Citizen Journalism

December 2005
Nieman Reports;Winter2005, Vol. 59 Issue 4, p4
The section introduces a number of articles related to citizen journalism. The articles include a discussion of the emergence and practice of citizen journalism, an exploration of the evolving media ecosystem, a discussion of the transformation of BBC World Service into the age of digital technology, a analysis of digital images taken by citizens, an exploration of the use of the expanded and improved Rolodex of sources, an introduction of the Coastsider Web site, a discussion of the functional definition of a journalist, and the role of a citizen's personal Web page.


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