No, there’s no typo in the title.
Bill Buzenberg of Minnesota Public Radio demonstrated this morning at “Beyond Broadcast 2006″, very interesting new “broadcast-conversations” applications based on the Web involving the audience.
In many of the scenarios presented, journalists become more or less “analysts” of the massive data they get after submitting story proposals. They first do the voxpop before going to the specialists.
So that’s where it comes from. I’ m proposing a term for this new function: “Jounanalists”, resulting of course from the combination of journalist and analyst.
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