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  • After morning TV newswork I finished a column, then shot out here:

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  • Furthermore, while advertising provides substantial revenue for the NYT, if advertising were sufficient to cover all production costs, the NYT wouldn't be seeking revenue from their readers. the reason they are losing relevance is because they chose to give up relevance in doing their newswork.

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  • SANGONeT ggeoapos An actor-network perspective on changing work practices: Communication technologies as actants in newswork -- Plesner 10 (5): 604 --

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  • Conceptualizing journalism as an ideology (rather than, for example, other options offered in the literature such as a profession, an industry, a literary genre, a culture or a complex social system) primarily means understanding journalism in terms of how journalists give meaning to their newswork.

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  • Some early consequences for newswork have been documented.

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  • Engaging people with ethnicities, religious beliefs or nationalities assumed to be different than one's own challenges the age-old ways of doing things in many newsrooms where only peers tend to be seen as legitimate sparring partners for creating credible newswork.

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  • Furthermore, newswork in particularly English, Spanish, and German-speaking countries gets increasingly outsourced: to subcontracted temporary workers or even offshored to other countries, where the

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