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ONA Issues: Digital News Coverage of the Revolution

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The revolution has been digitized — what does that mean for journalism? During this discussion we'll hear from Mohamed Nanabhay, Head of Online at Al Jazeera English (AJE) based in Doha, Qatar, Andy Carvin, Senior Stategist for NPR’s social media desk, as well as ONA Board members Cory Haik, representing the Washington Post, and moderator Will Sullivan — we’ll be digging into how news organizations are covering the revolution that erupted out of Egypt in whole new ways: from mobile reporting tools and techniques, to battling against Internet and communications blackouts, to Al Jazeera’s sharing content through a creative commons license, to Andy’s innovative and dogged approach to curating news from the region. This is a discussion that you won't want to miss.

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