National Library of Australia Digital Culture talk
The internet revolution has been the greatest structural shock to hit the mainstream media since the introduction of television. Crikey.com founder Stephen Mayne will assess how online journalism is fundamentally changing traditional media and whether any of the so-called 'user-generated content' of Web 2.0 should even be called journalism. Whilst some media companies are now embracing the internet as an opportunity and dominating the space, many are feeling seriously threatened. And with such an extraordinary fragmentation and proliferation of information in cyberspace, what is the role of libraries in recording journalism's traditional 'first draft of history approach' to the news as it unfolds?
Date: 29 August 2007
Time: 12.30 to 13.30
Venue: National Library of Australia Theatre
The speaker, Stephen Mayne, will be introduced by Michele Huston, Director Web Publishing, National Library of Australia.
Web Content Manager
Web Publishing Branch, IT Division
National Library of Australia
Tel: +61 2 6262 1542
Tuesday, August 07, 2007
Online journalism with Crikey.com, Canberra