This book aims to reflect how journalism has changed in recent years through different perspectives concerning the impact of technology, the reconfiguration of the media ecosystem, the transformation of business models, production and profession, as well as the influence of digital storytelling, mobile devices and participation within the context of glocal information.
Journalism innovation implies modifications in techniques, technologies, processes, languages, formats and devices intended to enhance the production and consumption of the journalistic information.
This book becomes an interesting resource for researchers and professionals working in news media to identify the best practices and discover new types of information flows in a rapidly changing news media landscape.
Table of Contents
Towards Ubiquitous Journalism: Impacts of IoT on News.- From Data Journalism to Robotic Journalism: The Automation of News Processing.- The Technology-Led Narrative Turn.- Journalism Innovation and its Influences in the Future of News: a European Perspective Around Google DNI Fund Initiatives.- Innovating Journalism by Going Back in Time? The Curious Case of Newsletters as a News Source in Belgium.- New Formats for Local Journalism in the Era of Social Media and Big Data: From Transmedia to Storytelling.- Information Visualization and Usability: Tools for Human Comprehension.- Use of 360-Degree Video in Organizational Communication: Case Study of Humanitarian Aid NGOs.- Shared Spaces for News Content Production in Spanish Online Media.- Social Media Guidelines for Journalists in European Public Service Media.- Reinventing Television News: Innovative Formats in a Social Media Environment.- Mediamorphosis of Participation on Television: The News Programmes.- Value and Intelligence of Business Models in Journalism.- New Forms of Journalistic Legitimization in the Digital World.- From Meta-Journalism and Post-Journalism to Total Journalism.