Posted on July 24, 2007
Looking for a textbook for online journalism?
The PDF version of “Journalism 2.0” (132 pages) is available for download (free) at the Knight Citizen News Network (J-Lab) Web site.
- Foreword by Phil Meyer
- Chapter 1: FTP, MB, RSS, Oh My
- Chapter 2: Web 2.0
- Chapter 3: Tools and Toys
- Chapter 4: New Reporting Methods
- Chapter 5: How to Blog
- Chapter 6: How to Report News for the Web
- Chapter 7: Digital Audio and Podcasting
- Chapter 8: Shooting and Managing Digital Photos
- Chapter 9: Shooting Video for News and Feature Stories
- Chapter 10: Basic Video Editing
- Chapter 11: Writing Scripts, Doing Voice-overs
- Epilogue: Putting It All Together
See complete contents listing.
I have not had time to evaluate this yet, but it might save a lot of journalism students from buying an out-of-date textbook this fall! If you’ve given it a thorough examination, please post a comment and let us know what you think of it.
Update (July 26): Ron Sylvester wrote on his blog, Multimedia Reporter: “The guys out there pushing 50, like me, really can benefit from this.”