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Trends in modern journalism

Trends in modern journalism Author Arvind Kumar
ISBN-10 UOM:39015051849860
Release 2002-01-01
Pages 353
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Trends in modern journalism has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from Trends in modern journalism also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full Trends in modern journalism book for free.

Modern Trends in Journalism

Modern Trends in Journalism Author Kumar Abhishek
ISBN-10 1781631549
Release 2012-08
Pages 280
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The Modern Magazine

The Modern Magazine Author Jeremy Leslie
ISBN-10 1780672985
Release 2013-10-08
Pages 240
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The last ten years of magazine publishing have been a period of rapid innovation, providing a vital record of the era's diverse visual trends. The Modern Magazine features the best editorial design, looking in particular at how magazines have adapted to respond to digital media. Encompassing mainstream and independent publishing, and graphic and editorial design, The Modern Magazine explores the issues now facing the industry, examining changes to the basic discipline of combining text and image for the global, Internetsavvy consumer. The book looks at key developments in the field, interviewing a broad range of specialists to discover their understandings of the current state of the industry and how different areas of publishing influence each other. Incorporating great visuals and genuine insight into the process of their creation, The Modern Magazine chronicles these exciting changes, providing a resource for designers, with interviews with major figures, summaries of new developments and trends, links to blogs, and more.

Funding Journalism in the Digital Age

Funding Journalism in the Digital Age Author Jeff Kaye
ISBN-10 143310685X
Release 2010
Pages 185
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The news media play a vital role in keeping the public informed and maintaining democratic processes. But that essential function has come under threat as emerging technologies and changing social trends, sped up by global economic turmoil, have disrupted traditional business models and practices, creating a financial crisis. Quality journalism is expensive to produce – so how will it survive as current sources of revenue shrink? Funding Journalism in the Digital Age not only explores the current challenges, but also provides a comprehensive look at business models and strategies that could sustain the news industry as it makes the transition from print and broadcast distribution to primarily digital platforms. The authors bring widespread international journalism experience to provide a global perspective on how news organizations are evolving, investigating innovative commercial projects in the United States, United Kingdom, Australia, Norway, South Korea, Singapore and elsewhere.


Newsonomics Author Ken Doctor
ISBN-10 1429968346
Release 2010-02-02
Pages 240
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The New News Reports of the death of the news media are highly premature, though you wouldn't know it from the media's own headlines. Ken Doctor goes far beyond those headlines, taking an authoritative look at the fast-emerging future. The Twelve Laws of Newsonomics reveal the kinds of news that readers will get and that journalists (and citizens) will produce as we enter the first truly digital news decade. A new Digital Dozen, global powerhouses from The New York Times, News Corp, and CNN to NBC, the BBC, and NPR will dominate news across the globe, Locally, a colorful assortment of emerging news players, from Boston to San Diego, are rewriting the rules of city reporting, Newsonomics provides a new sense of the news we'll get on paper, on screen, on the phone, by blog, by podcast, and via Facebook and Twitter. It also offers a new way to understand the why and how of the changes, and where the Googles, Yahoos and Microsofts fit in. Newsonomics pays special attention to media and journalism students in a chapter on the back-to-the-future skills they'll need, while marketing professionals get their own view of what the changes mean to them.

Broadcast Journalism Techniques of News Writing Reporting Pro

Broadcast Journalism Techniques of News Writing Reporting   Pro Author Rajesh K. Singh
ISBN-10 9380013299
Release 2010-01-01
Pages 254
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Preface 1. New Media 2. The Media Conflicts 3. Reporting with Responsibility 4. Citizen Journalism 5. Trends in Modern Media 6. Media in Democracy 7. The Agenda Setting in Media 8. Broadcasting 9. Communication Channels and Trends in Media Bibliography Index

Restless Genius

Restless Genius Author Richard J. Tofel
ISBN-10 1429967110
Release 2009-02-03
Pages 288
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The story of the man who transformed The Wall Street Journal and modern media In 1929, Barney Kilgore, fresh from college in small-town Indiana, took a sleepy, near bankrupt New York financial paper—The Wall Street Journal—and turned it into a thriving national newspaper that eventually was worth $5 billion to Rupert Murdoch. Kilgore then invented a national weekly newspaper that was a precursor of many trends we see playing out in journalism now. Tofel brings this story of a little-known pioneer to life using many previously uncollected newspaper writings by Kilgore and a treasure trove of letters between Kilgore and his father, all of which detail the invention of much of what we like best about modern newspapers. By focusing on the man, his journalism, his foresight, and his business acumen, Restless Genius also sheds new light on the Depression and the New Deal. At a time when traditional newspapers are under increasing threat, Barney Kilgore's story offers lessons that need constant retelling.

