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Warum Blogger und Verlage nicht zu einander finden – ein Erklärungsversuch

Das Vorwurfskarussell, Kulturkriege und der digitale Graben

Das Vorwurfskarussell ist das treibende Prinzip unserer Gesellschaft:
Wenn irgendwo irgendetwas schief läuft, hauen sich alle Beteiligten danach so lange zusammenhangslos Vorwürfe um die Ohren, bis allen schwindelig ist und sie wieder aus dem Karussell hinaus torkeln und zwar genau da, wo sie eingestiegen sind. Nur dass ihnen jetzt auch noch schlecht ist.”

Marc Uwe Kling “Die Trocknertheorie” in Das Känguru-Manifest

Ein trauriges Beispiel dieser wenig hilfreichen Form der Kommunikation haben Rhein-Zeitungs-Chefredakteur Christian Lindner und Digitalstratege Thomas Knüwer gerade im Medium Magazin abgeliefert.

Das Problem: Es treffen zwei Kulturen aufeinander, die die jeweils andere nicht verstehen. Continue reading

Don’t Underestimate the Printed Web! – Lessons from the Library

Print is dead – online lives! Right?

The printed web: Books on investigative journalism, online journalism & digital life

You would think that with a growing online culture, actual printed books become less and less important. Well, at le

ast I thought so when I started the research for my thesis at the library this week… Continue reading

Digital Journalism – Thesis Topic #12 – Range of Research

Update: I got my thesis on the reinvention of reporting approved by my mentor on Nov. 30th! Work on the topic can now start! See for example the resource collection “Readings in Digital Journalism

I went in with a vague idea, I came out with an abundance of vague ideas. Great!

Last week’s visit to my MA advisor didn’t quite go the way I had hoped, although it was highly interesting. But it did help me to get along a bit. One week later, I’ve brought some order into the chaos of my thesis-occupied mind.

Below, you find a list of possible paths I’m considering for my thesis in the world of journalism. Next step will be to pick one of these and get down a thesis proposal.

the topics condensed into to main themes/subjects on which I will continue to work in order to get a thesis proposal going… 😉

For resources in the field, see my collection of Readings in Digital Journalism (aka New Journalism or Journalism 2.0)

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New Submissions!

Today I am a happy editor! I received creative writing submissions I did not ask for!!

As some of you may know, I am editor-in-chief of HOWL Magazine, Continue reading

The Art of Missing (news) – Can Newspapers Afford it?

Monday night, “Lobo-Night”, two worlds that rarely meet clashed (and united) in a concrete paper storage basement of Rhein-Zeitung Continue reading