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She says Intel writes about the stories that aren’t being picked up by the press, and that interestingly enough, reporters now come to Free Press to find story ideas. Regarding one of the challenges involved in producing this …

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How to Record Phone Interviews on iPhone, Android or Landline

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A step-by-step guide to recording radio and podcast-quality telephone interviews using an iPhone, an Android-based mobile, a landline phone or a computer.
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In interview Robin Good, that master of new media ( about curation — what it is, what it requires, why it’s important, how to do it.
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Are you grappling with how to protect the identities of anonymous posters? Legally speaking, can you even do that? Now, help is just a click away. On Monday, the Reporters Committee for Freedom of the Press unveiled the new Digital Journalist’s Legal Guide. If you haven’t bookmarked it yet, do so. Right now.

The Reporters Committee said the guide is “designed to assist anyone who is disseminating news online, from an independent blogger to a reporter for a major media outlet, as well as media lawyers active in this area.” The interactive reference is divided into three main topics — gathering news and getting information; protecting and defending your work; and knowing the legal restrictions. Each is then broken down into specific subjects, such as libel or access to courts; questions; recent relevant news articles; links; and comments. It will also be continually updated as digital journalism evolves.
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