The International Encyclopedia of Digital Communication and Society
Citizen media is defined as a form of journalism that provides an alternative to traditional journalism. It is now an integral part of journalism input, production, dissemination, and consumption. The citizen media that emerged at the end of the twenty-first century is associated with the rapid rise of the Internet and Web 2.0. as a source of broadcasting and public information.
Belair-Gagnon, Valerie; Anderson, C.W..
Citizen media and journalism.
The International Encyclopedia of Digital Communication and Society.
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