Date of this Version
Published in Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly 89:2 (May 2012), pp. 346–347; doi: 10.1177/1077699012442831
Digital technology has changed journalism dramatically. Through a collection of research studies, essays, case studies, and interviews, Public Journalism 2.0 takes a detailed look at evolving public journalism and where audience-generated stories fit into that evolution. The editors divide the book into three sections: the history of civic and citizen journalism, current practices, and future possibilities. They conclude with their views of where professionals fit in to a citizen-engaged press.