iPhone Application Links Citizen Journalists to Local Stations

Dec 2, 2008  •  Post A Comment

Technology company Cell Journalist launched an iPhone application today that lets citizen journalists share news, information and events with local media outlets, the company announced today.
The iPhone capability links into the existing Cell Journalist technology that is used by a number of television stations, newspapers and radio stations. Cell Journalist said the iPhone application lets iPhone users share reports from their iPhones with a TV station or newspaper.


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