LSBU Journalists

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News storytelling in a digital landscape by Vin Ray

The article by Vin Ray starts by suggesting that story telling, is a form of long form story that is becoming more and more in-effective. After an article written in 2009 by The Times headlined “The interent is killing storytelling”.  Macintyre believes that the internet has a lot of information, however because of this it does not have the narrative part, in-order to effectivily be ab...

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Vice Audience Information

Demographics: 36% male 64% female 60% of their audience views vice on mobile Majority (44%) are college graduates Key Audience Characteristics: Love discovering what’s new – 227 Adventurous – 153 Rely on online streaming for watching television – 223 Self employed – 340 On social media throughout the whole day – 161 Main Topics and Their Viewings: Lifestyle and entertainment Male...

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My mentor

I had a brief chat with my year two mentor, Hannah Turner. She gave me an insight into the first year of the course, as well as some general university advice and a bit of area guidance. Hannah is from Doncaster, in South East Yorkshire, which just so happens to be roughly 20 miles away from my hometown. She is also living in the same accommodation as me this year, being McLaren House.   The ...

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Journalism: New Challenges – Karen Fowler-Watt

Journalism: New Challenges – Karen Fowler-Watt

The chapter begins with two contrasting views, one being that, “The internet is killing storytelling” and the other stating that, “The internet is liberating us from the formulaic structures and scaffolding the media uses to tell stories”. These two viewpoints massively divide journalists and people alike.   Very few stories over 1000 words manage to make it viral in this modern age, due to a...

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Interview with Lydia Smith, wanting to work in TV production and a passion started at the school newspaper

As part of an investigation to find out more about the University of South Bank and the people who work in University, I emailed Lydia Smith, a second year, here at the University to see what it was that attracted here to the University and when she discovered here interested and passion for Journalism and where that passion has taken her over the years. I first wanted to find out what or who it w...

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POWER PERFORMANCE: MULTIMEDIA STORYTELLING by Tony Silvia and Terry Anzur

Back in the old days, the news was spread by the “newsboys”, selling newspapers and shouting “EXTRA, EXTRA” when a new edition came later that day. The shouting meant there had been a development on a big story so a new paper was being sold. Nowadays, the shouting no longer exists and was replaced with updates on the web. These updates are to be considered as additiona...

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“Give things a chance and don’t shy away” – Rhea Thorpe.

The first year of university can involve a lot of partying, trying to understand the basics of your course and trying to figure out who you are and where you fit in this new environment. By the second year however, you have a group of friends, you understand what your course involves and, according to LSBU student Rhea Thorpe, the work load increase. Thorpe explains how the work is “mor...

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NEWS STORYTELLING IN A DIGITAL LANDSCAPE by Vin Ray

In News Storytelling, it is discussed how long-form journalism is being influenced by new technologies, questioning its survival when, nowadays, everyone is showing more interest for short articles (like a tweet) than for long stories. However, not everyone thinks like that, and those different opinions can be clearly identified within the chapter. Nicholas Carr sees the web as an enemy and sounds...

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Nosheen Hussain Profile Interview: “Do as much as you can during your first year, as it is a massive learning curve.”

Since a very young age, Journalism Student, Nosheen Hussain aspires to become a full time Journalist and very recently, began to proceed into her second year of studies at London South Bank University. “I am so Passionate about helping to make a positive change in the world and I feel like Journalism is something that can help me achieve that. I’ve always wanted to do something that wasn’t a typic...

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Elliot King ‘Free for all: The internet’s transformation of journalism’

Elliot King’s ‘Free for all’ article explores the ways that journalism has changed over time and the role the internet has played in this change. The continuing argument through the book is that although the available technology dose not define the limits of journalism, it dose however play a large role in shaping it. King acknowledges the rise of blogging technology and in 2007 ...

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Fowler-Watt and Allan – Journalism: New Challenges – ‘News story telling in a digital landscape’

Fowler-Watt and Allan – Journalism: New Challenges – ‘News story telling in a digital landscape’

Photo Source: http://www.periodismociudadano.com This chapter investigates the questioning of whether the internet is killing storytelling – particularly long-form narrative, or positively evolving it. Whilst the internet is constantly condensing stories with the likes of Twitter as one example, there are a number of media companies such as Mediastorm and The Atavist, seeking to challen...

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WordPress

WordPress.com is extremely quick and easy to use with plenty of advantages like being able to create your own website or blog. The website has become popular over the years because its free and can be accessed on any platform. The advantages of WordPress are the use of plugins, customisable web designs, and you are able to divide you’re website into posts, pages and categories. Posts and Pag...

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WordPress

There are many advantages to using WordPress.com to create your own website or blog. WordPress has gained its popularity due to the fact its open source (free), easy to use and can be accessed on any computer with an internet access. When creating your website or blog with WordPress, the possible outcomes are endless because you have control over how it looks, what goes on it and how often th...

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Word Press

Word Press Word Press is an online service, that always users to create websites, for a variety of different reasons. Many business’ or other organisations can create websites to allow customers to visit and look at products or buy them. Other features that Word Press has; are that it will allow the website creator to look at the websites traffic to see how many web user use their website and wher...

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