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abbreviation for COUNTY COURT judgment.
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Weber hopes citizen journalism will bring readers into the news--and onto NewWest.
The focal persons said promotion of digital citizen journalism among users and aspiring journalists could assist them in becoming smart social media users with the ability to identify fake content and develop and disseminate their own content.
Despite the prolific and growing scholarship on citizen journalism, little attention has been given to where citizen journalism exists and how citizen journalism operates alongside professional journalism in a broad organizational and social context.
In 2019, the Investigative Journalism Training and Citizen Journalism Roadshow will be held in three cities: Semarang, Bojonegoro and Jakarta.
However, Kenyans are finding it difficult to trust the information they get because of too many citizen journalism amateur producers, who are not working for the best interest of the public and do not observe the code of ethics in their journalistic practice.
KHAIRPUR -- An extension lecture on 'Role of Youth in the Development of Tolerant Society through Citizen Journalism' was held at Shah Abdul Latif University, Khairpur organized by the Department of Media Studies in collaboration with Pahel Pakistan.
We no longer break news leaders around the world use every opportunity to attack our work and credibility and everybody out there now calls themselves journalists and photo editors under the guise of citizen journalism.Our children, neighbours, close friends and parents have become the propagators of fake news features and news stories are now broadcast, not from the expensive, high-tech, studios, but from the comfort of one's bedroom and the huge Kenyan youth population present both a challenge and an opportunity, depending on what aisle you stand.
LAHORE -- When conventional media outlets are facing financial crunch owing to struggling economy and shift in the government's advertisement policy, tech-savvy entrepreneurs introduced a new venture called Qissa.pk, an independent citizen journalism platform to promote parallel reporting.
In the program, she and other participants will 'assess the impact of social media, citizen journalism, and alternative forms of reporting, and examine strategies that support responsible and ethical reporting in an increasingly complex information environment.'
She added: "The slurs don't really bother me but the threats that say we know where you live, we'll see if you are brave as you thing'that bothers me because it also happens to other journalists." Varona stressed that independence is important for citizen journalism.
* Citizen journalism would be big and it would improve the quality of journalism.

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