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Factors Influencing Interactivity of Internet Newspapers
Unformatted Document Text:  Factors Influencing Interactivity of Internet Newspapers 24 REFERENCES Bagdikian, B. H. (1992). “ The media monopoly.” 4 th ed. Boston: Beacon Press. Balcytiene, A. (2001). “Journalism on the net: A few ideas while waiting for a virtual flow of news.” Baltic IT Review 4, 2000, Beam, R. (1993). “The Impact of Group ownership Variables on Organizational Professionalism at Daily Newspapers.” Journalism Quarterly 70 (winter 1993): 907-18 Beardi, C. (2001). “Newspapers work e-beat to home in on consumers.” Advertising age, v72, i18, April 2001 Blattberg, R. C., and Deighton, J. (1991). “Interactive Marketing: Exploring the Age of Addressability.” Sloan Management Review 33, 1(1991): 5-14 Bogart, L. (1994). “Highway to the stars or road to nowhere?” Media Studies Journal 8 (Winter 1994): 1-15 Bogart, L. (2000). “The death of print”, Editor & Publisher, New York, v133, i48, p38, November 27, 2000 Calamai, P. (1995). “Another link with readers.” Nieman Reports, Cambridge, Spring 1995; v49, i1, p39 Caves, R. (1982). “American industry: structure, conduct, performance”. 5 th ed. (Englewood Cliffs, NJ: prentice-Hall, 1982). Chan-Olmsted, M. and Park, J. (2000). “From on-air to online world: examining the content and structures of broadcasting TV stations’ Web sites.” Journalism and Mass Communication Quarterly (Summer 2000), v77, i2, p321-339 Conhaim, W. (1992). “Magazines Online.” Information Today, Nov 1992, v9, i10 Coyle, J. R., and Thorson, E. (2001). “The effects of progressive levels of interactive and vividness in Web marketing sites.” Journal of Advertising, Fall. Demers, D. (1993). “Effect of Corporate Structure on Autonomy of Top Editors.” Journalism Quarterly 70 (autumn 1993): 499-508 Dibean, W. and Garrison, G. (2001) “How Six online newspapers use Web technologies.” Newspaper Research Journal 22 (Spring 2001): 79 Dysart, J. (1999). “Interactivity systems become key tools for attracting and keeping Web site visitors”. Stores 81: 106-109 Fattah, H. (2001). “The cyber newscast.” American Demographics, v23, i2, p14-15 Foo Yeuh Peng; Naphtali Irene Tham; Hao Xiaoming (1999). “Trends in online newspapers: A look at the US Web.” Newspaper Research Journal (spring 1999) v20 i2 p52 Fradgley, K. E. and Niebauer, W. E. (1995). “London's "quality" newspapers: newspaper ownership and reporting patterns.” Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly, Winter 1995 v72 n4 p902 (11) Garneau, G. (1996). “Selling family jewels.” Editor & Publisher, April 27, 1996, v129, n17, p20 (3) Ha, L. and James, E. (1998). “Interactivity reexamined: A baseline of early business Web sites.” Journal of Broadcasting & Electronic Media (Fall 1998) v42 i4 p457 (1)

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Factors Influencing Interactivity of Internet Newspapers
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REFERENCES
Bagdikian, B. H. (1992). “ The media monopoly.” 4
th
ed. Boston: Beacon Press.
Balcytiene, A. (2001). “Journalism on the net: A few ideas while waiting for a virtual flow of news.” Baltic
IT Review 4, 2000,
Beam, R. (1993). “The Impact of Group ownership Variables on Organizational Professionalism at Daily
Newspapers.” Journalism Quarterly 70 (winter 1993): 907-18
Beardi, C. (2001). “Newspapers work e-beat to home in on consumers.” Advertising age, v72, i18, April
2001
Blattberg, R. C., and Deighton, J. (1991). “Interactive Marketing: Exploring the Age of Addressability.”
Sloan Management Review 33, 1(1991): 5-14
Bogart, L. (1994). “Highway to the stars or road to nowhere?” Media Studies Journal 8 (Winter 1994): 1-15
Bogart, L. (2000). “The death of print”, Editor & Publisher, New York, v133, i48, p38, November 27, 2000
Calamai, P. (1995). “Another link with readers.” Nieman Reports, Cambridge, Spring 1995; v49, i1, p39
Caves, R. (1982). “American industry: structure, conduct, performance”. 5
th
ed. (Englewood Cliffs, NJ:
prentice-Hall, 1982).
Chan-Olmsted, M. and Park, J. (2000). “From on-air to online world: examining the content and structures
of broadcasting TV stations’ Web sites.” Journalism and Mass Communication Quarterly (Summer 2000),
v77, i2, p321-339
Conhaim, W. (1992). “Magazines Online.” Information Today, Nov 1992, v9, i10
Coyle, J. R., and Thorson, E. (2001). “The effects of progressive levels of interactive and vividness in Web
marketing sites.” Journal of Advertising, Fall.
Demers, D. (1993). “Effect of Corporate Structure on Autonomy of Top Editors.” Journalism Quarterly 70
(autumn 1993): 499-508
Dibean, W. and Garrison, G. (2001) “How Six online newspapers use Web technologies.” Newspaper
Research Journal 22 (Spring 2001): 79
Dysart, J. (1999). “Interactivity systems become key tools for attracting and keeping Web site visitors”.
Stores 81: 106-109
Fattah, H. (2001). “The cyber newscast.” American Demographics, v23, i2, p14-15
Foo Yeuh Peng; Naphtali Irene Tham; Hao Xiaoming (1999). “Trends in online newspapers: A look at the
US Web.” Newspaper Research Journal (spring 1999) v20 i2 p52
Fradgley, K. E. and Niebauer, W. E. (1995). “London's "quality" newspapers: newspaper ownership and
reporting patterns.” Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly, Winter 1995 v72 n4 p902 (11)
Garneau, G. (1996). “Selling family jewels.” Editor & Publisher, April 27, 1996, v129, n17, p20 (3)
Ha, L. and James, E. (1998). “Interactivity reexamined: A baseline of early business Web sites.” Journal of
Broadcasting & Electronic Media (Fall 1998) v42 i4 p457 (1)


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