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By Eugenia Siapera, Andreas Veglis

The instruction manual to worldwide on-line Journalism contains a selection of readings from foreign practitioners and students that signify a entire and state of the art review of the connection among the web and journalism all over the world. presents a state of the art evaluate of present learn and destiny instructions of on-line journalismTraces the evolution of journalistic practices, company versions, and transferring styles of journalistic cultures that experience emerged world wide with the migration of stories onlineWritten and edited by way of most sensible foreign researchers and practitioners within the quarter of on-line journalismFeatures an intensive breadth of assurance, together with economics, organizational practices, contents and experiencesDiscusses advancements in on-line information in a variety of nations, from the us to Brazil, and from Germany to ChinaContains unique thought, new study facts, and studies of present experiences within the box

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According to this view, which is still influential today, the concepts “convergence” and “multimedia” are to a great extent synonymous. ” Taking this interpretation, other authors have subsequently defined convergence as the process through which information technologies and telecommunications come closer together (Winseck, 1998). After the rise of the Internet in the 1990s, the concept of convergence broadened to include the web. Authors such as Thompson (1999) describe convergence as the integration of the Internet with other media, particularly television and telephone communication.

All of these companies have recently been the scenario for editorial integration processes of one kind or another. indd 23 6/19/2012 3:25:47 PM 24 Infotendencias Group internal reorganization processes have enjoyed considerable attention in the academic and professional forums. Nonetheless, these phenomena actually date back a considerable time. In reality, the dynamics of convergence have been perceptible for some decades. ” In recent years, many authors have risen to the challenge of explaining what media convergence is and what forms it may take.

This is the first theoretical problem one faces when attempting to define the concept of convergence in journalism. However, it is not the only difficulty. The next problem is that there is enormous disparity between the proposals made by those authors who have tried to come up with an explicit definition of convergence. It is somewhat paradoxical that a concept like convergence should give rise to such divergence. This disparity is partly motivated by the variety of approaches adopted in studies on media convergence: business (Murdock, 2000; Killebrew, 2005; LawsonBorders, 2006), technological (Lei, 2000; Forgacs, 2001; Idei, 2002), between platforms (Thompson, 1999; Theodoropoulou, 2003), professional (Salaverría and Negredo, 2009; Moreno, 2009), cultural (Jenkins, 2006), and even legal or regulatory (Blackman, 1998; Iosifidis, 2002; Dennis, 2006).

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