On Friday, Sept. 12, the University of Missouri School of Journalism hosted a world-class panel of media experts to address profound questions and concepts facing journalists today, except for one. No one seemed enthused to try to pin down the "elephant in the auditorium": Does open-source journalism require editorial override to preserve integrity? As the world becomes more connected through the Internet and new technologies, journalists must address this potential quandary for their profession.
Providing the check on open-source journalism
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