Digital News Agendas in Scandinavia
The project analyses the hyperlinked news network in Scandinavia, including all editorial resources in an investigation into the structural affordances into the digital news agenda. The project maps the entire Scandinavian online news network, discovering 1) how the local, regional, national and international news agendas are connected; 2) who is at the centre, edges and in the shadows of the hyperlinked network; and 3) what kind of news is published online and on social media. This will help uncover the structural, organisational and technological factors behind online and social media news agendas – revealing what infrastructures are necessary for journalism to connect with people in the digital age.
Aske Kammer, Assistant Professor, IT University of Copenhagen
Michael Karlsson, Professor, Karlstad University
Wouter van Atteveldt, Associate Professor, VU University Amsterdam
*The project is funded by Anne-Marie och Gustav Anders stiftelse för mediaforskning.
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