Peer-to-peer journalism: What and how?
Peer to peer journalism is also on the rise since the introduction of such service. Basically, peer to peer journalism is all about the DIY platform that allows the amateurs or the individuals to share, the information or any news with the large audience. The Internet is playing an important as it now allows something like peer-to-peer book and novel writing on sites like Crowdholding. The It has the potential to change the whole landscape of this industry. There are many applications and blog websites available which are spreading the news even faster than the printing press and are bringing more radical changes in the media industry. Wikipedia, Slashdot, Kuro5hin, Everything2 and Wikiwiki are the most popular blog sites.
Peer to peer journalism is generally divided into three major categories. In this article, we would also like to share the information about these types. Check out their details below:
• Pure P2p: In this type there is no central server as peers act as clients and servers. Moreover, there is also no central router.
• Hybrid P2P: It has a central server that keeps the information on peers and responds the requests for that information. The peers holds the great responsibility of hosting the information as the central server does not store the files. They make the central server know that what files they want to share for downloading and it also let the server know that which other shareable resources that the peers can request. Router terminals are used to identify the addresses from which the request is forwarded to the server.
• Mixed P2P: It has the characteristics of both, pure and hybrid P2P.
Peer to peer network is made when everyone is connected through the modern technologies. In peer to peer journalism, the key question is this: what happens when connected, wearable gadgets, for example, Google Glass are cheap to the point that nearly everybody has one? At that point, any of us will have the capacity to wind up distinctly live-stream writers at whatever point we need. Whenever you feel something interesting is happening in your surrounding you can live to stream it and it will be considered as peer to peer journalism.
It's as of now ordinary to discuss national news coverage: the new time we occupy, in which anybody with a web connection can be a columnist. In any case, the genuine brilliant time of native news-casting will arrive, clearly, when a huge number of common individuals are fitted out with wearable gadgets, for example, Google Glass. How much wealthier would be our perspective of, say, the war in Syria on the off chance that we had entry to an immense number of live streams, coordinate from the contention?
The Internet and the latest smart devices are helping us to be the part of peer to peer network and play an active role in promoting the news and alerts. Blogs, live streams, and many other such things are the great source of peer journalism. We hope that this article had given you enough information that how peer to peer journalism works and what are its advantages.
Please do not hesitate in contacting us if you have any questions or concern regarding this topic. Here at Crowdholding we will be very please to bring you any helpful additional information on this matter.
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