Many thanks to OEDb for including our citizen journalism blog in their list of ” The 40 Best Blogs for Journalism Students ” . Besides us there is 39 more websites which also, with their work and writing, can help students in their study and research. They are all related to journalism in own unique
2nd International Citizen Media Award 2012 is coming, so in anticipation of this remarkable event we have the pleasure to introduce you the contest from within – rules, expectations, goals, awards and other details. All about ICMA you can read in our following interview with dr. Joachim Musholt, Chairman of the European Youth4Media Network association.
“Giornalismo partecipativo o narcisismo digitale?” or in English “Citizen Journalism or Digital Narcissism?” is the name of the book. And the author is Sara Stefanini, young blogger and journalism student from Rome, Italy who besides writing a book has also a news website created on January 2012 and translated in different languages – Kaleidoscopia. Next
Another great app for video fans, sharing and of course citizen journalists. This is Vyclone, coming from both Los Angeles and London with some unique ideas and features. As a rising startup Vyclone is still iPhone-only but perfect to distribute your content on all social networks. What they offer, how it works and what they
OpenWatch is already well known citizen media with active users. Basically it is intended for citizens and their issues and offers place to upload the content anonymously. Mobile phone is the backbone of this project as well as two OpenWatch apps. More about this amazing media you can read below. We have the pleasure to