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Compulsive checking trumps content creation on Facebook: study

Compulsive checking trumps content creation on Facebook: study | 'New Communication' | Scoop.it
The democratising potential of social media have long been heralded.
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The trend back toward the 'expert' via validation has important (positive)  ramifications for journalism and corporate communication.

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Communication, Politics & Culture - Vol.46 - Given Radywyl - RMIT University

Communication, Politics & Culture - Vol.46 - Given Radywyl - RMIT University | 'New Communication' | Scoop.it
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Exploring the Challenges and Opportunities in the New Communication Climate

Exploring the Challenges and Opportunities in the New Communication Climate | 'New Communication' | Scoop.it
An exploration of the challenges and benefits that come as environmental communication moves to social networks and the Web.
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Journalism meets business, digital media, and the classroom...

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Sharing fast and slow: The psychological connection between how we think and how we spread news on social media

Sharing fast and slow: The psychological connection between how we think and how we spread news on social media | 'New Communication' | Scoop.it
What drives sharing? It's a mix of attention, emotion, and reaction. Here's hard data on which news stories took off and which didn't on social.
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While journalism-oriented in its research, there are wider implications here for audience engagement generally.

 

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Why tablet magazines are a failure

Why tablet magazines are a failure | 'New Communication' | Scoop.it
Dedicated magazine apps for tablets may look good, but I fear they’re headed straight to oblivion.
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Considers the difference in 'experience'; that is, how readers 'use' media, something that is continually forgotten as potential proprietors reinvent wheels...

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