Media Systems Online and Off

Comparing the Form of News in the United States, Denmark and France

Mark Ørsten, Ida Willig, Rodney Benson, Matthew Powers, Sandra Vera Zambrano

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Resumé

This study examines how media system differences in the form of news change or stay the same as newspapers in the United States (liberal), Denmark (democratic corporatist), and France (polarized pluralist) move from print to online. Internet technological affordances are posited to move online news toward more advertising and information (liberal model) and more opinion and deliberation (polarized pluralist model). In the liberal direction, advertising and more localized, light news increase; toward polarized pluralism, news as a whole declines while deliberation, opinion, and nonjournalistic voices increase slightly. A lesser degree of change in France may be due to greater state insulation from market pressures; some contradictory tendencies in Denmark indicate that technological influences are shaped by contextual national factors.
OriginalsprogEngelsk
TidsskriftJournal of Communication
Vol/bind62
Udgave nummer1
Sider (fra-til)21-38
Antal sider18
ISSN0021-9916
DOI
StatusUdgivet - 3 feb. 2012

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Ørsten, Mark ; Willig, Ida ; Benson, Rodney ; Powers, Matthew ; Zambrano, Sandra Vera. / Media Systems Online and Off : Comparing the Form of News in the United States, Denmark and France. I: Journal of Communication. 2012 ; Bind 62, Nr. 1. s. 21-38.
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