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Factors Influencing Interactivity of Internet Newspapers
Unformatted Document Text:  Factors Influencing Interactivity of Internet Newspapers 25 Heeter, C. (1989). “Implications of new interactive technologies for conceptualizing communications.” In Media Use in the Information Age: Emerging patterns of Adoption and Consumer Use. Ed. J. Salvaggio and J. Bryant (Hillsdale, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum, 1989), 217-35 Higgins, S. (1994). “Interactive newspapers: a milepost on the road to electronic publishing.” Newspaper Financial Executive Journal, v48, i1, p10 Holliday, H. (2001). “Papers, TV station extend war to Web.” Advertising age, v72, i18, April 2001 Klein, L. (2000). “The Joys of Interactivity.” Library Journal, Jan 2000 v125 i1 pS20 Lacy, S. et al (1996). “The Effects of Public Ownership and Newspaper Competition on The Financial Performance of Newspaper Corporations: a Replication and Extension.” Journalism and Mass Communication Quarterly 73 (summer 1996): 332-341. Lasica, J. D. (1996). “Net gains.” American Journalism Review, November 1996. Lemert, J. (1984). “News context and the elimination of mobilizing information: an experiment.” Journalism Quarterly 61: 243-259. Lieb, T. (1998). “Inactivity on Interactivity.” Journal of Electronic Publishing (online series) 3, March 1998. http://www.press.umich.edu/jep/03-03/lieb0303.html Lin, C. A. and Jeffres, L. W. (2001). “Comparing distinctions and similarities across Web sites of newspapers, radio stations, and television stations.” Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly (Autumn 2001), v78 i3 p555(19) Massey, B. and Levy, M. (1999). “Interactivity, online journalism, and English-language Web newspapers in Asia.” Journalism and Mass Communication Quarterly 76 (Spring 1999): 138 -151. McMillan, S. (1998). “Who Pays for Content? Funding in Interactive Media.” Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication 4 (1) September 1998. http://jcmc.huji.ac.il /vol4/issue1/ mcmillan.html . Millison, D. (1999). “Online Journalism FAQ.” http://www.online-journalist.com/faq.html Morris, M. and Ogan, C. (1996). “The Internet as mass medium.” Journal of Communication, 46, (1), 39-50 Neuman, R. et al. (1994). “A democratization of news and the future of democracy.” Nieman Reports, v48, i3, p33, Summer 1994. Outing, S. (1998, b). “What exactly is interactivity?” Editor & Publisher, New York, v131, i52, p7, December 26, 1998 Pack, T. (2001). “All the news that’s fit to digitally print.” Link-up 18: 16 Pavlik, J. V. (1996). “New media technology: Cultural and commercial perspectives.” Boston, MA: Allyn & Bacon. Peng, F., Tham, N. and Hao, X. (1999). “Trends in online newspapers: A look at the U.S. Web.” Newspaper Research Journal, Spring 1999, v20, i2, p52. Picard, R. G. (1998). “The exonomics of the daily newspaper industry.” In Alexander, A., Owers, J. and Carveth, R. (Eds, 2 nd edition, pp. 111-129). “Media economics: theory and practice.” Mahwah, New Jersey: Lawrence Erlbaum Association, Inc. Quinlan, J. (1994). “Confessions of a fallen newspaperman.” media studies journal 8 (winter 1994): 65-71

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Factors Influencing Interactivity of Internet Newspapers
25
Heeter, C. (1989). “Implications of new interactive technologies for conceptualizing communications.” In
Media Use in the Information Age: Emerging patterns of Adoption and Consumer Use. Ed. J. Salvaggio
and J. Bryant (Hillsdale, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum, 1989), 217-35
Higgins, S. (1994). “Interactive newspapers: a milepost on the road to electronic publishing.” Newspaper
Financial Executive Journal, v48, i1, p10
Holliday, H. (2001). “Papers, TV station extend war to Web.” Advertising age, v72, i18, April 2001
Klein, L. (2000). “The Joys of Interactivity.” Library Journal, Jan 2000 v125 i1 pS20
Lacy, S. et al (1996). “The Effects of Public Ownership and Newspaper Competition on The Financial
Performance of Newspaper Corporations: a Replication and Extension.” Journalism and Mass
Communication Quarterly 73 (summer 1996): 332-341.
Lasica, J. D. (1996). “Net gains.” American Journalism Review, November 1996.
Lemert, J. (1984). “News context and the elimination of mobilizing information: an experiment.”
Journalism Quarterly 61: 243-259.
Lieb, T. (1998). “Inactivity on Interactivity.” Journal of Electronic Publishing (online series) 3, March
1998. http://www.press.umich.edu/jep/03-03/lieb0303.html
Lin, C. A. and Jeffres, L. W. (2001).Comparing distinctions and similarities across Web sites of
newspapers, radio stations, and television stations.Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly
(Autumn 2001), v78 i3 p555(19)
Massey, B. and Levy, M. (1999). “Interactivity, online journalism, and English-language Web newspapers
in Asia.” Journalism and Mass Communication Quarterly 76 (Spring 1999): 138 -151.
McMillan, S. (1998). “Who Pays for Content? Funding in Interactive Media.” Journal of Computer-
Mediated Communication 4 (1) September 1998. http://jcmc.huji.ac.il /vol4/issue1/ mcmillan.html .
Millison, D. (1999). “Online Journalism FAQ.” http://www.online-journalist.com/faq.html
Morris, M. and Ogan, C. (1996). “The Internet as mass medium.” Journal of Communication, 46, (1), 39-50
Neuman, R. et al. (1994). “A democratization of news and the future of democracy.” Nieman Reports, v48,
i3, p33, Summer 1994.
Outing, S. (1998, b). “What exactly is interactivity?” Editor & Publisher, New York, v131, i52, p7,
December 26, 1998
Pack, T. (2001). “All the news that’s fit to digitally print.” Link-up 18: 16
Pavlik, J. V. (1996). “New media technology: Cultural and commercial perspectives.” Boston, MA: Allyn
& Bacon.
Peng, F., Tham, N. and Hao, X. (1999). “Trends in online newspapers: A look at the U.S. Web.”
Newspaper Research Journal, Spring 1999, v20, i2, p52.
Picard, R. G. (1998). “The exonomics of the daily newspaper industry.” In Alexander, A., Owers, J. and
Carveth, R. (Eds, 2
nd
edition, pp. 111-129). “Media economics: theory and practice.” Mahwah, New
Jersey: Lawrence Erlbaum Association, Inc.
Quinlan, J. (1994). “Confessions of a fallen newspaperman.” media studies journal 8 (winter 1994): 65-71


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