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|Description:||226 pages : illustrations, maps ; 23 cm|
|Contents:||Introduction: News doesn't stop at the border --
Transnational journalism in Europe: A transnational journalistic culture? --
Conflict and commonality: The evolution of regional transborder journalism --
Crossing boundaries of established journalistic routines --
Regional transborder journalistic content and the mainstream-niche tension --
Journalists and the mediated construction of transborder regions --
"We meet and we decide together": Transborder journalistic collaboration --
Conclusion: What do boundaries mean to journalism?
.'This is probably the most thorough and nuanced study of transborder journalism to date. Drawing on in-depth interviews with journalists, as well as analysis of journalistic content and scholarly