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Wiki Journalism

Wiki journalism
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Wiki journalism is a form of participatory journalism or crowdsourcing, which uses wiki technology to facilitate collaboration between users. It is a kind of collaborative journalism. The largest example of wiki journalism is Wikinews.

Wikinews
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Wikinews

Screenshot of wikinews.org home page
URL
www.wikinews.org
Available language(s)
multilingual
Owner
Wikimedia Foundation
Created by
Wikimedia Community
Alexa rank
12,973[1]
Wikinews is a free-content news source wiki and a project of the Wikimedia Foundation. The site works through collaborative journalism. Jimmy Wales has distinguished Wikinews from Wikipedia by saying "on Wikinews, each story is to be written as a news story as opposed to an encyclopedia article."[2] The neutral point of view policy espoused in Wikinews distinguishes it from other citizen journalism efforts such as Indymedia and OhmyNews.[3] In contrast to most projects of the Wikimedia Foundation, Wikinews allows original work under the form of original reporting and interviews.[4] The English Wikinews is the only Wikimedia site that grants press passes to reporters endorsed by the local community.[5]

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