Dylan Kissane describes an international pro-am media process:
A British journalist in Lebanon was on a television show hosted in Qatar debating an American and a Palestinian. An Australian in France heard what he said, passed the information to a blogger more than 13,000 kilometres away who – with aid from a worldwide readership – led to further uncovering of Fiskian untruths. Finally, a newspaper in Sydney published an article with further background questioning a fellow journalist in public in a way that a blogger can only do to their obviously more limited audience.
And all of this is entirely normal in a networked, globalised world.
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