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· April, 2008

Stories about Video from April, 2008

9 April 2008

Video on Flickr: An apple of dischord

Seventeen hours after its creation, the Flickr group "NO VIDEO ON FLICKR!!!" already has more than 5475 members and 670 items. What is even more amazing is that another group,...

Turkey: Interview with Murat Kurnaz

Algeria: Silly Summit Debate

7 April 2008

Egypt: A Wake Up Strike

Around 500 people were arrested in Egypt Sunday as police quashed a general strike, in protest against the increasing cost of living and calling for better wages. And just as...

6 April 2008

Argentina: high school students use online video to report their issues.

By uploading a video on YouTube, argentinean high school students managed to get mass media's attention to their plight: the need for a building where they can receive classes. Currently...

Iran:Salehi is out of jail

3 April 2008

Video and mobile video contests for global citizen journalists.

Three different video contests open for video bloggers from around the world to participate in, either especifically geared for citizen journalists or with a category for them. One for mobile...

1 April 2008

Hong Kong: Remembering Leslie Cheung and Danny Chan

Costa Rica: Cow Parade and internet video

The Cow Parade calls itself the world´s largest public art event, and for tiny Costa Rica´s standards, it certainly is a huge deal that the capital city of San José...

Jordan: Royal Debut on YouTube

Queen Rania of Jordan joins the ranks of YouTubers, much to to delight of Jordanian bloggers and vloggers around the Middle East. In a bid to break the stereotype, and...

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