Tag Archives: citizen journalism

Oh what exciting times

A mate sent me a link to this article earlier today, “For God’s sake, somebody call it!”, in which Neil Burgess, after some explanation, calls “time of death” on photojournalism. (That being “11.12. GMT 1st August 2010”! Yeah. Right.) He’s … Continue reading

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Quickly in passing

Hmm. Just thought I’d mention this, quickly, “in passing” so to speak. Apparently the Picture Editors’ Guild has launched a new contest to recognise the work of press photographers… with a category dedicated to citizen photojournalists wouldya believe! More info … Continue reading

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Photographs like this may soon become illegal!

Yep! According to some proposed legislation currently “going through the process” apparently I could get up to ten years in jail for taking a photograph like the above and publishing it in future! Read Terror Law and Photography on photojournalist … Continue reading

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Big Trouble in St. Paul over Journalist Arrests

The shape of things to come for all citizen journalists and all photojournalist types who choose not to follow the msm line maybe?… “Journalists and St. Paul citizens assembled outside St. Paul City Hall today to deliver more than 60,000 … Continue reading

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Losing the Battle against Police Misconduct

Just read this disturbing post on injusticeinseattle.blogspot.com. “Slowly, but steadily, we are losing the battle against police misconduct… Police unions and other organizations designed to increase the influence of the police in the political arena are growing rapidly in number … Continue reading

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