Keeping our good word and following up from this previous post, we're giving you the replay of our J-School webinar featuring Content Supervisor Paul Hitlin at the Project for Excellence in Journalism.
Paul Hitlin joined us on 5/26 before a virtual group of university educators, all eager to learn about fresh methods of conducting research, as well as sources for funneling data-rich content into their institutions of higher learning.
Catch a glimpse into PEJ below. The clip illustrates how they've incorporated SnapStream into their quantitative research process, which is quite systematic. Visit our YouTube channel to view the remaining chapters of the webinar, including further insight from Paul on how they used to do things pre-SnapStream.
Top 10 things you didn't know about PEJ:
10. Under the umbrella (not Rihanna's)
It's one of seven projects under the umbrella of the Pew Research Center
9. Defined by what they're NON
"NON partisan, NON ideological & NON political"
8. They're not a think tank, but
A "fact tank," navigating the information revolution
7. You'll never guess their claim to fame
The largest human coding news organization in the U. S. of A
6. Get this, they even have human bots
Well, kind of. 15 full-time coders that scour 52 media outlets daily
5. On a mission that's possible
To evaluate and study the performance of the press (via content analysis)
4. Historically speaking
It started 9 years ago in the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism
3. Serious news flash and power
News coding research began in mid-2006, with DVD burners and manpower
1. Searching TV is a snap!
The team upgraded to SnapStream in January 2010