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Title: Advising the Online News Site National College Media Convention, 10/26/06


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Advising the Online News Site
National College Media Convention, 10/26/06
Rachele Kanigel, San Francisco State University
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Why should online media go beyond simply posting
the newspaper on the Web?
  • The media landscape is changing and aspiring
    journalists need to be prepared for it.
  • Many student readers prefer to read online than
    in print.
  • Online media provide new opportunities for
    storytelling and interaction with readers.
  • New media is fun and exciting for students.

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What role should advisers play?
  • Encouraging students to make the most of their
    online newspaper.
  • Pushing breaking news.
  • Exposing students to new media storytelling
    techniques.
  • Training students in new media skills.

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What makes the Web different from print?
  • Immediacy
  • Multimedia
  • Interactivity
  • Space

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Immediacy
  • The ultimate breaking news vehicle
  • You can post stories, photos in a matter of
    minutes
  • You can update a quickly changing story

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Multimedia features
  • Sound
  • Animation
  • Video
  • Slide shows

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Interactivity
  • Comment features allow readers to respond to
    stories
  • Polls are fun and involve the reader
  • Interactive graphics help engage readers and tell
    stories in new ways

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Space
  • Virtually unlimited room for
  • Long, in-depth stories
  • Documents
  • Photos
  • Graphics

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What you can do
  • Train students in new media skills. That includes
    digital audio recording, video setting up polls
    and interactive features, creating slide shows.
  • Encourage staff to use the Web site to break
    news. That means not only big stories but
    coverage of events, games, entertainment events.

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What you can do
  • Familiarize yourself with the new media world.
  • Look for ideas and inspiration at Interactive
    Narratives, Online News Association contest
    winners and professional and college news sites.

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What you can do
  • Show students what other college papers are doing
    online.
  • Encourage students to attend new media skills
    workshops at conferences like this.
  • Send a delegation to Online News Association
    meetings.
  • Bring in guest speakers from the new media
    profession.

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  • QUESTIONS?
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