Ejournalism: Production, Communication, Interaction and Research Opportunities for Reporters

Alan Knight
InSITE 2002  •  Volume 2  •  2002
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.
eJournalism, journalism, internet, multimedia, investigative
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