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Media disruption and the public interest
How private media managers talk about responsibility to society in an era of turmoil

Introduction In today’s media market, several disruptions are coming together to pose challenges to the existing media, both public and private. The greatest disruption is arguably caused by intensified competition between platforms, channels and distribution models and the concurrent disruption in traditional ways of funding media content. In what we may now coin the traditional model, private media rely on advertising to fund journalism, domestic productions and other content that is beneficial to society, but this model is “jeopardized and expected to

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Teachers’ Professional Development on Digital and Media Literacy. Findings and recommendations from a European project

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Cameroonians in Oslo, Diaspora, and Uses of the Media

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Risk, Crisis, and Social Media
A systematic review of seven years’ research

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Researching Media Convergence and Crossmedia News Production
Mapping the Field

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The Development of Diorama Learning Media Transportation Themes to Develop Language Skill Children’s Group B

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Brand Identity, Adaptation, and Media Franchise Culture

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Hypertheatre or Media Entanglement in the Theatre of Jay Scheib

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The Polaroid and the Cross. Media-Reflexivity and Allegorical Figurations in Lucian Pintilie’s The Oak (1992)

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What educational leaders should know about social media, collaboration and doctoral learning

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