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Virus shutdowns prompt sweeping questions about the future of news and entertainment

On Mar 19, 2020
@markos shared
RT @brianstelter: Where is the get-tested website that the president promised last week? Where is the detailed info about drive-through locations in chain store parking lots? https://t.co/TDKMXVTVdz
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One week ago, America's great shutdown began in earnest. None of us have experienced anything quite like this before. The shock is still sinking in.

edition.cnn.com
On Mar 19, 2020
@markos shared
RT @brianstelter: Where is the get-tested website that the president promised last week? Where is the detailed info about drive-through locations in chain store parking lots? https://t.co/TDKMXVTVdz
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Virus shutdowns prompt sweeping questions about the future of news and entertainment

One week ago, America's great shutdown began in earnest. None of us have experienced anything quite like this before. The shock is still sinking in.


On Mar 27, 2020
@sivavaid shared
RT @Sulliview: Will coronavirus kill off the news business just when America realized we actually need it? ... in which ⁦@Will_Bunch⁩ comes around to a once unthinkable idea https://t.co/eN7JTgeIqc
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Will coronavirus kill off the news business just when America realized we actually need it? | Will Bunch

Coronavirus spikes traffic to news websites, but with no ad revenue layoffs are already starting. Time for the once-unthinkable, a government bailout?

On Mar 23, 2020
@Chanders shared
RT @jbenton: Because @chanders doesn't really write for me anymore, I am forced to lower myself to summarizing his arguments in pieces published elsewhere, like in this new piece by me (j/k) (I mean, it is a new piece by me, that's not a joke) https://t.co/zDWWWUEwt7
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These are the four waves of journalism studies over the past 20 years: the participatory, crisis, platforms, and populist eras

"The economic problem for journalism was not competition, in other words, but surveillance and monopoly."

On Mar 24, 2020
@Chanders shared
RT @markdeuze: Recommended reading: ambitious review of 20 years of journalism studies and political communication research by @Chanders: https://t.co/VKE19ygKsF
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The State(s) of Things 20 Years of Journalism Studies and Political Communication C. W. Anderson | AssoComPol

Chris W. Anderson (University of Leeds) Abstract In this brief paper I want to try to understand the evolving, 20 year relationship between journalism studies and political communication ...

On Mar 18, 2020
@NiemanLab shared
RT @niemanfdn: With @columbiajourn, we're delighted to announce the 2020 #LukasPrizes, honoring the best in American nonfiction writing. Congratulations to winners @BartElmore, @shahanmufti, Alex Kotlowitz and @GreenidgeKerri and finalists @dimmerwahr and @emilybazelon. https://t.co/QIqEwQeFUn
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Winners and finalists of the 2020 Lukas Prize Project Awards announced

Columbia Journalism School and the Nieman Foundation for Journalism at Harvard are pleased to announce the four winners and the two finalists of the 2020 Lukas Prize Project Awards.

On Mar 19, 2020
@brianstelter shared
TIME EIC @efelsenthal: "Like you, we are finding new ways of working, some of which will no doubt outlast this crisis, and searching for new ways to meet the needs of work, family, and physical and mental health..." https://t.co/PA5g8TbXlD https://t.co/wCGMVJHSrO
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One week ago, America's great shutdown began in earnest.

Will the number of new digital subscriptions offset the number of people who cancel for budgetary reasons? -- Should there be new prime time shows on broadcast TV about this anti-social ...

On Mar 18, 2020
@sree shared
The always terrific @muckrackdaily newsletter is covering #Covid19 from all the important media and journalism angles. Today's, by @delia_p: https://t.co/bqdiX8KIBj. Make sure you subscribe: https://t.co/znsFmUvC5x #coronavirus #worthynewsletter https://t.co/2CnhLyxPNI
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How the government is helping

And Trump Now Claims He Always Knew the Coronavirus Would Be a Pandemic, Katie Rogers and Maggie Haberman wrote at the New York Times. Proving that medical staffers do not currently have ...

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