Archetti, C '“Journalism in the age of globalization: The evolving practices of foreign correspondents in London”' , Journalism, 14 (3) , pp. 419-436.
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The article challenges the widespread notion that, in the age of global and instantaneous communication, foreign correspondence is becoming “redundant.” Based on a range of in-depth interviews with foreign correspondents in London, it examines the identity, newsgathering routines, and outputs of journalists working for a range of foreign media organizations. The study suggests that foreign correspondence is indeed evolving, but the changes are not necessarily for the worse. In fact, not only foreign journalists are not disappearing, but the heavy use of new communication technologies—rather than leading to superficial and low-quality reporting—can indeed support the pursuit of exclusive news-story angles and a fuller delivery the correspondent’s value.
|Themes:||Media, Digital Technology and the Creative Economy
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|Schools:||Schools > School of Arts & Media > Arts, Media and Communication Research Centre|
|Journal or Publication Title:||Journalism|
|Funders:||Non funded research|
|Depositing User:||C Archetti|
|Date Deposited:||18 Sep 2014 16:23|
|Last Modified:||29 Oct 2015 01:04|
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