Well, if we don’t, no one will.
NewsTechZilla received a wonderful write-up about this new endeavor in the Knoxville News Sentinel in the Sunday edition.
Here’s what Michael Silence wrote about us:
Two Tennessee bloggers, one a journalist and the other a techie, are launching a Web site for citizen journalists and others who need technical assistance navigating the pixels.
Trace Sharp, managing editor of the Weakley County Press, and Scott Adcox, a Knoxville techie who built his first Web site in 1995, are hosting NewsTechZilla, http://www.newstechzilla.com.
Sharp offers the bottom line of the endeavor: “Our plans are to write about what we know, what we want to learn and hopefully be a guide for other journalists trying to be viable in new markets. There is some fantastic information out in the blogosphere that we will spotlight all in one convenient location.”
Adcox called it, simply, “citizen journalism for journalists.”
A quick thank you to Silence and go read what he had to say.
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