Online news meets established journalism: how China's journalists evaluate the credibility of news websites

@article{Chan2006OnlineNM,
  title={Online news meets established journalism: how China's journalists evaluate the credibility of news websites},
  author={Joseph M. Chan and Francis L. F. Lee and Zhongdang Pan},
  journal={New Media & Society},
  year={2006},
  volume={8},
  pages={925-947}
}
The internet presents challenges to traditional journalism by being a platform for alternative practices of news production and dissemination. In response, traditional journalists are expected to engage in ‘news repair’ in order to reconfirm the authority of existing news institutions and the legitimacy of traditional models of journalism. This interaction between new media and journalistic practices must be contextualized within a media system. Built upon these premises, this study analyzes… CONTINUE READING

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