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UNESCO World Press Freedom Day Question Box Tunisia May 2012

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Presentation to journalists working in the developing world and in emerging markets on how Question Box can connect them directly to citizens.

Presentation to journalists working in the developing world and in emerging markets on how Question Box can connect them directly to citizens.


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  • 1. Connect
the
World
UNESCO
World
Press
Freedom
Day,
Tunis,
Tunisia
–
May
2012
 www.questionbox.org
  • 2. Imagine
this
man
as
a
frontline
reporter.
www.questionbox.org
  • 3. Direct
access
is
possible
www.questionbox.org
  • 4. Ques@on
Box
lets
you
build
 a
hotline
connec@on
to
 any
popula@on
–
quickly
 and
budget‐conscious

  • 5. How
Ques;on
Box
Works
Ci@zen
served
conveniently
from
place
of
residence.

Valuable
informa@on
gathered
for
Media
Outlet
on
ci@zen
needs.


  • 6. Icons
for
Less
Literate
 Ques@on
Box

  • 7. Example
Uses
of
Ques;on
Box
• Direct
ci;zen
repor;ng
• Call‐in
opinions,
op‐eds,
complaints
• Listen
to
live
and
recorded
news,
 speeches
&
sports

• Access
to
Quality
Informa;on
for
 disenfranchised

  • 8. Example:
The
Media
needs
informa@on
 from
Ci;zens
 Daily
 Ques;on
 Newspaper
 Box
 Media
inves@gates
 Ci;zens
Report
 &
makes
account
 Government
Corrup;on
 public
www.questionbox.org
  • 9. Example:
Ci;zens
need
to
know
 informa@on
from
the
Media
 Local
Radio
 Ques;on
 Box
 Sta@on
 Radio
broadcasts
expert
Farmers
Affected
by
 agricultural
advice
to
villages,
and
Climate
Change
need
 interviews
government.
help

  • 10. Reach
Communi@es
with
No
Reporters
 QB QB QBwww.questionbox.org
  • 11. Radio
+
Ques;on
Box
 Radio
 www.questionbox.org
  • 12. Ques;on
Box
India
 Crisis‐Ready

  • 13. Ques;on
Box
India
 Ci;zen
Reporters?

  • 14. Ques;on
Box
India
Access
for
Everyone

  • 15. KAMPALA,
BUSHENYI,
 UGANDA
 UGANDA

  • 16. www.questionbox.org
  • 17. Uganda
Ques@on
Box
in
Ac@on

  • 18. Ques@on
Box
Call
Track
SoZware
www.questionbox.org
  • 19. What
Ques;on
Box
Provides:
•  Set
up
&
customize
hotline
system
 – Hardware
 – SoZware
 – Guides

 – Training
•  Ongoing
Support

 –  Data
analysis
 –  Tech
 RUN
FROM
BACK
OFFICE
 –  Scaling
 www.questionbox.org
  • 20. Ques@on
Box
Background

•  Founded
in
2007
as
a
US‐registered
 501(c)3
NGO
 •  Past
project
partners
include
Na;onal
•  Ques@on
Box
featured
in
leading
 Internet
Exchange
of
India
(NIXI);
 publica@ons
worldwide,
including:
 Europe
Asia
Business
School;
NIIT;
 –  New
York
Times
 Grameen
Founda;on
on
a
Bill
&
 –  Times
of
India
 Melinda
Gates
Founda;on
project;
&
 –  Deutsche
Welle
 other
organiza@ons
(orphanage,
 –  BBC
 agriculture,
health,
etc.)
 –  UK
Telegraph
 –  Indian
Express
 •  Thousands
(1000s)
of
Ques;ons
 –  Harvard
Business
Review
online
 Answered
 –  UK
Guardian
 –  New
Scien;st

  • 21. Ques;on
Box
helps
you
make

 media
accessible
to
everyone
Rose
Shuman
Ques;on
Box
1158
26th
Street,
#267
Santa
Monica,
CA
90401
USA
+1‐323‐389‐5065
rose@ques;onbox.org
www.ques;onbox.org