Gregorio Bisso

Italy

Simply, a man. I was born and live in Genoa, Italy.
Writer. Blogger and wikipedian since 2003.
Passions: culture, arts, music, media, tech, human rights, software, social impact, freedom culture, freedom press.

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21 February 2018

17:38:40, 21 Feb 2018 ( diff | hist). . Turkey: with the sentence to life imprisonment of six journalists, freedom of the press and the rule (Updated → add video AP Archive is the film and video archive of The Associated Pres)
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19 February 2018

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03 April 2018

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12 January 2018

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  1. Hi Gregorio

    On: “Turkey: with the sentence to life imprisonment of six journalists, freedom of the press and the rule.”

    This is a very interesting subject. However, at the moment this reads like a news story for events that happened on February 16. As it’s now February 23, we need to find a way of making it current.

    What is happening on this subject now? Are there any developments in the case? Have any groups involved, such as Amnesty International or Reporters Sans Frontieres, said anything new on this recently?

    Also, can you add much more attribution for the statements and assertions you make in the story. Everything needs to be backed up from a reliable news source.

    Below is the section on attribution taken from this article “How to write a piece of journalism for WikiTribune” (https://www.wikitribune.com/project/how-to-write-a-piece-of-journalism-for-wikitribune/) that I fully recommend you read in full.

    I’m looking forward to working with you on this. Let me know if you have further questions.

    Thanks,

    Ed


    ATTRIBUTION:

    “As a general rule, events or activities that a writer witnesses do not require attribution. Everything else does.

    What you can see: Demonstrators marched down Fifth Avenue calling for the release of imprisoned Muslim cleric Omar Abdel-Rahma. (You could see the people on the street. You saw the signs they carried and heard what they said.)

    What requires attribution: Thousands of demonstrators marched … (Generally speaking, we’re not equipped nor qualified to estimate the size of a crowd. Ask for an official estimate from police or civil authorities and attribute the information.)

    Information you obtain second-hand, criticism, statements about controversial issues and opinions all must be attributed.”

  2. Hi Gregorio,

    Could you also add specific hyperlinks/sources to the assertions made in your “Turkey: with the sentence to life imprisonment of six journalists, freedom of the press and the rule” story?

    Let me know when that’s done and I’ll edit.

    Best,

    Ed

  3. Hi Gregorio,

    Many thanks for starting the story “Turkey: with the sentence to life imprisonment of six journalists, freedom of the press and the rule.” I’m around to edit it, so let me know when you’re done and I’ll take a look.

    Best,

    Ed

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