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Digital Journalism

  • Janet Jones - University of the West of England, UK, London South Bank University, UK
  • Lee Salter - University of the West of England, UK, Sussex University, UK


November 2011 | 208 pages | SAGE Publications Ltd
How can we make sense of the ongoing technological changes affecting journalism and journalists today?

Will the new digital generation break down barriers for journalism, or will things just stay the same?

These and other pertinent questions will be asked and explored throughout this exciting new book that looks at the changing dynamics of journalism in a digital era. Examining issues and debates through cultural, social, political and economic frameworks, the book gets to grip with today's new journalism by understanding its historical threats and remembering its continuing resilience and ability to change with the times. In considering new forms of journalistic practice the book covers important topics such as:

• truth in the new journalism

• the changing identity of the journalist

• the economic implications for the industry

• the impact on the relationship between the journalist and their audience

• the legal framework of doing journalism online.

Vibrant in style and accessible to all, Digital Journalism is a captivating read for anyone looking to understand the advent of a new journalism that has been altered by the latest digital technologies.

 
Introduction
 
Journalism as a Practice
 
A Political Economy of Online Journalism
 
Digitally Challenged Business Models
 
Truth Trust Transparency
 
Public Service News
 
Local Digital Journalism
 
News Customization
 
Mobile Journalism: From Desktop to Pocket
 
Media Law and the Challenges of the Internet
 
Afterward: The End of News?

Too focussed on the US market

Mr Sean Dodson
Faculty of Business and Law, Leeds Metropolitan University
June 6, 2012

It does not fall into clear category of either a) fully up-to-date "how to" or b) fully reflective and deep contextual analysis

Ms Susan Greenberg
School of Arts, Roehampton University
March 28, 2012

This introductory survey has proved useful for both Level 4 and Level 5 students. Not only are the Level 5 students studying the Intro to Print and Online Journalism Production module being recommended the book, but Level 4 students on the UK News Reporting module are also using it. It's an accessible and wide-ranging book.

Mr Steven Harrison
Journalism , Liverpool John Moores University
March 7, 2012

Excellent, informed and up to date

Llion Iwan
School of Creative Studies and Media, Bangor University
March 6, 2012

This is a really good, up to date look at changes in journalism. It's highly recommended to my students

Dr Douglas Chalmers
Cultural Business, Glasgow Caledonian University
February 27, 2012

A great read. The chapter on mobile journalism was particuarly useful and the final pages make for a fascinating insight and vision. I would definately reccomend this book for any journalism student and aspiring digital journalist.

Mr Alex Fenton
School of Media, Music & Performance, Salford University
February 17, 2012
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Chapter One


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ISBN: 9781412920827
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ISBN: 9781412920810
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