शुक्रवार, 28 मार्च 2014

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About Me
A career-oriented woman, a self-driven media professional and a mother of a two year old - that's a brief description of me.
Showing posts with label Online Journalism. Show all posts
I read an interesting piece of blog by a fellow online journalist that said that 'online journalism' is no longer a trend. The writer further stated that Online Journalism can be divided into three major areas -

Gathering the News
  • Mobile Journalism
  • Social Networking
  • RSS Filtering
  • Churnalism

Augmenting the News
  • Geotagging and Maps
  • Semantic Web
  • Multimedia

Delivering the News
  • News as a Platform
  • Aggregation
  • Search
This blog will make for interesting reading...
View more presentations from Brett Atwood.


Contents
Topics
About Me
A career-oriented woman, a self-driven media professional and a mother of a two year old - that's a brief description of me.
Showing posts with label Online Journalism. Show all posts
I read an interesting piece of blog by a fellow online journalist that said that 'online journalism' is no longer a trend. The writer further stated that Online Journalism can be divided into three major areas -

Gathering the News
  • Mobile Journalism
  • Social Networking
  • RSS Filtering
  • Churnalism

Augmenting the News
  • Geotagging and Maps
  • Semantic Web
  • Multimedia

Delivering the News
  • News as a Platform
  • Aggregation
  • Search
This blog will make for interesting reading...
View more presentations from Brett Atwood.



Role of Press in Health Education

How often have you noticed the press (print, TV and online) insensitively report health-related and human interest stories?
Most of this careless reporting is due to lack of proper media sensitization and domain knowledge. Let me give you an example. Have you often read and heard the term AIDS patient in news reports? Since AIDS is not a disease but a syndrome a person cannot be termed as an AIDS patient. The right usage is HIV positive individual. This term not only addresses the person with respect but in general influences the society's attitude towards such persons.
Similarly, usage of words such as deaf, dumb, blind, retarded to address individuals should also be replaced with more respectable terms such as challenged, specially gifted etc.
Refer to the below presentation for more insights -


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