This article was published on March 27, 2012

10 ideas on open journalism from the Guardian’s editor Alan Rusbridger


10 ideas on open journalism from the Guardian’s editor Alan Rusbridger
Anna Heim
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Anna Heim is the founder of MonoLibre and a freelance writer for various tech and startup publications. She is a polyglot French news junkie Anna Heim is the founder of MonoLibre and a freelance writer for various tech and startup publications. She is a polyglot French news junkie with a love for technology.

During the Guardian Open Weekend that took place a couple days ago, its Editor in Chief Alan Rusbridger was asked if the newspaper had “rules” for open journalism.

Rather than answering in private, he did what any ‘open journalist’ would do – and used its Twitter account to share ten very interesting ideas (“not rules”) “about what open journalism looks like.”

Considering Twitter’s ephemeral nature, we decided to put them all together and reshare them here:

Do you agree with his suggestions? What would you add to this list?