The Rise of Ad-Hoc Journalist Support Networks
Increasingly, journalists working outside of traditional news organizations are coming together to support each other in a range of ways, from offering safety advice when covering protests to sharing news tips, local resource recommendations and more.
Read more: http://www.pbs.org/mediashift/2012/08/the-rise-of-ad-hoc-journalist-support-networks-243.html 
(Photo by Steve Rhodes)

The Rise of Ad-Hoc Journalist Support Networks

Increasingly, journalists working outside of traditional news organizations are coming together to support each other in a range of ways, from offering safety advice when covering protests to sharing news tips, local resource recommendations and more.

Read more: http://www.pbs.org/mediashift/2012/08/the-rise-of-ad-hoc-journalist-support-networks-243.html 

(Photo by Steve Rhodes)

  1. right-to-record reblogged this from jcstearns
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    I really like that bit about the audience becoming “media alies”, who also assist in the journalistic process.
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