citizen journalism


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citizen journalism

n
(Journalism & Publishing) the involvement of non-professionals in reporting news, esp in blogs and other websites
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Summary: Citizen journalism is playing an active role in the process of collecting, reporting, analysing, and disseminating news and information
ISLAMABAD -- A five-day Film and Citizen Journalism Workshop kicked off at Iqra University in collaboration with Interactive Recourse Centre (IRC) here Wednesday.
Citizen Puppet sticks a wooden finger in the eye of everything from citizen journalism and Britain's post-Diana tendency towards public grief, to gap year teenagers and feckless clergymen.
Although this model of citizen journalism has relatively long history in developed Western societies, its wide adoption is still simmering in Central Asia.
Therefore, citizen journalism has been brought to a new level (Rosen, 1999).
There are people out there that are doing their best at citizen journalism .
More people use smartphones to share stories and real-world events happening around them -- shifting the focus to citizen journalism and impacting the way students are taught media today.
Summary: BBC Arabic Film and Documentary Festival announces winners in four categories: Documentary Film, Short Film, Citizen Journalism, BBC Young Journalist Award.
Piloting mobile-telephone-based and citizen journalism models
Media theorists, he said, have often talked about new notions, like citizen journalism.
Castillo also noted that despite the citizen journalism phenomenon, most information shared on social media websites still links back to websites of traditional media organizations.
Documentaries have to be between 25 and 90 minutes long, while the investigative journalism reports must be between 10 and 50 minutes long, and the citizen journalism reports must be between 3 and 30 minutes long.
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