May 2011 marked the arrival of Twitter to journalism. The micro blogging network owes its acceptance into the media industry as a source and even an editorial tool to two international events: the raid on Bin Laden’s compound and the charging of the former IMF head.
News seen on the web and about the web. From Monday to Friday at 8.20 am Paris time.
In this edition: WikiLeaks releases a list of governments using “weaponized malware”; outrage over a “Human Zoo” installation in the UK; and a man high-fiving passers-by in New...
2014-09-16 Social Media
In this edition: news media urged not to show ISIS videos; the "Book Bucket challenge" sweeping the web; and a golfing duo in a pretty impressive display.
2014-09-12 Social Media
In this edition: reactions to Barack Obama's speech on the Islamic state organisation, a campaign to stop violence against aboriginal women in Canada, and an original cover...
2014-09-15 Social Media
In this edition: online reactions to the death of David Haines; politicians in the Philippines challenged to ride public transport; and a billiards champ in a stunning display.
And what if the future of investigative journalism lies in the web? Leading French website "Enquête ouverte" is France's leading crowdsourcing website for data and information....