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A propsito do documento preparado por Geneva Overholser – On Behalf of Journalism: A Manifesto for Change (que o sempre atento Manuel Pinto nos apontou h dias atrs) – vale a pena ler duas importantes opinies crticas:

Leonard Witt escreve:

Geneva, the problem isn’t that the legacy-media types haven’t quite gotten their site interactive yet, but that they have not gotten their minds interactive yet. And I am afraid your manifesto is in some ways clueless.”

E (num post muito pertinente) Howard Owens adianta:

And here’s the crux of my differing opinion: If we had been doing a good job of informing the public and taking seriously the call to civic enlightenment, we wouldn’t be in the pickle we find ourselves in today.
If we had been doing our jobs instead of feeding our egos, we would have readers and we would be relevant, and we would be much further along in building the kind of Web sites that people want to visit. In the marketplace of trust, we would be winning.
Our chief problem isn’t technology.
Our chief problem is attitude
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Cheguei a ambas atravs do Common Sense Journalism.

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Os novos “cinco W’s”

Todos conhecemos os famosos 5 W’s do jornalismo: who?, what?, when?, why?, where? (aos quais se junta um H, o how?).
Mark Evans diz-nos que, perante o actual estado de coisas, os jornais precisam de encontrar respostas para um novo conjunto de W’s:

(Why) Porque é que precisam de mudar?
(What) O que é que precisam de fazer?
(Where) Para onde vai a indústria?
(Who) Quem vai escrever as notícias?
(When) Quando é que os jornais precisam de mudar?

Vale a pena ler o texto.

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