Over the last decade, journalism has undergone radical changes: new languages, actors and methods have risen especially due to the digital transformation, revolutionising this field in unpredictable ways.
The book “New Journalism(s) in Theory and Practices Learning from Digital Transformations” collects the most relevant scientific outputs of the Erasmus+ Capacity Building in Higher Education Post-Crisis Journalism in Post-Crisis Libya: A Bottom-up Approach to the Development of a Cross-Media Journalism Master Program (PAgES), co-funded by the European Union in the Erasmus+ Capacity Building in Higher Education programme.
The book is divided into two parts: the first section focuses on the theoretical and epistemological challenges of contemporary journalism, while the second part deals with the experiences of journalism(s), evoking tools, technical skills, and practices that are required within the media industry.
Addressing topics concerning artificial intelligence, the role of algorithms, citizen journalism, the impact of Covid-19 and its challenges, social media dissemination, and many more, it gives a comprehensive and plural overview of what journalism is, or can be, today.
The book is openly available at the following website: https://www.editricesapienza.it/book/8632
PAgES “Post-Crisis Journalism in Post-Crisis Libya” an international cooperation project co-funded by the Erasmus+ Capacity Building in Higher Education program of the European Union during the period 15 January 2019 – 14 January 2022, involving five partners from Europe (IULM, UNIMED, Sapienza University, University of Aveiro, University of Granada) and four from Libya (University of Tripoli, University of Zawia, University of Misurata, University of Sirte).