Bare the Fox is a corruption Reporting project intended to boost public understanding and especially reporting and discussion of corruption related incidences and issues. Corruption in all its forms is reported to be on the increase and remain key concerns in Uganda. While the traditional media has tried to report on corruption, a lot of corruption related activities and incidences still go unreported. Recent allegations of media houses and journalists being corrupt or being compromised by corrupt officials have made the corruption exposure inadequacies worse.
MediaBugs is a service for reporting specific, correctable errors and problems in media coverage.
See something wrong with a news item in print, broadcast or online? You report the problem. We'll provide a neutral, civil, moderated discussion space. We'll try to alert the journalists or news organization involved about your report and bring them into a conversation.
As a result of this dialogue between journalists and the public, some errors may get corrected; others won't. Either way, the discussion will leave a useful public record.
NewsTrust helps people find and share good journalism online, so they can make more informed decisions as citizens.
Our nonprofit news service provides a wide range of tools that empower citizens to access quality news and information -- and learn to separate fact from fiction about important public issues. We promote good journalism, news literacy and civic engagement -- and we welcome donations to support our service.
Assignment Zero (AZ) was an experiment in crowd-sourced journalism, allowing collaboration between amateur and professional journalists to collectively produce a piece of work that describes correlations between crowd-sourced techniques and a popular movement.