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30.05.2013 17:48 Aggregates Good News From Chelyabinsk Region

In spite of misgivings about its possibilities, local and citizen journalism continues to grow in Russia. The main focus is on breaking through the official propaganda and censorship and to deliver news that matters. 

      In Chelyabinsk, the capital of Southern Ural, a group of professional journalists moved to local online newsmaking. The site has grown from a vKontakte page that could no longer accommodate the growing needs of newsmakers and the audience alike. 

      The goal of the new site is to deliver breaking and exclusive news that are essentially good. The vast experience in Journalism is set to allow the correspondents to find something very special, unusual, and positive. 

      At last, one hopes, there will be a portal that makes a habit of posting good news. Which is good news to everyone, of course. 

Author: Julia Shuvalova

Tags: Russian journalism Chelyabinsk The Urals Region   

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