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The Future of Quality News Journalism: A Cross-Continental Analysis (Routledge Research in Journalism) Hardcover – 20 Sep 2013


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"This impressive work of scholarship and analysis spotlights the essential role that quality journalism and news organizations plays in civil society and focuses urgently needed attention on the challenges of sustaining such enterprises."

--Eric Freedman, Michigan State University

"Much has been written in the trade and online journals about how digital and social media tools have changed the newsgathering and news writing process, but this book highlights how news organizations are dealing with not only this issue but also the issue of the changing business model for print, online and broadcast."

--Leigh Wright, Journalism and Mass Communication Educator

About the Author

Peter J. Anderson is Reader in News Media and Research Coordinator for the Journalism, Media and Communication (JOMEC) School at the University of Central Lancashire, UK. 

George Ogola is a Senior Lecturer in Journalism at the University of Central Lancashire and writes as a columnist for Business Daily, a Nairobi based financial newspaper.

Michael Williams is a part-time Senior Lecturer in Journalism at the University of Central Lancashire and a journalist writing for the Independent, the Daily Telegraph, the Daily Mail, and the New Statesman.

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