“The Professional Information in the Web 2.0 Era“: this is the title of the last year on line poll organized by AxiCom with the aim to analyze how the new channels influenced the social experience of journalists and opinion leaders. 391 more words
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Citizen Journalism is based upon public citizens “playing an active role in the process of collecting, reporting, analyzing, and disseminating news and information. Citizen Journalism is a result of a short coming in the professional journalistic field and citizens have decided that they too can be a journalist and get vital information out to the public right as it is happening. 305 more words
One of the most significant developments stemming from web 2.0 is citizen journalism. Citizen journalism refers to the new power that average citizens have as a result of social media, to act as journalists by collecting information on breaking news topics, analyzing and interpreting these topics, and broadcasting them to a wide audience of the general public. 359 more words
M. A. Sumanthiran, press release from TNA
Whilst shame keeps its watch, virtue is not wholly extinguished in the heart; nor will moderation be utterly exiled from the minds of tyrants…. 1,089 more words
In our book, The World News Prism, Hachten criticizes* citizen journalists as being untrained and unprofessional. He also wrote about the trends towards a media monopoly. 467 more words
Information pours from the internet into our brains. Who knows what is absorbed, but stories like this allow people to converse.
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WASHINGTON, November 23, 2013—What do Lyme disease, bees, and face cream have in common?