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Jason Wilson

Journal article

The Quiet North: The Decline of Localism and Broadband's 'Imaginery Future'

Regional public spheres have undergone a long crisis that predates current anxieties about the 'future of journalism'. Using the example of Townsville, North Queensland, it can be suggested that the decline of mainstream news media has not necessarily been accompanied by the uptake of tools...
Conference paper

Journalism as social networking: The Australian youdecideproject and the 2007 Federal election

The increasing prevalence of new media technologies and the rise of citizen journalism has coincided with a crisis in industrial journalism, as the figure of the 'journalist as hero' is fading, new media forms have facilitated the production of news content 'from below' by citizens...
Journal article

Journalism as social networking: The Australian youdecide project and the 2007 federal election

The increasing prevalence of new media technologies and the rise of citizen journalism have coincided with a crisis in industrial journalism.
Submission

Social innovation, user-created content and the future of the ABC and SBS as public service media

In their submission to the ABC and SBS Review, currently in progress, Stuart Cunningham and Terry Flew argue that how national public broadcasters respond to changes in the media environment arising from digitisation, convergence and changing societal needs and expectations can be best understood as...