- Posted April 17, 2014 by
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Collaborative journalism should not be confused with citizen journalism !
Citizen journalism should not be confused with professional Journalism also!. The practice of professional and non-professional journalists working together as Collaborative journalism should not be confused with citizen journalism! Citizen journalism which is practiced only by amateur reporters who develop stories by actively reporting, collecting, analyzing and disseminating news and information! often through blogs on the Internet. addition to the increasing prevalence of cellular telephones Now have made citizen journalism more accessible to people worldwide. Due to technology citizens often report breaking news more quickly than traditional media reporters.... Differentiation from Other Styles of Journalism
Community journalism or civic journalism, which are practiced only by professionals:
In community journalism, professional reporters focus their coverage on smaller communities, such as neighborhoods, suburbs, or small towns (rather than national or international coverage.)
Civic journalism is the philosophy and practice of professional journalists and newspapers acting as participants within a community, rather than detached spectators.
Collaborative journalism is similar, but not identical, to interactive journalism, in which consumers contribute to a professional news story through commenting and conversing with the reporter.
Wiki journalism is a type of collaborative journalisism