Žurnalistika 2.0. Evoliucijos revoliucija?
JOURNALISM 2.0. REVOLUTION OF EVOLUTION?
Subject(s): Media studies
Published by: Vilniaus Universiteto Leidykla
Keywords: media; mass media; journalism; digital era; multimodal expression; content industrialization.
Summary/Abstract: We live in a complicated digital reality whose outcomes and weight of changes can be estimated only by future researchers. We hardly trace and state changes, trying to guess the perspectives of tomorrow. As we are part of this process (creators and users of information), it is difficult to generalize and to respond to what is happening. On the one hand, we can see the attributes of evolution and gradual development in the changing media and journalism. On the other hand, unequivocal revolutionary processes demolishthe established order of the mass media and information system. This study attempts to capture the current situation, to summarize the global experience, and to spotlight the main trends. We note the contradictions when the conservative retention of the traditional media content and form is similarly successful as the innovative digital era media projects.
- Issue Year: 2014
- Issue No: 68
- Page Range: 100-112
- Page Count: 13
- Language: Lithuanian