Nowadays everyone is a journalist. From real life reporting journalists to teens with mobile phones using social media sites. With the growth of technology, everyone with a mobile device at reach can report the news – whether it be bullying/fights in schools or something happening down the street. Posts on social media platforms seem to now be more persistent than news broadcasts/newspapers. ‘News’ reported on media/”immediate” technologies is now posted to an audience a lot quicker than it is even received by a news company. Blogs, YouTube videos, Tweets, etc., can often act as platforms to post ‘news’; but can citizen journalism always be relied upon? With everyone now being ‘journalists’, it is a little harder to seperate fact from fiction, therefore making it harder for reporting journalists to lead a believable story.