ABSTRACT. Dahlgren observes that information sharing going on in cyberspace tends to by-pass the classical role of journalism. Kovach and Rosenstiel argue that the primary purpose of journalism is to provide citizens with the information they need to be free and self-governing. Huesca asserts that the tasks of reporting and writing shift form content delivery to information development and design. Domingo holds that the buzzword in the 1990s was interactivity, and that now it is participatory journalism.


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