By Eugenia Siapera, Andreas Veglis
The guide to worldwide on-line Journalism contains a choice of readings from foreign practitioners and students that characterize a complete and state of the art review of the connection among the web and journalism all over the world. presents a cutting-edge assessment of present study and destiny instructions of on-line journalismTraces the evolution of journalistic practices, company types, and moving styles of journalistic cultures that experience emerged around the globe with the migration of reports onlineWritten and edited by way of best foreign researchers and practitioners within the zone of on-line journalismFeatures an in depth breadth of assurance, together with economics, organizational practices, contents and experiencesDiscusses advancements in on-line information in a variety of international locations, from the united states to Brazil, and from Germany to ChinaContains unique idea, new learn facts, and studies of present reports within the box
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The current process of technological innovation is being led by telecommunications companies, the producers of computer devices, and the developers of digital applications. These actors are establishing the technological framework to which the media have to adapt. Within this framework of technological convergence, the media are tending to adopt a multiplatform approach to production and diffusion. In fact, the process of digitalization is obliging news corporations to migrate from a production model that is constrained to the highest degree by the medium of reception – the paper newspaper, the radio transistor, the television set – to another model that is relatively independent of this factor.
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