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The Guardian’s 10 ‘rules’ of Open Journalism… and money

Unless you’ve been living under a rock, you’ve seen the Guardian’s fantastic Three Little Pigs advert, detailing how The Guardian might tell the fairy tale in print and online using social media and crowd-sourcing for information/opinions.

(Here’s a link to that advert if you’ve enjoyed your time under said rock.)

This past weekend, The news org (because let’s be honest, The Guardian is so much more than a paper)  hosted an Open Weekend: A festival of readers and reasonableness.

During the weekend, Alan Rusbridger, Editor of the Guardian, was asked if the Guardian has rules for Open Journalism. Rusbridger responded via Twitter that they don’t have rules, but 10 ‘ideas’ about what it should look like:

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