(Click) Media- Web 2.0 Tools and Practices for Journalists

“Compete”- Embeddable Comparative Analytics for Up to 5 Websites at Once

Posted in Journalism 2.0, Uncategorized, web 2.0, Web 2.0 Tools for Journalists by Nela on July 22, 2008

Compete is an excellent research tool for those who are interested in comparing the impact of competitive websites in any field.

Here is an example of a custom comparison of 5 top social network companies, based on the number of visits per month, over the period of the last 12 months.

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Who Owns What? Muckety Maps of Power Relationships

Posted in Web 2.0 Tools for Journalists by Nela on July 17, 2008

Interactive, searchable and embeddable, Muckety maps explore the relationships between companies and people who work for them.

Rupert Murdoch Power Relationships at the Interactive Muckety Maps

Rupert Murdoch Power Relationships at the Interactive Muckety Maps

Browsable by name, organization, or category (i.e. media, politics, etc.), Muckety Maps are a good way for figuring out the people behind big companies and news organizations. Excellent for those interested in media conglomerates and media monopoly.
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Web 2.0 Landscape of The Top 60 Most Sucessful Social Media Companies

Posted in Journalism 2.0, web 2.0, Web 2.0 Tools for Journalists by Nela on July 16, 2008

Click for a larger view.

Courtesy of: Future Exploration Net

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Read Today’s Frontpages All in One at Newseum- 600+ Newspapers from 60+ Countries Worldwide

Posted in Web 2.0 Tools for Journalists by Nela on July 16, 2008

Newseum’s Today’s Front Pages is an excellent everyday tool for anyone interested in reading front pages of newspapers around the world. Currently, it offers access to over 640 newspapers from more than 60 countries.

Todays’ Frontpages is searchable through map view or gallery view, by region, country, or newspaper title. A readable pdf file is also available for each page.

This is how it looks like with a map option

Instant overview of 600+ newspaper front pages worldwide each day, available in gallery, interactive map, and pdf view.

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Think Flickr, Think!

Posted in censorship by Nela on July 15, 2008

Big Fish Eats Small Fish

Posted in media monopoly by Nela on July 3, 2008

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