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Digital Journalism Camp 2011: Spending The Day With People Who Are Changing Journalism (UPDATE)

Last Saturday I had the pleasure of taking part in the second annual Digital Journalism Camp in Downtown Portland Oregon. Webtrends graciously agreed to donate the space and Justin Kistner his time, to support this conference founded in 2009 by someone I’d describe as a journalist iconoclast Abraham Hyatt. In the last two years the landscape has changed among newspapers and blogs- quite frankly from an early distain and mistrust- now finding ourselves in 2011 with examples of collaborative efforts underway between traditional news organizations supporting smaller and more nimble web and mobile media. As an example “Blogging” and “Traditional Print Media” aren’t dirty words anymore and the two groups can get into a room together and share insight into producing good journalism using their platforms of choice. Everyone is learning.

It’s that spirit that was alive on Saturday, described best by the conference itself:

Digital Journalism Camp is about spending the day with the people who are actively changing journalism. You’re going to learn from — and share with — the people who have found solutions to the challenges you face, whether you’re a beat reporter, a blogger or a publisher.

As a self-described journalism groupie I wanted to lend support to this event, so I brought a couple cameras. Special thanks to Jeff Bunch and Eitan Tsur who handled recording in each room. Because of them, we were able to capture all the conference presentations.

Business for Bloggers: Revenue and management strategies for niche sites

Web Today, Print Next Week: Best online practices from non-daily journalists

Goodbye day job: Lessons from three startup founders

Unheard Voices: Can digital tools give marginalized communities a voice?



Mark S. Luckie Keynote: How to out-innovate the innovators

Abraham Hyatt: Welcome

Ethics, Rights and Responsibilities

Audio Editing and Recording for Journalists

Video Storytelling

Backgrounding Sources

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