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Mediamorphosis: The evolution of citizen journalism

*This feature was written for RMIT University’s Magazine, Catalyst: Issue 1, 2015

There’s no denying it- the way people gather, interpret and propagate information is rapidly changing. 1,259 more words



I have spent a considerable amount of time whacking the Clintons here on my Blog these past ten years.

When Hillary announced on Sunday I found myself feeling ill. 398 more words

Jenny Hatch

Certificate of Appreciation from Gulf News

On March 2015, I was lauded by Gulf News for my citizen journalism piece, which urged people to act with civility in public transports. My main focus was to raise awareness that in a world of modern-day feminism, we tend to overlook the basic rights of men, who are equally important members of our society. 58 more words

Maria Hussain

What is wrong with citizen journalists

Travis Loose writes a rather scathing post on Medium, to be very brief, how citizen journalists and bloggers are ruining journalism.

“Citizen journalists are springing up everywhere, and in some cases they’re skewing the definition of what actually makes a journalist, which is no good for a number of obvious reasons. 723 more words


Fala Pedal

​Na noite do ultimo dia 10 de abril vários representantes do ciclismo no Guarujá estiveram reunidos com a Sr. Rita Tanese, responsável pelo setor de Educação para o Transito e Estatística da Diretoria de Transito da Prefeitura do Guarujá – que responde diretamente à Secretaria de Defesa e Convivência Social, de responsabilidade da Sr. 503 more words

Carlos Rix

Who is a journalist anyway?

Before the evolution of the Internet and social media, if you were asked to define a journalist you’d probably say it is someone employed by a media organisation (whether it be a newspaper, magazine, or TV station) to disseminate news to the public. 1,113 more words

Citizen Journalism