During my trip to Australia, I was invited to deliver a keynote at the Screen Futures conference in Melbourne.
In the talk, I explored the promise and practice of participatory journalism.
It draws on the data from my co-authored book, Participatory Journalism: Guarding Open Gates at Online Newspapers.
We found that journalists are navigating uncharted waters – figuring out how to bring in the audience into the professional process of producing journalism at a time when the practice of what we called “journalism” tries to retain its structure and integrity, its rules and roles, its organizations and its traditions.
Here are the slides from the talk.