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Forum Amir Effendi Siregar – Program Studi Ilmu Komunikasi Universitas Islam Indonesia menggelar:

Serial Bincang Sejarah Komunikasi (Sesi 14)

Topik:

Hoedjin Tjamboek Berdoeri: Sejarah Mikro sebagai Pendekatan Membaca Koran

Pembicara:

Eunike Gloria Setiadarma

Sedang menempuh studi doktoral di Departemen Sejarah di Northwestern University. Tertarik meneliti sejarah intelektual dan sejarah sosial pembangunan. Sebelumnya memperoleh pendidikan master Pembangunan Internasional dari University of Manchester.

Jadwal:
Jumat, 17 Oktober 2020
Pukul 09:30 WIB
Via Zoom

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Tourism Journalism – Elements of Journalism is a Must. Even though tourism journalism is look like a trivial think, a good standard on the elements of journalism should be applied on every tourism journalism writing. Now if you surf in cyberspace, no doubt you will find tourism news content, travel, touring, trips to exotic areas, to unspoiled tourist places. The reason is, the spread of content like this cannot be separated from the increasing use of social media and the level of tourism literacy in Indonesian society, especially young people.

The popularity of tourist attractions like this has made many content providers and news portals uphold tourism journalism as the primary content of their content. Although this kind of journalism is synonymous with travel and tourism, it is claimed that it is not just traveling.

That was the discussion that emerged from the Monthly Discussion of the PSDMA (Center for Alternative Media Studies and Documentation) Nadim of Communication Science Department, Universitas Islam Indonesia (UII). Risky Wahyudi  became the host of the event inviting Nur Rizna Feramerina.

Feramerina is an UII Communication Science student who conducts research on the phenomenon of Tourism Journalism and its current developments. She researched several portals. Apart from research, he is also active in writing on Detik Travel Indonesia.

Elements of Tourism Journalism

Are there any tips or special characters for becoming a journalist or contributing traveling content writer? How many people are there behind the scenes on this travelling website?

That question was asked by Risky Wahyudi, the host  of this discussion program. Feramerina said there were approximately 50 people more, for example in the Travellindo website in which she researched. Even Feramerina is also surprised that there are more than 5,000 contributors of traveling content that they had.

“They also have a contributor group in the Telegram application to foster contributors to produce better, more creative, quality content in accordance with the elements of journalism,” he said.

According to her research, there is no special character to become a writer or journalist for this Travel Writer. All the same. Writing must conform to journalism standards or elements. So you cannot write just randomly without understanding the elements of journalism. So, more than 5000 contributors must also fulfill the principles and basic elements of journalism in writing content with the tourism journalism genre.

Recommendations for Advanced Research on Tourism Journalism

Feramerina and Risky reach the conclusion that not much research has been done on Tourism Journalism. You can do research on this, for example, Risky’s idea, how  traveling websiite manages thousands of contributors, or like Feramerina said, no one has yet compared the content of tourism journalism on various news website.

Different portals, different standards. That’s how important it is to be researched. Feramerina shared her experience writing this travelling content for example. She writes on two portals: detik travel and Travellindo. Both have the same focus, but according to her experience, Travellindo is more selective and rigid in writing content, even photos.

According to her, there are not many references that talk about the genre in this journalism. She herself had to find and trace foreign sources who discussed this. This search finally found results. The primary reference that examines the tourism journalism genre that she is researching is a book entitled Specialist Journalism, edited by Barry Turner and Richard Orange.

Besides discussing technical coverage and how to do this, this main book also contains reflections on the fields of journalism. Such as journalism in sports, culinary, music, law, media, war, art and tourism. This book also discusses including how to write complex data from science research.

 

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Kini jika anda berselancar di dunia maya, tak ayal anda akan menemui konten berita pariwisata, perjalanan, touring, perjalanan ke daerah-daerah eksotik, hingga tempat-tempat wisata yang belum terjamah. Pasalnya, merebaknya konten seperti ini tak bisa dipisahkan dari meningkatnya penggunaan media sosial dan tingakt literasi wisata pada masyarakat indonesia, khususnya kaum muda.

Popularitas tempat wisata seperti ini membuat banyak content provider dan portal berita menegakkan jurnalisme pariwisata sebagai primadona kontennya. Meski jurnalisme ini identik dengan perjalanan dan wisata, ia diklaim bukan sekadar jalan-jalan.

