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Challenges in Covering Innovation Topics
Experiences of Journalists in the US, Japan and Finland

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Internet Between Utopia and Dystopia
The Narratives of Control

Erlbaum. Rogers, E. M. (2003) Diffusion of Innovations . New York: Free Press. Silverstone, R., & Haddon, L. (1996) ‘Design and the Domestication of Information and Communication Technologies: Technical Change and Everyday Life’, in R. Mansell & R. Silverstone (eds.), Communication by Design. The Politics of Information and Communication Technologies (pp. 44-74). Oxford, NY: Oxford University Press. Spigel, L. (1992) Make Room for TV . Chicago: University of Chicago Press. Winner, L. (1977) Autonomous

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Slow Television
A Successful Innovation in Public Service Broadcasting

References Bessant J. & Tidd, J. (2011) Innovation and Entrepreneurship. Second edition. Chichester: John Wiley & Sons ltd. Born, G. (2004) Uncertain vision: Birt, Dyke and the Reinvention of the BBC. London: Secker & Warburg. Christensen, C.M. (1997) The Innovator’s Dilemma. N.Y.: Harper Business Essentials. Dailey, L., Demo, L., & Spillman, M. (2005) ‘The Convergence Continuum: A Model for Studying Collaboration Between Media Newsrooms.’ Atlantic Journal of Communication, 13 (3): 150

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Limits to Change
A Case Study of an Attempt to Innovate in NRK’s Factual Programming during the Mid-1980s

References Bastiansen, Henrik G., & Trine Syvertsen (1994). Towards a Norwegian Television History. In Francesko Bono & Ib Bondebjerg (Eds.), Nordic Television – History, Politics and Aesthetics (pp. 121-154). Copenhagen: Sekvens. Bessant, John, & Joe Tidd (2011). Innovation and entrepreneurship (2nd ed.). Chichester: John Wiley & Sons Ltd. Brants, Kess (1998). Who’s afraid of infotainment? European Journal of Communication, 13 (3), 315-335. DOI: 10.1177/0267323198013003002 Burns, Tom (1977). The BBC: Public institution and private

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Popularizing the Internet
Traveling Companions Supporting the Good News

). Europeans and Biotechnology in 2010: Winds of Change? European Commission’s Directorate-General for Research . Brussels. Gripenberg, Pernilla, Sveiby, Karl-Erik, & Segercrantz, Beata (2012). Challenging the Innovation Paradigm: The Prevailing Pro-innovation Bias. In Karl-Erik Sveiby, Pernilla Gripenberg & Beata Segercrantz (Eds.), Challenging the Innovation Paradigm (pp. 1-12). New York: Routledge. Göpfert, Winfried (2007). The strength of PR and the weakness of science journalism. In Martin W. Bauer & Massimiano Bucchi (Eds.), Journalism, Science and

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Social Entrepreneurship and Communication for Development and Social Change
Rethinking Innovation

Perspective . Thousand Oaks: Sage. Jacobson, T. (1985) “Epistemological Shift in Development Communication Theory” in B. Dervin and M. Voigt, eds. Progress in Communication Sciences . Norwood NJ: Ablex. Lerner, D. (1958) The Passing of Traditional Society: Modernizing the Middle East . New York: The Free Press. Martin, L. and S. Osberg (2007) “Social Entrepreneurship: The Case for Definition.” Stanford Social Innovation Review , Spring,, 29-39. McAnany, E. (2009) “Incentives and Participation in Development

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Storylab Lessons
A Collaborative Project Between Courses in Journalism and Media Technology

Sphere: New Challenges in the Digital Era , 18-19 June 2015, at University Lyon 2, Lyon. Doherty, Skye (2016). NewsCubed: Journalism Through Design. Journalism Practice , 10(5): 569-588. Domingo, David & Paterson, Chris (eds.) (2011). Making Online News: Newsroom Ethnographies in the Second Decade of Internet Journalism . New York: Peter Lang. Ekdale, Brian; Singer, Jane B.; Tully, Melissa & Harmsen, Shawn (2015). Making Change: Diffusion of Technological, Relational, and Cultural Innovation in the Newsroom. Journalism & Mass Communication

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Keynote talk given at the conference Intermediality Now: Remapping In-Betweenness, organized at Sapientia Hungarian University of Transylvania, in Cluj-Napoca, Romania, between 19–20 October 2018, within the framework of the exploratory research project PN-III-ID-PCE-2016-0418, funded by the UEFISCDI (Executive Unit for Financing Higher Education, Research, Development and Innovation).

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Data Visualization in Scandinavian Newsrooms
Emerging Trends in Journalistic Visualization Practices

: Beyond the “Usual Suspects”. Journalism Studies , 16(4): 467-481. Flew, Terry; Spurgeon, Christina; Daniel, Anne & Swift, Adam (2012). The Promise of Computational Journalism. Journalism Practice , 6(2): 157-171. Gynnild, Astrid (2013). Journalism Innovation Leads to Innovation Journalism: The Impact of Computational Exploration on Changing Mindsets. Journalism , 15(6): 713-730. Halliday, Michael (1978). Language as a Social Semiotic. The Social Interpretation of Language and Meaning . London: Arnold. Hammond, Philip (2017). From Computer

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Use of Development Dialogues in Learning and Changing Journalism Practice

References Ahva, L. (2010) Making news with citizens: Public journalism and professional reflexivity in Finnish newspapers. Tampere: Tampere University Press. Bereiter, C. (2002) ‘Design Research for Sustained Innovation’, Cognitive Studies, Bulletin of the Japanese Cognitive Society 9(3): 321-327. Cottle, S. (2004) ‘Media Organisation and Production: Mapping the Field’, in Cottle, S. (ed.) Media Organisation and Production , London: Sage, pp. 3-24. Daniels, H. and Warmington, P

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