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Special issue - Beyond clickbait and commerce: The ethics, possibilities and challenges of not-for-profit media


This special issue of Ethical Space explores the ethical dilemmas arising in the turbulent journalistic environment created by digital transformation and its impact on the traditional media business model.

Townend, Judith and Muller, Denis and Keeble, Richard Lance (2016) Special issue - Beyond clickbait and commerce: The ethics, possibilities and challenges of not-for-profit media. Ethical Space, 13 (2-3). pp. 1-116. ISSN 1742-0105


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Additional Information: CONTENTS: Editorial: Looking beyond the traditional media business model – Judith Townend, Denis Muller and Richard Lance Keeble Papers: Foundations, philanthropy and international journalism – Mel Bunce The photography of debate and desire: Images, environment and the public sphere – Lyn McGaurr. ‘Tell it like it is’: The role of community not-for-profit media in regeneration and reputational change – Dave Harte. Framing participation in collaborative community media: The living community documentary series – Jocelyn E. Williams. Money under fire: The ethics of revenue generation for oppositional news outlets – Clare Cook. ‘Charitable journalism’: Oxymoron or opportunity? – Judith Townend Regulating ethics: A way forward for charitable journalism – Jonathan Heawood. Conflict of interest: Hybrid journalism’s central ethical challenge – Denis Muller. Reviews: Jim Macnamara on Public relations ethics and professionalism: The shadow of excellence, by Johanna Fawkes; Sue Joseph on Researching creative writing, by Jen Webb; Glenn Morrison on Journalism, ethics and regulation (fourth edition), by Chris Frost.
Subjects: Culture, Language & Literature
Law
Keywords: charitable journalism, not-for-profit media, media ethics, media regulation
Divisions: Institute of Advanced Legal Studies
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URI: http://sas-space.sas.ac.uk/id/eprint/6359
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