FILLING THE NEWS GAP IN CAMBRIDGE AND BEYOND: CITIZEN JOURNALISM AND GRASSROOTS MEDIA | Cambridge Public Library, Cambridge, MA | May 4, 2013 | Cambridge Community Television presented this half-day forum at the Cambridge Public Library on May 4, 2013. The Berkman Center’s Digital Media Law Project and Cyberlaw Clinic were pleased to be co-organizers, along with MIT’s Center for Civic Media. The event explored the quickly expanding world of citizen journalism: how technology is fueling its growth; how that growth is changing the way we see our world, enact change, and disseminate the news; and how people in communities around the world are taking the initiative to share stories that are left untold by the mainstream media. The DMLP and the Clinic participated in a workshop addressing legal issues facing those who gather news.
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