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Google as a tool for journalism

How do Journalists search for audiovisual material on the web?

As one of the user groups of the AXES projects are journalists, WP1 aims to research how journalists use the Internet in their working practices. The main purpose is to investigate how journalists search online in general, to apply this knowledge to audio-visual information retrieval. A first paper about this research was published this July; see below the abstract and a Dutch summary here. We found the use of audio-visual material is limited, and where used mainly found through YouTube. Moreover, journalists tended to depend heavily on keywords in search, making little use of more advanced search tools. The AXES RESEARCH interface will accommodate these findings by allowing advanced search technology to hide under seemingly simple keyword boxes, not demanding journalists to employ advanced techniques, while still being able to retrieve videos with limited metadata.

Dutch Journalism in the Digital Age

With an ever-growing supply of online sources, information to produce news stories seems to be one mouse click away. But in what way do Dutch journalists actually use computer-aided research tools? This article provides an inventory of the ways journalists use digital (re)sources and explores the differences between experts and novices. We applied a combined methodological approach by conducting an ethnographic study as well as a survey. Results show that Dutch journalists use relatively few digital tools to find online information. However, journalists who can be considered experts in the field of information retrieval use a wider range of search engines and techniques, arrive quicker at the angle to their story, and are better at finding information related to this angle. This allows them to spend more time on writing their news story. Novices are more dependent on the information provided by others.

Find the complete article here. The underlying dataset is available as open access dataset here.

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