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The Diffusion of an Online Community Newspaper Among College Students
Unformatted Document Text:  Diffusion Online News 30 Associates. Stempel, G.H., Hargrove, T., & Bernt, J.P. (2000). Relation of growth of use of the Internet to changes in media use from 1995 to 1999. Journalism and Mass Communication Quarterly, 77 (1), 71-79. Sundar, S.S. (2000). Multimedia effects on processing and perception of online news: A study of picture, audio, and video downloads. Journalism and Mass Communication Quarterly, 77, 480-499. Sundar, S.S. (1998). Effect of source attribution on perception of online news stories. Journalism and Mass Communication Quarterly, 75 (1), 55- 68. Tewksbury, D., & Altaus, S. L. (2000). Differences in knowledge acquisition among readers of the paper and online versions of a national newspaper. Journalism and Mass Communication Quarterly, 77 (3), 457-479. Tremayne, M., Weiss, A., & Alves, R. (2007). From product to service: The diffusion of dynamic content in online newspapers. Journalism and Mass Communication Quarterly, 81 (2), 237-253. 24/7 Wall Street (2009). The 10 most endangered newspapers in America. www.time.com . Retrieved http://www.time.com/time/business/article/0,8599,1883785,00.html Notes

Authors: Hunt, Daniel., Atkin, David. and Kowal, Chris.
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Associates.
Stempel, G.H., Hargrove, T., & Bernt, J.P.  (2000).  Relation of growth of use of the 
Internet to changes in media use from 1995 to 1999.  Journalism and Mass 
Communication Quarterly, 77 (1), 71-79.
Sundar, S.S.  (2000).  Multimedia effects on processing and perception of online news: A 
study of picture, audio, and video downloads.  Journalism and Mass Communication  
Quarterly, 77, 480-499.
Sundar, S.S.  (1998).  Effect of source attribution on perception of online news stories.  
Journalism and Mass Communication Quarterly, 75 (1), 55- 68.
Tewksbury, D., & Altaus, S.  L.  (2000).  Differences in knowledge acquisition among 
readers of the paper and online versions of a national newspaper.  Journalism and Mass 
Communication Quarterly, 77 (3), 457-479.
Tremayne, M., Weiss, A., & Alves, R.  (2007).  From product to service: The diffusion of 
dynamic content in online newspapers.  Journalism and Mass Communication Quarterly, 
81 (2), 237-253.
24/7 Wall Street (2009).  The 10 most endangered newspapers in America.  
.  Retrieved 
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