Two young enthusiasts, Chris Walker and Morgan Hartley, found out new, unconventional way of doing citizen journalism. Through their project Postulate One they organized bicycle travel through Eurasia, wanting to achieve a bold plan – to visit 19 countries in two years. Wishing them good luck, nice trip and success, we are presenting our interview …

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Vancouver Winter Olympics 2010 were great sports spectacle, but not only that. They were the inspiration for the movie “With Glowing Hearts” where once again social media and citizen journalists banded together into a common goal. About the connection between Vancouver’s Downtown Eastside “DTES” and Olympics, community strength and the efforts of individuals to make …

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We have a great pleasure to write about citizen journalism platform CGNet Swara from India. It is one of a kind project which really cares and helps those in need. Simple, ordinary people. This is the media for Indian tribal people who had small or none access to mainstream media and information. About CGNet Swara, …

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One definite leader among many news websites again proved its creativity. Huffington Post is launching their citizen journalism project OffTheBus – “Cover The Conventions”. Considering that US elections are almost here this website decided to spice things up. We all know that today media has changed. Newsrooms are not the only places which will cover …

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admin on February 22nd, 2012

It’s one of the most populated countries in the world and has developing citizen journalism trend. Respectful citizen journalists and influential citizen journalism websites. Beside all this, India maintains the tradition of organizing and keeping Citizen Journalist Awards. Like every year before, there is a specific theme of the competition. This year it is fight …

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