The March Carnival of journalism is all about impact. How do we measure the impact of journalism?
It was a questioned posed by Greg Linch earlier this year in a fantastic post (you really should give it a gander).
And now our fearless karaoke host asks all of you: “What’s the best way — or ways — to measure journalism and how?” Again – for some ideas on thinking check Linch’s post.
Not an easy question to ask or answer. But that is your task.
Deadline: Friday March 30th.
When you’ve got your post submit it as a comment here and/or email the group.
This month’s Carnival was hosted by Steve Outing at Test Kitchen. He writes
For February, I have been humbled to be the host (a.k.a., ringmaster) of the Carnival of Journalism, a monthly all-invited blogfest of journalism thinkers. This virtual gathering convenes once a month, thanks to the continued commitment of Digidave (a.k.a., David Cohn) to keep it going. Hurray, David!
As temporary host, I asked anyone willing to answer:
What emerging technology or digital trend do you think will have a significant impact on journalism in the year or two ahead? And how do you see it playing out in terms of application by journalists, and impact?
The answers are in! … And, in the spirit of the question, I’m using Storify to present a curated presentation of the blog posts of those who answered the call. (Storify, after all, represents a couple key digital trends that show signs of continuing to accelerate: curation and crowd-sourcing.) … If I missed including yours, let me know and I’ll add it.
And to do the round up he used Storify!
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