Anthony De Rosa

Syria al-Shaab manages to broadcast under fire

By Anthony De Rosa
June 11, 2012

Using a combination of in-studio anchors and citizens piped in from Skype reporting directly from the ground, Syria al-Shaab manages to broadcast 12 hours of live programming a day from a country that won’t allow foreign reporters in.

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.