In the face of the continuously changing challenges of the digital age, it is difficult for quality news journalism to survive on any significant scale if a means for adequately funding it is not available. This new study, a follow-up to 2007as The Future of Journalism in the Advanced Democracies, includes a comparative analysis of possible alternative business models that may save the future of the quality news business across the developed, intermediate, and developing worlds. Its detailed evaluation encompasses also the different ways in which wider key issues are affecting the prospects for quality news as a core ingredient of effectively working democracies. It focuses on the United States, the United Kingdom, South Africa, India, Kenya, and selected parts of the Arab World, providing a comprehensive cross-cultural survey of different approaches to addressing these various issues. To keep the study firmly rooted in the qreal worldq the contributors include distinguished practitioners as well as experienced academics.The Global News Challenge: Assessing Changes in International Broadcast News Consumption in Africa and South Asia. Oxford: Reuters Institute for ... IDATE Research. 2012. World Television Market: Markets aamp; Data 2008a2016: Fact sheet.
|Title||:||The Future of Quality News Journalism|
|Author||:||Peter J. Anderson, Michael Williams, George Ogola|
|Publisher||:||Routledge - 2013-09-23|