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PARTICIPATORY JOURNALISM PRACTICES IN THE MEDIA AND BEYOND
This article is a contribution to the debate on audience participation in online media with a twofold aim: (1) making conceptual sense of the phenomenon of participatory journalism in the frameworkExpand
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Participatory Journalism - Guarding Open Gates at Online Newspapers
Notes on Authors. Acknowledgements. Authors' Note. Chapter 1: Introduction: Sharing the Road. Part I: The Impact of Participatory Journalism. Chapter 2: Mechanisms of Participation: How audienceExpand
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User Generated Content in the Newsroom: Professional and Organisational Constraints on Participatory Journalism
The phenomenon of citizen journalism and the wider trend of user generated content are creating new challenges and opportunities for mainstream media. Traditional news media, like newspapers, tend toExpand
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Social Media References in Newspapers
Social media are increasingly being used as sources in mainstream news coverage. Yet, while the research so far has focused mainly on the use of social media in particular situations, such asExpand
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EXPLORING THE POLITICAL-ECONOMIC FACTORS OF PARTICIPATORY JOURNALISM
This comparative study of user-generated content (UGC) in 10 Western democracies examines the political economic aspects of citizen participation in online media, as assessed by journalists who workExpand
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Everyday life in (front of) the screen: the consumption of multiple screen technologies in the living room context
Today's (home) media environment is becoming increasingly saturated. Smartphones, tablets and laptops enter our living room and possibly alter our television viewing experience. In this paper, weExpand
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Research Note: Online Journalism in the Low Countries
This research note reports the findings of two web-based surveys of online journalists, conducted in the Netherlands and Flanders in 1999 and 2001. By indicating their basic, occupational andExpand
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The active recipient: participatory journalism through the lens of the Dewey-Lippmann debate
News outlets are providing more opportunities than ever before for the public to contribute to professionally edited publications. Online news websites routinely provide tools to facilitate userExpand
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USING CITIZENS FOR COMMUNITY JOURNALISM
Hyperlocal journalism is thriving. This article describes the case of a Belgian regional newspaper experimenting with citizen journalism and user-generated content (UGC) for hyperlocal news coverage.Expand
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