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Emerging Media: Role of Citizen Journalists, Bloggers, Online and Mainstream Media Practitioners

Probe Media Foundation in cooperation with the US Embassy of the Philippines organized a forum on “Emerging Media and Role of Citizen Journalists, Bloggers, Online and Mainstream Media Practitioners”.

The forum hopes to discuss and examine the role of citizen journalists and contribution to mainstream media, as well as ethics and responsibilities involved. Mr. Andrew Haeg, the guest speaker is a specialist on participatory media, citizen journalism, business and economics journalism, journalism innovation, design thinking and social media. He is the co-founder of the Public Insight Network, Knight Fellow at Stanford University (Change and Innovation in Journalism), Senior Producer and Analyst at American Public Media and freelance writer for the Economist.

This one-day forum is still on-going . Blog Watch is live tweeting the talk and you can view the live stream and recorded video at http://ustream.tv/channel/blogwatch

Here are some of the recorded videos:

With Luz Rimban

WIth Andrew Haeg

Panel Presentations with Ellen Tordesillas, Anna Rodriguez de la Cruz , Howie Severino and Ramon Tuazon

Andrew Haeg on Emerging media and open forum

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