News 2.0: Can Journalism Survive the Internet?

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Index
ABC 3, 126, 170
Abu Ghraib 31
access to technology 5, 43, 45–6
accidental journalism 118–19
activism 204
advertising 39, 74–5, 165–6
alternative forms 167
online newspapers 173
advertising revenue 11, 52, 66, 166–7, 176, 178–9 online 167, 170
advertorials 39
Afghanistan 47
invasion 32
Age, The 139, 182
Age of Convergence 26
Ahmadinejad, Mahmoud 131
Al-Jazeera network 47
Alexa Top 50 websites 169
Alexander, David 34–5
All about the story 147
Alterman, Eric 168
alternative journalism 116–20, 122, 127, 160–4, 187, 190, 197
commercial pressures 169
field of journalism, in 160–4
political/cultural response to globalization 117
Alternative Journalism 116, 123, 124, 125, 127, 162
Amanpour, Christiane 138
Amara, Roy 5
Amara’s Law 5
amateurism
exploitation and 120–2
American Newspaper Publishers Association 57
American Press Institute 185
Media Center 5
American Society of Newspaper Editors (ASNE) 114
America’s Got Talent 121
Andrejevic, Mark 106
Anonymous Iran 135, 136
answerbag 70
Apple v. Does 115
Armitage, Richard 30
Arte 65
Arthur, Charles 63
artificial intelligence 2
Artz, Lee 25
Assignment Zero 80
Associated Press 75, 96, 101, 152, 179
Atkins, Lucy 142
Atton, Chris 23–4, 116–18, 122, 125, 162, 169, 197
audiences 108–9
creation of usergenerated news-like content 111
Austin, Jon 167
The same rowdy crowd 185
Australia
Victorian bushfires 2009 12–13
Australian Journalism Review 118
Australian, The 60, 165, 179
Bailey, Judy 28
Bakker, Piet
Newspaper Innovation 61
Ballmer, Steve 54
Baltimore Sun 186
Barnett, Tracey 36
Baron Cohen, Sacha 34
BBC 15, 101, 126, 131, 136, 169
BBC World 65, 66
Bebo 103, 150, 199
Bell, Emily 168
Benson, Neal 81
Berglez, Peter 78, 196, 197
Berkman Center for Internet and Society 140, 141
Berlusconi, Silvio 201
bit-torrent technologies 7
Blair, Jayson 33
blogs 13, 21, 29, 97, 100, 119–20, 153
mainstream 126
Blood, Rebecca 119
Bloomberg 152
BNET 180
Bollywood 44–5
Boston Globe 11
bourgeois journalism 123–4, 127
Bowman, Shayne 3
Boxer rebellion 44
BP 36
Bradshaw, Paul 170, 181
Braham, Emily 108, 117
Braverman, Harry 87
Brazil
newspaper circulation and readership 61
broadcasting media 63–8
growth in crossterritorial distribution networks 65–6
Brown, Gordon 180
browsing
record of 7
Bruns, Axel 17, 18, 80, 97, 137, 160, 161, 162, 164
Burke, Edward 70
Bush, George W. 30–1, 35, 38
good news stories 33–4
Bush, Vannevar 6
Buxton Advertiser 82
Callahan, Sidney 46
Campbell, John 28
capitalism 39–40, 189
combined and uneven development 43–4, 46, 47, 163
Carlyle, Thomas
Heroes and Hero-Worship 70–1
Carter, Cynthia 18
Castells, Manuel 146
CBS 31, 101

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