Public Journalism Past and Future

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Professor Lewis A. Friedland has been involved with public journalism since its inception and has tracked its movements from the first fledgling discussions to the massive reporting projects that sought to refocus journalistic reporting endeavors on citizen engagement. In Public Journalism Past and Future, Friedland uses four newspapers—The Wichita Eagle, The Charlotte Observer, The Virginian-Pilot, and the Colorado Springs Gazette—to critically examine public journalism’s successes, failures, and future challenges. Friedland’s work provides new insights into the important influences that values and organizational structure have on public journalism’s sustainability—in the past and in the future.

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Page Count: 
136
Published Date: 
2002
Category: 
Institutions
Journalism

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