ABC world news, New York Times, Newsweek, Wall Street Journal 같은 미국 주요 뉴스의 공식채널이 열렸다라고 할 수 있는지 모르겠습니다. iTunes가 긁어주는 뉴스 mp3 나 뉴스 quicktime 영상을 iPod 에 넣어 출퇴근때 보고 듣는 것도 이제 life style 이 되었구요.

한국에서 이러한 서비스가 어떤 방식으로 가능할까 가끔 생각도 합니다만 그보다 선행되어져야 할 것은 미디어 기업의 철학의 변화가 아닌가 싶습니다.

뉴스에 소유개념이란 것이 가능할까? 사건/사고에 작성된 article 에는 가능할 것 같네요. 기사가 사실의 나열인 경우 소유의 개념을 적용할 수 있을까요?" 보도와 칼럼의 차이...보는 이의 시각 반영과 편집에 따라 달라 질 것 같습니다. 의견의 피력이라면 뉴스의 중립성/객관성 유지가 가능한지... 의견의 피력과 기사화 및 배포는 누구나 할 수 있는 것이죠...

사건/사고를 소유할 수도 없는 것이고... 뉴스라는 하나의 객체에 누군가 자신의 article을 작성해서 배포한다면?

미디어 기업 입장에서는 Piracy 같아 보이겠지만, Jeff 교수 말대로 저는 네티즌이나 블로거들이 2차 재생산 활동을 하고 있는 것이라고 생각합니다. 이러한 2차 생산활동이 없다면 영화 1천만 관객이나 TV시청률 40% (인터넷시대이후) 가 가능할 지도 의문이고...

뉴스가 많은 사람들에게 노출되고 전달되어지는 것이 목적이라면 과연 인터넷보다 훌륭한 미디어가 있을까요? 이러한 면에서 볼 때, 한국의 거의 대부분의 빅미디어기업들의 online 서비스는 정말... They really Suck!

2006.09.28 ABC World News Podcast  중에서 발췌.

Finally from us, changing media of a new study of today reports that more than a hundred of million Americans watched video online last month. It is to say the least the new world, the world where no one source controls what we watch or what we listen to. So we've decided to ask one of the top bloggers on the internet to write an essay for us about what it all means.

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"I'm Jeff Jarvis of the City University of New York's Graduate school of journalism and I blog at BuzzMachine.com.

  I am stupefied by the foolishness of big media companies that are still treating Internet users, us as the enemy. Universal music is threatening to sue Youtube for showing its videos. Fox news, another network's pulling their clips off the service, meanwhile European newspapers and book publishers barge(???) and go after Google for coring and linking their content.

Don't they get it? They should be delighted everytime one of us passing around their stuff. For that means, we're talking about it, recommneding it, distributing it. You know, when Jon Stewart went on Crossfire to kill it,

"You have a responsibility to the public discourse. And you failed miserably." He was seen by about a hundred fifteen thousands viewers that day on big old CNN. but since then, on services like iFilm, Youtube and Google, Stewart's rant has been seen at least five million times by an audience much younger than CNN.

If CNN were smart, they would have put that clip out on its own with commercial attached and would have reahced a new audience that is the people who are not watching TV or instead watching their iPods.

  We are the ones who decides what gets watched these days. We are the new network. We can also be new competitors. We can make TV shows of our own. I'm recording this very humble show in my den on my Mac.

We can distribute our shows thanks to Youtube and the like. We can market the good stuff we make. We are to lengthen players on our blogs and my space pages and emails. We can watch our TV on any device, anywhere, anytime.

You see, the Big media companies don't own media anymore. We do. I'm Jeff Jarvis at BuzzMachine.com."
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Just to pick one net with Jeff, however. We don't treat you as the enemy. If we did, we wouldn't be here each day. and that's it from us from all of us ABC News. I'm Charles Gibson. We thank you for taking the time, We hope you click on us again tomorrow.


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