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28 December 2007
The Knight Digital Media Center is partnering with the Maynard Institute this week on a special workshop focusing on "Total Community Coverage in Cyberspace". It involves blogging and discussions
28 December 2007
The new name was approved by the board of directors of the Canadian Community Newspapers Association in early 2007. The name Canadian Media Circulation Audit is a reflection of the growth and
16 October 2007
In an effort to protect the ecosystems at Lake Tahoe, Nevada, the Graduate Program in Interactive Environmental Journalism at the Reynolds School of Journalism has created an innovative website to
11 October 2007
This reflection on publishing a web-based news service for communities in the Rocky Mountains covers a broad range of topics from blogging to citizen journalism.
11 October 2007
Community Media Canada (CMC) is a great resource for locating the members of the Canadian community newspaper industry with over 850 newspapers. The publications represent every single province and
11 October 2007
Knox and Waldo VillageSoup, locally dubbed TheSoup, is an experiment bringing immediate information and interactions to weekly newspaper markets. It exemplifies a new business model going beyond the
11 October 2007
The Sudbury Star will be revamping its website to follow the "citizen media" format. According to the newspaper publisher, Osprey Media used a group of "young, tech-savvy minds" to decide on the best
11 October 2007
While citizen journalism sites like NowPublic are gaining popularity and media attention, there are some hyper-local examples of the same kind of collaborative journalism. Northumberland View is a
11 October 2007
A Peterborough-based news service is hoping to develop a new form of journalism. Axiom News describes its operation as stakeholder journalism, working with community groups and non-government

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