DOI:​10.1177/0263276413482382
Corpus ID: 145295198
BBC Arabic, Social Media and Citizen Production: An Experiment in Digital Democracy before the Arab Spring
M. Gillespie
Published 2013
Sociology

Theory, Culture & Society
This article examines an innovative experiment in democratizing international broadcasting through embracing a participatory model of production. In spring 2010, a political debate television series… Expand
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