È apparso Jay-Z (sul wall).
Journalism Festival 4/27/2013 10:03:35 AM
Roberto Napoletano, direttore Il Sole 24 Ore, in Sala Raffaello
villa.caterina 4/27/2013 10:07:06 AM
Formazione? Sì grazie - Roberto Napoletano parlando della crisi economica: "noto nel nostro modo di far giornalismo questa siderale distanza dalla realtá".
villa.caterina 4/27/2013 10:11:19 AM
RT @_arianna: “@mathewi: "think about a media outlet more as a talent agency... built on a network of individuals" #ijf13” Kasimir Berger
via Twitter a 12.12
Journalism Festival 4/27/2013 10:13:15 AM
Formazione? Sì grazie - Roberto Napoletano parla del problema della disoccupazione giovanile. "Nel modo di fare informazione - dice -bisogna guardare a cosa succede nella vita reale delle persone."
villa.caterina 4/27/2013 10:15:51 AM
lillo 4/27/2013 10:16:31 AM
Roberto Napoletano: Se si fa formazione anche in questo momento di crisi, forse si recuperano anche le vere radici di questa professione
villa.caterina 4/27/2013 10:19:00 AM
Ricordiamo a tutti che alle 19, al Teatro Morlacchi, ci sarà la diretta streaming de Il Fatto Quotidiano. Potete comodamente seguire l'evento a questo link:
Leonardo Bianchi 4/27/2013 10:20:17 AM
Lots of skills involve specialisation, thinking about new skills. The core skill will always be recognising and telling a story. It really relies on journalists knowing technical knowledge and ecosystem knowledge. Journalists will have to know where to spend their time more effectively.
A brilliant narrative writer is just another specialist. It could be that your speciality is in developing news apps, or aggregating, or health care and the pharmaceutical industry or finding great pics of cats like in BuzzFeed.
At Columbia we teach a course that combines computer science and journalism, for people working at the forefront of the industry. These are skills that people out there don't really have.
It is worth to remember that journalism is very important. We work in exceptional and difficult circumstances, and Italian people know it. Our report acknowledges that, and shows the path for change.
lillo 4/27/2013 10:21:51 AM
Report Post Industrial Journalism not centred on business models even though we say at the beginning is that the advertising model has failed. Whatever comes next has to have a different model.
Post industrial journalism has to be a lot smaller.
Why post industrial? Coz journalism is not an industry anymore. Production process was all about to get stories from one end of the pipe to the other, packaging stories and pushing them through. This is not really fit for the future.
All reporting now can be done effectively with iPhone and old newsrooms can look outdated. There is no longer such a thing such the press addressing such a thing as the public.
Modern newsrooms look a bit like House of Cards' one - the new series released on Netflix. The series is about post industrial journalism and the relationship with politics . The series has been carefully crafted with data: authors knew people like Kevin Spacey for this kind of role, and he was cast for the role.
Newsrooms sometimes know they have to change but they are locked into processes and daily barriers and CMS issues … so that in the end they don't change.
We are talking here about a major shift from a losing model to a winning one.
We talked already about Homicide Watch in DC and Scotus Blog. The first had only two journalists, so they could not use the same tools of an old newsrooms. They used databases and social media to cover all homicides in DC area, and gathered large audiences. It is not monetisable and done in a non-political way, but it does imply a political angle.
Why the Washington Post don't do that? They have other processes.
Scotus Blog is a very niche blog for court reporting, but has become the most important source for the Supreme Court. They reported the decision more accurately than CNN because they had more legal expertees than CNN reporters.
Many startups replace old institutions, which are weak and have no more longevity, they are not strong anymore. Ecosystem has become a weak one for news. There is a great deal of money going to startups and the problem of sustainability for big, old newsrooms.
A MIXED ECOLOGY. The power shift has changed from the institution of the brand to the people. A fundamental change.
We need power, strength and longevity to hold power into account, as power has all the three of these qualities.
75% of people still get the news from word of mouth. In the older days you had a blog where people can comment but only 1% of people comment, only 9% of people would put a mark or share or whatever. Last year this percentage rose to near 76%. A really enormous change.
