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Vom Gatekeeping zum Gatewatching

Modelle der journalistischen Vermittlung im Internet
  • Axel Bruns
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Zusammenfassung

Traditionelle journalistische Praktiken der Inhaltserstellung und -vermittlung lassen sich in Presse und Rundfunk in erster Linie durch den Prozess des Gatekeeping charakterisieren. Im Internet findet sich jedoch zunehmend ein anderer Ansatz, der in Analogie zu dem traditionellen Begriff als Gatewatching beschrieben werden kann. In diesem Text werden die Besonderheiten des Gatewatchings herausgearbeitet, vor allem die multiperspektivische Form der Berichterstattung. Außerdem werden die wichtigsten Implikationen der Bewegung vom Gatekeeping zum Gatewatching im Nachrichtenjournalismus analysiert.

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