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Citizen journalism in society and its impact on traditional journalism.

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Citizen Journalism is the Best way to represent every individuals feeling over the society, Now the new way of citizen journalism over the internet

Advantages:

1) Easy to represent

2) Easy to express society problems

3) Express the most important developments and information of a individual

4) information to be published in the areas of entertainment, sports, jobs, health and beauty, politics, business, technology, press release, market research etc..

5) your voice to the world.

Disadvantages;

1) strict and conditional publishing of information

2) Not to hurt anyone

Le journalisme de Citoyen est la Meilleure façon de représenter tous les individus sentant sur la société, Maintenant la nouvelle façon(chemin) de journalisme de citoyen sur Internet

Avantages :

1) Facile de représenter2) Facile d'exprimer des problèmes de société3) Exprimer les développements les plus importants et les informations d'un individu4) Des informations à être publiées dans les zones(domaines) de divertissement, le sport, des emplois(travaux), la santé et la beauté, la politique, l'affaire(activité), la technologie, le communiqué de presse, l'étude de marché etc..

5) Votre voix au monde.

Inconvénients;1) Publication stricte et conditionnelle d'informations 2) Ne pas blesser quelqu'un

THREE ADVANTAGES OF TRADITIONAL PUBLISHING

1. QUALITY CONTROL. To be published, manuscripts and their authors must successfully jump through the hoops of literary agencies, acquisitions editors, contractual negotiations, editing, production, and marketing. Books are chosen by editors and marketers who more often than not know a good book when they see one. Manuscripts that get through a publisher's rigorous screening process are more likely to emerge as worthwhile, readable books.

2. FAVORABLE CASH FLOW. Trade publishers (publishers selling to the book trade, not to schools and universities) in most cases pay authors an advance against royalties. This advance is the author’s to keep, even if the book does not sell enough copies to “earn out” the advance. Authors can use the advance to buy some time from regular work for researching and writing their book.

3. MAINSTREAM EXPOSURE. It’s true that many an author’s heart is broken when their shiny new book hits the bookstands and the publisher promotes it with little enthusiasm. However, authors stand their best chance of getting public recognition for their work when they and their books are part of the publishing, library, and bookstore infrastructure set up to garner book reviews, media interviews, award nominations, award wins, and so on.

THREE DISADVANTAGES OF TRADITIONAL PUBLISHING

1. LONG LEAD TIME. It can take an author years before they are signed up by a publisher and it can take another year or two after that for their manuscript to work its way through the editing, design, production, and marketing process. As a result, authors writing about topical events are often frustrated by the length of time it takes to get to market.THREE ADVANTAGES OF TRADITIONAL PUBLISHING

1. QUALITY CONTROL. To be published, manuscripts and their authors must successfully jump through the hoops of literary agencies, acquisitions editors, contractual negotiations, editing, production, and marketing. Books are chosen by editors and marketers who more often than not know a good book when they see one. Manuscripts that get through a publisher's rigorous screening process are more likely to emerge as worthwhile, readable books.

2. FAVORABLE CASH FLOW. Trade publishers (publishers selling to the book trade, not to schools and universities) in most cases pay authors an advance against royalties. This advance is the author’s to keep, even if the book does not sell enough copies to “earn out” the advance. Authors can use the advance to buy some time from regular work for researching and writing their book.

3. MAINSTREAM EXPOSURE. It’s true that many an author’s heart is broken when their shiny new book hits the bookstands and the publisher promotes it with little enthusiasm. However, authors stand their best chance of getting public recognition for their work when they and their books are part of the publishing, library, and bookstore infrastructure set up to garner book reviews, media interviews, award nominations, award wins, and so on.

THREE DISADVANTAGES OF TRADITIONAL PUBLISHING

1. LONG LEAD TIME. It can take an author years before they are signed up by a publisher and it can take another year or two after that for their manuscript to work its way through the editing, design, production, and marketing process. As a result, authors writing about topical events are often frustrated by the length of time it takes to get to market.

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