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Citizen Journalism: Challenges & Opportunities for Governments & Companies

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What citizen journalism means for governments and corporations and how can they can respond

What citizen journalism means for governments and corporations and how can they can respond


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  • http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Citizen_journalism
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    • 1. CITIZEN JOURNALISM The challenges & opportunities for governments & corporations @cpownall | charliepownall.com HONG KONG | July 2012
    • 2. The concept of citizen journalism (also known as “public”, “participatory”, "democratic", "guerrilla" or "street" journalism) is based upon public citizens "playing an active role in the process of collecting, reporting, analyzing, and disseminating news and information. Source: Wikipedia © CPC & Associates 2
    • 3. Characteristics of Citizen Journalism © CPC & Associates 3
    • 4. Activist © CPC & Associates 4
    • 5. Collaborative © CPC & Associates 5
    • 6. Diffuse © CPC & Associates 6
    • 7. Subjective © CPC & Associates 7
    • 8. Partial © CPC & Associates 8
    • 9. Rigorous © CPC & Associates 9
    • 10. Professional © CPC & Associates 10
    • 11. Mediated © CPC & Associates 11
    • 12. Immediate © CPC & Associates 12
    • 13. How Respond? © CPC & Associates 13
    • 14. Openly engage in dialogue © CPC & Associates 14
    • 15. Lead from the top © CPC & Associates 15
    • 16. Rebut inaccuracies © CPC & Associates 16
    • 17. Call detractors’ bluff © CPC & Associates 17
    • 18. Arm supporters © CPC & Associates 18
    • 19. Empower your employees © CPC & Associates 19
    • 20. Walk the talk © CPC & Associates 20
    • 21. © CPC & Associates 21
    • 22. QUESTIONS? © CPC & Associates 22
    • 23. CONNECT WITH ME: @cpownall charliepownall.com © CPC & Associates 23