Citizen journalism: some conclusions from the European Bloggers Unconference

Consider this my first attempt at a photoblog entry. For those who prefer video or text you can see both at http://www.ejc.net/seminars/picnic_2007_3

What is citizen journalism

How can MSM profit from CJ
Citizen journalism - policy implications
Mobile phones and citizen journalism

3 thoughts on “Citizen journalism: some conclusions from the European Bloggers Unconference

  1. John@ScribbleSheet

    Interesting post.

    What court my eye was the new access and voice to Africa. It is still quite far behind. Most of the African bloggers are in the UK and the US. Internet is too expensive and difficult to come by for most people in Africa and even if you do here from Africans in Africa, it will be South Africans, Kenyans and Nigerians.

    We never hear about Congo bloggers or Chadanian citizen journalists. We have to get real. There is still a long way to go.

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