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This article explores how investigative journalists can join the network society by moving online, collaborating with other reporters and media outlets across regions and across national borders, yet publishing in newspapers which arguably remain...
The implications of the internet for journalism practice have been widely explored in journalism studies scholarship, and interest in new forms of digital journalism practice has outgrown interest in the analysis of traditional forms of news...
This book is a second volume of studies of innovations at selected media companies in the Asia-Pacific region. The book is divided into ten chapters, covering a range of new media innovations in various countries of the region. Each chapter focuses...
Commentary: Since the 1990s, the media landscape has broadened in New Caledonia, with new magazines and websites across the political spectrum. New Caledonia’s FLNKS independence movement has long been supported by the community station Radio Djiido...
The public right to know is of particular significance when considering the reporting of crime and criminal justice. The internet has demonstrated strong influences upon crime reporting in mainstream media, including the range of material it...
Web journalism is more of a thoughtful critique of online publishing than a 'how to' training text. While it tackles the challenges posed by the Daily. Me syndrome, it also questions the ability of journalists to think afresh. Stovall argues that...
Much communications research is in agreement about the failure of mass media to adequately facilitate a public sphere of open and reflexive debate necessary for strong democratic culture. In contrast , the internet's decentralised, two-way...
A number of empirical and conceptual lessons can be drawn from a closer look at atypical, non-western uses of the internet. Drawing on a study of two pioneering discussion forums, the Kava Bowl (KB) and the Kamehameha Roundtable (KR), maintained by...
Another book on finding 'good information on the internet fast!'? Surely that's too 1900s— we all use Google these days. And aren't there too many of these guides already? A subject search alone on Amazone finds 170. But Belinda weaver argues...
Chapter One covers journalistic skills for the new millennium and my favourite subject CAR- computer assisted reporting. Other simply presented chapters include explaining the jargon of the Net, managing bookmarks, email for newsgathering,...

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