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Author King, Elliot, 1953-
Title Free for all : the Internet's transformation of journalism / Elliot King ; foreword by Jeff Jarvis.
Imprint Evanston, Ill. : Northwestern University Press, 2010.
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Call # PN4784.O62 K56 2010
Phys. Description xv, 328 p. ; 21 cm.
Series Visions of the American press.
Note "Medill School of Journalism."
Contents Necessary but not sufficient -- The technological enablement of news media -- The accidental news networks -- The next new medium -- The avalanche of online news -- News from anyone anywhere -- The acceleration of change.
Summary In this work, the author, a longtime scholar of digital media begins with a brief history of the technological development of news media from the appearance of newspapers in the sixteenth century to the rise of broadcasting and the Internet. Within that context, he demystifies the emergence of online communication and social media as the third major technological platform for news, making the current pace of change appear less vertiginous. The book provides anyone with an interest in the future of journalism the grounding necessary for an informed discussion.
Bibliog. Includes bibliographical references (p. 305-313) and index.
Contents Necessary but Not Sufficient -- The Technological Enablement of News Media -- The Accidental News Networks -- The Next New Medium -- The Avalanche of Online News -- News from Anyone and Anywhere -- The Acceleration of Change.
Subject Online journalism.
Journalism -- Technological innovations.
Alt Author Medill School of Journalism.
ISBN 9780810123281 (pbk. : alk. paper)
0810123282 (pbk. : alk. paper)
40017831610
1783161000
9781783161003
Isbn/Issn 40017831610