Democratizing Journalism – How User�?Generated Content and User Communities Affect Publishers’ Business Models

@article{Zeng2016DemocratizingJ,
  title={Democratizing Journalism – How User�?Generated Content and User Communities Affect Publishers’ Business Models},
  author={Michael A. Zeng and Bianca Dennstedt and H. Koller},
  journal={Industry Specific Strategy & Policy eJournal},
  year={2016}
}
  • Michael A. Zeng, Bianca Dennstedt, H. Koller
  • Published 2016
  • Business
  • Industry Specific Strategy & Policy eJournal
  • Publishers, today, are struggling with their business model: Their efforts to convert traditional content into digital products seem to be insufficient as recipients expect more than simply the mere digitalization of content. Dissatisfied with solely being informed by selected journalists, modern recipients are often interested in acquiring information from various sources, in discussing with others, or even in contributing with their own content. Hence, recipients seem to evolve from being… CONTINUE READING
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