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Thursday, March 31, 2005

Participatory media at the Spokesman-Review

Ken Sands, online publisher at the Spokesman-Review, is one of The Media Center's new guest contributors for morph. His paper is beginning to experiment with participatory media, such as recruiting citizen ombudsmen and inviting the public into their morning and afternoon news meetings. I wanted to give this forum a heads-up, because Ken is looking for advice and comments as his paper embarks on this grand adventure, which he talks about in his first post.

Posted by Andrew Nachison on March 31, 2005 at 07:45 PM | Permalink


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