The Transformation of Journalism in the Networked Age

Oláh, Szabolcs [Oláh, Szabolcs (Kultúratudomány), szerző] Kommunikáció- és Médiatudományi Tanszék (DE / BTK)

Angol nyelvű Tudományos Szakcikk (Folyóiratcikk)
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Azonosítók
How has the ecosystem of news production transformed in Hungary since 2012? In the last six years news consumption moved towards mobile devices. By 2015, content-producing media companies were forced to face unequal competition by the instant content sharing technology platforms. In the content market competition, media companies are involved in personalizing information, transforming it to complex products and user experiences. Editorial work changes to content management system: journalists are supported by IT engineers, designers and social media managers. Content search is transformed: algorithm supports news production and the mining of new stories. The role of news seekers is also modified: informal groups and expert individuals contribute to the collection, evaluation and sharing of information. In a networked age the journalists’ profession is re-interpreted: since they are no longer the only dispensers of information, they have to sell insight and understanding.
Hivatkozás stílusok: IEEEACMAPAChicagoHarvardCSL
2019-11-12 05:01