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“Web Streets” is Web Forensic Lab. Despite the contributions of web citizen journalists in enriching the local media landscape and increasing content variety, attention should also be given to citizen journalists in acknowledging their efforts in improving existing media reporting and inspiring other journalists. WEB STREETS BOARD begins to surge in impacts of web citizen journalists in improving existing media reporting and inspiring other journalists.

A New Form of Citizenship provides a much-needed analytical account of the implications of interactive participation in the construction of media content. Although web journalism is a fast-changing technology and sustained appeal to an international readership by seeking to critically assess Internet news production. Citizen journalism involves private individuals, who are normally the consumers of journalism, generating their own news content. Citizens collect, report, analyze, and disseminate news and information, just as professional journalists would, creating what is known as user-generated content. As Web 1.0 moved towards Web 2.0, online sites evolved from pages of text and information to pages where users could create, and not just consume. Online forums and social media grew in popularity, allowing people to have their say and come together to discuss and share common interests.

WebStreets Cybernate

We are building a hand-device-accessible voice news platform that lets community radio stations to access and broadcast live content stored on the Web, without requiring computers or Internet connectivity. The stages includes.

  • Journalists to deliver and retrieve news from remote areas. Due to the possibility of access via low-end mobile phones, the platform will enable anybody to become a citizen journalist, including inhabitants of remote rural areas, by allowing those wishing to share local news or local knowledge to quickly transmit information.
  • Community radio stations to access and manage news stories sent by journalists and citizens, and broadcast them without being limited the physical distance or access to traditional news and information providers.
  • Individuals and organizations in rural areas to access and contribute news stories via more channels, through community radio stations or by directly calling the voice news platform itself.
  • Enhanced opportunities for sharing knowledge between geographically distant communities in domains of shared interest (e.g. agricultural innovation knowledge with respect to farmer-managed natural regreening in the countries, an important area of current local and international collaboration).
  • Extended possibilities for interested people outside the rural localities (including family members working elsewhere) to have access and contribute to the news through the Web facilities provided by the voice news platform.

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