Digital Creativity Support for Original Journalism
By Neil Maiden, Konstantinos Zachos, Amanda Brown, Dimitris Apostolou, Balder Holm, Lars Nyre, Aleksander Tonheim, Arend van den Beld
Communications of the ACM,
Vol. 63 No. 8, Pages 46-53
Journalism involves the search for and critical analysis of information.18 How journalists discover and select sources of this information is important to avoid bias, to be credible and trusted, and to create angles with which to generate new stories of value to readers.
Journalist creative thinking, to discover and generate new associations during this search and analysis of information, contributes to the generation of new stories. Journalists are known to seek opportunities to develop new creative skills with which to discover information.17 Applying these skills enables journalists to maintain control over their work.25 And emerging forms of investigative journalism demand new creative search and association skills.10
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