Drones And Journalism

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Drones And Journalism

Author : Phil Chamberlain
ISBN : 9781317211044
Genre : Social Science
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Drones and Journalism explores the increased use of unmanned aerial vehicles, or drones, by the global media for researching and newsgathering purposes. Phil Chamberlains examines the technological development and capabilities of contemporary drone hardware, whilst also exploring the use of drones in investigative reporting, in the reporting of humanitarian crisis, and the use of this new technology in more mainstream media practices. The book also analyses the complex place of the media’s drone use in relation to international laws, as well as the ethical challenges and issues raised by the practice.
Category: Social Science

Responsible Drone Journalism

Author : Astrid Gynnild
ISBN : 9781351671811
Genre : Social Science
File Size : 71.22 MB
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Camera drones provide unique visual perspectives and add new dimensions to storytelling and accountability in journalism. Simultaneously, the rapidly expanding uses of drones as advanced sensor platforms raise new legislative, ethical and transparency issues. Responsible Drone Journalism investigates the opportunities and dilemmas of using drones for journalistic purposes in a global perspective. Drawing on a framework of responsible research and innovation (RRI), the book explores responsible drone journalism from multiple perspectives, including new cultures of learning, flying in lower airspace, drone education and concerns about autonomous agents and big data surveillance. By widening the discussion of drone journalism, the book is ideal for journalism teachers and students, as well as politicians, lawmakers, drone developers and citizens with an interest in the responsible use of camera drones.
Category: Social Science

Digital Journalism Drones And Automation

Author : Cate Dowd
ISBN : 9780190655860
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
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""The next generation of systems and practices in journalism will require knowledge beyond online editing techniques, aggregation, social media flow and assumptions about fake news. The profession may also want to aim for ethical practices in journalism to be embedded in algorithms for new systems. Engagement in an early design phase may also be useful for scoping reforms for online and social media legislation. However, these pursuits require higher levels of understanding about backend data and online systems, and development of formal vocabulary for journalism concepts and practices. This new domain knowledge should also be expressed in ontological models, informed by participatory approaches. Some problems to be addressed include editorial control issues and fair distribution of news stories and other challenges of data and online systems. Problematic issues should also include the lack of transparency in corporate data sharing arrangements. The semantic language for future systems for journalism will be distinctly different from the vocabulary and classifications used for online news tags. It will also need to distinguish the vocabulary for social media things in context of journalism. Most importantly, the design of new systems will need participatory and semantic design methods that can support the need for high-level knowledge of data and semantic search methods. The influence of social media partnerships in news and backend data sharing are other problem areas. Data via integrated media systems in news organisations flows onto cloud servers where it is processed with a myriad of methods. These hubs are for the new generation of data sharing, where large volumes of data are sorted and processed at accelerated speeds, for a range of purposes. Cloud servers are now literally the highest levels of digital convergence, other than legislation, and the latter is lagging. This is where data is shared for advertising, social media benefits and other domain purposes. Integrated media systems bring benefits for global networked news media organisations, but they also enable more monetisation of data via cloud servers. ""--
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Historical Dictionary Of Journalism

Author : Ross Eaman
ISBN : 9781538125045
Genre :
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Historical Dictionary of Journalism, Second Edition covers 46 countries, it contains a chronology, an introduction, an extensive bibliography, the dictionary section has more than 300 cross-referenced entries on a wide array of topics such as African-American journalism, the historiography of the field, the New Journalism, and women in journalism.

Interactive Journalism

Author : Nikki Usher
ISBN : 9780252098956
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
File Size : 61.77 MB
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Interactive journalism has transformed the newsroom. Emerging out of changes in technology, culture, and economics, this new specialty uses a visual presentation of storytelling that allows users to interact with the reporting of information. Today it stands at a nexus: part of the traditional newsroom, yet still novel enough to contribute innovative practices and thinking to the industry. Nikki Usher brings together a comprehensive portrait of nothing less than a new journalistic identity. Usher provides a comprehensive history of the impact of digital technology on reporting, photojournalism, graphics, and other disciplines that define interactive journalism. Her eyewitness study of the field's evolution and accomplishments ranges from the interactive creation of Al Jazeera English to the celebrated data desk at the Guardian to the New York Times' Pulitzer-endowed efforts in the new field. What emerges is an illuminating, richly reported portrait of the people coding a revolution that may reverse the decline and fall of traditional journalism.
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Sudden Justice

