Insights from a Comparative Study into Convergence Culture in European Newsrooms

Manuel Menke*, Susanne Kinnebrock, Sonja Kretzschmar, Ingrid Aichberger, Marcel Broersma, Roman Hummel, Susanne Kirchhoff, Dimitri Prandner, Nelson Ribeiro, Ramon Salaverria

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    Abstract

    Convergence has had a major influence on journalism in the past decade. It is particularly important to understand how convergence continues to change working conditions as well as the journalistic practices, routines, norms, and strategies that shape news production. This phenomenon becomes even more substantial when considering the extent to which technological and economic changes have had a disruptive impact on journalism, altering how news is produced and circulated to increasingly fragmented audiences.
    Original languageEnglish
    Pages (from-to)946-950
    Number of pages5
    JournalJournalism Practice
    Volume13
    Issue number8
    DOIs
    Publication statusPublished - 19-Aug-2019

    Keywords

    • Comparative quantitative survey
    • convergence culture
    • cross-media
    • editorial routines
    • European journalism
    • newsroom strategies
    • transmedia
    • JOURNALISM
    • INTEGRATION
    • AUSTRIA
    • GERMANY

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