Jan Ki Baat: Taking citizen journalism to the next level4 min read . Updated: 25 Aug 2017, 01:34 AM IST
Jan Ki Baat runs through volunteers on the ground who post live videos, audios, photos and texts to discuss local, national and social issues on the social media
Pradip Bhandari, 26, first realized the power of social media one day at the end of 2015 around the time the Constitution Day or Samvidhan Divas was announced in November. “I watched a debate on the TV and wanted to add some points," says the avid debator. Later the same day, he created a live video on his Facebook profile. Next, he posted another live video airing his views on the issue of air pollution in Delhi. “I turned this into a weekly thing, and realised that a lot of people wanted to contribute their thoughts to it," he says.
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