8 questions about shareable content

1- Could you briefly introduce yourself, what you do, your area of expertise and how long have you been doing this?

2- How would you define the term of ‘spreadable news’ and what impact [direct or indirect] does it have on journalism?

2.2- Could you give me a few examples of the way journalists have to adapt their work to make it more ‘sharable’ and relevant to the audience?

3- Would you agree that journalists and media producers have to develop a close relationship with the audience and leave some room for them to create their own news stories?

4- Just to break it down, what is the process of spreadable media and/or viral news today? Is it most likely driven by the audience?

5- “The game has new rules” ; “The pyramid has been tuned over”, would you agree with these two statements regarding the theories on spreadable news?

6- Briefly, what’s your definition of a meme?

7- Are memes typically humorous or can they spread a serious news story?

8- Is there anything else you’d like to add?

memes everywhere
A life unshared

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Blogging since 2001, journalisting (which isn’t a word, but should be) since 1994, and sleep-deprived since 2012. Journalism lecturer, consultant and trainer.

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Adam Tinworth

Adam Tinworth

Blogging since 2001, journalisting (which isn’t a word, but should be) since 1994, and sleep-deprived since 2012. Journalism lecturer, consultant and trainer.

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