Misinformation and User-Generated content: Applying participatory journalism practices in fact-checking

@inproceedings{Saridou2020MisinformationAU,
  title={Misinformation and User-Generated content: Applying participatory journalism practices in fact-checking},
  author={Theodora Saridou and Theodora Maniou and A. Veglis},
  year={2020}
}
  • Theodora Saridou, Theodora Maniou, A. Veglis
  • Published 2020
  • Computer Science
  • In the evolving news media landscape, the proliferation of user-generated content in online news outlets and social media platforms has triggered changes in traditional processes and relationships. However, the coexistence of professional and amateur content raises a wide range of matters. Misinformation is one of the main problems faced by media organizations during the exploitation of huge amounts of data. In order to ensure the quality of the content, journalists use control methods and… CONTINUE READING

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