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Knight Challenge Round 2: Journalism Doctor Telepresence

Sunday, November 30th, 2008

My Journalism Doctor Telepresence Reporting Experiment made it into Round 2 of the $5 million Knight News Challenge. I just uploaded the Round 2 materials about an hour ago.
I noticed in the first round they had about 2,300 applicants. The deadline for the Round 2 submissions is Monday, December 1, 2008 and so far the [...]

See Twitter News Experiment on Super Tuesday

Thursday, January 31st, 2008

A couple of days ago, I blogged about Robert Scoble combining Twitter and livestreamingas a way of involving audience in real time interviews. Afterwards, Shelby Highsmith, aka, the shelbinator , an MTV StreetTeam08 citizen journalist covering the 2008 presidential race, said he will be doing the same on Super Tuesday. You can watch or even join his experiment. I asked [...]

Nokia, Reuters Try Mobile Journalism Experiment

Friday, October 26th, 2007

   Over the last few months, I have bumped into several people at conferences testing as a freebie the Nokia N95, which is a combination 5 pixel camera, cellphone, video camera, GPS and more all combined into a wallet-sized package. Apparently Reuters and Nokia have been testing the N95 all summer and blogging about it at  Reuters Mobile [...]