News are broken by people in St. Peters' Square waiting for the white smoke and feeding the news into the network in real time.
Even the NBA cannot sustain the big salaries and info structures of the old business model. (Jay Z example)
The aim has always been of serving the needs of the brand. We never thought how to give journalists the right tools to build the right narratives for the stories.
A modern news organisation is more like an agency model, perhaps. For the individual journalists is a big change. We need to think who to employ if we want to survive.
Specialisation is one answer.
Think about Nate Silver translating his skills as statistician into journalism, and the NYTimes decided to franchise his blog into the website, becoming one of the components of the political reporting effort in the rump up for the US elections.
He never attended the wHite house meetings and never went on a plane with Obama. He did it differently, got it right and became the most successful and authoritarian journalist in the US.
lillo 4/27/2013 10:22:12 AM
Sala Raffaello- parla Franco Siddi, segretario generale FNSI
villa.caterina 4/27/2013 10:22:48 AM
In sostanza per il futuro del giornalismo secondo Emily Bell l'importante è "sopravvivere".
Journalism Festival 4/27/2013 10:22:55 AM
“Journalism schools have to produce people who can lead the industry” - @emilybell #ijf13 journalism festival
via Twitter a 12.22
#ijf13 going to a journalism school is more important than it was, zegt Emily Bell. Alleen al om het belangrijke netwerk dat je er opbouwt yolan witterholt
via Twitter a 12.22
The job of journalism isn't to compete with Twitter but to coexist t.co @journalismfest @newsmodo @digitaljournal #ijf13 DSLR VIDEO STUDIO™
via Twitter a 12.22
lillo 4/27/2013 10:23:56 AM
Disrupting is more important than protecting live.festivaldelgiornalismo.com
lillo 4/27/2013 10:25:01 AM
We got to a point where it was hard to sustain a business without public intervention or direct public funding. Many Italian newspapers are subsidised by Government.
In the UK this idea his horrifying. Being under the Gov control is a terrible idea. A mixed model (American free-for-all one) and European is a desirable balance.
lillo 4/27/2013 10:27:25 AM
Anna Masera asks what Emily thinks about Pro Publica
Emily: people gave Pro Publica and HuffPost no credit, people thought they were not going to make it. Both proved critics wrong. Pro Publica's No Profit is still a business model. They use phenomenal new techniques to generate stories intersecting data reporting with social network. You might call it crowd-sourcing, ex examining contract superpacks amongst news channels investigation.
They scaled a business model based on an algorithm instead of sourcing it to few people, and it proved to be successful. And HuffPost proved to be scalable too.
lillo 4/27/2013 10:30:33 AM
Meanwhile, on TEH INTERNET
TT Twitter Italia 12:30: 1.#StellaAndYEFollowMe 2.#italywantsdemilovatoinconcert 3.#SeiCosìTroiaChe 4.#ijf13 5.#5SOSFOLLOWME 6.Buon Sabato Tendenze Italia
via Twitter a 12.30
Journalism Festival 4/27/2013 10:31:41 AM
If journalists are changing, how should editor change accordingly?
Emily: They are usually the most important but also expensive role. Editors have to be producers as well. People want to see the metaprocess of how you produces news. You'll have to display how is your news gathering and news writing process to the community - it should be part of the news brand.
lillo 4/27/2013 10:32:46 AM
Meanwhile, in the other room....two students of the Journalism School of Perugia are liveblogging.
