Citizen Media Meetup

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Introduction slides to HackDemocracy's Citizen Media Meetup with DeWereldMorgen, NewEurAsia and FairObserver.

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  • Citizen Media Meetup

    1. 1. #HackDemocracy Brussels Citizen Media 28.09.2011 brussels@hackdemocracy.org @HackDemocracy
    2. 2. Thank Yous BetaGroup Coworkingcoworking.betagroup.be @betacowork @today’s speakers @you
    3. 3. Dont forget to check-in & rate BetaGroup Coworking Brussels
    4. 4. HackDemocracyWe celebrate innovations for more democracy.Bring hackers, citizens and public officialstogether to work the future of our democracies.Wanna help out?Wanna talk at a meetup?brussels@hackdemocracy.org
    5. 5. Data Without Borders
    6. 6. data.gov.be
    7. 7. MigrationsMap.Net
    8. 8. EUHackathon.eu
    9. 9. TodayCitizen & Indy Media
    10. 10. For decades, politicians and journalists have beengrowing closer together. So close that it has notalways been good. [..] Politicians and journalistshave become intertwined - to the detriment ofboth politics and journalism. - Thomas Schmid, Publisher of the WELT Group, Berlin
    11. 11. Today’s speakers, 3 very different takes oncitizen/indy media.
    12. 12. DeWereldMorgen.beby Han Soete@hansoete Brussels-based news website, which started in 2001.
    13. 13. NewEurAsia.netby Christopher Schwartz Post-Soviet Central Asias largest@schwartztronica citizen-journalism network.
    14. 14. FairObserver.comby Fabian Neuen Their goal is to capture perspectives across@fairobserver disciplines and countries to contextualize and analyze important global trends.

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