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  • Fox News And MySpace Launch uReport (Not To Be Confused With CNN’s iReport)

    Fox News And MySpace Launch uReport (Not To Be Confused With CNN’s iReport)

    FOX News and MySpace are partnering to launch Fox's citizen journalism social media platform on MySpace, called uReport. MySpace members can share citizen produced content with the MySpace community, as well as have the chance to be featured on FOX News. FOX News and MySpace are both owned by News Corp. FOX News uReport, which is nearly identical to CNN's citizen journalism initiative iReport, is… Read More

  • Spot.Us Experiments With Citizen-Funded Community Journalism

    Spot.Us Experiments With Citizen-Funded Community Journalism

    Newspapers are dying across the country. Local papers are shutting down, Gannett is laying off 3,000 people, the Christian Science Monitor will no longer put out a print edition, and even the New York Times is facing a serious cash crunch. Can citizen journalism fill in the gaps? David Cohn thinks so. Today, he launches Spot.Us, a not-for-profit experiment in community-funded journalism. The… Read More

  • CNN iReport: iLame Or iGood?

    CNN iReport: iLame Or iGood?

    CNN launched iReport.com yesterday, a “citizen journalism” site dedicated to user news submissions. Andy Warhol said in 1968 that “In the future, everyone will be world-famous for 15 minutes,” and iReport.com is offering users at least part of their 15 minutes as submissions may be used on CNN itself. But unfortunately that’s where it ends, because there is no payment… Read More