Formazione? Si grazie - Franco Siddi: Nuovo welfare per la formazione per prevenire l'espulsione di giornalisti capaci e favorire l'accesso di nuove energie altamente qualificate.villa.caterinasabato 27 aprile 2013 a 12:33
Formazione obbligatoria? Sì grazie
Franco Siddi: "abbiamo giovani che non riescono a entrare nel mondo del lavoro, e i più grandi che a cinquant'anni spesso si trovano di fronte a una perdita di certezze".villa.caterinasabato 27 aprile 2013 a 12:28
Franco Siddi: "abbiamo bisogno di mettere in cantiere due progetti: uno complessivo, che riguardi soprattutto l'Ordine. E l'altro dedicato soprattutto ai nuovi giornalisti".villa.caterinasabato 27 aprile 2013 a 12:25
lillo 4/27/2013 10:35:50 AM
1 giornalista su 10 in Italia è un giornalista RAI e per questo la RAI ha sulle spalle una grande responsabilità. Giancarlo Ghirra chiede a Luigi Gubitosi se la RAI torberá a investire sulla formazione.
villa.caterina 4/27/2013 10:36:30 AM
REAL-LIFE GEMS IN THIS DREAMY PERUGIA, #IJF13
lillo 4/27/2013 10:37:58 AM
You need to be really quick and really good. The question of how quick is irrelevant. Everybody, long or short form, need to be part of the conversation in real-time. Sometimes in networks not belonging to your organisation, but you need to be there so people trust you when you make an intervention.
lillo 4/27/2013 10:40:19 AM
Question from Steve Buttry about ethical challenges.
lillo 4/27/2013 10:41:27 AM
La più rilevante innovazione nel giornalismo dai tempi del telefono.
Si tratta ovviamente di Twitter, secondo Emily Bell.
Journalism Festival 4/27/2013 10:42:59 AM
Sala Raffaello - Luigi Gubitosi parla dell'investimento sulla formazione in RAI
villa.caterina 4/27/2013 10:43:47 AM
Question from Steve Buttry about ethical challenges.lillosabato 27 aprile 2013 a 12:41Emily: the stream and the personality and the transparency of a journalist has become fundamental, and it is ultimately down to you as a journalist.
In the tech-blogging community the founder of Tech Crunch said very publicly that he takes money from tech companies sponsoring articles on the website. The model is shifting. The crucial decision is to be transparent about your fundings. The more you are, the more you'll have a sustainable audience.
BE VERY OPEN ABOUT WHAT YOU ARE DOING
lillo 4/27/2013 10:43:51 AM
Question from the audience
All newspapers in Italy are working towards a better integration between paper and online. Is this a sustainable model?
Good question. People tend to make faster progresses when things are not integrated. If you accept the print is going away in the not-too-distant future... if you accept that, the fact that digital operations will be key... then it'll make sense to work for both. If not, it does not make sense. If you are in the middle, it feels right to build a bridge. You'll see a trend now of people saying:DON'T INTEGRATE, FIND OTHER WAYS. Cost cutting will be unavoidable, but for good.
lillo 4/27/2013 10:47:56 AM
Anna Masera: how much time is left if we don't follow your model?
There is no one right recipe. There are different markets and environements. It really is dictated by who your readership is. If they are under 25, and you don't reach to them on social media and mobile, you'll never catch your readership, and lose -- AND DIE (I add this, muahhahaha)
lillo 4/27/2013 10:49:56 AM
How long have you got left with print?
There is no single news organisation in UK or US which is not contemplating cutting paper. Enough said.
lillo 4/27/2013 10:51:04 AM
Emily Bell: Auto-referentiality on social media LOSES. Genuinely engage people with what you really think is interesting, even elsewhere.
lillo 4/27/2013 10:54:05 AM
Intanto, nell'altro panel...
Formazione? Si, grazie
Domanda dal pubblico: c'è un ragionamento sull'unificazione della formazione giornalistica in Italia?
Risponde Ghirra: c'è uno sforzo di uniformarsi ma non in modo burocratico. Formazione dal punto di vista dell' Ordine è insegnare cose buone del giornalismo italianovilla.caterinasabato 27 aprile 2013 a 12:47
Gubitosi: "stiamo completando un piano di pensionamenti a carico dell'azienda. Con l'adesione volontaria di 400 giornalisti. Questo porterá alla possibilitá di assumere dei giovani".villa.caterinasabato 27 aprile 2013 a 12:41
lillo 4/27/2013 10:55:45 AM
lillo 4/27/2013 12:41:17 PM