Newspapers, Facebook and Twitter

  title={Newspapers, Facebook and Twitter},
  author={Eli Skogerb{\o} and Arne H. Krumsvik},
  journal={Journalism Practice},
  pages={350 - 366}
Social media, such as Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and many other services, have established themselves as part of the networked and increasingly hybrid public sphere, extending and transforming it to allow for and facilitate access to all kinds of content and participants. By their sheer ubiquity, these media contribute to changing media ecologies and open new ways and forms of communications between citizens and their representatives. During election campaigns, political parties and their… 
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