Online News: Journalism And The Internet: Journalism and the Internet

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McGraw-Hill Education (UK), Aug 1, 2006 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 208 pages
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In this exciting and timely book Stuart Allan offers important insights into key debates concerning the ways in which journalism is evolving on the internet, devoting particular attention to the factors influencing its development.
  

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The book gives an insight on evolution of cyber journalism in the US. Though the trend cought on in almost whole internet enabled world. Students of journalism should read it to understand the opening up of a new medium.
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Contents

Chapter 2 The rise of online news
13
BBC News Online the Drudge Report and the birth of blogging
31
online journalism on September 11
53
the news values of blogs
73
bearing witness
99
IndyMedia OhmyNews and Wikinews
121
the London bombings and Hurricane Katrina
143
Chapter 9 New directions
169
Notes
185
Bibliography
191
Index
199
Back cover
209
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Page 3 - They don't want to rely on a God-like figure from above to tell them what's important. And to carry the religion analogy a bit further, they certainly don't want news presented as gospel.

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About the author (2006)

Stuart Allan teaches in the School of Cultural Studies at the University of West of England, Bristol. His previous publications include News Culture (1999) and the co-edited volumes News, Gender and Power (1998) and Environmental Risks and the Media (2000). He is series editor for the Issues in Cultural and Media Studies series.

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