Examples of what the BBC has done for online journalism. The way BBC staff write for the web is second to none. I use the headlines as particularly good examples. Paul Bradshaw invites suggestions to add to the list he put together.
Curation has always been part of journalism. Now CMS, social bookmarking and other forms of social media gives journalists better tools.
In this interview Andy Carvin from American public radio service NPR talks about this curation of the Egyptian revolution.
“Don’t even start writing till you have decided what the one big thing is going to be, and then say it to yourself in just one sentence.” See if you can do it in just six words. A story with a clear focus makes more sense."
Former production editor and community manager at Journalism.co.uk teaching online journalism on two NCTJ courses.
Former digital content and social media editor for six newspaper websites in West Sussex.
Experienced journalist and sub-editor.
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