The Internet first arrived in Morocco in 1995. The liberalization of the telecommunications sector in the late 90s offered the opportunity for a large number of Moroccans to access new and inexpensive communications and information technologies. The past decade, however, was marked by a steady reduction of the space of freedom where traditional media was allowed to operate. Conversely, the increasing penetration of the Internet helped shape a new kind of media: citizen media. Populated by a community of bloggers, microbloggers and online social networkers, it is increasingly becoming part and parcel of the local media landscape. This month we are asking: what is the importance of Morocco’s citizen media landscape? What have been the high points? How did we get here? And where are we going?