Mostly common sense advice that is true of anything but good to hear.
A very handy guide from Journalism.co.uk.
This how-to features advice from a panel of experts on the key considerations, questions and tools journalists should have in mind when carrying out verification of content that surfaces via social media, be it a news tip, an image, a piece of audio or video.
The process covers three main stages: monitoring of social networks and the online community before news breaks, checking the content when it comes into play and subsequently reporting that content once verified.
Check out the full guide.
Apr 4, 2012
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