29 April 2008

Citizen Media Site To Pay Contributors

A citizen journalism website is offering membership of a revenue-sharing project to its regular writers.

The revamped DigitalJournal says payment will be based on the number of articles submitted each month and the rankings they achieve.

However, the initiative is only open to citizen journalists who upload news stories and will not include payments for blogs, videos or photographs.

“DigitalJournal.com is the first online community where citizen journalists actually get paid for contributing,” states the website.

“With an always-growing cash pool, every single citizen journalist gets a chance to compete for a share of the moneypot. The more you contribute, the more you earn.”

People looking to become members of the revenue-sharing club will first need to have their work approved by DigitalJournal to show they can find and write relevant pieces.

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