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This new August 2016 citizen comment deserves it's own post

“I wish I could say I’m surprised that someone decided it would be a good idea to politicize the Troy High School’s 2015-16 yearbook. But, judging from past behavior of the THS staff and administration, I am not. 235 more words

Levy

At my Friends Wedding with my drone.

When I got married in 2003, my friend Jommel was still trading pokemon cards…Literally. I’m 11 years older than he. We became friends about 5 years ago while taking a class together; and I really consider him a dear friend despite the fact that he found a pokemon in my kitchen last week.   209 more words

Citizen Journalism

Citizen Journalism; Yay or Nay?

Citizen journalism is the voice of the communities in South Africa. At times, professional journalist fail to reach stories as they transpire. Baam! That is where citizen journalists prove vital. 498 more words

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Citizen Journalism is life

We living in a time where technology is a great deal in our lives, almost everyone has a phone that is able to access the internet and its easier to share in information with the rest of the world. 472 more words

DO SOUTH AFRICAN MEDIA REALLY CARE ABOUT CITIZEN JOURNALISM?

Citizen journalism also known as public, participatory, and democratic, guerrilla or street journalism is based upon public citizens playing an active role in the process of collecting, reporting, analyzing, and spreading news and information. 465 more words

Get your degree in Citizenship!

Modern technology and the internet have equipped the average citizen with tools to publish news globally in an instant. Only, this doesn’t take 4 years to gain skills in.  459 more words

Citizen journalism, the next big thing?

Media is rapidly changing and many people are worried whether or not citizen journalism will be the next big thing in media. Citizen journalism is having the general public gather information and take pictures and publishes it on social media; however I believe that citizen journalism isn’t the future. 443 more words