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Foreword: Christopher Warren
1.1 Newspaper circulation
1.3 Page count analysis
1.4 Company round-up
2.2 Workload, hours and work-life balance
2.4 Quality of work/output
2.5 Training
Chapter 3: Our audience – and what they think of us
3.1 A public good
3.2 Where do people get their news from?
3.3 What sort of news are people interested in?
3.4 Why do people want news?
3.5 How do people feel about the way the media covers news?
3.6 Who do they trust to tell them the news?
3.7 Are individual journalists important to people?
3.8 Will Australians pay for news online?
4.1 New ways of finding stories
4.1 New ways of telling stories
4.3 New ways of finding audiences
4.4 Getting audiences involved
After the “Fall of Rome” - a new republic of news?
5.2 What can the commercial news media do?
5.3 What can journalists do?
5.4 What can government do?
5.5 What can media unions do?
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Future of Journalism

Future of Journalism

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Published by: gio77x on Jan 08, 2012
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