News in the interstices: The niches of mobile media in space and time

@article{Dimmick2011NewsIT,
  title={News in the interstices: The niches of mobile media in space and time},
  author={John Dimmick and John Christian Feaster and Gregory J. Hoplamazian},
  journal={New Media \& Society},
  year={2011},
  volume={13},
  pages={23 - 39}
}
The recent growth of mobile channels has provided steadily increasing opportunities for individuals to access news and other mass-mediated content. Media ecological perspectives argue that the introduction of such new technologies can shift the existing biases in prevailing social systems. According to one ecological perspective, the theory of the niche, when new media technologies are successfully introduced into a domain, displacement may occur unless some alteration is made to the resource… 

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