Begitulah diskusi yang muncul dari gelaran Diskusi Bulanan PSDMA (Pusat Studi dan Dokumentasi MEdia Alternatif) Nadim Prodi Ilmu Komunikasi Universitas Islam Indonesia (UII). Risky Wahyudi kali ini menjadi pembawa acara mengundang Nur Rizna Feramerina. Feramerina adalah Mahasiswa Ilmu Komunikasi UII yang melakukan riset tentang fenomena Jurnalisme Pariwisata dan perkembangannya saat ini. Ia meneliti beberapa portal. Selain riset, ia juga aktif menulis di Detik Travel Indonesia.

Apakah ada tips atau karakter khusus untuk menjadi jurnalis atau kontributor penulis konten travelling? Tim di balik layarnya ada berapa orang di portal travelling ini?

Pertanyaan itu dilontarkan oleh Risky Wahyudi, pembaca acara diskusi ini. Feramerina mengatakan ada sekira 50 orang lebih misalnya di portal travellindo di portal konten travelling yang ia teliti. Bahkan Feramerina juga kaget ada 5000 lebih orang kontributor konten travelling.

“Mereka juga punya grup kontributor di aplikasi Telegram untuk membina kontributor aga dapat menghasilkan konten yang lebih bagus, kreatif, bermutu, sesuai dengan elemen jurnalisme,” katanya.

Menurut penelitiannya ini, tidak ada karakter khusus untuk menjadi penulis atau jurnalis Travel ini. Semuanya sama. Tulisan harus sesuai dengan standar atau elemen-elemen jurnalisme. Jadi tidak bisa juga sembarang menulis tanpa memahami standar jurnalisme. Jadi, lebih dari 5000 kontributor juga harus memnuhi kaidah dan elemen dasar jurnalisme dalam menulis konten dengan genre jurnalisme pariwisata.

Rekomendasi Riset Lanjutan Jurnalime Pariwisata

Feramerina dan Risky mencapai kesimpulan bahwa belum banyak riset yang membahsa tentang Jurnalisme Pariwisata. Anda bisa melakukan riset soal ini misalnya, ide Risky,  bagaimana portal travelling mengelola ribuan kontributor, atau kata seperti kata Feramerina,  belum ada yang membandingkan konten jurnalisme pariwisata pada beragam portal.

Beda portal, beda strandar. Begitulah pentingnya membandingkan. Feramerina berbagi pengalamannya menulis konten ini misalnya. Ia menulis di dua portal: detik travel dan Travellindo. Keduanya punya fokus yang sama, tapi menurut pengalamnnya, travellindo lebih selektif dan rigid dalam menulis konten, bahkan foto.

Menurut Feramerina, belum banyak referensi yang bicara soal genre dalam jurnalisme ini. Ia sendiri harus mencari dan melacak sumber-sumber asing yang membahas tentang ini. Pencariannya ini akhirnya menemukan hasil. Referensi induk (babon) yang mengkaji genre jurnalisme yang ia teliti ini adalah buku berjudul Specialist Journalism, suntingan Barry Turner dan Richard Orange.

Buku babon ini selain membahas tentang teknis peliputan dan bagaimana melakukannya, juga memuat refleksi pada bidang-bidang jurnalisme. Seperti jurnalisme di bidang olah raga, kuliner, musik, hukum, media, perang, seni, dan wisata.  Buku ini juga membahas termasuk bagaimana menulis data yang rumit dari penelitian sains.

 

 

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Forum Amir Effendi Siregar menggelar bincang sejarah komunikasi seri 3

Topik: Penelusuran Awal Sejarah Komunikasi Indonesia: Kasus Universitas Indonesia

Pembicara:

Ignatius Haryanto

Sabtu, 18 Juli 2020
Pukul 09:30 WIB
Via Zoom

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atau tonton di kanal Uniicoms TV Prodi Ilmu Komunikasi UII

 

 

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UNDANGAN DISKUSI
Forum Bang Amir Effendi Siregar

SERIAL BINCANG SEJARAH KOMUNIKASI

Pusat Studi dan Dokumentasi NADIM Prodi Ilmu Komunikasi UII


Sesi 1: Sejarah sebagai Metode Riset Komunikasi

Pembicara
Luthfi Adam, Ph.D

Disertasinya “Cultivating Power: The Buitenzorg Botanic Garden and Empire Building in Netherland East Indies, 1745-1919” adalah pemenang Harold Perkin Prize sebagai disertasi terbaik tahun 2019-2020 di Departemen Sejarah Northwestern University, Illinois, Amerika Serikat. Sebelumnya kuliah Jurnalistik Unpad dan Kajian Budaya Media UGM.

