Making Online News – Volume 1
The Ethnography of New Media Production
Edited by Chris Paterson and David Domingo
Published by Peter Lang in May 2008. Over 1000 copies sold in the first 2 years!
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Foreword – Nora Paul
Introduction: Why ethnography? – Chris Paterson
PART ONE: Researching the Changing Nature of Media Production
1. Inventing online journalism: a constructivist approach to the development of online news
2. Ethnographic media production research in a digital environment
PART TWO: New Media, New Routines?
3. News production in an Irish online newsroom: practice, process and culture
4. Print and online newsrooms in Argentinean media: autonomy and professional identity
Edgardo Pablo García
5. News tuning and content management: An observation study of old and new routines in German online newsrooms
6. Maximize the medium: assessing obstacles to performing multimedia journalism in three US newsrooms
7. When immediacy rules: online journalism models in four Catalan online newsrooms
8. Online Journalism in China: constrained by politics, spirited by public nationalism
9. Do online journalists belong in the newsroom? A Belgian case of convergence
Vinciane Colson and François Heinderyckx
PART THREE: Reinventing Journalism?
10. Ethnography of newsroom convergence
Jane B. Singer
11. The active audience: transforming journalism from gatekeeping to gatewatching
12. The routines of blogging
Wilson Lowrey and John Latta
Epilogue: Toward a sociology of online news?