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Living the Future of News

  • Saba BebawiEmail author
  • Mark Evans
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Abstract

This chapter provides a broad background to the nature of the current digital media environment journalists are operating in, outlining the scholarly and industry debates pertaining to the challenges and opportunities that this media landscape offers journalism in general, and international reporting more specifically. It lays out the current media landscape by considering the disrupted media sector in which journalists now take their place. This chapter examines the many technological interventions coming to bear on journalism to see how they can enrich the influence of the foreign correspondent.

Keywords

Foreign correspondent Media disruption Technological interventions Digital influence 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Faculty of Arts and Social SciencesUniversity of Technology SydneyNSWAustralia
  2. 2.University of Technology SydneyNSWAustralia

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