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Journalism workflow -- automation, productivity

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Kristian Hammond, co-director of the Northwestern University computer-science deparment, moderates a panel on how to manage newsroom workflow. Panelists were Albert Hauptmann, systems scientist at Carnegie Mellon University; Solana Larsen, co-managing editor of GlobalVoicesOnline.org; Carol Minton Moore, a one-time fourth-grade teacher and spokesman for the National Science Digital Library; and Rob Lamb, customer and partner development director at Clickability.com.

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Participant journalism, interacting, authoring

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At the Georgia Tech Computation and Journalism Symposium Feb. 23, 2008, Nora Paul of the University of Minnesota, moderates the panel, "Participant Journalism and Journalism Participation: Interacting and Authoring New Media," wih panelists Ian Bogost, Georgia Tech videogame designer and professor; Ezra Cooperstein, development director for viewer-created content at Current.TV; Lila King, senior producer for user participation at CNN.com, and Wilson Miner, designer and co-founder of EverBlock.com

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Georgia Tech: Keynotes and ubiquitous journalism

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This is unedited audio of two sessions at the Georgia Tech Symposium on Computation and Journalism held Feb. 22-23, 2008 in Atlanta. The audio begins part way through the introduction by Irfan Essa, conference convenor, then continues with keynote addresses by Google's Krisna Bharat and American Public Media's Michael Skoler. Then after a few minutes' of break, the audio picks up with a panel on Unbiquitous Journalism, with moderator Leonard Witt of Kennesaw State University, along with panelists Mark Hansons, of UCLA; Sanjay Sood of AllVoices.com; and Leah Clver of Pownce.com.

The community embedded journalist -- Paul Bass

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Paul Bass is a different kind of embedded journalist. Raised in New York City suburbs, Bass came to college at Yale University and never really left New Haven, Conn. Now in his late-40s, Bass worked for the city's once-family-owned-daily, edited the alternative weekly and then took a break to work on a book. When he was finished, he realized he couldn't stay away from a newsroom. But instead of returning to the established ones, he created his own, in a spare bedroom of his urban home.

9Neighbors founder Rick Burnes interviewed by MGP

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In December, 2007, 9Neighbors founder Rick Burnes was interviewed by Media Giraffe Project assistant editor Sara Majka. Listen to the audio by clicking on the carat on the left of the bar below, or dowload the MP3 audio (24 minutes; 11MB)

Jon Garfunkel talks about New York Times traffic changes after pay wall removed (Part 2 of 2)

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Jon Garfunkel talks about New York Times' removal of web "pay wall" (Part 1 of 2)

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Markos Moulitsas MGP interview, prior to BU speech

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Here is the audio track of a 15-minute interview with Markos Moulitsas, part of a videotaped interview conducted by Bill Densmore just before Moulitsas gave a 30-minute speech at Boston University in November, 2007.  . . stream audio by clicking on carat on bar below or download MP3 PODCAST.

Understanding "Second Life" -- two experts help

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Markos Moulitas speaks at Boston Univ.

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Markosmoulitsash Daily Kos founder Markos Moulitsas speaks on Friday, Oct.

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