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About Robert Paisola, Worldwide Journalist
The new and uncharted worlds of Citizen Journalism will soon become an international issue. Does the poor, uneducated African Farm Worker have the right to be heard? Does the average American have the right to be heard if he/she creates an international forum, does the news of the day BELONG to the major networks? And if it does not, and they ... See Morechoose to accept stories from around the world, by "us common folks" do they have the ability to censor what is said when the questions become tough and the heat is turned up? What if we simply dig deeper and ask questions that they can not, because of "policy" And what controls exist in these media outlets to ensure unilateral equality to prevent discrimination against black reporters, mexican reporters, controversial reporters or gay reporters. We learned of a case that most likely will go right to the Supreme Court as this David v Goliath battle becomes a worldwide matter of simple rights and equality. The Electronic Frontier Foundation has weighed in on this and it is clear, that this is a complete violation of civil rights. I will put my money on David, because the American People (the jury) are sick and tired of the status quo, and when you hear the interviews that we have done with "Real Journalists around the nation" you will be shocked at how scared the Major Networks are of The Citizen Journalist and the worldwide power that is now held by the average person. Here is a story that I wrote for Fast Company Magazine on Citizen Journalism... Enjoy, and we understand that there is a million dollar endowment being dedicated to this cause, as this is truly a case that will live in history and set the mark for the entire business of Journalism. We choose to become citizen journalists, and invested close to 500,000 in equipment alone. THAT is how serious we take OUR DUTY to the American Public. Every dime gained from this case (estimated at 100 Million Dollars) will go toward our goal of assisting displaced reporters, producers and editors who are the victims of major news organizations who simply do not "get it" If you would like to discuss this issue on your national show, please email firstname.lastname@example.org Please leave your comments for the world and the 1800 journalists who follow this site or call 1-877-517-9555 and SEND AN EMAIL!
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