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Future of journalism: study explains why some new stories get more clicks from social media than others

By Juliana Sutanto, Professor of Information Systems, Lancaster University
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Few industries have suffered more disruption from the internet than the news media. Over two decades or more, journalism has been hit by a “perfect storm” due to the loss of geographical monopolies that national and regional news organisations once enjoyed as well as the emergence of amateur content producers such as bloggers.

Perhaps what is the most disruptive element of this assault on news organisations is the “unbundling”…

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