The Twitter Revolt Against Mainstream Media

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  1. Astrid Sheil, PhD says:

    Could the timing of this situation be any more poignant? After last week’s Academic Summit in Washington, DC, which focused on the power of micro-media and the un-bounding of information and news, the situation in Tehran really demonstrates that a new paradigm in communication has taken hold in the world. We can talk about it all day long, but the people of Iran are showing us how it’s done. In Latin, we say: res ipsa loquitor: the thing speaks for itself.

  2. Arnold says:

    What’s up, just wanted to say, I liked this article. It was funny. Keep on posting!

  1. August 15, 2009

    […] The Twitter Revolt Against Mainstream Media 2009 June 18 tags: #CNNFAIL, citizen journalism, Twitter by Dave Levy The below piece is an Op-Ed I co-authored with one of the really smart people I work with here at Edelman, Dave Almacy, and is also available at PR Week (subscription required). It’s also cross-posted at Dave’s blog, Capital Gig. […]

  2. January 28, 2017

    […] to tell their stories. Dave Levy and I co-authored a piece that ran in PRWeek called “Twitter Revolt Against Mainstream Media” where we wrote, “The crowd felt a sense of entitlement for news they wanted covered, […]

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