“Journalism as Process”: The Organizational Implications of Participatory Online News

@article{Robinson2011JournalismAP,
  title={“Journalism as Process”: The Organizational Implications of Participatory Online News},
  author={S. Robinson},
  journal={Journalism & Mass Communication Monographs},
  year={2011},
  volume={13},
  pages={137 - 210}
}
  • S. Robinson
  • Published 2011
  • Sociology
  • Journalism & Mass Communication Monographs
  • This Monograph will explore the empirical and theoretical ramifications of journalism as social media, specifically “journalism as process.” The piece calls for an end to thinking about news as a discrete product and the beginning of considering news production as a shared, distributed action with multiple authors, shifting institution-audience relationships and altered labor dynamics for everyone involved. Using the exemplar of one Midwestern city - Madison, WI - and its information-production… CONTINUE READING

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