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July 29 2011

14:02

Reporting from Your Mobile Phone? The Mobile Media Toolkit Can Help

Drumroll, please! MobileActive.org is pleased to introduce the Mobile Media Toolkit, the newest project that's all about Making Media Mobile.

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The Mobile Media Toolkit helps you make sense of the growing role of mobile tech in media. The Toolkit provides how-to guides, wireless tools, and case studies on how mobile phones can (and are) being used for reporting, news broadcasting, and citizen media. We cover it all, from basic feature phones to the latest smartphone applications.

It's an exciting week for us here at MobileActive.org as we launch the Mobile Media Toolkit. We have been interviewing people, researching projects, and testing tools to bring you this free resource. It's designed to help you evaluate and effectively deploy the right tools for reporting and sharing content on and to mobile devices.

The Mobile Media Toolkit is funded by the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation. We won an award in 2009 from the Knight News Challenge in the area of Journalism and Media Innovation. We have been working hard ever since to develop, test and share with you this free resource that's all about Making Media Mobile.

Please visit the Toolkit here. Share it with others. Add to it! It's available in English, Spanish and Arabic.

So, please join us and say welcome, bienvenidos, and مرحبا to the Mobile Media Toolkit!

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July 27 2011

14:18

July 14 2011

09:03

What it was like to write for 'News of the World' - confessions of a reporter

Hollywood Reporter :: A former staffer describes for The Hollywood Reporter, or THR how she was sent with a tiny "pen cam" with orders to catch Mike Tyson in a "cocaine orgy"; finding none, editors embellished her story with "three-way sex and other activities I had not witnessed."

In 2006, this U.S.-based author spent four months working at the Rupert Murdoch-owned Brithsh tabloid. She answered to then-editor-in-chief Andy Coulson, who would resign in 2007 over the phone-hacking scandal that has engulfed News Corp. and led to the closing of the 168-year-old newspaper. In her own words, she describes her experience.

Continue to read the exclusive story Anonymous, www.hollywoodreporter.com

September 17 2010

14:07

August 16 2010

16:59

Cool (or is it hot?) standup…

CBS News - Steve Hartman on the two sides of weather

Thanks to b-rol for the link to a standup by Steve Hartmen unlike any I’ve seen. Just goes to prove creativity and imagination make the story. Oh – and knowing that what comes around goes around comes around again.


August 09 2010

14:30

How to be a Local Sports Reporter : How to Write Good Sports Journalism

Learn how to write good sports journalism as aprofessional sports broadcaster with expert broadcasting tips in this free online sports journalism video clip. Expert: Jamal Spencer Bio: Jamal Spencer has worked for ABC 53 in Lansing for 2 years. He started as an intern and now has a full-time position helping run the sports department at ABC 53. Filmmaker: Bartholomew DiVietri
Video Rating: 5 / 5

August 03 2010

22:45

How to be a Local Sports Reporter : How to Cover Outdoor Sports as a Reporter

Learn how to cover outdoor sports as aprofessional sports broadcaster with expert broadcasting tips in this free online sports journalism video clip. Expert: Jamal Spencer Bio: Jamal Spencer has worked for ABC 53 in Lansing for 2 years. He started as an intern and now has a full-time position helping run the sports department at ABC 53. Filmmaker: Bartholomew DiVietri

Location: West Coast Park (Singapore) News article on 29th June 2009 Monday Visit: www.tnp.com.sg
Video Rating: 0 / 5

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