Ejournalism: Production, communication, interaction and research opportunities for reporters
conference contributionposted on 27.03.2022, 22:49 by Alan KnightAlan Knight
The Internet is shaping the ways journalists communicate, construct their stories, publish their material and interact with their audiences. Journalism produced for text, audio and television is increasing digitised; converging on the Internet to create a new hybrid professional practice, eJournalism. This paper considers how traditional forms of advanced reporting, such as investigative journalism, may be enhanced by internet technologies.