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Project 1 Exercise Citizen Journalism

I’ve chosen a video for this exercise. It shows Dr David Dao being removed from United Flight 3411 at Chicago O’Hare international airport in April 2017. 453 more words

Citizen Journalism

The Times They Are A-Changin

Thomas Birch ponders what social media means for the future of journalism.

“Social media is changing the way we communicate and the way we are perceived, both positively and negatively.

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'Unaccountable Monkeys With Typewriters"

A while back, I wrote about Citizen Journalism, and its prevalence during the natural disaster of Cyclone Debbie. Increasingly, we are seeing everyday members of society taking to social media to report a first hand account of the world around us – and increasingly we, as media consumers, are turning to this as a source of information. 129 more words


September 15, Issue 8

The Eyes of Local Protest Art Are on You

By Sarah Mellon, staff writer

Now until September 30, 2017, the Cleveland County Arts Council’s gallery will be exhibiting “Unarmed African American Portrait Heads” by Joe Doug Knotts, an instructor at Gardner Webb University.   973 more words


Study of Trust in Fact-Checking Services

Petter Bae Brandtzaeg and Asbjørn Følstad write this month about Trust and distrust in online fact-checking services [1].

Everyone knows that the Internet is a perfect medium for disseminating information of all kinds, including rumors, errors, propaganda, and malicious lies. 726 more words


The iPad = Ultimate Citizens Journalism Tool

I have been using my iPad for everything: from taking photos, videos, to editing them all on the go snd even getting published all within a day… 350 more words

Personal Thougths

Scab About Town: Mt Coot-tha Sunrise

Who among us hasn’t made the drive up Mt Coot-tha with a relative from out of town, bought a $6 ice cream, stared out at Brisbane’s sprawl and thought “this is a bit shit, isn’t it?” 583 more words