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 n.— «With an accelerated news cycle and so many disasters and global events to cover, a new type of open-source reporting, citizen journalism, has stepped in to fill the breach. Before you think citizen journalism involves a maverick muckraker with a laptop, consider the traditional media’s response. Many “Citjos,” as they are called, work alongside old hands in the newsrooms.» —“Open Source Journalism: Crowdsourcing the Media” by Angelo Fernando LinuxInsider Jan. 10, 2008. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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