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The End of Journalism- Version 2.0

Industry, Technology and Politics

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Edited By Alec Charles

This book brings together the work of British, American and Australian scholars and practitioners in a substantially new edition of this popular collection. It examines the practices of reportage in an era of social networking and online news, an age of altered audience expectations in which the biggest tabloid scandal is the conduct of the tabloid press itself. It debates notions of subjectivity and objectivity in journalism today, explores how new technologies have mobilized professional and aspiring journalists alike, examines the practices and impacts of citizen journalism and user-generated content, investigates the political and cultural value of populist news and interrogates how radical ongoing developments in political, economic, professional, institutional and technological conditions are continuing to change the nature of the news industry in the second decade of the twenty-first century.

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ANDREW CALCUTT is Principal Lecturer in Journalism at the University of East London, and coauthor, with Phil Hammond, of Journalism Studies: A Critical Introduction (2011). He was News Editor, and later Culture Editor, of Living Marxism, and commissioning editor of one of the first online magazines produced in the UK, Channel Cyberia. He is currently editor of Proof: Reading Journalism and Society. DAVID CAMERON teaches at the University of Newcastle in Australia. He has also worked as a radio broadcaster, news editor and multimedia designer and has consulted with commercial and government clients on social media training and integration. He has co-edited Drama Education with Digital Technology (2009). ALEC CHARLES is Principal Lecturer in Media at the University of Bedfordshire. He has worked as a journalist in Eastern Europe and a docu- mentary programme-maker for BBC Radio 3. He is the editor of Media in the Enlarged Europe (2009) and Media/Democracy: A Comparative Study (2013), co-editor of The End of Journalism (2011) and author of Interactivity: New Media, Politics and Society (2012). His publications include articles in British Journalism Review, The Journal of Contemporary European Research, Journalism Education and British Politics. He currently serves as co-con- venor of the Political Studies Association Media and Politics Group. IVOR GABER is Professor of Media and Politics at the University of Bedfordshire, Professor of Political Journalism at City University London and Emeritus Professor of Broadcast Journalism at Goldsmiths, University of London. His journalistic career has included senior editorial positions at the BBC, ITN,...

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