Author : Chris Woods
ISBN : 9780190202590
Genre : Political Science
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Explores the secretive history of the United States' use of armed drones and their key role not only on today's battlefields, but also in a covert targeted killing project that has let to the deaths of thousands. There is a covert war, one in which drones scour the skies of Yemen, Pakistan and Somalia in search of militant and terrorist targets
Category: Political Science


Author : Kevin Howley
ISBN : 1433147416
Genre : Discourse analysis
File Size : 62.18 MB
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Drones: Media Discourse and the Public Imagination starts with a basic premise: technology shapes and is shaped by the stories we tell about it. Stories about drones--at once anxious and hopeful, fearful and awe-inspired--are emblematic of the profound ambivalence that frequently accompanies the introduction of new technologies. Through critical analysis of a variety of cultural forms--from newspaper headlines, nightly newscasts, and documentary films, to advertising, entertainment media, and graphic arts--this book demonstrates the prevalence of drones in global battlefields and domestic airspace, public discourse, and the popular imagination. Written in a lively, engaging, and accessible style, Kevin Howley argues that media discourse plays a decisive role in shaping these new technologies, understanding their application in various spheres of human activity, and integrating them into everyday life. In doing so, Howley highlights the relationship between discursive and material practice in the social construction of technology.
Category: Discourse analysis

Drones And Entertainment

Author : Laura La Bella
ISBN : 9781508173403
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
File Size : 74.92 MB
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Drones go where humans fear or are unable to tread. This remains true for drones in the military and law enforcement sphere, but also for venues that could popularize drones: the entertainment and media sectors. This book covers the background of drone technology with detailed explorations of how drones may both revolutionize (and complicate) the fields of newsgathering, film and television production, sports and special event broadcasts, photography, and much more. Readers will also benefit from the book's in-depth look at drones' implications for personal privacy, copyright, and other legal implications, such as the regulatory environment surrounding drone use itself.
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

The Herald

Author :
ISBN : UCLA:L0105695696
Genre : Pakistan
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Category: Pakistan

Become A U S Commercial Drone Pilot

Author : John Deans
ISBN : 1770402683
Genre : Crafts & Hobbies
File Size : 56.30 MB
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All across America, people are learning to fly. Drones are taking to the skies to help in search-and-rescue, industry, journalism and hobbies. While drones look like toys, they are anything but. They require the discipline of a pilot and the legal support of a license. But how do you get approved to take the controls? John Deans has gone through the paces to get his Federal Aviation Administration license to fly drones, and his book will help you understand how you can get your drone wings. His step-by-step guide identifies the preparation and practice necessary to earn your license.So while there are thousands of drone pilots emerging in this exciting field of technology, photography and security, they're still required to undergo strict and exacting licensing procedures. John Deans provides a comprehensive legal guide to secure your license and safely operate a drone.
Category: Crafts & Hobbies

Existential Journalism

Author : John Calhoun Merrill
ISBN : UOM:39076005402198
Genre : Existentialism
File Size : 90.83 MB
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Category: Existentialism

American Journalism

Author :
ISBN : STANFORD:36105113273614
Genre : Journalism
File Size : 70.62 MB
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Category: Journalism

The Manipulators

Author : Ilya Gerol
ISBN : UVA:X001493252
Genre : Journalism
File Size : 50.2 MB
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Category: Journalism

In The Name Of Security Secrecy Surveillance And Journalism

Author : Johan Lidberg
ISBN : 9781783087716
Genre : Social Science
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The terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center in New York on 11 September 2001 saw the start of the so-called war on terror. The aim of ‘In the Name of Security – Secrecy, Surveillance and Journalism’ is to assess the impact of surveillance and other security measures on in-depth public interest journalism. How has the global fear-driven security paradigm sparked by 11 September affected journalism? At the core of the book sits what the authors have labeled the ‘trust us dilemma’. Governments justify passing, at times, oppressive and far-reaching anti-terror laws to keep citizens safe from terror. By doing so governments are asking the public to trust their good intentions and the integrity of the security agencies. But how can the public decide to trust the government and its agencies if it does not have access to information on which to base its decision? ‘In the Name of Security – Secrecy, Surveillance and Journalism’ takes an internationally comparative approach using case studies from the powerful intelligence-sharing group known as the Five Eyes consisting of the US, Canada, the UK, Australia and New Zealand. Chapters assessing a selection of EU countries and some of the BRICS countries provide additional and important points of comparison to the English-speaking countries that make up the Five Eyes.
Category: Social Science