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602 Draft Reading List

1. LOOKING BACK AT LOOKING AHEAD: OLD VISIONS OF MEDIA


FUTURES
a. Epilogue: Today Was Yesterday, from Rantanen, Terhi. When News Was
New. Wiley-Blackwell, 2009.
b. “The Newspaper-Web War.” Jack Schaefer, Slate, August 4, 2009.
c. From Denton, Frank. Reinventing the Newspaper: Essays. Perspectives on
the news 3. N[ew] Y[ork], NY: Twentieth Century Fund Press, 1993.
d. from White, Hayden. Tropics of Discourse: Essays in Cultural Criticism.
Reprint. Hopkins Fulfillment Service, 1985.
e. Juskalian, Russ. “Interview With Clay Shirky.” The Columbia Journalism
Review, December 19, 2008.
f. “First Daily Newspaper By Radio Facsimile”

2. CORPORATE CONTROL
a. “Failed Attempts at Regulation of Canadian Media Ownership,” from
Canadian Newspaper Ownership in the Era of Convergence: Rediscovering
Social Responsibility. Edmonton: University of Alberta Press, 2005.
b. From McChesney, Robert W. Corporate Media and the Threat to Democracy.
Seven Stories Press, 2003.
c. From Bagdikian, Ben. The New Media Monopoly: A Completely Revised and
Updated Edition With Seven New Chapters. Revised and Updated Edition.
Beacon Press, 2004.

3. CIVIC JOURNALISM, CITIZEN JOURNALISM


a. Nip, Joyce. “THE LAST DAYS OF CIVIC JOURNALISM.” Journalism Practice
2, no. 2 (6, 2008): 179-196.
b. From Gillmor, Dan. We the Media: Grassroots Journalism by the People, for
the People. 1st ed. Beijing: O'Reilly, 2004.
c. Lewis, Seth C.et all Thinking about Citizen Journalism Journalism Practice.
(2009): Informaworld. Web. 18 Oct 2009.
d. Chapter 2, “Gatewatching,” from Bruns, Axel. Gatewatching: Collaborative
Online News Production. Peter Lang Publishing, 2005.
e. State of the News Media 2009, Special Report: Citizen Based Media

4. CHANGING AUDIENCES, CHANGING REPRESENTATIONS?


a. State of the News Media 2009, “Ethnic News”

5. NEW MEDIA THEORY


a. From Benkler, Yoachim, The wealth of networks: how social production
transforms markets and freedom. New Haven: Yale University Press, 2006
b. From Castells, Manuel. Communication Power. Oxford University Press,
2009.
6. NEW MEDIA NEWSROOMS
a. Hermida, Alfred. “The Blogging BBC: Journalism blogs at “the worldʼs most
trusted news organization”.” Journalism Practice. (2009): 1-17. Print.
b. From Making Online News: The Ethnography of New Media Production. New
York: Peter Lang, 2008. Print.
c. From Boczkowski, Pablo J. Digitizing the News: Innovation in Online
Newspapers. Inside technology. Cambridge, Mass: MIT Press, 2004.
d. State of the News Media 2009, “Online Journalistʼs Survey”
(http://www.stateofthemedia.org/2009/printable_survey_chapter.htm)

7. NEW MEDIA AUDIENCES


a. From Neuman, W. Russell. The Future of the Mass Audience. Cambridge
University Press, 1992.
b. The Moral Economy of Web 2.0: Audience Research and Convergence
Culture Joshua Green, and Henry Jenkins, from Holt, Jennifer, and Alisa
Perren. Media Industries: History, Theory, and Method. Wiley-Blackwell,
2009.
c. Berkowitz, Dan. “Journalism in the broader cultural mediascape.” Journalism
10, no. 3 (June 1, 2009): 290-292.
d. Gillespie, Marie. “`Anytime, anyplace, anywhere': Digital diasporas and the
BBC World Service.” Journalism 10, no. 3 (June 1, 2009): 322-325.
e. Ethan Zuckerman, The Architecture of Serendipity, My Heartʼs In Accra
f. State of the News Media 2009, “Audiences”

