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South Korea: citizen journalism

Ohmynews’ international citizen reporters’ reports on Ohmynews conference July 12-14. Gregory Daigle reports on Citizen Participation and Technology; Alexander Krabbe writes on Where Do You Head, Citizen Journalism?; Ronda Hauben on Exporting citizen journalism; David Michael Weber reports on Ohmynews Japan ready to launch; Roberto Spiezio on Bridging the digial divide; Perrier Joo writes about Worldwide initiatives make citizen journalism a reality; and Michael Lomas on Citizen reporters praise Ohmynews forum.

Readers can also read the report in parallel to Ethan Zuckerman's series of forum notes in My heart's in Accra.

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