Tuesday, August 14, 2018

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Citizen Journalism vs. Traditional Journalism

By Shane Joseph, published on Mar 15, 2012

I have been following this ongoing debate as to whether free journalistic content on the Internet and real-time amateur photos uploaded from the world’s flashpoints will outpace traditional journalism. No, say the traditionalists: our investigative journalists go deep and cover many viewpoints. Wrong, say the citizen journalists: our information is current and we have no profit motive behind it. We are impartial, counter the traditionalists. You are paid by advertisers, so you have to be politically correct, say the rebels. Our personnel risk their lives in the world’s hotspots and many of... (more)

Tags: journalism, writer, citizen, journalist, internet 2.0, traditional, traditionalist

Q&A with Author, Writer & Editor Luanne Stevenson

By TonyBerkman, published on Jun 11, 2011

Me: You currently live in Plymouth, Massachusetts, where you run your company Writers1stop. Did you grow up in Plymouth?

Lu: “No, I grew up on Cape Cod, but in the early 90s moved to Plymouth, where I built my first house. I recently moved to Middleborough, MA.”

Me: Would you mind sharing a little bit about your background and when you developed your interest in writing?

Lu: “I actually was a teacher for 15 years. I taught in public school for 9 years, and then took 9 years off to be a stay-at-home-mom. I had difficulty getting back into public school (MA pays teachers... (more)

Tags: writer, author, editor, publisher, journalist

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