DIGITAL JOURNALISM

RESEARCHING DIGITALLY DISRUPTED JOURNALISM PRACTICE AND NEW JOURNALISTIC PARAGIDMS

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RIDING THE NEW WAVE OF JOURNALISM RESEARCH: DIGITAL JOURNALISM
AND SOCIAL MEDIA CRITICAL DISCOURSE STUDIES

Helen Sisson & Philippa Smith, 2021

Chapter in Discourse in the
digital age: Rigour and context across emerging discourses on digital participatory spaces.

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TECHNOLOGIES R US: ADAPT OR DIE

Helen Sissons, November 2020

The challenges facing the digital journalist. Paper presented at the Accelerator 02 conference, Auckland 2020.

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CENTRALISED AND DIGITALLY DISRUPTED

Helen Sissons, 2020

An ethnographic view  of local journalism in New Zealand. Chapter in The Routledge Companion to Local Media and Journalism.

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USER-GENERATED CONTENT IN TELEVISION NEWS

Danni Mulrennan, 2019

How are television broadcast
journalists responding to the challenge of harnessing user-generated
video in their everyday work?

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SOUNDING OFF OR SOUNDING BOARD?

Helen Sissons & Philippa Smith, 2017

The comments sections of news websites as interactive spaces. Book chapter in M. Burger, Fitzgerald, R, & J. Thornborrow (Eds.). Places, spaces and discursive actions in social media and real communicative environments.

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WRITING FOR NEWS WEBSITES: THE CONTINUOUS DEADLINE WORLD OF ONLINE NEWS

Helen Sissons & Danni Mulrennan, 2017

Chapter in G. Hannis (Ed.), Intro: a beginner’s guide to journalism in 21st-century Aotearoa/New Zealand. NZ Journalists Training Organisation

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SOCIAL MEDIA AND A CASE OF MISTAKEN IDENTITY

Philippa Smith & Helen Sissons, 2016

What did a leading newspaper do when it got it all wrong? How did they respond to a grave journalistic error? Journal article in JOURNALISM 2016