8. TELEVISION AND RADIO JOURNALISM IN THE CONVERGENCE


LANDSCAPE
a. Aviles, Jose Alberto Garcia, and Miguel Carvajal. “Integrated and Cross-
Media Newsroom Convergence: Two Models of Multimedia News Production
-- The Cases of Novotecnica and La Verdad Multimedia in Spain.”
Convergence 14, no. 2 (May 1, 2008): 221-239.The Effects of Cross-
Ownership on the Local Content and Political Slant of Local Television News.
b. From Hemmingway, Emma. Into the Newsroom: Exploring the Digital
Production of Regional Television News. 1st ed. Routledge, 2007.
c. Singer, Jane B. “Convergence and divergence.” Journalism 10, no. 3 (June 1,
2009): 375-377.
d. State of the News Media 2009, “Network TV, Cable TV, Local TV”

9. TROUBLE WITH THE PUBLIC SPHERE


a. Fraser, Nancy: Rethinking The Public Sphere: A Contribution to the Critique of
Actually Existing Democracy, from Robbins, Bruce. The Phantom Public
Sphere. University of Minnesota Press, 1993.
b. “Publics and Counterpublics,” from Warner, Michael. Publics and
Counterpublics. New York: Zone Books, 2002.Sparks, Colin, The Global, The
Local and the Public Sphere, from Allen, Robert. The Television Studies
Reader. 1st ed. Routledge, 2004.
c. “Will Nobody Do Anything to Help?”: Networked Journalism and Politics,” from
Beckett, Charlie. Supermedia: Saving Journalism so It Can Save the World.
Chichester, West Sussex, U.K: Blackwell Pub, 2008.

10. JOURNALISM AND GLOBALIZATION


a. Cottle, Simon, “Journalism and Globalization” from Wahl-jorgensen, Karin,
and Thomas Hanitzsch. Handbook of Journalism Studies. 1st ed. Routledge,
2008.A Global Infotainment Sphere? from Thussu, Daya Kishan. News as
Entertainment: The Rise of Global Infotainment. Thousand Oaks, Calif: Sage,
2007.
b. BIELSA, ESPERANÇA. “The pivotal role of news agencies in the context of
globalization: a historical approach.” Global Networks 8, no. 3 (2008): 347-
366.
c. Hafez, Kai. “Let's improve `global journalism'!.” Journalism 10, no. 3 (June 1,
2009): 329-331.
d. Cottle, Simon. “Journalism studies: coming of (global) age?.” Journalism 10,
no. 3 (June 1, 2009): 309-311.

11. NEW LEGAL TERRAIN


a. Abah, Adedayo Ladigbolu. “Trends in International Internet Defamation Suits:
Targeting a Solution?” International Communication Gazette 70, no. 6: 529-
546.
b. Kalathil, Shanthi, and Taylor C. Boas. Open Networks, Closed Regimes: The
Impact of the Internet on Authoritarian Rule. Carnegie Endowment for
International Peace, 2003.
c. Vleugels, Roger, “Overview of all 86 FOIA Countries.”
d. “Gajda, Amy. “Judging Journalism: The Turn Toward Privacy and Judicial
Regulation of the Press.” SSRN eLibrary.

12. BACK TO THE FUTURE


a. From Meyer, Philip. The Vanishing Newspaper: Saving Journalism in the
Information Age. Columbia: University of Missouri Press, 2004.
b. From Auletta, Ken. Googled: The End of the World As We Know It. Penguin
Press, 2009.
c. McNair, Brian, “Journalism in the 21st century -- evolution, not extinction.”
Journalism 10, no. 3 (June 1, 2009): 347-349.
d. Hallin, Daniel C. “Not the end of journalism history.” Journalism 10, no. 3
(June 1, 2009): 332-334.
e. Mosco, Vincent. “The future of journalism.” Journalism 10, no. 3 (June 1,
2009): 350-352.
f. Massig, Michael, A New Horizon for the News, The New York Review of
Books, Volume 56, Number 14 · September 24, 2009
g. State of the News Media 2009, Special Report: Business Models