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The news and its future / edited by Paul McCaffrey.

by McCaffrey, Paul.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookSeries: The reference shelf ; v. 82, no. 2.Publisher: New York, N. Y. : The H. W. Wilson Company, 2010Description: viii, 172 p. : ill ; 26 cm.ISBN: 9780824210977.Subject(s): Citizen journalism -- United States | Journalism -- Technological innovations -- United States | Online journalism -- United States | Journalism -- Objectivity -- United StatesDDC classification: 071.3 N558
Contents:
The democratization of the news : the Internet and the rise of citizen journalism. Express yourself : the Internet as world-class megaphone / by Thomas Kunkel -- The bigger tent : forget who is a Journalist, the important question is, what Is journalism? / by Ann Cooper -- We the media : the rise of citizen journalists / by Dan Gillmor -- The rise of the citizen journalist / by Kenton Good -- The changing information cycle / by Greg R. Notess -- A blogger says : save the MSM! / by Kevin Drum -- The next big thing in journalism / by John A. Byrne -- Future Imperfect / by Alex Beam -- Why everybody is a reporter / by Allison Romano -- The newspaper crisis : print media in the crosshairs. How to save your newspaper / by Walter Isaacson -- The future of newspapers / by Michael Kinsley -- Hunkering down / by Beth Macy -- Is there life after newspapers? / by Robert Hodierne -- When a newspaper falls in the forest-- / by Robin Peek -- Self-inflicted wounds / by John Morton -- Media bias : the politics of journalism. The bias wars / by Joe Strupp -- In the tank? / by Paul Farhi -- The myth of objectivity / by Evan Thomas -- Red media, blue media / by Shanto Iyengar and Richard Morin -- Public sees media bias / by Ted J. Smith III -- Media bias : going beyond fair and balanced / by Vivian B. Martin -- The story behind the story / by Mark Bowden -- The 24 hour news cycle : The cable news effect. Cable's clout / by Paul Farhi -- A day in the life of the media : from the State of the News Media 2009 / by the Project for Excellence in Journalism -- Our opinion : accuracy the victim of 24-hour news cycle / Times Record News (Wichita Falls, Tex.) -- Cable news divides to conquer / by Cynthia Littleton and Michael Learmonth.
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September 2010 Selected Accessions List.

Includes bibliographical references (p. [157]-158) and index.

The democratization of the news : the Internet and the rise of citizen journalism. Express yourself : the Internet as world-class megaphone / by Thomas Kunkel -- The bigger tent : forget who is a Journalist, the important question is, what Is journalism? / by Ann Cooper -- We the media : the rise of citizen journalists / by Dan Gillmor -- The rise of the citizen journalist / by Kenton Good -- The changing information cycle / by Greg R. Notess -- A blogger says : save the MSM! / by Kevin Drum -- The next big thing in journalism / by John A. Byrne -- Future Imperfect / by Alex Beam -- Why everybody is a reporter / by Allison Romano -- The newspaper crisis : print media in the crosshairs. How to save your newspaper / by Walter Isaacson -- The future of newspapers / by Michael Kinsley -- Hunkering down / by Beth Macy -- Is there life after newspapers? / by Robert Hodierne -- When a newspaper falls in the forest-- / by Robin Peek -- Self-inflicted wounds / by John Morton -- Media bias : the politics of journalism. The bias wars / by Joe Strupp -- In the tank? / by Paul Farhi -- The myth of objectivity / by Evan Thomas -- Red media, blue media / by Shanto Iyengar and Richard Morin -- Public sees media bias / by Ted J. Smith III -- Media bias : going beyond fair and balanced / by Vivian B. Martin -- The story behind the story / by Mark Bowden -- The 24 hour news cycle : The cable news effect. Cable's clout / by Paul Farhi -- A day in the life of the media : from the State of the News Media 2009 / by the Project for Excellence in Journalism -- Our opinion : accuracy the victim of 24-hour news cycle / Times Record News (Wichita Falls, Tex.) -- Cable news divides to conquer / by Cynthia Littleton and Michael Learmonth.

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