The Vanishing Newspaper: Saving Journalism in the Information Age

University of Missouri Press, 2004 - 269 páginas
"In The Vanishing Newspaper, Philip Meyer offers the newspaper industry a business model for preserving and stabilizing the social responsibility functions of the press in a way that could outlast technology-driven changes in media forms. This "influence model," as it is termed by Meyer, is based on the premise that a newspaper's main product is not news or information, but influence: societal influence, which is not for sale, and commercial influence, which is. Meyer's model explores how the former enhances the value of the latter." "Meyer has written this volume to be accessible to a wide audience, taking particular care to explain his statistical research and methodology. Teachers and students of journalism and business will find Meyer's research, as well as his interviews with newspaper company executives and analysts, of particular interest."--BOOK JACKET.

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Philip Meyer is Professor Emeritus of Journalism at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. He is the author or editor of a number of books, including Assessing Public Journalism and Letters from the Editor: Lessons on Journalism and Life by William F. Woo.

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