Poland’s Gazeta Wyborcza believes it helps to build an open society by providing platforms for debates and inspiring readers concerned with a common good. Sometimes readers take an opportunity and start competing with their own newspaper. Read more
The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission is examining the teen’s motives after the article on CNN’s iReport.com sent Apple shares down as much as 5.4 percent and cut Apple’s market value by at least $4.8 billion on Oct. 3, Bloomberg reports. Read more
“YouTube’s journalism programme could provide a collaborative solution to the decline in traditional foreign correspondents,” says Steve Grove, head of news and politics for YouTube. Read more
Two editors from two generations were asked the same question: 79-years-old Francois Regis Hutin, CEO of Ouest-France, a regional daily newspaper in France, and Kevin Anderson, blogs editor at the UK nation-wide daily The Guardian, who is almost 50 years younger. Read more
How many photo reporters can you assign to make a portrait of your country? 1? 2? 5? 10? 50? What about 25 thousand? It is possible, we have done it, writes Grzegorz Piechota of Poland’s Gazeta Wyborcza. Read more
Denmark’s Ekstra Bladet helps youngsters make their own newspapers with an online editorial system. It is the only offer of this kind in the world, writes Henrik Schou of the Danish daily. Read more
Poland’s Gazeta Wyborcza started a serious debate about the absence of the father, his disappearance from family life, his atrophying ties with his own children. It started with a poll.
Writing letters to fathers served as a national therapy for Poles. What a burden people bear, as they write to the newspaper: ”Thank you for the oppportunity to make a confession”?