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What is citizen journalism?

Rosen defines citizen journalism as, “The people, formally known the audience, employ(ing) the press tools in their possession to inform one another”. I am inclined to agree with his definition, though in my eyes, not everybody who utilizes press tools (video phones, multimedia stories, photographs, etc) is classified as a ‘citizen journalist’. 142 more words

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Conservatives are now blaming the media "elite"

The GOP in the states has been blaming the “liberal” media for conspiring against them for years, and now it look like the HarperCon’s are doing the same thing. 68 more words

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Vox Review

Ezra Klein left an enviable position at the Washington Post earlier this year in order to create what he hopes will be a groundbreaking news site. 577 more words

An Unexpected Friend in a Vineyard

I have never been good at making friends on the spot because I cower at unfamiliar conversation but a night at work has changed the way I think about that and has taught me that some people don’t actually bite. 706 more words

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Ten Things: What to Read and Where to Look for the Best News

Because I am currently interning at Religion & Politics, an online news journal and a project of the John C. Danforth Center on Religion & Politics at Washington University in St. 785 more words

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Journalism: Agenda 8/26

Agenda:
1. Do-Now: annotate CN
2. Media analysis example

Homework:
1. Extra credit: Bring in a newspaper.

Journalism

Crimes and misdemeanors: Considering criticism of The New York Times’s Michael Brown profile

By Matthew E. Milliken
MEMwrites.wordpress.com
Aug. 26, 2014

The New York Times published dual profiles Sunday of Michael Brown and Darren Wilson. The former man, of course, is an unarmed 18-year-old who was killed this month  in Ferguson, Mo., while the latter man is the police officer who fired the deadly shots. 926 more words

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