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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.
CNN's citizen journalism concept iReport gets its own site.
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.