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02/24/2017

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The third issue of Community Journalism is live, with articles by Susan Currie Sivek, Doug Hindman & Michael Beam, Jerem...
08/07/2014
Volume 3, Issue 1 | Community Journalism

The third issue of Community Journalism is live, with articles by Susan Currie Sivek, Doug Hindman & Michael Beam, Jeremy Littau, and Sam Mwangi/Steve Smethers/Bonnie Bressers. Check it out here!

The urban information environment in which city magazines operate is changing dramatically, with the decline of local newspapers and the growth of user-generated local content. City magazine editors are re-envisioning their purpose as local information providers. This study provides a qualitative an…

04/22/2013
GUEST COLUMN: Community newspapers: A vital cog in democracy - Buried somewhere in my parents’ hou

Important words on the value of community newspapers by Charles Davis, the incoming dean at the University of Georgia's Grady College.

Buried somewhere in my parents’ house in Watkinsville is a stack of aged newspapers — copies of the Athens Banner-Herald, The Oconee Enterprise and the dearly departed Athens Observer. You see, in my family, community newspapers have always been the chroniclers of family lore, of scholastic achiev...

We've always been believers in open access. Other journals are headed that way, too.
03/26/2013
Journal editors take note – you have the power

We've always been believers in open access. Other journals are headed that way, too.

Some interesting news has come across my desk today, both as an open access advocate and someone who is based in a library. The editorial board from the Journal of Library Administration has resign...

Volume 1, Issue 1 of Community Journalism has launched! We have a brilliant Foreword by John Hatcher & Bill Reader, as w...
08/08/2012
The CJ Blog | Community Journalism

Volume 1, Issue 1 of Community Journalism has launched! We have a brilliant Foreword by John Hatcher & Bill Reader, as well as three peer-reviewed research articles. Check it out and let us know what you think.

http://journal.community-journalism.net/

Community Journalism, a peer-reviewed online journal focusing on the present and future of journalism in smaller newsrooms and communities, is now accepting manuscript submissions for our inaugural issue.

Tumblr for those proud of being a journalist. Bring your hankies.
11/11/2011
We Are Journalists

Tumblr for those proud of being a journalist. Bring your hankies.

We are journalists. We are proud of what we do. We are tired of bad press about the press. We are trying to be "team players." We are terrified of more layoffs and paycuts. We would like to produce...

As we say in the business, you're nobody until you've been mocked on the Internet. The Onion has let community newspaper...
09/29/2011
What This Town Needs Is A Really Sh*tty Community Newspaper

As we say in the business, you're nobody until you've been mocked on the Internet. The Onion has let community newspapers have it, and let's face it, if this is what we're doing, we're doing it wrong.

Here in Park Hills, we get The Duluth News-Tribune, just like people do all over the greater Duluth area. But while that major daily does a perfectly adequate job keeping the people of Park Hills in touch with the goings-on of the city at large, it doesn't speak directly to our own local community.

Community Journalism is still open for manuscripts for our inaugural issue. Our paper call for the first issue included ...
09/27/2011
The CJ Blog | Community Journalism

Community Journalism is still open for manuscripts for our inaugural issue. Our paper call for the first issue included an Oct. 1 deadline, and we've received several submissions already. Scholars, if you have an article you'd like us to consider, please send it our way to [email protected]

Community Journalism, a peer-reviewed online journal focusing on the present and future of journalism in smaller newsrooms and communities, is now accepting manuscript submissions for our inaugural issue.

08/16/2011

Community Journalism focuses on journalism in a broad definition of community, including local (or hyperlocal), regional, interest-based, virtual, and others. The journal is open to all research methodologies and theoretical approaches. Ideal articles will attempt to bridge the gap between theory and practice as community journalists and publishers adapt to technological advances and economic concerns.

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