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CNN's citizen journalism concept iReport gets its own site.
A user posts a fake news piece to CNN's iReport news hub. It stays live for 22 hours before someone realizes it must surely not be true.
After AT&T's broadband customers began reporting they couldn't access the forum site, a fake report surfaced on CNN's iReport alleging that AT&T's CEO was dead.
No evidence exists that the 18-year-old who submitted a fake story to CNN's iReport regarding Jobs' health attempted to profit from the report, according to Bloomberg.
A year and a half after launching its "iReport" initiative for user-submitted news, MediaWeek reports that CNN plans to turn it into a full-fledged site.
The news network's head of digital strategy previewed some new additions to its online platforms that will see video commenting and a new viewing interface coming to the Web, iPad and elsewhere.
Windows Phone 8 devices will offer new camera features including screenshots, Bing searches, and 360-degree panoramas.
USA Today's parent company Gannett Co. has reportedly began outfitting their reporters with thousands of iPhones and iPads in an attempt to create a mobile newsroom focused on real-time storytelling, social media integration, and a more video-centric approach to the news.
Silicon Alley Insider and CNN are at center of controversy surrounding false report that Apple CEO Steve Jobs suffered a heart attack. Citizen journalism may not be solely to blame.
iMovie's latest update is making its way to the iPad 2, and it looks better than ever.