About the series
- Main page: News 2.0
- Two one-hour CBC Radio programs about changes to our understanding
of 'journalism' now that anyone can create, report and publish news.
- Part 1 (MP3 runs 49:19)
- Sunday Oct. 18, 11:00 a.m. (11:30 NT) on CBC Radio One.
- Part 2 (MP3 runs 57:10)
- Sunday Oct. 25, 11:00 a.m. (11:30 NT) on CBC Radio One.
- Chris Anderson
- Editor-in-chief of "Wired" magazine.
- Clay Shirky
- Author of "Here Comes Everybody: The Power of Organizing Without Organizations."
- Andrew Keen
- Author of "The Cult of the Amateur: How Today’s Internet is Killing our Culture."
- Paul Sullivan
- Print journalist and former editor of a Citizen Journalism website.
- Paul Gillin
- Author of "The New Influencers: A Marketer’s Guide to the New Social Media."
- Kirk Lapointe
- Managing Editor of the Vancouver Sun, and a thoughtful observer of the Canadian media scene.
- Matthew Ingram
- Globe and Mail Communities Editor welcomes citizen participation in the creation of news and journalism.
- PBS Mediashift
- U.S. public broadcasting look at the media industry.
- Canada's journalism industry blog.
- New York University Journalism
- Jay Rosen blog about issues in the news and media business.
- Buzz machine
- Online media analyst Jeff Jarvis's blog.
- Bill Doskoch: Media, BPS*, Film, Minutiae
- Canadian blog about journalism and journalist issues and trends.
- BBC satire on Social Media contributions to the news
- CBC Radio's program Spark treats you to a BBC-produced skit about broadcasters working a little too hard to get the Citizen Journalism perspective.
Citizen Journalism sites of interest
- Now Public
- Website where news events are reported ranked for importance and by the public.
- Digital Journal
- Website where users rank the value and importance of news stories and blogs.
- CNN iReport
- U.S. broadcaster's website where 'citizen journalists' contribute pictures, video and descriptions of news events.
- Oh My News
- Korean-based online news website where 'citizen journalists' contribute to the journalism.
- Citizen Uprising, article by Ira Basen
- From 'Maisonneuve' magazine, Oct. 2009
- Spin Cycles: Spin, the spinners and the spun
- CBC News examination of the news and public relations industry, from 2007
- CBC Radio 'The Sunday Edition'
- CBC Radio's long-running documentary program, exploring ideas and analyzing issues.