Modern Arab Journalism Problems and Prospects

Modern Arab Journalism  Problems and Prospects Author Noha Mellor
ISBN-10 9780748634125
Release 2007-11-30
Pages 256
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Modern Arab Journalism offers a new outlook in studying Arab news media. It approaches its subject from an innovative angle, asking a series of key questions: * How is Arab journalism different from or similar to journalism in other countries? * What defines the tasks of journalists? * Who has access to this field? * How is power distributed inside the field of Arab journalism? * When were the media programs launched at Arab universities and what characterizes them? Although the field of Arab journalism has received tremendous attention from the public as well as journalistic circles around the world in recent times, this book presents the first detailed exploration of the area, opening up a new research agenda and challenging the concepts taken for granted in Arab media scholarship.

News in the Internet Age New Trends in News Publishing

News in the Internet Age New Trends in News Publishing Author OECD
ISBN-10 9789264088702
Release 2010-10-18
Pages 160
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This study provides an in-depth treatment of the global newspaper publishing market and its evolution, with a particular view on the development of online news and related challenges.

Changing Journalism

Changing Journalism Author Peter Lee-Wright
ISBN-10 9781136672705
Release 2011-07-14
Pages 192
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Journalism is in transition. Irrevocable decisions are being made, often based on flimsy evidence, which could change not only the future of journalism, but also the future of democracy. This book, based on extensive research, provides the opportunity to reflect upon these decisions and considers how journalism could change for the better and for the good of democracy. It covers: the business landscape work and employment the regulatory framework audiences and interaction the impact of technology on practices and content ethics in a converged world The book analyses research in both national and local journalism, broadcast, newspaper and online journalism, broadsheet and tabloid, drawing comparisons between the different outlets in the field of news journalism, making this essential reading for scholars and students of journalism and media studies.

21st Century Journalism in India

21st Century Journalism in India Author Nalini Rajan
ISBN-10 9788132101185
Release 2007-03-07
Pages 324
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The Indian media is witnessing an explosive situation with newspaper and magazine circulations increasing in great numbers and television news channels—in both English and regional languages—going up by the day. Internet news portals, too, are recording a good number of hits. Journalism, then, holds tremendous promise for both seasoned and budding journalists. However, behind every promise, there lurk dangers and temptations, which must be scrupulously avoided if the basic values of the profession are to be safeguarded. Otherwise, the relentless spotlight of criticism will turn on journalism and its practitioners. 21st Century Journalism in India is a path-breaking book that looks at the practices and theories of journalism in the 21st century. This collection of writings by practising journalists is perhaps unique in that they have turned the spotlight on their own profession. The volume is thematically divided into four sections: - REPRESENTING THE UNREPRESENTED deals with media representation (or lack of it) of largely ignored sections of society, such as homosexuals, Dalits and other minorities or weaker groups. - THE PLURALITY OF PRACTICE studies the coverage of vital areas such as economics, legal issues, science, arts and culture, and humour. - MEDIA IN PERSPECTIVE looks at different kinds of journalistic practices, including photojournalism - FUTURE TRENDS discusses newer forms of journalism, like blogging and citizen journalism.

Journalism and Technological Change

Journalism and Technological Change Author Martin Schreiber
ISBN-10 359350104X
Release 2014-06
Pages 291
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"This volume not only considers the implementation--the successes and failures--of new media technologies, but also the influence these technologies have had both on the practical demands and internal processes of media companies and on the professional roles, social positions, and self-perceptions of journalists. A thorough, interdisciplinary synthesis covering more than one hundred and fifty years of media in Europe and the United States"--From distributor's website.

Making the News

Making the News Author Paschal Preston
ISBN-10 9781134043514
Release 2008-10-27
Pages 185
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Making the News provides a cross-national perspective on key features of journalism and news-making cultures and the changing media landscape in contemporary Europe. . Focusing on the key trends, practices and issues in contemporary journalism and news cultures, Paschal Preston maps the major contours of change as well as the broader industrial, organizational, institutional and cultural factors shaping journalism practices over the past two decades. Moving beyond the tendency to focus on journalism trends and newsmaking practices within a single country, Making the News draws on unique, cross-national research examining current journalism practices and related newsmaking cultures in eleven West, Central and East European countries, including in-depth interviews with almost 100 senior journalists and subsequent workshop discussions with other interest groups Making the News links reviews and discussions of the existing literature to original research engaging with the views and experiences of journalists working at the ‘coal face’ of contemporary newsmaking practices, to provide an original study and useful student text.

