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Newsonomics: Twelve New Trends That Will Shape the News You Get

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The New News

Reports of the death of the news media are highly premature, though you wouldn't know it from the media's own headlines. Ken Doctor goes far beyond those headlines, taking an authoritative look at the fast-emerging future.

The Twelve Laws of Newsonomics reveal the kinds of news that readers will get and that journalists (and citizens) will produce as we enter th
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Hardcover, 240 pages
Published February 2nd 2010 by St. Martin's Press (first published 2010)
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Drani
Jun 03, 2010 rated it it was ok
From the beginning, I felt a little disconcerted about reading a book about "new trends." Most of the trends are internet-related -- the companion web site looks more interesting, but isn't well-touted in the book.

Despite the nagging feeling you're reading a snapshot of old news, there are some interesting perspectives laid out. Most of them are practically well-worn adages in the obsessively recalibrating news community. But it's interesting to see how an experienced newsman views the changes
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Chris Aylott
Jul 18, 2010 rated it liked it
Slightly disjointed presentation of the current state of journalism. It's not a pretty picture, especially the ongoing implosion of newspapers and newsmagazines. Doctor sees plenty of legitimate advantages to the digitally sorted, mostly freelance news that is evolving around us, but it's hard to reconcile this with the projection that many of the people creating the stories will be paid little or nothing to do so. That doesn't seem quite fair to me.
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Frederick Bingham
Jan 01, 2012 rated it it was ok
This book is more intended for journalism students - those still exist? It talks about how the news will be reported and delivered in the future. It did not interest me that much.
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