Conversations on convergence : insiders' views on news production in the twenty-first century

Quinn, Stephen 2006, Conversations on convergence : insiders' views on news production in the twenty-first century, Peter Lang, New York, N.Y..

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Title Conversations on convergence : insiders' views on news production in the twenty-first century
Author(s) Quinn, Stephen
Publication date 2006
Total pages xxix, 136 p.
Publisher Peter Lang
Place of Publication New York, N.Y.
Keyword(s) Journalism
Online journalism
Broadcast journalism
Convergence (Telecommunication)
Journalists -- Interviews
College teachers -- Interviews
Summary Convergence is a major topic of discussion at professional and academic journalism conferences and seminars around the world. This book presents the insights of major players and academics in the field of convergence. Here is your chance to read what the experts think about one of the most significant changes that journalism faces. It should be on the desk of all managers keen to know where the future will take us, and on the reading list of every student of journalism and media.
Notes Contents: Foreword : the big and small of convergence / Kerry J. Northrup -- 1. Howard Tyner : former vice president/editorial of the Tribune Company in Chicago -- 2. Gil Thelen : publisher of the Tampa Tribune in Florida -- 3. Saf Fahim : design pricipal, Archronica Architects in New York, and designer of the Newsplex -- 4. Allan Marshall : former chief operations and technology director for Associated Newspapers in London, and now a newspaper consultant in Australia -- 5. Juan Antonio Giner : founding partner and director of the Innovation International Media Consulting Group -- 6. Andrew Nachison : director of the media center at the American Press Institute in Washington -- 7. Mark Hinojosa : assistant managing editor for electronic news at the Chicago Tribune -- 8. Bob Curley : at the time director of new media and convergence, the World Company in Lawrence, Kansas -- 9. Victoria Lim : senior consumer reporter for WFLA-TV in Tampa, Florida -- 10. Kenn Altine : former associate managing editor, San Francisco Chronicle; Joe Brown : editor of the pink section, San Francisco Chronicle -- 11. Regina McCombs : multi-media reporter with the Star-Tribune in Minnesota -- 12. Charles Bierbauer : dean of the College of Mass Communications and Information Studies at the University of South Carolina -- 13. Jimmy Gentry : former dean of the William Allen White School of Journalism, University of Kansas; Rick Musser : professor, University of Kansas -- 14. Bob Papper : telcommunications professor, Ball State University in Indiana -- 15. Nora Paul : director of the Institute for New Media Studies in the School of Journalism and Mass Communication, University of Minnesota.
ISBN 0820478458
Language eng
Field of Research 190301 Journalism Studies
HERDC Research category A2 Authored - other
Copyright notice ©2006, P. Lang
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