- — Kwame Owino (@IEAKwame)Mon, Aug 11 2014 20:03:05
- — Larry Madowo (@LarryMadowo)Mon, Aug 11 2014 20:13:32But bloggers have perfected the art & vice of libel and defamation. I can't tell you how much I've learnt about myself frPressPass#PressPass
- — Ludindi (@Ludindi)Mon, Aug 11 2014 20:20:16If I make a libelous allegation on my blog, sue me by the law. But don't tell me what to write or not to write. It's PressPass#PressPass.
- — Macharia Gaitho (@MachariaGaitho)Mon, Aug 11 2014 20:19:19The beauty of blogging is individualism and unfettered freedom. Regulations and rules beyond existing laws not necessary. @presspasske
- — Larry Madowo (@LarryMadowo)Mon, Aug 11 2014 20:10:11Bloggers and journos serve different purposes and both have a right to be here. Any conflict, real or imagined, is silly #PressPass
- — Naomi Mutua (@AKenyanGirl)Mon, Aug 11 2014 19:27:43
- — Eric Rufus (@EricRufus)Mon, Aug 11 2014 19:53:46
- — Stanley™ (@AtonyaStanley)Mon, Aug 11 2014 19:48:21
JOURNALISM VS BLOGGING
Some Kenyan bloggers don't want to be referred to as journalists. And many journalists want a clear distinction between them and bloggers. Yet some journalists do lots of blogging and bloggers feed from journalism. Confusing? Regulation of both spheres of expression has also been very contentious.
byALBERT GACHIRI432 Views