Ethan Zuckerman je so-ustanovitelj platforme Global Voices, bloger in raziskovalec medijev, ki vodi Center for Civic Media, del medijskega laboratorija na Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). Pogovarjamo se o državljanskem novinarstvu in digitalnih orodjih za aktivno državljanstvo.
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Ethan Zuckerman – director of the Center for Civic Media at MIT, and a principal research scientist at the MIT Media Lab. His research focuses on the distribution of attention in mainstream and new media, the use of technology for international development, and the use of new media technologies by activists. With Rebecca MacKinnon, he co-founded international blogging community Global Voices. Global Voices showcases news and opinions from citizen media in over 150 nations and thirty languages, publishing editions in twenty languages. Through Global Voices and through the Berkman Center for Internet and Society at Harvard University, Zuckerman is active in efforts to promote freedom of expression and fight censorship in online spaces. In 2000, Zuckerman founded Geekcorps, a technology volunteer corps that sends IT specialists to work on projects in developing nations, with a focus on West Africa. He is the author of “Rewire: Digital Cosmopolitans in the Age of Connection”, writes a blog, you can reach him on Twitter @EthanZ. Find more about Ethan and his work here.
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