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News Innovation and the Negotiation of Participation
Unformatted Document Text:  News Innovation and the Negotiation of Participation 1 News Innovation and the Negotiation of Participation: A Study of the Knight News Challenge Paper presented to the Civic & Citizen Journalism Interest Group at the annual convention of the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication, St. Louis, MO, August 2011 Winner of Top Faculty Paper honors for the Civic & Citizen Journalism Interest Group Seth C. Lewis, Ph.D. Assistant Professor School of Journalism and Mass Communication University of Minnesota–Twin Cities 111 Murphy Hall 206 Church Street SE Minneapolis, MN 55455 ## email not listed ## Seth C. Lewis is an assistant professor in the School of Journalism and Mass Communication at the University of Minnesota–Twin Cities. At the intersection of news, technology, and innovation, and drawing on the sociological study of media and professions, Dr. Lewis examines how the professional boundaries of journalism are changing in the digital environment. His research has been published in a number of academic journals, including Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly, Journalism, Journalism Studies, Journalism Practice, Journal of Media Business Studies, and the International Journal of Internet Science. He co-edited the book “The Future of News: An Agenda of Perspectives,” and he is affiliated with the Nieman Journalism Lab at Harvard University. Dr. Lewis’ current projects include a study of the growing connection between journalism and computer programming. Previously, he worked as an editor at The Miami Herald and was a Fulbright Scholar to Spain. He holds a BA from Brigham Young University, an MBA from Barry University, and a PhD from the School of Journalism at the University of Texas at Austin. NOTE: Before citing this paper, please contact the author for the latest version: ## email not listed ## .

Authors: Lewis, Seth.
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News Innovation and the Negotiation of Participation 1 
 
 
News Innovation and the Negotiation of Participation: 
A Study of the Knight News Challenge 
 
 
Paper presented to the Civic & Citizen Journalism Interest Group at the annual 
convention of the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication, St. 
Louis, MO, August 2011 
 
Winner of Top Faculty Paper honors for the Civic & Citizen Journalism Interest Group 
 
 
Seth C. Lewis, Ph.D. 
Assistant Professor 
School of Journalism and Mass Communication 
University of Minnesota–Twin Cities 
111 Murphy Hall 
206 Church Street SE 
Minneapolis, MN 55455 
## email not listed ##
 
 
Seth C. Lewis is an assistant professor in the School of Journalism and Mass 
Communication at the University of Minnesota–Twin Cities. At the intersection of news, 
technology, and innovation, and drawing on the sociological study of media and 
professions, Dr. Lewis examines how the professional boundaries of journalism are 
changing in the digital environment. His research has been published in a number of 
academic journals, including Journalism & Mass Communication QuarterlyJournalism
Journalism StudiesJournalism PracticeJournal of Media Business Studies, and the 
International Journal of Internet Science. He co-edited the book “The Future of News: 
An Agenda of Perspectives,” and he is affiliated with the Nieman Journalism Lab at 
Harvard University. Dr. Lewis’ current projects include a study of the growing 
connection between journalism and computer programming. Previously, he worked as an 
editor at The Miami Herald and was a Fulbright Scholar to Spain. He holds a BA from 
Brigham Young University, an MBA from Barry University, and a PhD from the School 
of Journalism at the University of Texas at Austin. 
 
NOTE: Before citing this paper, please contact the author for the latest version: 
## email not listed ##
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