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Re: <nettime> What Will Be the Model for a More Participatory News?
lotu5 on Tue, 7 Feb 2006 12:20:03 +0100 (CET)


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Re: <nettime> What Will Be the Model for a More Participatory News?


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Ronda Hauben wrote:
> Here's an article I did about some of the efforts to create a more
> participatory form of news.
> 
> http://english.ohmynews.com/ArticleView/article_view.asp?menu=A11100&no=271588&rel_no=1&back_url=
> 
> With the increasing failure of especially the US mainstream media
> to provide the news needed to deal with the corruption our society
> is plagued with, it would be good to see serious discussion of what
> is needed and efforts to work together to create what is needed.
> The following article I wrote that is in OhmyNews is a contribution
> to beginning this process. Ronda
> 
> 
>              What Will Be the Model for a More Participatory News?
>                                      By Ronda Hauben
>                                      ronda(at)panix.com


Hi. I haven't had time to read this entire article yet, but I searched
it and didn't find any mention of indymedia. How could you try to
address this topic without discussing an effort to create participatory
media that has been going on since 1999 and is now taking place in every
country in the world (except the arctic)?

  lotu5


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