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TruthSquad

Submitted by admin on 8 June, 2012 - 02:32
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How can you tell fact from fiction on the Internet? Join Truthsquad, a community fact-checking experiment led by NewsTrust, in partnership with the Center for Public Integrity

Public
Type: 
Experimental
Journalism
Themes: 
Accountability
Journalism
Audiences: 
General Public
Crowds: 
Public - Web
Contributions: 
Verification
Input Channels : 
Web
Output Channels: 
Web

MediaBugs

Submitted by admin on 8 June, 2012 - 02:04
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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.

Public
Type: 
Alerting
Experimental
Journalism
Themes: 
Journalism
Audiences: 
General Public
Civil Society Organisations
Journalists
Crowds: 
Public - Web
Contributions: 
Alert
Report
Input Channels : 
Web
Output Channels: 
Web

NewsTrust

Submitted by admin on 31 May, 2012 - 22:35
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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.

Public
Type: 
Experimental
Journalism
Themes: 
Journalism
Crowds: 
Public - Web
Journalists
Contributions: 
Analysis
Story
Verification
Input Channels : 
Web
Output Channels: 
Web

Assignment Zero

Submitted by admin on 3 May, 2012 - 22:35
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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.

Public
Project Date: 
1 July, 2006
Type: 
Experimental
Journalism
Themes: 
Journalism
Crowds: 
Public - Web
Journalists
Contributions: 
Analysis
Report
Story
Input Channels : 
Web
Output Channels: 
Web
Tools: 

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