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Mircoblogging

If you’re reading this blog post you may be one of only a few to do so. While the main reason you’re one of a few to read it is because it simply doesn’t have the reach of other blogs, another major contributing factor is that blogging in this form are going away.   763 more words

Teaching Moment: The Benefits (And Setbacks) Of Citizen Journalism

In January of 2009, a picture of the US Airways airplane that landed in the Hudson River went viral after Janis Krums posted it on his Twitter. 313 more words

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Citizen Journalism

In Fall of 2012, the northeast coast of the United States was hit by a hurricane “Super Storm Sandy“. I live in New York, on… 546 more words

Citizen Journalism

FOI Request

Jenitta Josephine Middleton
13095, 108th Avenue
Surrey, B.C. V3T 2J2
Phone: 604-838-8965
Email: Jenittamiddleton@gmail.com

Feb. 24, 2015

Freedom of Information Office
Suite 400, Central City Tower… 370 more words

Citizen Journalism

Backpack Journalism

Not too long ago, there was a clear distinction between journalists and audiences, between publishers and readers/viewers/listeners. Journalism was a profession, media were large organizations characterized by complex processes and expensive equipment. 320 more words

Citizen Journalism

@140journos is a Turkish Twitter account that was set up by Ogulcan Ekiz, Engin Onder, and another young man in 2011 to report on events that the Turkish government might try to censor. 285 more words

Supporting citizen journalism

There are many qualities that have earned IA its popular reputation – such as its vital role as truth-seeker and investigator, and its non-partisan commentary – but what really sets I… 330 more words

Citizen Journalism