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|All Authors / Contributors:||
C W Anderson
|ISBN:||9781439909331 1439909334 9781439909348 1439909342 9781439909355 1439909350|
|Description:||xvi, 217 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.|
|Contents:||Introduction: Local journalism on the brink --
Pt. I. How local journalism went online: Philadelphia's newspapers go online (1997-2008) ; Alternate paths in the transition to online journalism (2000-2008). --
Pt. II. Local newswork in the digital age : A day in the life of twenty-first-century journalism (July 16, 2008) ; How news circulates online: the short, happy news life of the Francisville Four (June 2008) --
Pt. III. Building news networks : What we have here is a failure to collaborate (2005-2009) ; Dark days and green shoots (2009-2011) --
Conclusion : Reporting and the public in the digital age.
|Responsibility:||C. W. Anderson.|
"Anderson explores whether and how emerging online news has changed the practice of reporting. Using a variety of research techniques including ethnography, social-network analysis, and archival