November 16, 2008
What can the news media learn from the Obama campaign?
Welcome to this month's Carnival of Journalism, a monthly celebration of the best in blogging about journalism
This month's topic, suggested by Bryan Murley from the Center for Innovation in College Media by:
What can newspapers (or the news media) learn from the Obama campaign?
I'll be posting responses to this one as they come in, between now and Tuesday.
- Jack Lail gives us Five Ws from the Barack Obama campaign: the five best web 2.0 or technology uses in the campaign.
- John Hassell tells us what we can learn from the mobile aspects of the Obama campaign.
- Charlie Beckett builds on Jack's post to suggest that you don't just have to go onlone, you have to participate in online culture.
- Bryan Murley answers his own question with five "E"s. No, not that sort.
- Alfred Hermida suggest that we need to stop peering at the social media world, but need to dive right in. That's what gave Obama an edge.
- Adrian Monck follows the money - and discovers where Obama was a big spender.
- Doug Fisher looks at things from the other angle - and suggests that the media has let government overtake them technologically, and that may have serious consequences.
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