Human as media: The Emancipation of Authorship is the potential given to the majority of citizens to promote (or publish) their ideas far beyond their immediate circle.
The media business switched from ad revenue to reader revenue circa 2014. No longer being the ‘corporate media’, the media started seeking support from the ‘donating audience’, providing not news but rather news validation to comply with the demands of… Read More ›
A tie between cyber journalists and bio-journalists has already occurred. – Three threats to journalism. – News story on earthquake and tectonic shifts. – Generative journalism. – Two arguments about “robots’ incapability”. – Road map for robot journalism. – Forecasts… Read More ›
The emancipation of authorship (Miroshnichenko, 2013) has led to an exponential growth in the number of information sources. Anyone who goes online is immediately inundated with huge amounts of information, more than a human being could previously absorb in a… Read More ›
Media futurist Andrey Miroshnichenko talks about the ways internet changes our daily lives. Polina Ryzhova 28.09.2015, 13:32, Gazeta.ru Twitter revolutions, religious extremism, “the new Dark Age” – these are social reactions towards the fast-paced media evolution of recent years, says… Read More ›
Is the Internet really just a supplier of rubbish? One of the video presentations of American media thinker Clay Shirky is entitled It’s Not Information Overload. It’s Filter Failure.[i] The problem is not the volume or quality of information, but… Read More ›
“Does a journalism education still matter?” asked Professor Joe Banks recently on J-Source. He clarified, “The question lingers because of the array of digital tools at the disposal of the general public”. Among the other “yes-answers”, he argued that editors… Read More ›