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The Resource Are traditional media dead? : can journalism survive in the digital world?, Ingrid Sturgis, editor

Are traditional media dead? : can journalism survive in the digital world?, Ingrid Sturgis, editor

Label
Are traditional media dead? : can journalism survive in the digital world?
Title
Are traditional media dead?
Title remainder
can journalism survive in the digital world?
Statement of responsibility
Ingrid Sturgis, editor
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Member of
Cataloging source
DLC
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
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Sturgis, Ingrid
Series statement
Sourcebook on contemporary controversies
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  • Journalism
  • Journalism
  • Online journalism
  • Digital media
Label
Are traditional media dead? : can journalism survive in the digital world?, Ingrid Sturgis, editor
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Contents
  • The wolf in reporter's clothing: the rise of pseudo-journalism in America
  • John S. Carroll
  • Social media as a first draft of journalism and a rallying cry for democracy
  • Endy M. Bayuni
  • How technology turned news into a conversation
  • Turi Munthe
  • New media, old media: how blogs and social media agendas relate and differ from the traditional press
  • Pew Research Center, Project for Excellence in Journalism
  • How to save the news
  • James Fallows
  • The U.S. newspaper industry in transition
  • The Associated Press v. All Headline News: how hot news misappropriation will shape the unsettled customary practices of online journalism
  • Daniel S. Park
  • Clues in the rubble: a user-first framework for sustaining local news
  • Bill Mitchell
  • Bad Public Relations or is this a real crisis?: YES
  • Lauren Rich Fine
  • Getting media right: a call to action
  • Michael J. Copps
  • Saving the news: toward a national journalism strategy
  • Victor Pickard, Josh Stearns, and Craig Aaron
  • Suzanne M. Kirchhof
  • The Carnegie-Knight initiative on the future of journalism education: improving how journalists are educated & how their audiences are informed
  • Susan King
  • Troubles for traditional media - both print and television
  • Harris Interactive
  • Newspapers face a challenging calculus
  • Pew Research Center for the People & the Press
  • Anatomy of a death spiral: newspapers and their credibility
  • Philip Meyer and Yuan Zhang
Control code
ocn727704810
Dimensions
23 cm
Extent
223 p.
Isbn
9781617700255
Lccn
2012001583
Other physical details
ill.
System control number
(OCoLC)727704810
Label
Are traditional media dead? : can journalism survive in the digital world?, Ingrid Sturgis, editor
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Contents
  • The wolf in reporter's clothing: the rise of pseudo-journalism in America
  • John S. Carroll
  • Social media as a first draft of journalism and a rallying cry for democracy
  • Endy M. Bayuni
  • How technology turned news into a conversation
  • Turi Munthe
  • New media, old media: how blogs and social media agendas relate and differ from the traditional press
  • Pew Research Center, Project for Excellence in Journalism
  • How to save the news
  • James Fallows
  • The U.S. newspaper industry in transition
  • The Associated Press v. All Headline News: how hot news misappropriation will shape the unsettled customary practices of online journalism
  • Daniel S. Park
  • Clues in the rubble: a user-first framework for sustaining local news
  • Bill Mitchell
  • Bad Public Relations or is this a real crisis?: YES
  • Lauren Rich Fine
  • Getting media right: a call to action
  • Michael J. Copps
  • Saving the news: toward a national journalism strategy
  • Victor Pickard, Josh Stearns, and Craig Aaron
  • Suzanne M. Kirchhof
  • The Carnegie-Knight initiative on the future of journalism education: improving how journalists are educated & how their audiences are informed
  • Susan King
  • Troubles for traditional media - both print and television
  • Harris Interactive
  • Newspapers face a challenging calculus
  • Pew Research Center for the People & the Press
  • Anatomy of a death spiral: newspapers and their credibility
  • Philip Meyer and Yuan Zhang
Control code
ocn727704810
Dimensions
23 cm
Extent
223 p.
Isbn
9781617700255
Lccn
2012001583
Other physical details
ill.
System control number
(OCoLC)727704810

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