Google Is Helping Journalists Crowdsource War Reporting

Google Is Helping Journalists Crowdsource War Reporting

Journalists get help to discover and verify eyewitnesses on social media

Weronika Jurkiewicz
  • 28 april 2016

Smartphone footage sourced from an eyewitness is becoming a new standard in breaking news reporting, from Ferguson to Baghdad. But with so many people recording their accounts of the events and posting them to social media, it became increasingly harder for journalists to easily access everything that is available.

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