Submitted by kentbye on Thu, 2006-02-16 07:41. alexander | blogging | citizenjournalism | Interview | InterviewAudio | Journalism
Submitted by kentbye on Wed, 2006-02-08 14:58. citizenjournalism | Gillmor | Interview | InterviewAudio | Journalism | personaldemocracy | Politics
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Listen to the Interview with Dan Gillmor, Author of "We the Media: Grassroots Journalism by the People, for the People" & Center for Citizen Media (Length: 8:20)
More interviews from the Personal Democracy Conference.
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May 16th, 2005
Submitted by kentbye on Wed, 2006-01-25 16:24. citizenjournalism | IntelAnalysis | Journalism | Open Source | Theory | trends | Vlog
I attended a conference on Open Source Intelligence and collected over 3 hours of interviews from the 10 of the presenters. My citizen journalism coverage was looking through the following two lenses:
* What types of insights could intelligence analysis provide to journalism?
* How can information and communications technologies be used to help avoid and prevent armed conflict?
UPDATE:Here is a 90-second video introduction to these interviews
Music: On The Moon (Trip Hop mix) by disharmonic
FYI:You can use this feed to download all of the interview audio.
More information below...
Submitted by kentbye on Wed, 2006-01-11 12:31. citizenjournalism | Conference | IntelAnalysis | Status
I will be attending a conference next week put on by Robert David Steele's Open Source Solutions called Information Operations, Open Source Intelligence, & Peacekeeping Intelligence.
There will be an interesting mix of government intelligence professionals, corporate competitive intelligence professionals, knowledge management experts and embassy representatives from around the world.
Steele has granted me permission to film interviews with various speakers throughout the conference, and I will be particularly interested in capturing insights that professional intelligence analysts can provide to investigative and participatory journalism.
Submitted by kentbye on Thu, 2005-11-17 10:24. citizenjournalism | Collaboration | InternationalLaw | InterviewAudio | New Media | trends | UK
Here is an interview with Richard Sambrook, Director of BBC Global News from October 5, 2005 at the We Media Conference. Sambrook talks about the future of journalism and the latest experiments with citizen journalism by BBC. He also discusses UK press coverage during the build-up to the war in Iraq, and some differences between the US and UK press.
The BBC is subsidized by the UK government, and therefore is a lot more free to experiment with participatory media when there isn't an explicit business model attached. As a result, the BBC is shaping up to be a worldwide leader in "We Media" innovation, and making news a more collaborative process.
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