ranging in its focus from lesbians fighting over the politics of penetration to first kisses, from apologies never made to a marriage held together with spaghetti. Sarah Einstein lives with her husband, Dominik Heinrici, in Athens, Ohio, where she is pursuing a PhD in creative writing at Ohio University. Her work has previously appeared in journals such as PANK, Ninth Letter, the Fiddleback, and Fringe magazine. She has been awarded a Pushcart Prize and a Best of the Web and been listed in the ´´Notable Essays´´ section of Best American Essays. She is currently at work on a full-length memoir about her fascinated friendship with a homeless veteran. Einstein and Heinrici maintain a blog, and you can find Einstein on Twitter at @sarahemc2. This is a short audiobook published by Shebooks - high-quality fiction, memoir, and journalism for women, by women. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Elinor Bell. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/adbl/023648/bk_adbl_023648_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Over fifteen years of dirty secrets, shocking reveals, and all of the celebrity gossip that’s unfit to print . . . but we’re going to anyway. When Jay Z defended himself against unfair charges that he slapped a woman, when Yankee slugger Alex Rodriguez got tagged by an escort agency madam, when Bill O’Reilly dissed Muslim women, and when Ruth Madoff discovered her scam artist husband, Bernie, had also been cheating on her, it all came out in the pages of Rush & Molloy, the internationally syndicated entertainment column devoured by millions. George Rush and Joanna Molloy are as dedicated to finding the juiciest scoops as they are to their long screwball romance. Together they’ve made some impressive enemies, turned down some bribes, become unlikely relationship counselors to famous star-crossed lovers, and witnessed the evolution of celebrity coverage from the twilight of Winchell to the dawn of Twitter. Part love story, part tabloid, Scandal is a rollicking memoir of fame, gossip, and two true icons of print and web journalism. Rush and Molloy have exposed, unraveled, and reported some of Hollywood’s biggest rumors, blind items, and unbelievable stories. Still, over the years, the couple has kept a few salacious tales to themselves - that is, until now! 1. Language: English. Narrator: George Rush, Joanna Molloy. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/adbl/013493/bk_adbl_013493_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Lynn Barber, by her own admission, has always suffered from a compelling sense of nosiness. An exceptionally inquisitive child she constantly questioned everyone she knew about imitate details of their lives. This talent for nosiness, coupled with her unusual lack of the very English fear of social embarrassment, is the perfect blend for a celebrity interviewer. Barber takes us through her early career at Penthouse where she started out interviewing foot fetishists, voyeurs, dominatrices and men who liked wearing nappies, through her later more eminent career at the Telegraph, Sunday Express, Vanity Fair, Observer and Sunday Times. Barber has interviewed a huge cross-section of celebrities throughout her career; politicians, film stars, comedians, dancers and musicians, including Gore Vidal, Rudolph Nureyev, Lady Gaga, James Stewart and Dirk Bogarde to name but a few. Characterised by her witty and honest style, An Interviewing Life is full of glorious anecdotes such as the interview with Salvador Dali that was only supposed to last one day and ended up running into four at Dali’s invitation, culminating in him gifting her a conical hat made of wax that he had originally designed for his wife to wear to fancy dress ball in the 1930s. Filled with transcripts of interview highlights, such as her infamous interview with the hilarious and spectacularly rude ‘ratty old rock chick’ Marianne Faithfull, and the interview with Rafael Nadal which infuriated his fans so much Barber saw her Twitter followers double so that his fans were able to abuse her online. Not only is An Interviewing Life a fascinating window into the lives of those has she interviewed, but also into the world of journalism itself and into Lynn Barber´s own life. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Alison Larkin. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/adbl/019233/bk_adbl_019233_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.