Jadwal

Minggu, 28 Juni 2020
09.30 WIB
via Zoom (in Bahasa)

 

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​Dari pada ngabuburitnya bingung mau ngapain. Mending mantengin diskusi ini.
Nadim bersama @krisaljustin akan berbagi pengetahuan seputar Imaji Lingkungan di Sekolah Alam yang merupakan karya tugas akhirnya di perkuliahan. Sangat cocok buat kamu yang sedang menaruh perhatian terhadap isu lingkungan supaya bisa menambah wawasan kamu terkait imaji atas lingkungan tersebut 


“Terus hubungannya dengan komunikasi apa?” Nah di diskusi ini nantinya akan kamu temukan jawabannya lewat perspektif komunikasi geografi.

Ke depannya Nadim juga akan menggelar diskusi seputar riset mahasiswa yang bisa jadi motivasi buat kamu mahasiswa tingkat akhir sedang kebingungan sama skripsinya supaya terus bisa tetep semangat.
Catat tanggalnya dan silahkan bergabung

#psdmanadimkomunikasiuii #mediaalternatif#diskusibulanan

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The invitees gradually arrived. That morning, in the 3rd floor of Communication Department, all the staff began to rush back and forth. They are staff from academics, laboratories, documentation teams, to the Center for Documentation of Alternative Media Studies (PSDMA) Nadim which are prepared the room, presence, some practicum forms. The invitees were lecturers in this semester of 2019/2020 academic year. Ahead of the awaited event, the Lecturer and Practicum Coordination Meeting, Communication Department of FPSB UII, Puji Hariyanti, Head of Communication Department, was ready with a presentation slide in front of the audience. After everything is done, the coordination meeting begun.

The interesting things from the meeting that held on August 26, 2019, for example, Puji explained that as much as possible the assignment of students is not copying and paste or do the plagiarism. Plagiarism can damage the integrity of students. Students must be educated to anti-plagiarism action since they are students, so that when they work they have integrity. “Communication Department is committed to educate students to have integrity, so every task must be digitally collected and it can be inputed in Turnitin plagiarism testing software,” said Puji.

Undergraduate Thesis and final project in Communication Department have now been checked by a special team for plagiarism checks. Checks carried out with the help of Turnitin (via online and computerized) as well as by manual checks by specially trained teams can recognize models of writing that have a high indication of plagiarism. According to Her, there should be no “Kopasus”, the abbreviation She made which means the Copy-Paste troops . Students must be introduced that plagiarism is an act of hurting science and knowledge.

At the end of the meeting, Puji reminded the lecturers to remember the wise words from the the deceased Kiai Maimun Zubair, as a guide for educators: “So the teacher does not need to have the intention of making people smart. Later you will only get angry when you see that your students are not smart. Your sincerity will disappear. The important thing is the intention to convey knowledge and educate the good. Being smart or not, leave it to God. Pray for it continuously so that students can get guidance. “

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Is it possible for students to produce films at the level of widescreen films? How to use a cinema camera? Isn’t that RAW file difficult?

These Questions arose when Amirul Mukminin present at the PSDMA Nadim Communication UII public discussion entitled “Cinema Class – Master Camera”. The discussion that was held on Friday, (12/8) in the TV and Film Laboratory, Communication Department of UII gave a new perspective to the students of Communication Department of UII about cinema cameras and widescreen film production. For example, the matter of files produced by RAW extensions that has been considered as large capacity and difficult.

Amir actually denied it with an analogy. “The writing that I have written on this paper can be read, right? But if I roll this paper, I will fold it, becoming like this, of course it can’t be read right?” Amir said while making a simulation.

“Now the parable is like that. The RAW file results are like paper that I haven’t rolled and folded before. It’s easy and clear to read the writing inside. But the size is large because it contains metadata. All colors, temperature options, and others are stored in the RAW file metadata,” he continued. Whereas the folded paper is likened to a non-RAW film document that has been compressed into smaller sizes but the writing inside is hard to read. “Different file types, different quality. Now this REDcinema camera results are RAW files,” he said.

“Then what’s the advantage of using this RED Cinema camera?” Raihan, one of the participants, asked him. Aside from being the cheapest widescreen cinema camera among other cinema cameras, it is also easy because it uses RAW. “Because using RAW in RED, we can choose the temperature, color, and so on from the camera even when shooting without having to wait for an editing session on the computer. Save on the budget right?” Amir explained while demonstrating the use of temperature, color and other options from the RED camera. Besides giving an explanation on a presentation, Amir also invited all participants to practice operating the REDcamera with several other students playing the role of the host.

After practicing using REDcinema camera, Amir opened himself up to work with universities so that his students could use RED for free. “The requirement is student should produce competitive short video production and have quality ideas,” he said. Later Amir has collaborated with one of the universities in Yogyakarta to hold a short video idea competition. The student who wins the idea competition has the right to use his REDcamera for free. They will able to produce video and film for 3 days.