International Journalism

International journalism refers to the production of news media around the world and reporting about foreign countries. Frequently it denotes coverage by Western correspondents of countries other than their own. This is of special concern because news travels unevenly across borders. This flow of news is dominated by large corporations and news agencies based in the United States and Europe, even as the Internet offers new opportunities for sharing and disseminating information and global power dynamics have shifted. This entry discusses the evolution of international journalism that has occurred alongside the professionalization of journalism beginning in the 19th century and the changes to the news industry brought on by the introduction of the World Wide Web in the late 20th century. It also looks ...

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