brazilian journalism observatory

20181207 bjo edition #12 | read the previous edition

Collaboration should become a priority

Hey folks!

I know I'm late. But when I can't do all the stuff I have to do before picking up my kid at school, I need to put everything on pause. First, a bike ride on the river shore, then eat, then take a bath and bed. And for me, burger and beer. And for you, an important article of Claire Wardle about collaboration in Brazil during last elections. Cheers!


| Claire Wardle wrote (in English) about Comprova collaboration newsroom. According to her, it's not only about stopping misinformation, but it's also about the rising of a collaboration culture. Projects like Comprova "built significant trust between journalists in normally competitive newsrooms". For that reason, "should become a priority". Comprova's executive-editor Sérgio Lüdtke also wrote about the experience. | Lupa's fact-checker Cristina Tardáguila questions WhatsApp cryptography when it's related to viral content. Why encrypt content whose purpose is to viralize? | Observatório da Imprensa (Press Observatory) is doing a series of special reports about journalism in the interior of Alagoas state, in the Northeast region. It's a good opportunity to know Brazilian journalism outside big cities. Here there is a video report. And here a piece about printed newspapers resistance. | Andrea Sadi, one of the most popular political reporters of the country, talked about women and journalism during Festival piauí GloboNews de Jornalismo last weekend, in São Paulo. |

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