New Directions, New Challenges
Chapter 15: Journalism in the Age of the “Interface”
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Journalism in the Age of the “Interface”
Over the last decade our understanding of “24-hour news” has undergone a significant transformation. The term itself seems to have become obsolete at a time when all types of “news” continuously stream across multiple layers of increasingly dense—and personalized—digital networks. The tremendous transformation of journalism within such a digital scope requires new conceptual frameworks to not only critically identify new content formats, “social media” journalism and user practices, but also to assess roles of journalism within dense transnational multidirectional news topography.
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