A lesser, but still important, uprising concerns dissatisfaction with news coverage. You'll notice this crystallizing right now among Internet users—especially on Twitter. (If you haven't done so yet, search Twitter for the hashtag #iranelection.) The general sentiment is that the mainstream media was too slow and too cautious in covering the Iran election. Consider this the first major news story to have totally slipped out of the groove of the established news outlets, and is now being told to audiences directly by people involved in it.
Many Twitter commentators are relying on photos from Tehran for facts about what's going on.
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Posted by Daryl Lang on June 15, 2009 at 1:39 PM on http://www.pdnpulse.com/2009/06/iran-protest-photos-key-to-twitter-coverage.html
Photo feed from Iran http://tinyurl.com/lsjurl #IranElection