Citizen Journalism on Al Gore's Current Network

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Al Gore's new cable network Current features video produced by young, non-journalists to provide voices from outside the mainstream media. But inside the mainstream, professional journalists debate its value. Join Neal Conan and guests for the pros and cons of citizen journalism.


Marc Glaser, columnist at the Online Journalism Review

Vin Crosbie, president and managing partner of Digital Deliverance

John Temple, managing editor of the Rocky Mountain News

Kyle MacRae, managing director and founder of Scoopt

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