Television Journalism

Television Journalism Author Stephen Cushion
ISBN-10 9781446254134
Release 2011-11-10
Pages 240
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"Amidst the glut of studies on new media and the news, the enduring medium of television finally gets the attention it deserves. Cushion brings television news back into perfect focus in a book that offers historical depth, geographical breadth, empirical analysis and above all, political significance. Through an interrogation of the dynamics of and relations between regulation, ownership, the working practices of journalism and the news audience, Cushion makes a clear case for why and how television news should be firmly positioned in the public interest. It should be required reading for anyone concerned with news and journalism." - Natalie Fenton, Goldsmiths, University of London "An admirably ambitious synthesis of journalism scholarship and journalism practice, providing a comprehensive resource of historical analysis, contemporary trends and key data." - Stewart Purvis, City University and former CEO of ITN Despite the democratic promise of new media, television journalism remains the most viewed, valued and trusted source of information in many countries around the world. Comparing patterns of ownership, policy and regulation, this book explores how different environments have historically shaped contemporary trends in television journalism internationally. Informed by original research, Television Journalism lays bare the implications of market forces, public service interventions and regulatory shifts in television journalism's changing production practices, news values and audience expectations. Accessibly written and packed with topical references, this authoritative account offers fresh insights into the past, present and future of journalism, making it a necessary point of reference for upper-level undergraduates, researchers and academics in broadcasting, journalism, mass communication and media studies.

Professionalism in journalism in the era of new media

Professionalism in journalism in the era of new media Author Jacek Sobczak
ISBN-10 9783832541781
Release 2015-12-31
Pages 280
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The term 'professionalization' arouses controversies in academic discussion, let alone the issue of professionalization of journalism. Journalism considerably departs from the ideal model of professionalization. There is no structured knowledge that directly applies to journalists, although we can talk about defined skills and the practical principles of the journalist's profession. Considering the process of the professionalization of journalism, we can indicate three significant determinants, namely professional autonomy, separate professional standards (self-regulation principles) and serving the public interest. However, it is particularly important to ask about the condition of the journalist's profession nowadays. The ongoing technological revolution on the one hand, and the political and legal transformations accompanied by market trends, such as the tabloidization of the media (so-called infotainment) first and foremost, and citizen journalism on the other, have all generated great doubts about the status of journalists. This calls for a redefinition of the professional position and role of journalists in modern societies. All these transformations may pose a serious threat to the model of traditional journalism and the social and professional position of journalists. The book introduced here consists of four parts, presenting various aspects of professionalization of journalism. The first part treats of diverse topics concerning the essence of this issue, as well as the legal status of journalist's profession. The second part, features texts devoted to the issues of digital media. Part three deals with the disturbing phenomenon of hate speech. The main theme of the last part of the book concerns the issue of lobbying in the process of establishing intellectual property rights. The texts presented here have been written by scholars in the fields of law, media studies and political science on the one hand and practitioners (journalists) fromseveral countries of Europe on the other. The editors hope that the publication will contribute to the ongoing discussion concerning both the journalists' and journalism status, in the era of dynamic technological transformation.

Cartographic Journalism

Cartographic Journalism Author
ISBN-10 OCLC:949019573
Release 2016
Pages 181
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Cartographic journalism, the field of reporting news with maps, has been an integral part of news media for centuries. In the United States, maps appeared in newsprint as early as the mid-1700s, and over time, opportunities grew for subscribers to interact with news maps in ways beyond reading. Significant forms of map-user interaction including interactive devices and formats—such as map pins and serialized map sets for marking up over time—have played a role in cartographic journalism since at least the end of the 1800s. While physical map pins and the digital image of a pin have different semiological implications in cartographic representations, their use persists. This study reveals that the current media through which spatial representations are delivered have brought new concerns to the forefront for mapmakers when considering their users. After the advent and widespread adoption of the Web, interactive news maps became a bigger part of everyday life, in many forms of media. Today, maps are inextricably linked to the news. Every event that takes place, takes place somewhere, and is in some way influenced by its surrounding landscape. The best way to relay spatial stories is often through the use of a map. By comparing historical trends to a series of eight interviews with modern cartographic journalists, this study aims to reveal the state of the field and address the question “What determines whether or not a news map should be interactive?” Three trends in the field were revealed. First, modern cartographic journalists are often toolmakers who, if a story is important enough, will engineer solutions to logistical production hurdles. Second, modern cartographic journalists must design their maps for display over a huge range of scales, making their work easily consumable on an endless list of devices. Third, if a different visual is better suited to the story, modern cartographers do not always make maps. Finally, based on the consensus of subjects in this study, there are very few examples of stories that absolutely require the implementation of interactivity. Two prominent examples were given: maps that could not exist without personalization or localization.

The Crisis of Journalism Reconsidered

The Crisis of Journalism Reconsidered Author Jeffrey C. Alexander
ISBN-10 9781316589236
Release 2016-06-13
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This collection of original essays brings a dramatically different perspective to bear on the contemporary 'crisis of journalism'. Rather than seeing technological and economic change as the primary causes of current anxieties, The Crisis of Journalism Reconsidered draws attention to the role played by the cultural commitments of journalism itself. Linking these professional ethics to the democratic aspirations of the broader societies in which journalists ply their craft, it examines how the new technologies are being shaped to sustain value commitments rather than undermining them. Recent technological change and the economic upheaval it has produced are coded by social meanings. It is this cultural framework that actually transforms these 'objective' changes into a crisis. The book argues that cultural codes not only trigger sharp anxiety about technological and economic changes, but provide pathways to control them, so that the democratic practices of independent journalism can be sustained in new forms.