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Confessions of a Citizen Journalist, So What’s New?

Sunday, December 2nd, 2007

OffTheBus, is Jay Rosen’s and the Huffington Post’s move to get citizen reporting and citizen insights into Presidential election news mix. To understand part of the process read this piece by OffThe Bus contributor Bryan Bissell. The OffTheBus editors sent  him to cover the hostage taking at the Clinton Headquarters in New Hampshire,. About midway through his reflective piece, Bissell writes:
Packs of [...]

52 Interviews on Citizen, Networked Journalism

Saturday, October 6th, 2007

I have been busy the last couple of weeks assembling a couple of grant proposal, one of which is quite massive. So my blogging  has been light. Next week I will be attending Jeff Javis’s Networked Journalism Summit, while still working on the massive grant and the other smaller grant. Maybe after October 15, when [...]

OffTheBus: Get Students Published Nationally

Thursday, September 13th, 2007

Jay Rosen and the Huffington Post’s OffTheBus is a great way to get student work published nationally. Grayson Daughters, a student of life,  has helped produce a couple of grassroots videos –one Republican oriented, one Democratic oriented – for the project, and her work would give students an idea of one technical approach, albeit a fairly standard newscast format.
Students need not go [...]