[cc-community] Creative Commons citizen journalism
rachel at groundreport.com
Mon Aug 13 16:02:02 EDT 2007
Thanks Claude and Jon, both really good points. We are huge fans of
Global Voices and will certainly be more careful in the future. And it
IS great to be able to have this conversation-- proves that citizen
journalism and creative commons are a natural match.
Claude Almansi wrote:
> Another point of comparison would be Global Voices Online
> http://globalvoicesonline.org/ where content is under a CC Attribution
> license http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/2.5/ with a page on
> attribution policy
> On 8/13/07, Brianna Laugher <brianna.laugher at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Is Wikinews ( http://www.wikinews.org/ ) a "citizen journalism
>> platform"? They're CC-BY-2.5.
>> Just wondering how Groundreport compares to Indymedia and Wikinews, in
>> terms of the space for user-generated news.
>> On 13/08/07, Rachel Sterne <rachel at groundreport.com> wrote:
>>> Wanted to let everyone know that we just relaunched GroundReport, the
>>> only citizen journalism platform that exclusively uses Creative Commons
>>> licenses. You're invited to come rate content and submit your own news.
>>> You can choose from a range of licenses based on your interests. We also
>>> share our revenues with all contributors, based on traffic.
>>> Here's the kind of content we're interested in:
>>> -- news articles
>>> -- photography & images
>>> -- video
>>> -- audio
>>> Plus we are officially launching our live citizen news channel,
>>> GroundReport TV. If you want to be a citizen reporter or get involved,
>>> please get in touch.
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