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Journalism Without Profit: Making News When the Market Fails

ISBN : 9780190641900

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¥5,687
Author: 
Magda Konieczna
Pages
256 Pages
Format
Paperback
Size
156 x 235 mm
Pub date
May 2018
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As mainstream journalism wanes, news nonprofits attempt to fill the gap by providing the kind of quality information that is essential to our democracy. This book explores the emergent behaviors of sharing and collaboration that allow them to do so, and their potential for success or failure in the 21st-century.

Index: 

Introduction
Chapter 1: Journalism and democracy
Chapter 2: The economics of public service journalism
Chapter 3: The field of nonprofit journalism
Chapter 4: Funders
Chapter 5: News sharing
Chapter 6. Implications of news sharing: 'Old school journalism by old school rules'
Epilogue

About the author: 

Magda Konieczna is an assistant professor of journalism at Temple University in Philadelphia. She first became interested in the sustainability of journalism when she was the city hall reporter at the Guelph Mercury, a newspaper outside of Toronto. Her research on the business of journalism has appeared in Journalism and Mass Communication Quarterly, the International Journal of Communication, Journalism: Theory, Practice and Criticism, and Digital Journalism.

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