Lin et al. explore audience members’ motives and uses of online news and offline newspapers, and facilitate our understanding of the cognitive and affective responses to offline and online news consumption behavior. Wei states that new digital and interactive media, which encourage individuals’ production and sharing of their own information, break the bureaucratic monopoly of knowledge. Dibean and Garrison point out that the rapidly evolving state of online newspapers can be characterized by considerable experimentation with content, technologies, and distribution. (pp. 134–139)

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