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    Andrew Heyward, Monitor Group

    Andy Plesser

    by Andy Plesser

    Tuesday, July 29, 2008 "Citizen Journalism Has Not Been Successful on a Large Scale," San Francisco Chronicle Editor Phil Bronstein While millions of individuals are uploading videos to YouTube, the integration of citizen journalism into mainstream media has not yet happened on a large scale, says Phil Bronstein, editor of the San Francisco Chronicle. Phil was a panelist at the Beet.TV online video roundtable last week at Stanford. We agree. While CNN's iReport, and others are providing the public with tools to upload into managed media environments, this is still in the early stages. YouTube of course has established a powerful place as platform for citizen journalism which is "curated" not edited, says Steve Grove, YouTube's news and politics head who appears in this clip. Finally, Charles Tillinghast, president and publisher of agrees with Bronstein that the integration of citizen journalism into mainstream media is yet to happen. Moderating this panel was Andrew Heyward, former president of CBS News and now a consultant with the Monitor Group. Here's Phil's take on the conference in his blog post on the San Francisco Chronicle. Special thanks to Tony Perkins and the staff of AlwaysOn for hosting at their venue on Tuesday afternoon. Also, thanks to TurnHere for sponsoring us. More highlights from the conference ahead. -- Andy Plesser, Executive Producer