Behind The Spin

  • What is Behind the Spin?
    Welcome to the web log of Behind the Spin, the magazine for and written by Public Relations students. Behind the Spin was first produced by students from the College of St Mark and St John, Plymouth, but was quickly opened to students, practitioners and academics across the UK. The print magazine is published three times a year, the blog will updated every Monday. Please send articles for consideration to Editor John Hitchins (you can comment any item by clicking Comment at the bottom of each post).

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June 26, 2006

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Sudipta Sengupta

The idea that citizen journalist only write in Blogs needs to be changed. There are news websites like www.merinews.com which only run on the basis of citizen/participatory journalism. I am an Engineer and management guy but at the same time a citizen journalist by choice. I belive people do take citizen journalism seriously. Its just a matter of time and more platforms like merinews to emerge. If you doubt then type my name(Sudipta Sengupta)+ citizen journalist on google.com and see the result.

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