Amateur Footage: A Global Study of User-Generated Content

Further Reading

K. Anderson, “Clear Editorial Goals Essential to Effective UGC Strategy,” 22 Mar. 2013, ugc-strategies/.

BBC Trust, “A BBC Trust Report on the Impartiality and Accuracy of the BBC’s Coverage of the Events Known as the ‘Arab Spring,”’ 2012, arabspring~i~mpartiality/arab~s~pring.pdf.

BBC Trust, “A BBC Trust Report on the Impartiality and Accuracy of the BBC’s Coverage of the Events Known as the ‘Arab Spring’: Follow Up Report,” 2013, our~w~ork/arabspring~i~mpartiality/follow~u~p.pdf.

C. Beckett and R. Mansell, “Crossing Boundaries: New Media and Networked Journalism,” Communication, Culture & Critique, 1:1 (2008): 92–104.

N. Bruno, “Tweet First, Verify Later? How Real-time Information is Changing the Coverage of Worldwide Crisis Events,” Reuters Institute Fellowship Paper: University of Oxford, 2011, https://reutersinstitute.

D.L. Cade, “Reuters Responds to Accusations Leveled at the Agency in the New York Times Lens Blog,” PetaPixel, 16 Mar. 2014, http://petapixel. com/2014/03/16/reuters-responds-accusations-leveled-agency-newyork- times/.

E. Carvin and F. Bell, “Social Newsgathering: Charting an Ethical Course,” Online News Association, 6 Mar. 2014, http://journalists. org/2014/03/06/social-newsgathering-charting-an-ethical-course/.

M. Coddington, “This Week in Review: Questions on Journalists’ Handling of NSA files, and the Value of Viral Content,” Nieman Journalism Lab, 6 Dec. 2013, on-journalists-handling-of-nsa-files-and-the-value-ofviral- content/.

Anthony de Rosa, “Disconnect Between Traditional Media and UGC,” 12 Aug. 2013, media-and-ugc/.

The Economist, “Drones Often Make News. They Have Started Gathering it, Too,” 29 Mar. 2014, international/21599800-drones-often-make-news-they-have-startedgathering- it-too-eyes-skies?fsrc=scn/tw/te/pe/eyesintheskies.

J. Estrin and K. Shoumali, “Questions About News Photographers in Syria Arise After Freelancer’s Death,” New York Times Lens Blog, 13 Mar. 2014, in-syria-arise-after-freelancers-death/.

A. Feinstein, B. Audet, and E. Waknine, “Witnessing Images of Extreme Violence: A Psychological Study of Journalists in the Newsroom,” Journal of the Royal Society of Medicine, forthcoming 2014.

P. Grabowicz, “The Transition to Digital Journalism,” Berkeley School of Journalism, 30 Mar. 2014, tutorials/digital-transform/video.

J. Guillame, “33 Hilarious Reactions to NewsCorp’s Insane Watermarking of Packer Punch-up,” BuzzFeed, 5 May 2014, jennaguillaume/reactions-to-news-corps-watermark-on-packerpunchup- pics.

M.T. Hänska-Ahy and R. Shapour, “Who’s Reporting the Protests?” Journalism Studies, 13:1 (2012): 1–17.

J. Harkin, et al., “Deciphering User Generated Content in Transitional Societies: A Syria Coverage Case Study,” Internews Center for Innovation and Learning, 2012, InternewsWPSyria~2~012-06-web.pdf.

J. Hauser, “A Place for Professional Journalism in the Age of the Citizen Journalist,” Storyful blog, 30 Mar. 2014, http://blog.storyful. com/2014/03/30/a-place-for-professional-journalism-in-the-age-ofthe- citizen-journalist.

A. Hermida and N. Thurman, “A Clash of Cultures: The Integration of User-generated Content Within Professional Journalistic Frameworks at British Newspaper Websites,” Journalism Practice 2(3) (2008): 343–356. A. Hess, “Is All of Twitter Fair Game for Journalists?,” Slate, 19 Mar. 2014,

A.M. Jönnson and H. Örnebring, “User-generated Content and the News: Empowerment of Citizens or an Interactive Illusion?” Journalism Practice, 5:2 (2011): 127–144.

C. Koettl, “The YouTube War: Citizen Videos Revolutionize Human Rights Monitoring in Syria,” MediaShift, 18 Feb. 2014.

M. Little, “A Public License for Online News Video,” 16 May 2013, video.

M. Lynch, D. Freelon, and S. Aday, “Syria’s Socially Mediated Civil War,” United States Institute of Peace, Jan. 2014, publications/ syria-s-socially-mediated-civil-war.

S. Myers, “How Citizen Journalism has Changed Since George Holliday’s Rodney King Video,” Poynter, 3 Mar. 2011, top-stories/121687/how-citizen-journalism-has-changed-since-georgehollidays- rodney-king-video/.

C. Paterson, “Global Television News Services,” in Media in Global Context, eds. A. Sreberney-Mohammadi et al. (London: Arnold, 2003), 145–160.

S. Paulussen and P. Ugille, “User Generated Content in the Newsroom: Professional and Organizational Constraints on Participatory Journalism,” Westminster Papers in Communication and Culture, Vol. 5:2 (London: University of Westminster, 2008), 24–41.

“YouTube & News: A New Kind of Visual Journalism,” Pew Research Center: Project for Excellence in Journalism, 2012, analysis~r~eport/youtube~n~ews.

T. Phillips, “14 Incredible But Fake Viral Images and the Twitter Account Debunking the Picspammers,” BuzzFeed, 10 Feb. 2014, www.buzzfeed. com/tomphillips/14-incredible-but-fake-viral-images-and-thetwitter- account.

R. Reynolds, “Alternatives to UGC,” 7 May 2009,

J. Sanderson, “User Generated Content,” 26 Nov. 2010,

S. Schifferes, et al., “Identifying and Verifying News Through Social Media: Developing a User-centred Tool for Professional Journalists,” Digital Journalism, 2014,\>.

C. Silverman, ed., “The Verification Handbook,” 2014,

N. Thurman and N. Newman, “The Future of Breaking News Online? A Study of Live Blogs Through Surveys of Their Consumption, and of Readers’ Attitudes and Participation,” Journalism Studies, 2014,

C. Wardle and A. Williams, “ugc@thebbc: Understanding its Impact Upon Contributors, Non-contributors and BBC News,” AHRC Knowledge Exchange, 2008, cardiffone.pdf.

C. Wardle and A. Williams, “Beyond User-generated Content: A Production Study Examining the Ways in Which UGC is Used at the BBC,” Media, Culture & Society, 2010, 781–799.

C. Warzel, “2014 is the Year of the Viral Debunk,” BuzzFeed, 23 Jan. 2014, debunk.