ABSTRACT. Barnhurst states that the instantaneous distribution of newspaper stories on-line renews the possibility for newspapers to return to the doctrine of the scoop. Gilboa remarks that images of what is happening in the world are given greater significance than what really happens. Reynolds and Barnett explore how breaking news might directly influence content.


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