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Dr Tamara Witschge

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Publications in print and in preparation

  • Tamara Witschge, Angela Phillips and Peter Lee-Wright (in preparation) Changing Journalism. London: Routledge (to be published in 2010).
  • Tamara Witschge, Natalie Fenton and Des Freedman (forthcoming) Carnegie UK Inquiry into Civil Society and the Media UK and Ireland: Media Ownership. London: Carnegie UK.
  • Natalie Fenton & Tamara Witschge (forthcoming) “Comment is free, facts are sacred: Journalistic ethics in a changing mediascape”. In G. Meikle & G. Redden News Online: Transformations and Continuities. London: Palgrave Macmillan.
  • Tamara Witschge (2009) “Street journalists versus ‘ailing journalists’?” openDemocracy (24 April 2009).
  • Tamara Witschge and Gunnar Nygren (2009). “Journalism: a profession under pressure?” Journal of Media Business Studies, 6 (1). pp. 37-59.
  • James Curran and Tamara Witschge (2009) “Liberal Dreams and the Internet” in N Fenton (ed.) New Media, Old News: Journalism and Democracy in the Digital Age, London: Sage.
  • Joanna Redden & Tamara Witschge (2009) “A new news order? Online news content examined”. In N. Fenton (ed.) New Media, Old News: Journalism and Democracy in the Digital Age. London: Sage.
  • Tamara Witschge (2008) Examining online public discourse in context: A mixed method approach. Javnost—the Public, 15(2).

 

Public presentations undertaken and planned

  • News journalism cultures and new media technology. Paper presented at the international workshop ‘Trust, Truth, and Performance: Diverse Journalisms in the 21st Century’ University of Groningen, The Netherlands (10-12 December 2009).
  • ‘The tyranny of technology’? Examining the role of new media in news journalism. Paper presented at Journalism in Crisis Conference, Westminster University (19-20 June 2009).
  • All that remains is change? News journalism cultures and new media technology. Paper presented at the German Communication Association (DGPuK) Conference (29 April - 1 May 2009).
  • (Invited speaker) A new news order? Online news content examined (with Joanna Redden). Paper presented at Seminar held at the Communication and Media Research Institute (CAMRI), University of Westminster (28 January 2009).
  • All that remains is change? News journalism cultures and new media technology. Paper presented at MeCCSA 2009 (14-16 January 2009).
  • Building international civil society: New media case study. Paper presented at the ECC08, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona (25-28 November 2008).
  • (With Natalie Fenton) Comment is free, facts are sacred: Journalistic ethics in a changing mediascape. Paper presented at the End of Journalism Conference, University of Bedfordshire (18-19 October 2008).
  • Practices in the field of regional journalism: Examining the future of the news. Paper presented at IAMCR, Stockholm (21-25 July 2008).
  • (Invited speaker) Recycling journalism: The return to professional ethics in times of administrative news cultures. Paper presented at the workshop News Organization and News Work, Jönköping (28-29 April 2008).
  • (Invited speaker) Seminar ‘Credibility in the new news: Opportunities and challenges to building public trust in online news making’, openDemocracy, London School of Economics & de MacArthur Foundation (29 February 2008)
  • The Spaces of News project: Examining the future of the news. Presentation at Symposium The Futures of the News, (24 November 2007).