D. Baines, Priya Rajasekar, M. van Kerkhoven, M. Wall

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Journalism continues to be closely tied to the health of civic life, but do journalists still need permanent spaces to do their work? Retreating to physical newsrooms has tended to isolate rather than connect them with the public and the topics they cover. Yet today, such boundaries are increasingly contrary to the ways digitized news blurs producers and consumers of information to create networked journalism (Bruns 2008; Heinrich 2011; Russell 2011).
Original languageEnglish
JournalCivic Media Project
Publication statusPublished - 2015

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    Baines, D., Rajasekar, P., van Kerkhoven, M., & Wall, M. (2015). POP-UP NEWSROOM: “WE ARE WHERE YOU ARE”. Civic Media Project.