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Periscope journalism evolving in Baltimore: “Just let the truth come out”

Paul Lewis, Washington correspondent for The Guardian, further developed the emerging process of live-streaming mobile video journalism as he used Periscope to tell stories from the riots in Baltimore Monday night.

First, Lewis streamed coverage of the gathering crowd as fire destroyed a senior housing development which was under construction; seen in the images above.

Then he interviewed a woman named Cynthia, who runs a local shelter and says that we need to “just let the truth come out.”

According to the followers below, Periscope is making that possible.

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6 thoughts on “Periscope journalism evolving in Baltimore: “Just let the truth come out””

  1. God love Cynthia. She told it like it is. She has become my hero for the day and I’ll share this video with all whom I can. And God love the people living in poverty and coping with all the troubles it brings.

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