The Public Media 2.0 series on MediaShift is sponsored by American University’s Center for Social Media (CSM) through a grant from the Ford Foundation. Learn more about CSM’s research on emerging public media trends and standards at futureofpublicmedia.net.
About this Series
How are public media makers and outlets evolving in the digital, participatory age? Stories in this week’s special package examine how various players are rising to this challenge, from public stations, to community access projects, to citizen journalists. MediaShift contributors will report back from this weekend’s national Public Media Camp in D.C., where developers and community members will join public broadcasting staffers to brainstorm digital projects and engagement strategies. Kim Fox of the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation will offer crowdsourcing and citizen journalism lessons learned from its coverage of the G20. And we’ll take a look at what viral public broadcasting spoofs tell us about what still needs work.
The entire series is linked below.
Check Out All the Posts
> 5 Emerging Trends That Give Hope for Public Media 2.0 by Jessica Clark
> Public Media Experiments Show Promise, Need to Involve Public by Katie Donnelly
> How Public Access TV Evolved into Community Media Centers by Colin Rhinesmith
> A Viral Video Takedown of Public Radio by Todd Beiber
> NPR, PBS Try to Tame Controversy, Embrace Tech at PubCamp by Corbin Hiar
> How Should Public Media Respond to Efforts to Defund It? by Jessica Clark
> The Business of Public Radio – WNYC Bulks Up, Builds Out by Dorian Benkoil
> Innovative Projects at Public Media Camp 2010 by Amanda Hirsch
> 5Across – What’s Next for Public Media?, a video roundtable discussion hosted by Mark Glaser
> 8 Key Lessons Learned Working with Citizen Journos by Kim Fox
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The Public Media 2.0 series on MediaShift is sponsored by American University’s Center for Social Media (CSM) through a grant from the Ford Foundation. Learn more about CSM’s research on emerging public media trends and standards at futureofpublicmedia.net.Related