04 Mar 2013 2013/1 Citizen journalism is here to stay
In less than a decade, and unsurprisingly given the rapid proliferation of digital media platforms, citizen journalism has upset the applecart of traditional journalism. Yet, for all kinds of reasons, professional journalists are increasingly viewing citizen journalism as a means of supplementing sources, of getting closer to the ground, and of gaining crucial insights into complicated local situations.
Media Development 1/2013
Enhancing citizen journalism with professional journalism education, by Kevin Kawamoto
“Small gnat”: Checking in with Kai Nagata, by Ali Symons
Opportunities and limits for journalism and citizenship today, by Magali do Nascimento Cunha
Citizen journalism: How to encourage critical reading and viewing? by Gauwain van Kooten Niekerk
Ethnic diversity in Canadian film and television production, by Paul de Silva
Reinstate the Fairness Doctrine! by William F. Fore
Movies and values in 2012, by Peter Malone
La dimensión comunicacional de la educación en medios, por Patricia E. Cortés Gordillo
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