RESEARCHING DIGITALLY DISRUPTED JOURNALISM PRACTICE AND NEW JOURNALISTIC PARAGIDMS
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.
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.
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.
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?
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.
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
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