From the Big Three to elite news sources: a shift in international news flow in three online newspapers,, and

  title={From the Big Three to elite news sources: a shift in international news flow in three online newspapers,, and},
  author={Ali Rafeeq and Shujun Jiang},
  journal={The Journal of International Communication},
  pages={114 - 96}
ABSTRACT The rise of international news agencies in the nineteenth century advanced the globalisation process, as news was one of the first media products to be commodified for international trade. The demand for international news provided opportunities for news agencies to become wholesalers of news; this function was dominated by a handful of transnational news agencies such as the Associated Press (AP), Reuters, and Agence France-Presse (AFP). As studies have shown that, in some countries… 

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