The Future of quality news journalism : a cross-continental analysis / edited by Peter J. Anderson, George Ogola, and Michael Williams.  (Text) (Text)

Anderson, Peter J, 1954- | Ogola, George | Williams, Michael, 1948-
Call no.: PN4815.2 .F886 2014Series: Routledge research in journalism: 7.Publication: New York : Routledge, 2014Description: ix, 330 pISBN: 9780415532860 (alk. paper); 0415532868 (alk. paper)Subject(s): Journalism -- History -- 21st centuryJournalism -- ManagementNews audiences -- History -- 21st centuryOnline journalismCitizen journalismLOC classification: PN4815.2 | .F886 2014
Contents:Introduction / Peter Anderson -- What is quality news journalism? Defining and measuring quality news journalism / Peter Anderson -- From the Insight Team to Wikileaks, the continuing power of investigative journalism as a benchmark of quality news journalism / Paul Lashmar -- Funding quality news journalism in the face of significant economic and technological change. Finding viable business models for developed world print and online newspaper sectors / Chris Blackhurst -- Finding viable business models for developed world broadcast news / Paul Egglestone -- Finding viable business models for intermediate and developing world broadcast, print and online newspaper sectors / Motilola Akinfemisoye and Sally Deffor -- A critical overview of current quality levels in the journalism of sample developed world states and what needs to be done to maintain or improve them. Quality journalism in the UK, in print and online / Michael Williams -- One newsroom, many possibilities: how the merging of digital and print journalism in American newsrooms is shaping the future of U.S. news media / Alex Ortolani -- American broadcast news and the future / Robert Beers -- How the audience saved UK broadcast journalism / Deborah Robinson and Andrew Hobbs -- US citizen journalism and alternative online news sites / Clyde Bentley -- UK Social media, Citizen Journalism and Alternative News / Clare Cook and Andrew Dickinson -- Current quality levels in the journalism of South Africa and Kenya and what needs to be done to maintain or improve them -- The future of quality news journalism and media accountability in south africa and kenya / George Ogola and Ylva Rodny-Gumede -- Citizen Journalism in South Africa and Kenya: the quandary of quality and the prospects for growth / Harry Dugmore and Dina Ligaga -- Case studies from India and the Arab World. Where more is not better: Challenges facing quality news journalism in "shining" India / Prasun Sonwalkar -- (Re- )framing the "quality" debate: The Arab media and its future journalism / George Ogola -- Conclusion / Peter Anderson.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

Introduction / Peter Anderson -- What is quality news journalism? Defining and measuring quality news journalism / Peter Anderson -- From the Insight Team to Wikileaks, the continuing power of investigative journalism as a benchmark of quality news journalism / Paul Lashmar -- Funding quality news journalism in the face of significant economic and technological change. Finding viable business models for developed world print and online newspaper sectors / Chris Blackhurst -- Finding viable business models for developed world broadcast news / Paul Egglestone -- Finding viable business models for intermediate and developing world broadcast, print and online newspaper sectors / Motilola Akinfemisoye and Sally Deffor -- A critical overview of current quality levels in the journalism of sample developed world states and what needs to be done to maintain or improve them. Quality journalism in the UK, in print and online / Michael Williams -- One newsroom, many possibilities: how the merging of digital and print journalism in American newsrooms is shaping the future of U.S. news media / Alex Ortolani -- American broadcast news and the future / Robert Beers -- How the audience saved UK broadcast journalism / Deborah Robinson and Andrew Hobbs -- US citizen journalism and alternative online news sites / Clyde Bentley -- UK Social media, Citizen Journalism and Alternative News / Clare Cook and Andrew Dickinson -- Current quality levels in the journalism of South Africa and Kenya and what needs to be done to maintain or improve them -- The future of quality news journalism and media accountability in south africa and kenya / George Ogola and Ylva Rodny-Gumede -- Citizen Journalism in South Africa and Kenya: the quandary of quality and the prospects for growth / Harry Dugmore and Dina Ligaga -- Case studies from India and the Arab World. Where more is not better: Challenges facing quality news journalism in "shining" India / Prasun Sonwalkar -- (Re- )framing the "quality" debate: The Arab media and its future journalism / George Ogola -- Conclusion / Peter Anderson.

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