Vote: Online Journalism Textbook Title

December 16th, 2009; 12:52 pm by Ryan Thornburg

Alright, wise crowd. I need you to show me what you’re made of.

I’m writing for college students a book about online journalism. The book connects the traditional elements and values of journalism with new ways of telling stories and engaging audiences. It will start with a discussion of online news values and elements and the unique characteristics of the online news audience. Then it’ll take readers through the gamut of digital media skills and tools, and wrap up with a section that talks about how to make sensible use of the tools to create journalism that’s more engaging and relevant.

But… what should I call it? Please vote below and then leave any comments here.

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3 Responses to “Vote: Online Journalism Textbook Title”

  1. Patrick Says:

    The Thorn Words.

  2. Lisa Says:

    Whatever you call it, just add the word “Diet” at the end to ensure thousands more books sold!

    “The Producing Online News Diet: Fluency with Digital Media Tools”

  3. Snyder Says:

    The Future of Online Journalism: Righting Wrongs and Wronging Rights ;-)

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