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CURADORIA DE NOTíCIAS > Jornalismo móvel

Publicado o primeiro manual

04/09/2015

Um produtor de documentários e um jornalista, ambos norte-americanos, acabam de lançar o primeiro manual de jornalismo móvel, a modalidade profissional desenvolvida por meio de equipamentos digitais portáteis e através de paginas na web, redes sociais ou blogs.

Os autores, Ivo Burum e Stephen Quinn são também professores de jornalismo móvel, igualmente conhecido pela sigla inglesa MOJO (Mobile Journalism). O livro foi lançado pela Focal Press, vinculada à editora Taylor & Francis. O preço não é barato, pois varia entre R$ 128,79 na edição digital a R$ 404,21, na versão capa dura.

Segue, a reprodução de alguns trechos do livro, conforme material  publicado na Ethical Journalism Newsletter, com autorização dos editores:

The invaluable tips come in 14 chapters that combine the concept, evolution and practice of mojo, which they describe as a unique form of video making created on a mobile phone that can empower a wide range of people.

Via sophisticated apps, user-generated content (UGC) can be made into user-generated stories (UGS), and these assembled into user-generated programs (UGP). The key is training, and the adoption of an appropriate mindset or way of thinking.

Sound apps for clean iPhone recording (courtesy Routledge – Taylor & Francis Group)

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But before delving into the hardware, apps, and skills, I’ll fast-forward to Chapter 13 on the “Ethical and Legal Aspects of Mojo” stressing the need to understand privacy, defamation and trespass, and how to stay legally healthy.

Burum and Quinn note that hourly journalism involving social media, online, and mojo videos generate issues, and that the speed with which they are created intensifies them “because by the time we correct an error or apologize for an ethical breach, the story has probably moved on well past the point where those errors or breaches can ever be resolved.”

Myths about defamation (courtesy Routledge – Taylor & Francis Group)

The authors debunk defamation myths, cautioning mojos not to be lulled into a false sense of security by assuming they don’t get sued for defamation, only their publications do; that they’re safe if they give both sides of the story; and that they’re protected if they quote someone else making a defamatory statement.

To avoid defamation, they also advise mojos to ensure all their information is correct, and can be proved — no small task when content is being churned out 24/7 at beak-neck speed.

According to the book, technology analysts estimate more than 1.4 billion smartphones will ship in 2015, making mobile a game changer, and for large social and media companies a digital cross-screen bridge.

Hence the need for SCRAP, the elements of mojo story telling.

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SCRAP: Road map for User-Generated Stories (courtesy Routledge – Taylor & Francis Group)

Ficha técnica do livro (ainda não há tradução para o português)

MOJO: The Mobile Journalism Handbook
How to Make Broadcast Videos with an iPhone or iPad
Por
Ivo Burum, Stephen Quinn   Focal Press – 2016 – 322 páginas

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