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The literature exploring multimedia is expanding rapidly but it is clear that it means many different things to different people. Research into what multimedia in news work means for journalism and journalists is proliferating.
In this paper the social and cultural context of multimedia in journalism, its meaning for contemporary newsrooms and media organizations, and its current emerging practices in Europe and the United States are analyzed.
This paper offers an analysis of the professional and academic literature in Europe and the United States, using the concept of media logic as a theoretical framework. These elements should be seen contemporary journalism—in practice, edu- as recombinant, as journalists shape and are cation, as well as research.
The literature on being shaped by the various contexts involved multimedia is expanding rapidly, and it is clear in multimedia news work Lievrouw and that it means many different things to different Livingstone, Every aspect of the pro- people. Research into what convergence and fessional identity of multimedia journalism will multimedia mean for journalism and the work therefore entail a critical discussion on the vari- of journalists is proliferating.
My aim is to provide a synthesis of the the basis for these considerations I have used ongoing debates and experiences of media the professional and scholarly literature on con- scholars and professionals using a theoretical vergence and multimedia in journalism in framework to structure the manifold meanings Europe and the United States in particular.
Two studies have attributes, and the cultural competences of recently identified the various stops on this users—all of which impact on what gets repre- road.
Researchers of the European Mudia1- sented in the medium and how this gets done project identified three steps towards the as- Dahlgren builds on the work of Altheide and sumed end-point of a completely integrated Snow, most recently published in I would like to extend these consider- or later all media organizations move towards a ations to assess the characteristics of a multi- stage where integration of different parts of the media logic in journalism.
A recent research study shows that using multimedia video in conjunction with traditional read aloud methods may improve the vocabulary growth of English language learners. An example of how to implement multimedia during classroom read-alouds is described. Along with stimulating and motivating students, using multimedia and hypermedia technologies have proven themselves to be a fun, useful way to educate young children while also having a positive effect on the learning comprehension and technology skills of young children. Wikipedia and the Future of the Past,” Journal of American History, Vol. 93, No. 1 (June, ): A Multimedia Essay to Accompany the December Issue of The American Historical Review. and will be using this week to both explore the role of visual culture in the doing of digital history and to accelerate work on your projects.
Such models user competences. The advantage of applying tend to ignore that convergence does not have media logic to the study of multimedia in news to be a linear process, that it may fail, or that it organizations over, for example, other relevant leaves some parts of the organization un- approaches used in new media studies such as touched.
There are two ways of defining multime- Web, even though issues like profitability or dia in journalism: Integrated emergence of full-on convergent multimedia multimedia projects are currently common journalism at some point in the near future see, practice for the entertainment industry in par- e.
It must be clear, however, that veloped, prepared for release, and cross- in the context of this paper I refer to a prag- promoted through a wide variety of media matic definition when talking about multime- platforms, channels, and markets. The follow- dia journalism, as in a definition that takes its ing are some current examples of multimedia cue from current practices in newsrooms across journalism from its earliest to more advanced Europe and the United States in particular.
This definition may seem more or journalists make for the website of their com- less similar to online journalism: In other for distribution across all media. As explained above, I assume in this paper that With the internationalization and global ex- a broader understanding of the impact a chang- pansion of media industries and markets, me- ing media environment has for the social orga- dia cross-ownerships enabled by increased nization including culture and praxis in deregulation in most countries around the journalism involves a critical appreciation of its MARK DEUZE logic.
For the issues at hand this requires us to an integrated newsroom, this situation still has look at the mutually constituent or recombi- not been achieved nor accepted widely by the nant elements of multimedia logic: Pav- and producers of news.
The way convergent multimedia initiatives are structured varies from medium to medium, Institutional Perspective and organization to organization. These differ- A structure of convergent multimedia news ent approaches can be explained by several organizations has been emerging since the mid- factors.
In an overview of new media inno- s, with companies all over the world opt- vation efforts in five European countries Swe- ing for at least some form of cross-media den, Denmark, The Netherlands, Switzerland, cooperation or synergy between formerly sepa- Austria scholars noted a general lack of con- rated staffers, newsrooms, and departments.
Another overview of Euro- quarters of these companies integration strate- pean multimedia initiatives cited issues like gies were planned or implemented at that time legislation, regulation and the role of unions, Innovation, Some examples of media and the various histories and cultures the dif- companies physically integrating broadcast, ferent elements in an synergistic company rep- print and online journalists include FT.
Perhaps the pio- gentina Edgardo Garcia also note differences neering example is Tampa Bay Online, Channel in organizational structures and work practices 8-TV and Tampa Tribune in the United States, in and correlate these with perceptions of former which country arguably most of the examples competitors—now colleagues print versus of structural convergence at the institutional broadcast in particular, offline versus online in level can be found Carr, ; Singer, ; generaland cultural clashes between different Stevens, The point remains that on an insti- of convergence, it is safe to say that growing tutional perspective convergence comes in dif- majorities of news media in different parts of ferent shapes and sizes, strongly influenced by the world offer their core journalistic product both internal practices, rituals, routines, cul- through more than one channel.
Studies in sev- tures as well as external regulation, compe- eral countries show that journalists are slowly tition, stakeholders, publics factors.ond World War, just prior to the American entry that was to come after Pearl Harbor.
For Luce, the ubiquitous cultural presence of Americana was a bridgehead and signpost for America’s inevitable political role in the 20th century. Non-visionary American . These are all questions which can’t be answered yet and can only be answered in the future.
The thing we do know is that how social media changes our culture is all in our hands; how we deal with it. Be careful with what you do on social media, because before you know it, social media can blow it. Today’s guest blogger is Kim Haimes-Korn. In an earlier post, I talked about the ways teachers are radically revising their writing classrooms through multimodal lenses.I was interested to see how other teachers took on this challenge and have come to see traditional assignments in new ways.
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and will be using this week to both explore the role of visual culture in the doing of digital history and to accelerate work on your projects.