Through the Printing Press: An Account of Open Practices in the Swedish Newspaper Industry

@article{Thorn2014ThroughTP,
  title={Through the Printing Press: An Account of Open Practices in the Swedish Newspaper Industry},
  author={Claes Thor{\'e}n and P{\"a}r J. {\AA}gerfalk and Mats Edenius},
  journal={J. AIS},
  year={2014},
  volume={15},
  pages={2}
}
Organizational practices that foster a dialogic relationship between organizations and their constituent customers have created an arena for inbound and outbound innovation. At the nexus of this development occurring in the media industries, these flows are carried by various forms of digital, social media and an increasing digital presence in the form of dynamic websites with varying degrees of interactive capabilities. In this paper, we posit that the newspaper industry is torn between… CONTINUE READING

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