Emerging Practices in the Age of Automated Digital Journalism. Models, Languages, and Storytelling [notice and editorial information]

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Emerging Practices in the Age of Automated Digital Journalism provides detailed insight into the current state of journalism and its future challenges.

The book brings together a global team of authors to review and analyse emerging practices in the automated digital scenario through which journalism is being reshaped, such as novel languages, storytelling forms, and business models. Providing a much-needed review of the field to apprehend the knowledge and experience acquired, the collection also offers an up-to-date overview of digital journalism today, outlining those trends pointing to the future of journalism practice and media in the online sphere.

Through a multidisciplinary and international approach, chapters delve into the main technological changes that digital journalism has recently faced, closely related to digital native media, novel storytelling forms, social media, innovation, television broadcasting, new media management structures and procedures, content automation, fact-checking, web analytics, and social audiences.

Offering new insights into this fast-developing area, this volume will be an engaging and vital resource for media professionals and researchers in journalism and communication studies, as well as those interested in contemporary journalism practice and communication technology.

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By Berta García-Orosa, Sara Pérez-Seijo, Ángel Vizoso  

Chapter 1 | 11 pages

Digital journalism

From reinvention to constant innovation

By Xosé López-García, Berta García-Orosa

Chapter 2 | 10 pages

Digital native fact-checkers around the world

Notes on their development, main features and verification models

By Ángel Vizoso, Carlos Toural-Bran

Chapter 3 | 14 pages

Journalism and analytics

The tension between journalistic criteria and data

By Santiago Justel-Vázquez, Valentina Laferrara, Emiliana De Blasio, Josep Lluís Micó-Sanz

Chapter 4 | 13 pages

The role of mobile media in journalism education

By Alba Silva-Rodríguez, Kjetil Vaage ØieAbstract

Chapter 5 |11 pages

Young audience wanted! Journalism looks to the future

By Jorge Vázquez-Herrero, María-Cruz Negreira-Rey, Gabriela Zago

Chapter 6 | 11 pages

Immersed in the news. How VR and 360-degree video have triggered a shift in journalistic storytelling

By Sara Pérez-Seijo, María José Benítez de Gracia, António Baía Reis

Chapter 7 | 15 pages

Social audience and media

By Ana-Isabel Rodríguez-Vázquez, José Sixto-García, Kruzkaya Ordóñez

Chapter 8 | 12 pages

Journalism’s cruise control

How can public service media outlets benefit from AI and automation?

By Marta Rodríguez-Castro, Clara González-Tosat

Chapter 9 | 10 pages

Recommender systems in major media platforms

Design tendencies and purposes

By Martín Vaz-Álvarez, Juanjo Lainez-Reche

Chapter 10 | 10 pages

Minorities in journalism. The Mexican femicide in digital native media

By Santiago Gallur Santorun, Jenerlis Arias Arias

Chapter 11 | 15 pages

Integration of digital technology in TV production

Trends and practices at Aljazeera Arabic Channel

By Mohsen AlafranjiAbstract 

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