Anthony De Rosa

The revolution will not be televised, it will however be livestreamed.

By Anthony De Rosa
March 19, 2012

From Occupy Wall Street in its various locations around the world, to Tahrir Square in Egypt and now to Syria, where few reporters are able to enter, livestreams from citizen journalists increasingly are becoming the only window into what’s actually happening at any given moment during some of the biggest news events.

Tim Pool: Occupy Wall Street’s mobile journalist – Tech Tonic

By Anthony De Rosa
February 25, 2012

If you were to stop independent journalist Tim Pool on the street, you may think he’s just a bike messenger, with his skull cap, hoodie and shoulder strap bag. What you may miss is that Pool has transformed himself into a mobile journalist. He broadcast live videos in the midst of the Occupy movement using just an iPhone, a solar powered backpack and even a drone to an audience of thousands.

A look at the operational groups at Occupy Wall Street

By Anthony De Rosa
October 22, 2011

I took a tour of the operational groups at Occupy Wall Street at the start of the third week of the occupation.

Don’t dismiss the Wall Street occupation

By Anthony De Rosa
September 26, 2011

It would seem that a populist uprising against corporate greed would find a widely approving audience, yet the current occupation of Wall Street has mostly been received with a mix of muted support and mockery. The now week old protest, which has been reported to have attracted several hundred activists this past weekend, is struggling to be understood.