Vice News Provides Nightly Livestreams from Ferguson

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The protests and police standoffs that have been happening in Ferguson, MO over the past week--stemming from the police shooting of an unarmed black teenager--have been well documented across news sites and social media. But Vice News has found an even more unfiltered way to cover the story. They have been live-streaming on-the-ground footage from Ferguson every night for the past week.

Vice News editor-in-chief Jason Mojica says of their reporters, "They're really just trying to describe what they're seeing and hearing and just get as much information as they can and get the camera into place where viewers at home can see what's happening for themselves and see immediately and kind of decide for themselves."

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