author={Jos{\'e} Alberto Garc{\'i}a Avil{\'e}s and Klaus Meier and Andy Kaltenbrunner and Miguel Carvajal and Daniel Kraus},
  journal={Journalism Practice},
  pages={285 - 303}
Convergence is reshaping the landscape of journalism in a variety of ways. This comparative study was targeted on integrated newsrooms, which combine at least two platforms: print and online, in some cases also television and radio. Research was conducted in six media companies which are undergoing some degree of newsroom convergence in Austria, Spain and Germany. Descriptors for different levels of cross-media production and the process of convergence were established—avoiding technological… 
Convergence Culture in European Newsrooms
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To wish impossible things*
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In March 2000, Media General attracted considerable industry attention in the United States when it opened the Tampa News Center and placed the operations of The Tampa Tribune, WFLA-TV, and the Tampa
This paper is an overview of modern newsroom models in Central European countries, especially Austria, Germany and Switzerland. Editorial job divisions, as well as routines and work practices, in
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Facing the Challenges of Convergence
This article examines some top concerns in the media industry brought up by media convergence including the need to update news staff, production quality, compensation for multi-platform productions
Comparing political communication : theories, cases, and challenges
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